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Old 03-27-2005, 06:19 PM   #1111
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Pm wannabe. He's got plenty of the hard bumpers. I'm also trying to bug him into making some kydex bumper braces. He made on a long time ago and I wish I would have kept it.

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Now that I have more Kydex I'll be sure you get you dialed in!!
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Anyone else notice that the arms and other plastic parts are harder than the FK 04? It was harder to get the screws started and no where near as much flex in the rear arms when checking up travel!! Very nice!!


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Old 03-27-2005, 06:33 PM   #1114
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http://precisionracingsystems.com/browse I redid the link so it works now
Do I go with the pro lite standard, oval or touring?
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Old 03-27-2005, 07:08 PM   #1116
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Hey, Eric. Yeah, they included the hard 'H' arms that weren't previously available to the public. I saw 'em at the Nats--some of the other XRAY guys were running them on their FK04s. The nice thing about the team 'H' ones is they have the little 'shock' lip already dremeled down off the rear arm. Very trick looking.

Anyway, I was very happy to see/feel that as well. Can't wait until Jason sends out the new chassis to test out. (Hopefully in the next week or so.) The rigidity of the stock one is only fair, and my previous BMI 350 was stiff as a board.
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Old 03-27-2005, 07:15 PM   #1117
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Midnight. I ordered the touring ones.
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Old 03-27-2005, 07:24 PM   #1118
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Thanks!

I still havent got mine yet! I thought it would have been here by now!!
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Now that I have more Kydex I'll be sure you get you dialed in!!
KILLER! Now when are you getting yours Kevin?
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Prolly once BMI has a kit out, I'll go for it...
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Hey, Eric. Yeah, they included the hard 'H' arms that weren't previously available to the public. I saw 'em at the Nats--some of the other XRAY guys were running them on their FK04s. The nice thing about the team 'H' ones is they have the little 'shock' lip already dremeled down off the rear arm. Very trick looking.

Anyway, I was very happy to see/feel that as well. Can't wait until Jason sends out the new chassis to test out. (Hopefully in the next week or so.) The rigidity of the stock one is only fair, and my previous BMI 350 was stiff as a board.
You sure about that???

My kits arms seemed rigid but still needed to have the standoff removed to on the rears to run 28mm foams...

Car went together like adream though...can't wait to hit the track wtih it...
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Midnight. I ordered the touring ones.
Anywhere other than PRS to order these? My last order direct with PRS was a less than stellar experience. They are killer spurs though...very nice.

Any chance KT will get in some 116t RW spurs?
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Old 03-27-2005, 07:37 PM   #1123
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precisionracingsystems.com Try this link for the spur gears I haven't used them but have 2 on order. These are the ones goop and a few other people with the fk05 have recomended
I will use 48p spurs since I have a whole range of 48p pinions. Do you know any other aftermarket gear brand that will fit the 05. Precision is out of stock.

Will Robinson Racing Gears fit the 05?
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Kimbrough spurs will fit. i believe you need to use thier associated line
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> You sure about that???

Yup. The team ones labeled 'H' have the lip removed, but the ones that come with the kit don't.
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