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Old 02-16-2007, 05:24 PM   #1891
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Swaybar part #'s

Front 1.2 302482
1.4 302484
1.6 302486


Rear 1.2 303482
1.4 303484
1.6 303486

Personaly I wouldnt use any Aluminum Screws, they strip out way to easy, ant the car is already light enough
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Old 02-16-2007, 05:26 PM   #1892
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thanks.....i wasnt looking for weight reduction, just a little bit of color
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Big b thanx . but i was looking for the turnbuckle that would link the 2 ball ends. that connects the swaybar to the a-arm
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Old 02-16-2007, 05:37 PM   #1894
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oh I see the composite holders are 303411, as for some color you can always have the aluminum on the car anodized, but if you want to use aluminum screws I am not sure where the best spots would be
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oh I see the composite holders are 303411, as for some color you can always have the aluminum on the car anodized, but if you want to use aluminum screws I am not sure where the best spots would be
i thought about the anodizing after seeing the pics of erics car, but to tell you the truth i was so excited to get the car on the track i couldnt wait the few extra days to get it done
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Old 02-16-2007, 05:43 PM   #1896
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I can understand that, I am still waiting to get mine, I planned to get it on the 1st but I had back surgury last month and the bills were a bit more than expected
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I can understand that, I am still waiting to get mine, I planned to get it on the 1st but I had back surgury last month and the bills were a bit more than expected
i can understand that totailly, i have three herniated discs. actuailly that is the exact thing that got me back into this hobby after 10 years.
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Old 02-16-2007, 07:13 PM   #1898
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So if I'm running my T2 on carpet now, I should then purchase the US conversion to replace what I'm running now? When I run outdoors on asphalt, I should go back to running my original T2. My thought is this, purchase the US conversion and also by the chassis and top plate for the EU version. This way I can run the EU set up when I'm outdoors.
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So if I'm running my T2 on carpet now, I should then purchase the US conversion to replace what I'm running now? When I run outdoors on asphalt, I should go back to running my original T2. My thought is this, purchase the US conversion and also by the chassis and top plate for the EU version. This way I can run the EU set up when I'm outdoors.
If you are running the T2 on carpet, you should get the US conversion kit. If your existing T2 is in good condition, you won't need to buy a whole new car just the conversion. The nice thing is that all the pieces transfer over perfectly and you won't need to do any modifications. It is by far faster than the original T2 on carpet. If you're running on low traction asphalt, you can keep running your T2. If you decide on getting the US conversion, then run that car on asphalt as well. No need for a new top deck, just remove the chassis posts and run yellows in the rear and blue-green springs up front. My US version is just as fast and handles just as well as my eu 2.5 007 verion. Now if you run on a high bite asphalt track, you may want to run the US version. My 3.5 is more stable than the 2.5 mil chassis on a high bite asphalt track like SoCal. Either way, the car is dialed on asphalt, US or EU edition.
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That's exactly what I wanted to hear. I think I'm going to go for the US conversion. Does anyone out there know where I can get one? The bad part about it all is that I'm going to change out the eye candy (bulkheads) that I had anodized blue. O-well, maybe I can post them and sell them.
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That's exactly what I wanted to hear. I think I'm going to go for the US conversion. Does anyone out there know where I can get one? The bad part about it all is that I'm going to change out the eye candy (bulkheads) that I had anodized blue. O-well, maybe I can post them and sell them.

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That's exactly what I wanted to hear. I think I'm going to go for the US conversion. Does anyone out there know where I can get one? The bad part about it all is that I'm going to change out the eye candy (bulkheads) that I had anodized blue. O-well, maybe I can post them and sell them.
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That's exactly what I wanted to hear. I think I'm going to go for the US conversion. Does anyone out there know where I can get one? The bad part about it all is that I'm going to change out the eye candy (bulkheads) that I had anodized blue. O-well, maybe I can post them and sell them.

the conversion kit is nice but you're better off selling the T2 and buying the 07 kit. the outdrives on the 07 are way better than the ones on the T2 and plus you will have a fresh new car. if you sell your T2 you should only have to come up with the same amount as you would for the conversion kit.
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thanks.....i wasnt looking for weight reduction, just a little bit of color
You can always just add color with these...
http://nexusracing.net/index.php?cPa...a7f0f9f05144b5
I got the red countersunk ones and some ti screws so the weight wouldn't be effected for the top deck, besides it helps keep tweak down....and with all the rails I hit I need the help.

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