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Old 08-15-2002, 01:49 PM   #3481
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toe in and toe out and camber are very important to the car, i need to do the front tires toe out a little but cause mine are pulling a little bit to the side
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Old 08-15-2002, 02:43 PM   #3482
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does anyone know how much the rb concept x-12 "inline" tuned pipe is?
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Old 08-15-2002, 03:05 PM   #3483
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I wouldn't get that pipe it's too fragile, get a RD logic pipe it looks like the rbx12 pipe and works like it but the case of the pipe is tougher so if anybody hits you it will still be good
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Old 08-15-2002, 07:44 PM   #3484
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The angle is to adjust the hardest of the roll bar. Horizontal is the softest setting, vertical is that hardest setting. You should have both equal.
So there is only one way to set the bars at 45 degrees when the 2 bars meet?

i tried setting the 2 bars as in the picture at around 45 degree but was not able to do so as the 2 roll bar mounts only allow me to set them at horizontally. I tried many different solutions to get them set like shown in the pic 45 degree, but to no avail.

Now i set them horizontally and when pressing down the front, the anti roll bar touches the chassis, is this okay? There is no other ways for me to set it.

Isn't that the soft and hardest setting of the roll bars is to adjust the FLAT section of the bars either:

- facing-up [a.k.a. horizontal] (when look down at the chassis, the softest) OR

-facing-front [a.k.a. vertically] (when look from the front behind the bumper, the hardest)?

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Old 08-15-2002, 08:18 PM   #3485
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So there is only one way to set the bars at 45 degrees when the 2 bars meet?

i tried setting the 2 bars as in the picture at around 45 degree but was not able to do so as the 2 roll bar mounts only allow me to set them at horizontally. I tried many different solutions to get them set like shown in the pic 45 degree, but to no avail.

Now i set them horizontally and when pressing down the front, the anti roll bar touches the chassis, is this okay? There is no other ways for me to set it.

Isn't that the soft and hardest setting of the roll bars is to adjust the FLAT section of the bars either:

- facing-up [a.k.a. horizontal] (when look down at the chassis, the softest) OR

-facing-front [a.k.a. vertically] (when look from the front behind the bumper, the hardest)?

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its 45 degrees by looking from the side of the car and not from the front of the car. To adjust the anti roll bar, just use a plier and turn the rollbar to the required angle.
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Old 08-15-2002, 09:28 PM   #3486
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would an RB Concept X-12 slide carb, standard shaft fit in a
V One RR without modifications or will i have to cut the crank?

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You need a SG shaft for the v one rr
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Old 08-15-2002, 10:16 PM   #3488
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thank you very much, so the rb concept will fit, great!

is only afew dolars more than the os 12tr over here in ontario
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how did your drag racing go compaq888?
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does anyone know how much the rb concept x-12 "inline" tuned pipe is?

90 to 100$
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if someone could give me a URL to RD Logic tuned pipes it would be greatly appreciated
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Here is the RD Logic homepage
http://www.rdlogics.com/
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thank you very much boner
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Old 08-15-2002, 11:49 PM   #3495
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So there is only one way to set the bars at 45 degrees when the 2 bars meet?
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Now you have got me a bit lost!! I think we are talking about 2 differents things here. First the roll bar needs to be set up right during installation....the second is that you can change the setting of the roll bar after it has been correctly installed (setup).

To setup a roll bar correctly refer to the Xray link, it is the same principal but just on a different car! To change the "setting" of the roll bar it is just a case of changing the angle of the flat portion of the blades...I think we have agreed on this point!

http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/pro...&kategoria=253
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