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Old 01-27-2004, 12:33 PM   #6256
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one word. Awesome! You know I've heard conflicting reports about the graphite arms and carriers being part of the CGM kit. I would think not considering the other versions don't include them. Anyone that can shed light on this subject?
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MO : I've broken one of these integrated balls for the sway bars, so I can't run it on the rear. Now my car was dialed with the bar on, but now I'm lacking initial turn in and having some on power oversteering.

How can I solve that ?

John : I run them dry, the delrin is self lubricated.
If the swaybar was helping the setup a lot, then just buy a new rear arm...
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Hi Guys,

I got some estimated price on the CGM kit and the CGM conversion. The CGM kit will be around $259.99 and the conversion kit will be less than $100 I believe. We should have them in stock next week, and pre-order will be setup today on our website

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Old 01-27-2004, 01:04 PM   #6259
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hehe, you know how much it is to call from UK ?

About the arm, yes it was helping a lot, I'll get some new ones in my order but I want to know how to solve it if it happens let say, during a race and I don't have spares... You never know...
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I'm at work...so I couldn't measure the 'cuda bones for you...but you may want to go to the 'Cuda R2 - R3 thread and ask there... you'll definately get a response...
That's great from you ! Still am I wondering why Steve did not answer, it's not the only question I asked him.
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Old 01-27-2004, 01:10 PM   #6261
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Hi Guys,

I got some estimated price on the CGM kit and the CGM conversion. The CGM kit will be around $259.99 and the conversion kit will be less than $100 I believe. We should have them in stock next week, and pre-order will be setup today on our website

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That's great from you ! Still am I wondering why Steve did not answer, it's not the only question I asked him.
Busy man...
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Old 01-27-2004, 02:27 PM   #6263
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Busy man...
I think the busy man has to be you. Not sure how you have time to build anything as I see you posting alot on these threads. You must have a computer that is voice activated so you can build and post at the same time.
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I think the busy man has to be you. Not sure how you have time to build anything as I see you posting alot on these threads. You must have a computer that is voice activated so you can build and post at the same time.
Actually I broke an axle pin on my SD 2 weekends ago and it still isn't fixed, lol.
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That's great from you ! Still am I wondering why Steve did not answer, it's not the only question I asked him.
Hi Cobra,

Sorry for the no answer, I get swamped with email, so sometimes I might have just missed it. The cuda dogbones are no longer than the SD ones after I matched them up.

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Thank you Steve,

I'll send you my order later this week I think, have to fill my paypal account before...
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Actually I broke an axle pin on my SD 2 weekends ago and it still isn't fixed, lol.
Send the car to me and I will fix it for you.
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Send the car to me and I will fix it for you.
I'll get it done by Sat... just been busy with other stuff...
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Well I was just offering you my repair services. That would free you up some.
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Default front bones...

All right, let's start it all over again... What's the best bones to run with a one-way (metal outdrives):

- Square Ti Bones: Expensive, wear out fast. big flat spot after, say, 50 packs...
- Tobee Aluminum bones: good stuff, if you're masami and never hit boards... else... SNAP !
-Stock steel bones: I put them on yesterday... 8 packs... big flat spot today. Less expensive than Ti, though.

So what the heck should we run? Cobra, are you looking into using R2's bones into the SD?




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