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Old 08-23-2010, 08:50 PM   #2896
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Look on that link for pics
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Old 08-23-2010, 09:02 PM   #2897
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Thanks Nitrodude. I have already looked through those pics. Nothing specific to that side of the car.

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Old 08-23-2010, 09:38 PM   #2898
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Does anyone have a picture of the DLS system with the swaybar attached? Mainly the spur gear side. Just from a glance it does not look like it will fit and will rub on the spur gear.

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You know... I dont want to be rude, but if they made it and they ran it at the worlds Im sure it fits, they're not going to make something that doesnt fit on the car properly.
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Old 08-23-2010, 11:00 PM   #2899
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Interesting.....

Were you running the rear sway bar with the DLS? Was camber set at 2.5 deg?
NO i dint think about running the sway bar. usually a sway bar takes away traction in my case i wanted more traction. i might try the sway bar next race
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Old 08-24-2010, 06:36 AM   #2902
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Thanks Nitrodude. I have already looked through those pics. Nothing specific to that side of the car.

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that link has a good pic image 11 on that page yuya sahashi car shows the spur side .
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Old 08-24-2010, 06:57 AM   #2903
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You know... I dont want to be rude, but if they made it and they ran it at the worlds Im sure it fits, they're not going to make something that doesnt fit on the car properly.
Well thank you for being rude. I am sure that it works. The reason I was asking is because I was having issues.
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that link has a good pic image 11 on that page yuya sahashi car shows the spur side .
thanks Captian. It seems that in order to run the swaybar you have to run the rear of the car long. I had it put together just as the pic shows but the rear of the car was short and it rubbed on the spur gear.

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image 11, better seen on image 14 on that page yuya sahashi car shows Some thing I have not seen , from the brake system (Bearingblock-2sp-alu r 966 (#903316) and other side has well they connect to the rear diff Bearingblock Like a stiffner ??


does any one know what this is?

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image 11, better seen on image 14 on that page yuya sahashi car shows Some thing I have not seen , from the brake system (Bearingblock-2sp-alu r 966 (#903316) and other side has well they connect to the rear diff Bearingblock Like a stiffner ??


does any one know what this is?

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I asked the same question back on page 190. Some responded and mentioned it was an up coming option. No other info was given.

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You know... I dont want to be rude, but if they made it and they ran it at the worlds Im sure it fits, they're not going to make something that doesnt fit on the car properly.
The system wasn't designed to be used with the sway bar. The guys figured out how to mount the sway bar. Yes it will be close to the spur gear but it didn't touch.
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image 11, better seen on image 14 on that page yuya sahashi car shows Some thing I have not seen , from the brake system (Bearingblock-2sp-alu r 966 (#903316) and other side has well they connect to the rear diff Bearingblock Like a stiffner ??


does any one know what this is?

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they may be new parts going out . it will take the place of the lower x brace
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I asked the same question back on page 190. Some responded and mentioned it was an up coming option. No other info was given.

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What alternatives are there with the belts.

The orange ones last forever (I am still running the originals), but make the drive train too heavy

The black optional ones really free the drive train nicely, but wear out after one club day.

I keep hearing about Team Titan, MLB, etc etc belts that fit, would appreciate if someone can provide links or part numbers of where to buy them

How efficient are these other belts, and how long do they last?
Original low friction belts are very good. I personally run them and they last a long time. In the rear i run the 5mm from Team Titan.
The Titan are excellent as well. Either one is a good choice
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