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Old 01-12-2012, 01:01 PM   #46
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Aluminum Steering Horn Set (MUGB0429)
Lengthened adjustable steering tie rod w/a 4mm square adjustment area (MUGE0838)
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Old 01-17-2012, 11:43 AM   #47
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I am building one of these for a friend,he bought the reedy motor and pipe combo is any one using this as the header seem to be about 4mm to long and it sticks out past the mud guards in the front
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Old 01-17-2012, 11:48 AM   #48
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the mugen is very tight in the sides, they actually make headers just for it for that reason The mugen one is a bit expensive but novrossi makes cheaper ones. I heard it might be possible to tweak a header abit too, but never tried it. saying that, the O.S pipes and headers fit just fine..well atleast my 2060 combo, i guess it just depends on the motor characteristics. my cousins' for instance have trouble with their alpha pipes and headers in their durangos.
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does any one have a set up where the ass end does not blow out ??
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does any one have a set up where the ass end does not blow out ??
Light diff oil. I run 3,000 with 400 mugen oil, mugen 8.5 springs half rebound or less. My rear end is planted. Run the camber links as short as possible with link on tower in middle -1 camber, and the shock holes are 3rd on top from tallest and outside hole on arms.
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