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Old 03-01-2005, 06:49 PM   #12661
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anybody know where I can find the ball stud king pins like the SDW had for the front camber links?
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Old 03-01-2005, 07:03 PM   #12662
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anybody know where I can find the ball stud king pins like the SDW had for the front camber links?
oooooh, ZC-206SA ALUM. BALL STUD HARD COATED W/ STOPPER, not that one, the KING PIN (BALL TYPE) ZS-007F,you might want to check with Steve at Speedtech about that one.
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Old 03-01-2005, 09:04 PM   #12663
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How much of a difference do people use when changing between different classes. Im only talking about Spur sizes.
Do you find that a 75 tooth works better for 19T but a 68 better for stck?(AS AN Example)

Ive been messing around with different sized spurs for Stock and 19T racing, but i cant find much of a difference!
What does every one else do?

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I forgot to add, I regularly use med to large tracks, med traction(ie not car park grip) and use stock gearing about 5.80 in a Yoke CGM.
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The main changes most people make with thier spur is to go to 64pitch, often when using foams on carpet..

It allows a much finer ratio adjustment over 48pitch. I think you wont notice too much difference with different spur sizes so long as the ratio is the same.

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Old 03-01-2005, 10:36 PM   #12666
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I did notice your pic!!
Nice effort!

I have noticed a bit of diference,. Ran the car with 5.86 with a 68 tooth, and then went to a 75 tooth, with the gearing as close as i could get enf there was heaps of difference. in performance, motor temp, and rutime!!

Thats why im curious!
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Serious!? I didnt think there would be much difference really..
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Old 03-02-2005, 01:10 AM   #12668
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Hi Guys,

the new Team Suzuki Light Weight 0.5 degree rear hub carriers are in stock

Also, some of you were looking for the SD Worlds sway bar set, and they are available now as well.

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Serious!? I didnt think there would be much difference really..
There should not be.

could be that the 75spur was of better quality/shape, or that the mesh was better adjusted.

Besides that, gear ratio is gear ration (no matter what productD says).

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I don;t know if anyone else is excited but I am. About the conversion kit for the SD.
It will brign the SD upto almost SDW standards and should be out first part of April. I look forward to it.....
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Does anybody know what size screw is needed to attach the Ring Gear to the Spool or Oneway.
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Serious!? I didnt think there would be much difference really..
I think the larger the spur, the smoother the car feels. A smaller spur would give a more aggressive feel.
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Does anybody know what size screw is needed to attach the Ring Gear to the Spool or Oneway.
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I believe its a 1mm, 0.5 pitch metric screw with a phillips head. If you can find the one maintenance kit for the oneway it would have those screws. Hope this helps.
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Thanks, do you know if they come with the one way ring gear and shaft gear set?
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Thanks, do you know if they come with the one way ring gear and shaft gear set?
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Sorry, the gears are sold separately as a set. The one way maintenance kit has the screws, and the o-orings that are inside the drive cups.
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