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Old 02-15-2006, 04:27 AM   #1
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Default Anyone know anything or used the titanium worlds CVDs?

I was considering purchasing the WORLDS TITANIUM CVDs. Has anyone ever used these or had any experience with them? They are quite expensive so i wanted to get some feedback. I run a xxxt mf2 with the 5.5 gtb and i keep breaking my dogbones almost every 3 runs. The dogbone literally snaps in half on the bottom of the shaft near where you screw it in to the yoke. So i need something stronger that wont break all the time.
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Old 02-15-2006, 01:00 PM   #2
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Use the bones, cvds will make you lose handling. Adjust your slipper so its not tightened down all the way. If your bones are giving way then theres a whole lot more that would be giving way if you bought cvds. Adjust your slipper by wedging cardboard between the spur and pinion gear. Then hold your car by the rear wheels. Turn them so it does a wheely. Your slipper should just be starting to slip as your car starts to wheely.
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