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Old 09-13-2012, 02:53 PM   #7741
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Anyone using the tresrey top shaft and avid triad slipper for the b4 for this car yet? Is it even do able? Everyone at my track is using it on their b4s and loving it. I feel left out.
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Old 09-13-2012, 03:59 PM   #7742
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Anyone using the tresrey top shaft and avid triad slipper for the b4 for this car yet? Is it even do able? Everyone at my track is using it on their b4s and loving it. I feel left out.
Thought about it, dont think it'll fit behind the cover though..
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Thought about it, dont think it'll fit behind the cover though..
We are working on a package with a new Triad topshaft and gear cover setup...
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Old 09-13-2012, 04:34 PM   #7744
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We are working on a package with a new Triad topshaft and gear cover setup...

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What, you guys actually run gear covers?
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Old 09-13-2012, 05:17 PM   #7746
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What, you guys actually run gear covers?
Track rules.
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Old 09-13-2012, 05:25 PM   #7747
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Track rules.
werd, I don't run one, indoor carpet, just make sure not to hit the throttle if I need to be marshalled. Which is often.....
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Old 09-13-2012, 05:28 PM   #7748
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We are working on a package with a new Triad topshaft and gear cover setup...
Cool, you guys are aces..any eta on when the hexes are coming in?

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Track rules.
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I wont marshall a car if I knew they weren't running a cover..
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I wont marshall a car if I knew they weren't running a cover..
grab the chassis, it isn't rocket science.
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grab the chassis, it isn't rocket science.
I know how to marshall a car, but there are those who dont..and, you are right, its not rocket science, the cover is held on by two small screws, they go in clockwise, come out counterclockwise..
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I know how to marshall a car, but there are those who dont..and, you are right, its not rocket science, the cover is held on by two small screws, they go in clockwise, come out counterclockwise..
+ 1 correct!!!!!... how hard can it be...... this made me laugh.....
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On the set up sheet where they x the spot for the trailing or inline front axle there are boxes 0,1,2,3,4. Does 4 mean full trailing and 0 is axle all the way towards the front? Thanks
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On the set up sheet where they x the spot for the trailing or inline front axle there are boxes 0,1,2,3,4. Does 4 mean full trailing and 0 is axle all the way towards the front? Thanks
Reverse of that. It is telling you what front axle insert they are using.
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Reverse of that. It is telling you what front axle insert they are using.
Ok I just read the insert guide on durango. wow was I way off. Thanks for the help Atomic
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