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Old 08-25-2004, 10:02 PM
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Originally posted by rcspeedo
The 414M2 has longer shock shafts.

Part number # 9805504

Hope this helps

Thanks Rcsspeedo! I'll look into that. I do however have some EVO III shock shafts, are they longer?
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Originally posted by Obsidian
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Some people measure from the very top of the shock to the very bottom. ( this is how I measure)
Same here, makes it easier using the vernier's...
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Originally posted by TryHard
Same here, makes it easier using the vernier's...
Yep, that's what I find, too, matey!
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Originally posted by SpeedTech
Nismo,

That's the direct pulley, which the two center pulleys are now together as one piece and held on the stock layshaft with a single set screw. It's the part you need if you're trying to lock the center.

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they say that you're only going to use it if you are not going to use the front one way is this true
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Old 08-26-2004, 02:20 AM
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I appologize for this being off topic but there is no longer a 414 thread and I thought there is no real reason to start a new one. Just wanted to share my pics.
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a few more coming..
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Old 08-26-2004, 02:26 AM
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It looks lovely John. The blue of the 414 & 415 really make the car stand out from the rest.
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I appologize for this being off topic but there is no longer a 414 thread and I thought there is no real reason to start a new one. Just wanted to share my pics.
Looks very good...
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Old 08-26-2004, 03:56 AM
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Here's a pic of my 415 with the new decals I put on it.
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nice looking car there ballsie, hoepfully I'll have my subaru soon, should look good too.

Love the 414 pics john, something I really like about it is the rounded bulkheads, absolutely gourgeous.

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Old 08-26-2004, 05:32 AM
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Thanks Ed - my subaru arrived 2 days ago.

I'm going to get one of the guys at my local club to give it a custom paint job - I'll post the results here when he's done.
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Thanks guys for your kind words.

Old but good car. I will compete with that at the wolrds. I might also use the EVO IV suspension.

All graphite parts are custom made. and I run Xray diffs.
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Ballsie, I like it cause its a simple yet recogniseable design, some of the shells I've seen are a little OTT for me, and Ive never been a flame fan....

Still the scooby is gonna hopefully look something like this

105 Rugby chevy

Not sure if I've mentioned that yet though, I'm getting a strong sense of deja-vu writing this post....

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EDIT - Yup thought as much, posted the same link back on page 112... opps
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Thats gonna look brilliant Ed - I take it that a stir is caused when you race online against the Ozzies with that Nascar skin? lol
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