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Old 01-04-2009, 12:39 PM   #2911
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So, if I throw the new vertical rear uprights on my car, am I going to notice the change in handling? I'm just trying to figure out if they are worth spending the money on.
Yeah you will notice the difference it creates more rear grip on power without losing steering! so you can make your car more agressive without that he's going to throw with his ass like the old hubs do!

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Old 01-04-2009, 12:55 PM   #2912
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So if I am looking to lower my internal drive ratio for 10.5, I would need what parts? I do have two 36t diff pulleys, but are people running the optional center pulleys too? Do i need to get smaller belts to make up for the smaller diameter pulleys? and belts and bearing holder to shorten my rear wheelbase?
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Old 01-04-2009, 01:05 PM   #2913
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So if I am looking to lower my internal drive ratio for 10.5, I would need what parts? I do have two 36t diff pulleys, but are people running the optional center pulleys too? Do i need to get smaller belts to make up for the smaller diameter pulleys? and belts and bearing holder to shorten my rear wheelbase?
Everything is in the manual what you need for all those internal ratio's.

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Old 01-04-2009, 01:56 PM   #2914
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maybe not what parts, but what ratios are people running? what about belts? there aren't optionals listed, and you mentioned a serpent belt.
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Old 01-04-2009, 05:59 PM   #2915
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hey can anyone give me the part # to the new rear uprights
that Kenny L. posted photos of?
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hey can anyone give me the part # to the new rear uprights
that Kenny L. posted photos of?
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Old 01-04-2009, 06:20 PM   #2917
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that # is for R. UPRIGHT 2 HINGE PIN
when I put it in the corallyUSA
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Old 01-04-2009, 06:22 PM   #2918
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They replaced part with new one has same number
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I am confused about what effects raising and lowering the roll center blocks do for handeling. I get two different answers. I was told that raising the roll center blocks takes traction away and lowering them give you traction. But then I heard the opposite. Can someone clarify it for me please.
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The idea is that the 1mm lower drive shaft gives you more rear traction I beleave is the point Ollie is trying to make and HenBeav is saying that your able to change angles of ballstuds up or down to make or take away rear bite
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The idea is that the 1mm lower drive shaft gives you more rear traction I beleave is the point Ollie is trying to make and HenBeav is saying that your able to change angles of ballstuds up or down to make or take away rear bite
I am talking about he roll center blocks that your hingepins go through for your a-arms.

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I am confused about what effects raising and lowering the roll center blocks do for handeling. I get two different answers. I was told that raising the roll center blocks takes traction away and lowering them give you traction. But then I heard the opposite. Can someone clarify it for me please.
Thats not always the same effect on every track you need to test that!

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The idea is that the 1mm lower drive shaft gives you more rear traction I beleave is the point Ollie is trying to make and HenBeav is saying that your able to change angles of ballstuds up or down to make or take away rear bite
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Regarding the new diffs, do they use the thrust bearing assembly? or use the flanged bearing, cone washers, and metal nut that just comes in the new diff kit packages?
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Regarding the new diffs, do they use the thrust bearing assembly? or use the flanged bearing, cone washers, and metal nut that just comes in the new diff kit packages?
just the 4x11 flanged bearing 2 cone washers and metal nut.
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