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  1. Great job, Keith. can't wait to try it. How to handle that 3mm adjustment you mentioned?
  2. I am interested, does it fit the new shifter cars?
  3. check out Oliver, he is the supplier
  4. is there any difference on the angle of attack and the wing surface profile between 380cup and 430cup wing?
  5. Does anyone know the difference between Cup380 wing and the Cup 430 wing? Other than the bracket and the endplates.
  6. you need the BMW one which is 60 degree tapered seat same as Lotus, Mercedes one won't fit as they are ball seat.
  7. From, you need M12x1.5, for 380/410/430, you can buy 35mm for both front and rear, or 28mm for the front and 35mm for the rear For 350 and S std wheels, 28mm would do on all four.
  8. I found some 35mm titanium lug bolts and tested fit on my 410. They fit without any problem at both axles
  9. Hi Daniel, You said it was hard to push the dust cap in fully, does it mean a slight larger diameter or a slightly smaller diameter one would be better? Or it has not enough depth ?
  10. @hamks18psigreat, the 85mm diameter cap fits ok? What's the depth size of the cap I should get?
  11. @Jcx Right, I got your point now. Keep us posted on the development. trying all these different settings are so much fun and learn a lot, albeit time consuming I firm up the rebound becasue previously I had experienced hopping while exiting and accelerating out of tight corners and also I felt second motion after going over joints on highway. Firming up the rebound did solve that.
  12. @Jcxso your rear hopping issue over crest is cured by adding two clicks at front HS? but wouldn't it make it feel harsh when going over the crest? I was thinking that if this is an issue of the rear wheel not able to return to the ground fast enough after the crest, woudn't it be softening the rear rebound helping it? I am having issue in places with manhole cover giving a dipped surface, I feel harsh running over them with the stock setting, I soften it by 1 click both front and rear but I feel it has taken too much and feel too soft, I am going to return the rear back to normal and try again. My current settings (from full hard) are: F/R LSC: -3/-2 F/R HSC: -11/-12 F/R ReB: -9/-13
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