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Old 12-16-2002, 07:33 PM   #46
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futureal: i must agree with SirSpeedy .... its still the same car so maybe we should just merge this with the existing XXXS topic. they're also talking about the GP there anyway ....
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Old 12-16-2002, 07:39 PM   #47
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kraig,

I am running the takeoff 27 handout tire for the novak race. the car is getting better but still needs allot of work I just need to start over with a new setup.

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Old 12-16-2002, 07:49 PM   #48
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Jesse....start with PL's setup from the carpet nats last year with High Roll Centers. This is really close to what Jucha and I are running. I ran the off set rear end in the main sunday and the car was better also Im running the 1deg rear toe blocks for 3deg total per side.
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Old 12-16-2002, 07:59 PM   #49
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OK - I have run the car with kit screws, stainless, and aluminum screws... on all different surfaces, rough driving, clean driving.... never broke an aluminum screw yet... the way the car is laid out - there's no oneplace on the car which will take a ton or stress... most screws are doubled up...

I would also have to agree that there doesn't need to be a second thread for a car... ITS THE SAME CAR!! different rear arms and hubs... nothing special guys!!

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Kevin, are you running mod or stock with the 1deg toe-in?
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Old 12-16-2002, 08:09 PM   #51
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Old 12-16-2002, 10:26 PM   #52
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Hey all

Havent got my kit yet am waitting for kits to get to NZ

But a question.

Do you use the tapping screw for every screw that goes in?

Eg i havent seen it so please bear with me is it a quite fine thread or course thread and do you use it for tapping fine screws if its a course tapping screw.

Thanks for ya help but am getting a bit confused when reading ya postes.

Thanks Ryan
Don't use the gold tapping screw on the small holes that hold the belt cover in place at the bottom. These are not 4-40 sized screws. They are smaller. You'll know when you build your kit.
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We'll let this thread go for a little longer, if it doesn't die off on its own, it can be assimilated into the larger one.

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We'll let this thread go for a little longer, if it doesn't die off on its own, it can be assimilated into the larger one.

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do u know how hard it is to browse through 156 pages looking for a single answer for ur question. well thats the point. most people wont waste their time and definately not ME. why not keep this thread alive and let the people decide eh?
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anyone using the included underdrive/overdrive pulley?
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do u know how hard it is to browse through 156 pages looking for a single answer for ur question. well thats the point. most people wont waste their time and definately not ME. why not keep this thread alive and let the people decide eh?
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Does anyone have the part # for the Sway bar kit? Thanks


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A4250 Front Sway Bar Set
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