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Old 04-01-2010, 08:19 PM
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Don't do it Keith I'll let you drive my Ve8 again if you promise not to drop $700. BTW, Gonna need lots of "breaks" outside on saturday with the weather so nice...

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I actually do have a friend in HK...

He is a former racer. he has a Murcielago.

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Old 04-01-2010, 08:21 PM
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Originally Posted by pullinteef
Don't do it Keith I'll let you drive my Ve8 again if you promise not to drop $700. BTW, Gonna need lots of "breaks" outside on saturday with the weather so nice...
pullinteef-- OMFG that name is classic.
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Dammit. I wanted to print off some pics of the 410 but it looks like Durango pulled the 25 pages of close-ups off their site. Gah.
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Old 04-01-2010, 08:33 PM
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Air8, you are sooo getting one are'nt you???
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um....yeah. Sooo getting one.
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You my man, are a Rock Star!!!
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I wonder if the R will be in stock at the same time as the non-R?
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I just picked upa nice roller

Can people post pics fo their electronics? Also anyone running reedy packs in this chasis?
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Originally Posted by Konich
I just picked upa nice roller

Can people post pics fo their electronics? Also anyone running reedy packs in this chasis?
Check this Durango thread:
Electric Install Pics
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Anyone know, with the rear uprights, what is the pair with L and R on them, are they more toe-in? There is 2 with nothing on them.
I cant find info in the instructions, very vague.
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Originally Posted by Dal
Anyone know, with the rear uprights, what is the pair with L and R on them, are they more toe-in? There is 2 with nothing on them.
I cant find info in the instructions, very vague.
Dal the marked ones are 1 degree and the blank ones are 0 degrees. If you do use the marked ones the L & R is looking from the front of the car.
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Originally Posted by Dal
Anyone know, with the rear uprights, what is the pair with L and R on them, are they more toe-in? There is 2 with nothing on them.
I cant find info in the instructions, very vague.
If you want more toe-in than stock, put R1 on the left, L1 on the right.
If you want less toe-in than stock, put R1 on the right, L1 on the left.
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Originally Posted by mharlow
Dal the marked ones are 1 degree and the blank ones are 0 degrees. If you do use the marked ones the L & R is looking from the front of the car.
WOW thanks for the replys guys, Im glad I asked, as I presumed the marked L and R would me more, but I put them on the wrong sides, so Ill have to swap them. Or should I stick with standard ones?
Would it be so hard for the manufacturers to have let us suckers know?
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Originally Posted by mharlow
Dal the marked ones are 1 degree and the blank ones are 0 degrees. If you do use the marked ones the L & R is looking from the front of the car.
thanks for the info, i just checked mine toe in 1* is l & r viewed from the front of the car. i had one hell of a time getting this car's rear to hook, now i know why. i dont even know if im going to switch them, i might have to change my whole setup i worked so hard on. guess it makes sense, damn Brits drive on the wrong side of the road! no offense guys, just messing around.
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Are they ever going to have these in stock ?
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