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Old 02-06-2011, 05:18 PM   #301
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make sure you are not running a cached version some providers may even run through a proxy which also caches the site. i works for me
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Can you post the sites location as when I put in TOP USA it's still hacked..

did I get summut wrong here.............

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I did a lot of testing ,I must say , out of the box,the car is dialed , even with no hop up...
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I did a lot of testing ,I must say , out of the box,the car is dialed , even with no hop up...
and a loose center pivot.
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and a loose center pivot.
That was my bad..didn't tighten enough....


Ritchie I went to TZ 2 yesterday sunday for more set up and track time
The grip @ the TZ is high and the Rebel drove awesome..
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hey guys question forya what do u feel the benefit is from goin to 60wt oil 3 hole piston ton say 35 or 40 to 2 hole piston
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Old 02-08-2011, 01:53 AM   #307
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Have recieved my new Rebel last week , and did a small test this last sunday. I have switched from BMI , and damn the rebel is having super steering right out off the box , BUT the rebel will not use front tyres under 41mm if I have to have a rideheight of 3mm , any ideas to change this on the rebel , as we normal ride the front tyres down to 39,8-40mm

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remove lower suspension arm shim !
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remove lower suspension arm shim !
Im running without any at all
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Have recieved my new Rebel last week , and did a small test this last sunday. I have switched from BMI , and damn the rebel is having super steering right out off the box , BUT the rebel will not use front tyres under 41mm if I have to have a rideheight of 3mm , any ideas to change this on the rebel , as we normal ride the front tyres down to 39,8-40mm

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I'm running below 40mm front tires..but I have on the alum.Team Tamale steering block....

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I'm running below 40mm front tires..but I have on the alum.Team Tamale steering block....
Hum... What did Larry make? Is it a new part? Or a re-use of an existing steering block?

Can u take a picture?
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YES please , some pictures or a link to what kindyou are using.

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Hum... What did Larry make? Is it a new part? Or a re-use of an existing steering block?

Can u take a picture?
I'll take some pic tonite
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I'll take some pic tonite
I took the measurement again and I'm bearly under 40mm..more like 39.9mm
and tight 3mm ride height.... I will take pic soon as I can...

I could shave the material off the alum steering knuckle to increase the ride height.
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Hey Franko, have you blown anything up on yer rebel yet ?

Putting mine down at TimeZone tamara night...all excited I are !!

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