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Old 08-22-2006, 08:32 PM   #15796
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hey, the part number is tnm2564w, i bought 2 pairs, each pair cost 39,00 usd
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Old 08-22-2006, 08:47 PM   #15797
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ok lol found some
which of these would be the better buy:
TNM2564S Steel C.V.D. Mi2/R12 - Mi2/R12 $29.99 or
TNM2564W TiR Worlds Edition CVD - Mi2 $39.99 ??
is the worlds edition titanium aluminium or steel?? if there titanium ill spend the extra cash but otherwise just go the steel??
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Old 08-22-2006, 08:50 PM   #15798
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id prefer on my old mi2 the tnm2564w (titanium)
they are really light and dont break
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Old 08-23-2006, 05:32 AM   #15799
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Not really...The hex pin is further out and will make the car wider
I thought the driveshafts were the same for the EC and the Mi2, TiR do a version that has a slightly longer dogbone to go on the front of the EC, I bought a pair of these for my EC.
They are alloy, I don't think TiR make any driveshafts out of titanium, they use a stronger aluminium alloy though.

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Old 08-23-2006, 06:36 AM   #15800
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I thought the driveshafts were the same for the EC and the Mi2, TiR do a version that has a slightly longer dogbone to go on the front of the EC, I bought a pair of these for my EC.
They are alloy, I don't think TiR make any driveshafts out of titanium, they use a stronger aluminium alloy though.

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The EC uses a slightly shorter dogbone and the hex pin is in a different spot on the axle. You can put the older Mi2 CVDs on the EC, but the axle will stick out pass the wheelnut an extreme amount. The other problem is the wheel needs to be reemed because the threads don't go far enough down on the axle because of the hex location.

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id prefer on my old mi2 the tnm2564w (titanium)
they are really light and dont break
Unfortunately they no longer make them; plus they had quality control problems with them.

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about how much will these driveshafts cost me??
are they more expensive than the steel drive shafts?? cheers
That's why I put the e-mail [email protected] He will give you the rundown on the sale prices and which ones would be best for your application
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Old 08-23-2006, 08:58 AM   #15801
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Just to confuse things i run the black steel Mi2 driveshafts on my EC, all you have to do is run old plastic hexs from the Mi2 ands you'll end up with the same width as the EC when using the white spacers.
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Old 08-23-2006, 11:36 AM   #15802
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Did you try the one way setup over the weekend? I'm thinking about trying it at superior next weekend. Not sure what will happen

yes he did..... FAST
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Just to confuse things i run the black steel Mi2 driveshafts on my EC, all you have to do is run old plastic hexs from the Mi2 ands you'll end up with the same width as the EC when using the white spacers.
Yes; they are a direct fit if using the Mi2 plastic hexes, but as you stated it makes the car wider. We never run the wheel spacers in the front; makes the car push
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yes he did..... FAST

Beautiful. Nice going B. Must have taken some pratice getting use to no brakes on our tight track.
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Beautiful. Nice going B. Must have taken some pratice getting use to no brakes on our tight track.
wasnt to bad but i added a couple of things i put 6 degree c-hubs w/ adjustable toe in blocks i ran 3 degree toe in
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w/ no sways
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where can i download a blank set up sheet
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wasnt to bad but i added a couple of things i put 6 degree c-hubs w/ adjustable toe in blocks i ran 3 degree toe in
Adjustable toe blocks? As in the plastic pivot blocks from the Mi2?
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where can i download a blank set up sheet
www.gearchart.com
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Adjustable toe blocks? As in the plastic pivot blocks from the Mi2?
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