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Old 07-02-2004, 11:45 PM   #7711
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The low ratio pulleys were designed for the locked or solid layshaft. You will need to get that and replace the pulleys with the low ratio pulleys.
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Old 07-03-2004, 12:13 AM   #7712
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thanks for the quick reply, should have no problem getting one, lots of t1's at our track actually might have one on the old t1 thanks again Peter
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Old 07-03-2004, 03:30 AM   #7713
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The original T1 and both the Evo2's regular and FOC came with a center one-way.

The T1R and the FK both have a solid center layshaft...happy hunting!
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Old 07-03-2004, 04:35 AM   #7714
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hi guys,

just checking does the T1 EVO2 have the same belts as the Factory kit?
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Old 07-03-2004, 06:14 AM   #7715
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just checking does the T1 EVO2 have the same belts as the Factory kit?
Do you mean what material they are made of? If that's the case, correct me if I'm wrong someone, but I think they ALL are Kevlar Belts for all kits.

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Old 07-03-2004, 06:24 AM   #7716
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they are the same as the evo 2 yer same size ect..
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Front belt is the same ... part 305431.

Rear on FT is part 305442. Original rear belt on EVOII is part 305441. They are almost identical and interchangeable. .... the 305441 belt is 1mm wider. Length is the same.
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Has anyone put the short arms on their T1R ? And if you have, is it worth it.I do know you have to do a "little work" to get the mounts to fit(in the rear)So I was wondering if the performance is enough to make the change...I already have everything else on this car..
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Has anyone put the short arms on their T1R ? And if you have, is it worth it.I do know you have to do a "little work" to get the mounts to fit(in the rear)So I was wondering if the performance is enough to make the change...I already have everything else on this car..
I have put the short arms on my T1R before. It changes the roll moment making the car shift its weight from side to side faster. The short arms are good for small tight technical tracks, but for big sweeping turns the short arms do not work as well as the long or normal arms
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Has anyone put the short arms on their T1R ? And if you have, is it worth it.I do know you have to do a "little work" to get the mounts to fit(in the rear)So I was wondering if the performance is enough to make the change...I already have everything else on this car..
You will probably get better traction with the short arms.
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Has anyone put the short arms on their T1R ? And if you have, is it worth it.I do know you have to do a "little work" to get the mounts to fit(in the rear)So I was wondering if the performance is enough to make the change...I already have everything else on this car..
I asked a question similar of that to Josh, and he says he likes the short arms everywhere, but I too beleive they are better for more technical tracks.

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Thats the type of track I race on..
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One way or Diff what is the best for asphault, smooth, good Bite?
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I had a problem with the short arms due to how quick it transfered weight in high speed giant sweepers. The car wanted to break out of the turn midway thru leaving me to have to work the wheel to get the car to hold thru the turn
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One way or Diff what is the best for asphault, smooth, good Bite?
John, I would say the one way for Scotts track! Then again, im just a rook, atleast until tomorrow when I beat Howard, Mark and Popps in Pro Stock Did you see what the big boys were running thursday when they were out testing?

Cya bright and early bro, are you running stock and 19T tomorrow?

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