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Old 06-04-2004, 17:58   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone have RRS?

Hi just wondering if anyone has installed that (revelation racing supplies) suspension and brake upgrade into their classic falcon?

If so how is it?
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Hi just wondering if anyone has installed that (revelation racing supplies) suspension and brake upgrade into their classic falcon?

If so how is it?
RRS distributor here in the US is a friend of mine. His name is Rod Horner and he has several Falcons. Some of you will remmeber his XB from AMC mag that is a virtual clone of the Moffat Brut 33 car. Well, he has installed the RRS kit into that car. I have not driven it...yet. But, from talking with Rod, and others that have driven the car, the car is totally transformed. The biggest improvement is the rack & pinion steering. I'm currently looking at installing the r&p steering in my XA, just gottat get the new motor finished first.

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right there thanks. i am thinking about getting getting the rack and pinion steering n by the sounds of it, ot sounds worth it cool thanks
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theres a few new products that they are releasing, a cheaper strut setup with single piston caliper, and also an IRS rear end for falcons aswell...
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Re: Does anyone have RRS?

if the price came down a bit, i'd definitly fit it to my xb coupe. just a little bit out of my (financial) reach for now.
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you gotta weigh up the costs...completely redo the front end, everything, fitting it,then the cost of making large groved late model brakes with 2 pot calipers fit..it really wouldnt be much more expensive..its just a shock of shelling out that cash in one hit..
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