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Old 06-19-2003, 10:41 PM   #5596
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hi, who makes these ball cups ? does mugen makes them or other manufacture ?
Mugen has it. I use the left over from my MTX-2 parts.
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Old 06-19-2003, 10:43 PM   #5597
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Thanks for all the help guys !
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Mugen ball link 6mm #H0855
Then, cut it to about 4mm each one. Also, once you have taken the camber links out, it's also a good idea to replace it with optional Mugen Ti, to strenghten them and easier adjustment.
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Then, cut it to about 4mm each one. Also, once you have taken the camber links out, it's also a good idea to replace it with optional Mugen Ti, to strenghten them and easier adjustment.
oh! DATA, should it be at 4.000 mm on each one?
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Old 06-19-2003, 10:46 PM   #5600
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Thanks for all the help guys !
No problem!

By the way, will we soon see this: Mugen MTX-3333333333333333333 instead of your VoneRRRRRRRRRRR?
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Old 06-19-2003, 10:47 PM   #5601
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Then, cut it to about 4mm each one. Also, once you have taken the camber links out, it's also a good idea to replace it with optional Mugen Ti, to strenghten them and easier adjustment.
I prefer Lunsford Ti. They are much cheaper

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I prefer Lunsford Ti. They are much cheaper

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heavier?
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Hey all i read was you wanting to kiss all your friends. I just put two and two together.

I mean nothing by it just having a laugh.

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Al are you causeing trouble again.
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heavier?
are they really?

They are still better than the standard Mugen turnbuckes.

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oh! DATA, should it be at 4.000 mm on each one?
I have a little bit of problem with DATA !
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are they really?

They are still better than the standard Mugen turnbuckes.

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they are the same thing ! durable and light weight
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Boycey, Trouble is my middle name!!!
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I prefer Lunsford Ti. They are much cheaper

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Lunsford are nice
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they are the same thing ! durable and light weight
Manti do you have Ti screws throughout your car??
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