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Old 01-20-2005, 05:53 AM   #16
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did alittle more wrenching. This vehicle is a joy to work on. I picked up the Kose motor mount and will be installing that for the race this weekend. Will be nice to not have a cam any more and should save alittle weight too.

I also put on the kit carriers, they are a bit thinner than the Buggy ones but also allow me to have full droop. Now I can actually use the droop screws.

I am in love with these shocks. So easy to assemble and they have what I believe is a bleeder hole. Very easy to assemble and fill as needed.

The suspension arms are stiffer than the SB buggy arms, they are not like some carbon arms out there but they feel great and look to be durable too.

Will report back this weekends race results, hopefully won't snow too bad.
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