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  1. #31
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    How are the manual racks doing??? I am going to order my stuff in the next couple of days. Car wont be ready for shootout anyway so I am going to go ahead and do this while its in the air... Is it a Flaming River?? or ????
    Anthony Arnold
    Home of "No Cash Racing!"

    Silver 90 AOD 12.03 @ Shootout 2010
    White 94 Auto ??????
    Black 95 5-speed ????

  2. #32
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    I am happy with them.

    Quote Originally Posted by ScrapSC View Post
    How are the manual racks doing??? I am going to order my stuff in the next couple of days. Car wont be ready for shootout anyway so I am going to go ahead and do this while its in the air... Is it a Flaming River?? or ????
    I got two different cars with this in them. they both were simple to put in and I don't have any issues driving them on the street.. How about the rest of you that went this way?? simple, easy, and it works..... what more can you ask for on a S.C. something that you CAN work on AND something that REALLY works.....Rich
    Too many cars,too little time to drive them. Anything less than 500 cubes is a small block. If you slow down in life you will get run over..

  3. #33
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    No complaints here. Even my DIY toe-in alignment tracks true and straight.

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  4. #34
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    Different inner rods?

    So my only issue with my rack was the inner rods were longer than stock. I had to cut a inch off my outer tie rods and weld back together to work. Still waiting on a email tune for my car, yet to start up and drive on the street.

  5. #35
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    No issues here either! Even with 255 tires on the front it isn't very hard to steer standing still. Like Rich said, rather easy once you start moving at all. With skinnys on it turns sitting still like it was power.

    No regrets at all.

    Oh I did swap out tie rod ends from a dodge caravan for a perfect fit.
    Venetian Blue 1995 5 Spd...............No ET
    Orange Crush Pearl 1995 Auto SC........11.175 @ 121.85 MPH
    462.54 rwhp, 461.42 tq
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  6. #36
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    Quote Originally Posted by driller View Post
    No complaints here. Even my DIY toe-in alignment tracks true and straight.

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    I'm sorry, but you just have to love this!! The ultimate in let's just git'r done. Way to go JP.

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