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Old 03-28-2003, 10:52 PM   #1561
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Rear links mount from upper deck to front side of rear uprights, should be about 5mm clearance between link & Shock.
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Old 03-28-2003, 11:31 PM   #1562
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Default Oh you mean THOSE spacers

Boy do I feel like a idiot Redbull had it on the money, I thought he was talking about the spacers for the shock screws. Then I find these nice block spacers that solver all my problems....Thanks for the help Redbull!!

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Where you gonna run that BEAST ?
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Gilroy has a new, very larger, carpet track I plan on trying it out there. It probably won't be till next weekend though. I am currenty running a Xray, which I like a lot but just had to try somthing diffrent Thanks again Redbull

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I too have an X-Ray
Thought I'd never switch

But after just two tries at it I must say this car is MAGIC...

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Do ya' have a pick of what they look like ..??

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also a part # would be nice too
here's a pic, a little large but nice it's the new RC Lab 7even Evo 7 pro version, which isn't out for a couple of weeks so no part number yet I have the Evo 6 with plain alloy posts

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I too have an X-Ray
Thought I'd never switch

But after just two tries at it I must say this car is MAGIC...

l8rs

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I will chime in here, I too was driving the Xray and the Cuda does feel much quicker. Boy is this scary or what???

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I too have an X-Ray
Thought I'd never switch

But after just two tries at it I must say this car is MAGIC...

l8rs

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See I toll you guys this car is the SH!T'z

Now you all know why I own 3+ Cudas'
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I will chime in here, I too was driving the Xray and the Cuda does feel much quicker. Boy is this scary or what???

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here's a pic, a little large but nice it's the new RC Lab 7even Evo 7 pro version, which isn't out for a couple of weeks so no part number yet I have the Evo 6 with plain alloy posts


Those mounts look very tasty Hermi'

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[QUOTEOriginally posted by itchynads
I found that my shaft holders were warped so that the crown gear does not spin as freely as it should. Its causing high spots as I rotate the gear. Hopefully the alloy holders will fix this problem. ]

Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
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Those alu shaft holders are not cheap. $40 for 1 or $80 for a pair. That is a little too expensive, don't you think?
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[QUOTEOriginally posted by itchynads
I found that my shaft holders were warped so that the crown gear does not spin as freely as it should. Its causing high spots as I rotate the gear. Hopefully the alloy holders will fix this problem. ]

Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
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Those alloy shaft holders are not cheap. $40 for 1 or $80 for a pair. That is a little too expensive, don't you think?
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$80 for the pair

I was hoping it was $40 for the pair
will be a looong time till I can afford them then, and I think I really need them still got some spur gear wobble, only slight though but enough to make me wary.
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$80 for the pair

I was hoping it was $40 for the pair
will be a looong time till I can afford them then, and I think I really need them still got some spur gear wobble, only slight though but enough to make me wary.
Yep, I thought it was $40 for a pair too. , which won't be so bad but $80!!!

Dave, will we be stripping bevel gears fast if we don't have this? Will it make the drivetrain quiter? What is actually the benefit of getting this part? Thanks for the input.
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Thumbs up Alex Spring Rates in gram/mm

Hey Guys here are all of the spring rates in metric for you all

1.4 x 7.00 = 212 gm/mm
1.4 x 6.75 = 224 gm/mm
1.4 x 6.50 = 236 gm/mm
1.4 x 6.25 = 250 gm/mm
1.4 x 6.00 = 266 gm/mm
1.4 x 5.75 = 283 gm/mm
1.4 x 5.50 = 303 gm/mm
1.4 x 5.25 = 327 gm/mm

1.5 x 7.00 = 275 gm/mm
1.5 x 6.75 = 289 gm/mm
1.5 x 6.50 = 305 gm/mm
1.5 x 6.25 = 323 gm/mm
1.5 x 6.00 = 343 gm/mm
1.5 x 5.75 = 366 gm/mm
1.5 x 5.50 = 393 gm/mm
1.5 x 5.25 = 422 gm/mm



Thats all of them...enjoy


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