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Old 04-06-2004, 06:40 AM   #10426
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Has anyone ever tried to install Alex Racing Part no. A6542 Shock Quick Screw? Is this useful?

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Old 04-06-2004, 07:07 AM   #10427
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thanks guys, and that other one that sent me PM>

i am now leaning towards the cuda as i know i can get parts fiarly easy
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Old 04-06-2004, 07:37 AM   #10428
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Has anyone ever tried to install Alex Racing Part no. A6542 Shock Quick Screw? Is this useful?

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Hi Mark,

You only have to loosen on bolt to move the shocks upper position + you get a flat tool that will you hold the offset 6.8mm balls in position when you set your rear toe

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Old 04-06-2004, 09:58 AM   #10429
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GTO2 the higher arm position make the CG lower not higher, now if you ajust the ride height same as the front and rear than the would changing the roll center to lower position

KJ if you add spacer in the front ball mount will give you more kick up and more streering coming out of the corner and slow into the turn... add Spacer in the back mount front arm will give you anti dive more steering into the turn but will not take the bumping very well.. PS don't add four spacers in the front the change the roll center
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Old 04-06-2004, 09:51 PM   #10430
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What size 48p spur gear do you guys recommend for the R3? Also, should I get a servo saver and if so, what one fits the nicest?
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Old 04-07-2004, 08:16 AM   #10431
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i would of thought there will be a servo saver built in.
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Old 04-07-2004, 08:19 AM   #10432
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i would of thought there will be a servo saver built in.
The R3 needs a servo saver. The R2 had one built in but that used a different steering setup.
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Old 04-07-2004, 08:23 AM   #10433
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GTO2 the higher arm position make the CG lower not higher, now if you ajust the ride height same as the front and rear than the would changing the roll center to lower position
mm, this is how i understand it, probably the rear will ended up with lesser drop range if the shocks can be lengthen .
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thanks guys, and that other one that sent me PM>

i am now leaning towards the cuda as i know i can get parts fiarly easy
raving-monkey,

Most of the time, we have a good supply of all the parts for the cuda in stock, so finding parts won't be a problem. I personally run this car as well, so it is even more essential I have parts to support the car

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Old 04-07-2004, 09:35 AM   #10435
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thanks for that steve.

you were the first place i looked at the pro4 and cuda.

just wondering, how long does it usually tke to get a kit/parts from the US to UK (and roughly how much for a kit )

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GTO2 You can't put CG and ARM together There isn't no such thing CG arm
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thanks for that steve.

you were the first place i looked at the pro4 and cuda.

just wondering, how long does it usually tke to get a kit/parts from the US to UK (and roughly how much for a kit )
Could go into prices etc as i've done it but i won't !! PM me if you really must know suffice to say it's cheap

usually takes about 4/5 days to get here regardless of what you order
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For the guys who remember... JDM Dave B...not sighted since Shergar and Lord Lucan last made an appearance (sorry guys Brit terms). Well, his sig has recently changed...... no cars anymore (yep it now fits on 1 page )and location "in jail" is Dave having a belated Apr 1st at our expense?????

Can anyone shed any light?????
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For the guys who remember... JDM Dave B...not sighted since Shergar and Lord Lucan last made an appearance (sorry guys Brit terms). Well, his sig has recently changed...... no cars anymore (yep it now fits on 1 page )and location "in jail" is Dave having a belated Apr 1st at our expense?????

Can anyone shed any light?????
what the heck is going on I wonder

maybe he's a lesser spotted jail bird
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what the heck is going on I wonder

maybe he's a lesser spotted jail bird
If he's in the Navy or affiliated, it's possible he's dead. Just a guess.
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