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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 03-09-2010, 05:11 PM Thread Starter
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New DFR kit going on

So far so good ..Just need to get a good deal on the new trinity front spindles to do the front THANX BYC Motorsports for the CV'S



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post #2 of 38 (permalink) Old 03-09-2010, 07:25 PM
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i heard that the trinity front spindles bend under hard riding well maybe they just twist a little




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looks really good so far Turbo

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nice looking kit how much travel?

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nice looking kit how much travel?

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That kit will be pulling 15" of true useable travel.
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That kit will be pulling 15" of true useable travel.
15" out of a +6 kit?

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yep 15....... I know over 14.3 in the rear and that was a hard measurement to do by myself.. so I played it safe its on your site New DFR kit thats where you said something about HCR ..LOL..

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I believe it. My Prowler has 14inch of travel out of +5 kit, its all about the throw or movement of the a-arms and the ability to move all the way up and down. thats my understanding.

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I have a hard time believeing 15"s myself....In the rear you limitation is your cv angles....with a centerboard hub...I may believe 15...and in the front I think its you balljoints/tie rods that limit your travel



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