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Old 07-20-2004, 04:45 PM
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Originally posted by g4t2
Hey Ed, nice pics. Where did you get the blue strapping tape? i've been after some for a while now.
Xenon makes the nice blue tape

I belive that Speed TECH has some
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Old 07-20-2004, 04:48 PM
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Cool, cheers Dave!
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Old 07-20-2004, 04:56 PM
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Cool, cheers Dave!
BTW nice looking 415 you have there

did you get the belt tensioner..? Yet
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Old 07-20-2004, 05:04 PM
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Thanks, No I havent got the belt tensioner yet, do you? If so how do you find it? Also would you recommend the revised susp. package?
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Originally posted by g4t2
Thanks, No I havent got the belt tensioner yet, do you? If so how do you find it? Also would you recommend the revised susp. package?
nope don"t have it yet... ...waiting foor them and the lightweight out drives
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yeah the lightweight outdrives are on my shopping list too, but i'm not sure if i'll bother with the heatsink motor mount. I still need to get a Ti screw set, I always seem to forget to order it...lol

Are you prefering the evo 4 to the 415 then?
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Old 07-20-2004, 05:17 PM
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Originally posted by g4t2


Are you prefering the evo 4 to the 415 then?
It's kind of flavor of the week type of thing..and I have found that the 415 feels better on high bite tracks..but my lap times are very close with both cars either car is a good one
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Old 07-20-2004, 05:51 PM
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hey Gt4t2,

Yup i got it from SpeedTechrc. It comes in 50m rolls, of which i have two (both blue), so I shouldn't be needing to buy anymore for a while

PAT-22x is the part number

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Old 07-20-2004, 09:30 PM
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What is included in the reversible suspension kit? Is there a paper that came with it that lists all the bags contents? If so can u please post a pic of that? Thanks.
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Dave,
What is included in the reversible suspension kit? Is there a paper that came with it that lists all the bags contents? If so can u please post a pic of that? Thanks.
Sure does.. I'll post it a bit later tonight
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Originally posted by TryHard
hey Gt4t2,

Yup i got it from SpeedTechrc. It comes in 50m rolls, of which i have two (both blue), so I shouldn't be needing to buy anymore for a while

PAT-22x is the part number

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2 rolls is that so you can sell me one when you come to bedworth the ...please!

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i really want this new suspension, it looks interesting thats fo sure. Main problem is that im worried. Does everyone agree that its better then the original suspension? I dont want to regret the change .
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Originally posted by Evo_Uk
i really want this new suspension, it looks interesting thats fo sure. Main problem is that im worried. Does everyone agree that its better then the original suspension? I dont want to regret the change .
The only down side to the new sus conversion that I see is that the 950 bearings are way to small and can get damaged quite quickly if you hit something hard I still prefer the larger bearings..weight is not to much of a issue on this car... I have been using the conversion for over 10days now and I like it quite a bit, it seems on transitions is were the new arms reallt shine
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Old 07-21-2004, 04:00 AM
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Sure does.. I'll post it a bit later tonight
Is that tonight your time or our time?LoL
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Can anyone tell me how long (or how many teeth) the belts are (got)?

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