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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-19-2003, 11:23 AM Thread Starter
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Exclamation have a gander at this speed3

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hummmmph. I guess that we all have to start somewhere.

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What I am wondering is does the front flex,is the damping any good with that setup,what are those dual brakes like.A lot of questions but the photos show that it must work at least ok.bet that wheel cost a pretty buck ,not to mention the rest of the front end.

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I can't imagine one redeeming benefit to that rig except the possibility of quick tire changes at Daytona. I can see a lot of problems with it. Weight, ridgidity, stiction on breaking from loaded alignment guides, etc. etc. Some ideas should be left on paper.

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I can't imagine one redeeming benefit to that rig except the possibility of quick tire changes at Daytona. I can see a lot of problems with it. Weight, ridgidity, stiction on breaking from loaded alignment guides, etc. etc. Some ideas should be left on paper.
yeah stiction would be real bad on that,i bet hitting the front brake hard would be an adventure.

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