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Old 05-05-2003, 08:51 PM   #1
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Default TRF414mII Blukheads, One-Ways And SSG Carbon Fiber BS????

hey i was just wondering if any of you got these things

the bulkheads look really good. but do they make a noticable diffrence??????

how about the one-ways?????

the carbon fiber looks better but does it really make it handel batter then it does

Link to all this improvments or BS
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what happend to all the guyz at the trf414mii forum

have you all abandoned the car and got one of those evo's


boooooooo............
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The oneway is the only really noticeable one. Gives more on-power steering and more off power too, and also makes the car carry lots of corner speed. Not sure if hte SSG handles any better, probably just looks cool.
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how bout the bulkheads
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what versus the 414m2 bulkheads? what are you comparing?
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the original ones and changing them all into the new lighter ones
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Car weighs less, if they're stronger then the car will be more consistent.
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the old ones are stronger they dont have the holes
but the new ones are lighter its only 3oz thats like nothing
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They probably don't lose much strength, so i'd go w/ them. Lighter and better looking
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ok

is it out already????
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if so how much???
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one last thing

whats the part number
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I got all the hop-up parts for my 414mII. The SSG are flexible and I heard that is made with strong spider web. The car look much brighter. After install the lightweight bulkheads, one thing you will notice. That is emptier and little lighter. I also bought the new lightweight blue front one way diff. pulley. I haven't received yet. I also add another belt tensioner on upper deck. I haven't drive my car yet because I still waiting for the parts. I will go to race track this weekend.
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can you show me parts of the belt tensioner

what does the belt tensioner do????????
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can you give me the part number for the new one way????
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