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Old 09-13-2004, 09:24 AM   #151
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Whats the price of this car going to be?
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and can we get verification that the mid-late september release date is still accurate?

mid september is here.
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Old 09-13-2004, 11:18 AM   #154
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we are shooting for a street price of $350. It will vary with dealer.


Last word from basecamp was 2 weeks. So we are planning on them by the end of the month. Everything still looks on schedule.

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Old 09-13-2004, 12:00 PM   #155
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in an effort to have the lightest drivetrain possible, i am wondering what parts/numbers are required to use with the integrated spur/pulley combo ( p/n 79315) from the assassin on the rdx. is there a bolt on 2nd half of the pulley? will it be precise if used this way, or will the spur wobble?

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Old 09-13-2004, 12:08 PM   #156
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79307?
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Words cannot express my delight as I watch seaball wring his hands in anticipation, via the internet. Can Corally have Santa deliver it to seaball? That would really top this whole thing off nicely.
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seaball..... the 79315 would give you the lightest drivetrain. That is 64 pitch 104 tooth spur. 79310 is the 48 pitch 78 tooth option if you use those gears. Either one would replace the 79306 which is the spur gear adapter with aluminum pulley.
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Words cannot express my delight as I watch seaball wring his hands in anticipation, via the internet. Can Corally have Santa deliver it to seaball? That would really top this whole thing off nicely.
ummmmm...wood. Not "word"-but wooood!!
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go to hell, robk!
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Did oyou forget who you are? haha-DOnt you mean EMB's robk!!!!
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it looks like the molded spur/pulley only has enough width for one belt. confirm or deny?
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ray, there are children on this site. sheesh.
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Wow I was just kidding. Ray's taking it to a new level however........
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Yes, it is only wide enough for one belt, you have to cut the belts in half to fit them both on there.

Just kidding.... you bolt the second pulley onto the molded spur/pulley for the rear belt.
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