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Old 08-28-2001, 07:41 AM   #136
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What sizes of turnbuckles do I need for the XXXS? I know I have seen this posted but I can find were.
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Old 08-28-2001, 08:25 AM   #137
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the cyrul shafts were .10 shorter, and the bodies were .08 shorter
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Old 08-28-2001, 09:18 AM   #138
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Just look in your manual. When they instruct you to assemble the tie-rods and camber links, they say something like, "find the 1 3/8" turnbuckle, and then....." Know whay I mean?
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Actually it is,

2 - 1 3/8"
4 - 1 1/8"

There you are.
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Shafts .100", bodies were .80" shorter. What are trying to acheive? Shorter bodies would get you more uptravel, not the shafts. Trying to take some load off the droop screws?
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Old 08-28-2001, 10:40 AM   #141
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whaz up friendly losi peeple
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Old 08-28-2001, 10:43 AM   #142
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I finally found where all you hide out at. 1 ? is there a heatsink in the works for my beloved xxx-s?
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Holyear - I was wondering the same thing accually. I think the Trinity Street Weapon one will work.
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thats cool! I'll tell my LHS to order one in.
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Let me know how it looks/works!
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SS,

Increasing the travel beyond the rideheight. And trying to get the piston out of the out of the air in the oil.
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oh yeah futureal that pepsi-pacman thing you got goin on is cool
where can I find things like that?
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TSR6: I'm right on it
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The heatsink fastens between the motor mount and the motor can.

Pretty simple

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Nice car.. So that is the Trinity StreetWeapon heatsink then?
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