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Old 07-24-2005, 03:58   #1 (permalink)
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Dickhead?. Why dont you put them on your pocket bike then DICKHEAD>
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hahaha. Tell him what you really feel.. haha
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Slapper bars? Tramp rods attach to the subframe, dont they? Or am I being a dickhead?
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Old 07-24-2005, 15:02   #7 (permalink)
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I offer Crochunter an apology. I misinterpreted this thread as another "find something on Ebay and shitcan it on FF" thread.

A little history with the tramp rods if you like. I put in a 503 horsepower clevo several years ago into my coupe. Engine was built and dynoed on an engine dyno by Jack Bros Engineering in Brisbane. Coupe suffered really bad axle tramp.

The tramp rods were made be S.L Race Fabrications and together with a wedge plate under the diff housing, from memory 1 degree, signifcantly improved the cars ability to hook up.

I now have a significatly bigger engine and employ caltracs hence these are now spare. Anybody running around having some traction problems may find them beneficial.

Again, I offer an apology to Crochunter.
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what an excellent thread, i can't stop laughing
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I am guessing this thread has been edited..... as it makes little sense now!!
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I am guessing this thread has been edited..... as it makes little sense now!!

This is correct;it is missing posts that were present an hour ago.
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