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Old 11-01-2005, 09:07 PM
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Within limits, a wider rear track will be more stable and will provide more grip in the rear, making the car want to push more. Wider isn't always better, but rear track width can definitely be a tuning aid.

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I said I would post some pics of the new CEFX rear dampner tubes on the car, and I finally got the camera charged back up.

Again, they were a perfect fit, and only need a 4-40 ball on the inside link mount to be a direct swap. The feel is far better than the stock drinking straws, and can hold a much firmer lube than the stock pieces.

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This is my car.
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Old 11-13-2005, 10:23 AM
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This is my car.

You ought to put some decals on the bottom or your chassis. Always need to keep the sponsors happy

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Does anyone know where I can find front-end parts for a Reflex 12 these days?

Those damper tubes also look kinda interesting. So, if you can tell me where to get them too I'll be interested.
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Are you rebuilding an old car or looking to build something new?

If something new and you want that front end look at the Speed Merchant...the front end is almost the same. If your just looking for an interesting front end look at the BMI. As for the damper tubes many of the modern brands use a damper tube system: BMI, CRC, Speed Merchant, IRS, and many others I have forgotten to include.
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Originally Posted by Radio Active View Post
Does anyone know where I can find front-end parts for a Reflex 12 these days?

Those damper tubes also look kinda interesting. So, if you can tell me where to get them too I'll be interested.
I have two cars and a few parts to a third, I am willing to sell them. The parts are in good condition. I will ship to Aussie land too. The cars have been discontinued for quite some time. PM me and we'll talk.

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