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Old 03-28-2007, 03:50 PM
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tantalus: maraming ibig sabihin eh. anyway, purple haze? hmmm.. nice car

toink: wag lipad. steady lang. keep it clean and slow. hehehe!
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Old 03-28-2007, 05:54 PM
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Kating kati na lumipad!
Hmmm pa yosi ah...mamaya inbetween heats nanaman gawin mo



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wak ka lipad... keep in on the ground...


jay: may pa yosi pa? food ayaw mo?


miguel: bakit sa las vegas ka pa nag punta? ayaw mo ba kami kumbidahin sa special event of your life? congrats bro!!! galingan mo!!!
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Old 03-28-2007, 08:14 PM
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Tanta/Jay/Curious: Angkas lang ako kay Darna...might see some green clouds, gusto mo Jay?

By the way, are Ti screws mas malambot compared sa steel screws(Orig. screws Xray)? Mas mabilis din sila lumuwang compared sa steel screws?




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toink: i think titanium and steel are as strong as each other... the only diff is that titanium weighs much less than steel... and titaniums are good bling factors...

you could also wait for curious' POV... im sure marami na siang experience when it comes to ti screws from rebuilding numerous BD kits of others...

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cloud nine would be more like it...
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Old 03-28-2007, 09:25 PM
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Hey guys,

Ang usapan dito sa EP onroad-- nagiging flying na

OK lang basta huwag auto ang lumilipad sa barrier
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Originally Posted by tantalus007
toink: i think titanium and steel are as strong as each other... the only diff is that titanium weighs much less than steel... and titaniums are good bling factors...

you could also wait for curious' POV... im sure marami na siang experience when it comes to ti screws from rebuilding numerous BD kits of others...

jay:
cloud nine would be more like it...
Great! But unfortunately I get more bent Ti screws than the orig steel screws
Any POV curious from your rebuilding experience? Everyone would really appreciate your views on this and your expertise.

*sitting in a corner waiting*



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Old 03-28-2007, 09:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Mini Toink
Great! But unfortunately I get more bent Ti screws than the orig steel screws
Any POV curious from your rebuilding experience? Everyone would really appreciate your views on this and your expertise.

*sitting in a corner waiting*



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my 2 centavos

Steel Screws strip less (almost forever)

Titanium screw and aluminum mounts do not compliment each other
and they loosen up easily through time after repeated use.

aluminum screw and aluminum post are ok but you will notice degradation sa thread after repeated use.

I always buy assortment of screws from the screw center as they have most common sizes on your TC. get stainless steel screws if available.

Obviously, downside is added weight.
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Originally Posted by rajS
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my 2 centavos

Steel Screws strip less (almost forever)

Titanium screw and aluminum mounts do not compliment each other
and they loosen up easily through time after repeated use.

aluminum screw and aluminum post are ok but you will notice degradation sa thread after repeated use.

I always buy assortment of screws from the screw center as they have most common sizes on your TC. get stainless steel screws if available.

Obviously, downside is added weight.
Thanks rajS!! So I guess best bet would be Stainless Steel Screws
May I ask where is this screw center located? You can PM me with the location if its ok Thanks again rajS!!




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Originally Posted by Mini Toink
Great! But unfortunately I get more bent Ti screws than the orig steel screws
Any POV curious from your rebuilding experience? Everyone would really appreciate your views on this and your expertise.

*sitting in a corner waiting*


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definitely steel screws are much harder than Ti screws. so that makes the steel screws stonger. advantage for Ti screws is its weight. and as per tanta, it weigh less than steel screws.
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Laging tandaan : With bolts of steel, you can screw harder!

Tama ba master Tanta?
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jay: coco-puffs? hehehe .... this will speed things up a bit rather than slow them down! hahaha ....

toink: as far a screws go....

steel (including stainless) - heaviest but strongest
alum screws - lightest but weakest
ti - not as light as alum but lighter than steel; not as strong as steel but not as weak as aluminum.

In short, Ti screws is a middle ground between alum and steel. you get weight savings but do not sacrifice too much in terms of strength. they will bend easier than steel but will not snap off or strip their thread as easily as aluminum ones. for TC Ti would probably be the best compromise. if you're worried about a Ti screw comming off from aluminnum mounts like bulkheads, etc, its somthing a little thread lock can easily cure.

screw center - try Y2K screws along santolan/pinaglabanan. on the way yun papunta kina pitshop. there are also many screw centers along the t.morato, timog and QC ave area. .... ay, ibang "screw center" pala yun! HAHAHA

raj: what screw center do you go to? do they sell Ti screws there or just steel? dala ka dessert sa sabado ... gusto ko brownies!
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SCREW MASTERS are in the haus!!!
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We are only your disciples master tan-phalus07

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