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by Byron510
05 Jul 2003 23:52
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: street legal?
Replies: 22
Views: 2059

.There were two styles of the arrow marker lights here in Canada. The 68's had a right and left arrow which curved up towards the body line at the front. The 69 lights had a symmetrical shape, and were the same fro either side. I think this is the same light that the rest of the world (discluding Ca...
by Byron510
05 Jul 2003 21:06
Forum: Project Builds
Topic: 72 510 pic added
Replies: 31
Views: 2797

Toe out is good for racing, but you may not like it on the highway. I set mine at 1/16 toe in, at speed the controll arm will pull back a bit if you have polly or rubber TC bushes. Then you are at 0 degrees which works pretty good!
by Byron510
05 Jul 2003 21:01
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Lower... or not to Lower ?
Replies: 57
Views: 4315

That could be arranged, but it's unlikely you'll get it on the hoist!!
by Byron510
05 Jul 2003 09:20
Forum: Technical - Archive
Topic: L20b vs. Z22
Replies: 69
Views: 6315

The nice thing about the L series (Naps Z or LZ combo) is that they bolt in. And that means a lot - no screwing around. It's way easier this way, and the bits are less than half the price!
by Byron510
05 Jul 2003 09:16
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Lower... or not to Lower ?
Replies: 57
Views: 4315

Just more efficient - the CV (constant velocity) explains itself. A U joint actually speeds up and then slows down while rotating around, and the steeper the angle, the more it tends to speed up and slow down. This not only puts extreme force on things, it also causes vibrations as well. Borg - your...
by Byron510
05 Jul 2003 00:15
Forum: Technical - Archive
Topic: L20b vs. Z22
Replies: 69
Views: 6315

Good, cause that scared me, so I'm still wondering what needs to be done to do it right??
by Byron510
05 Jul 2003 00:14
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Slurrey Drives
Replies: 44
Views: 3407

That's sweet - Unimog???
by Byron510
05 Jul 2003 00:07
Forum: Technical - Archive
Topic: L20b vs. Z22
Replies: 69
Views: 6315

Can you download directly from me? If so, man that's really scary!! I hope it's just my ignorance here, but you don't have access to my files here right??......
by Byron510
04 Jul 2003 23:57
Forum: Technical - Archive
Topic: L20b vs. Z22
Replies: 69
Views: 6315

yep, how'd you get it???
by Byron510
04 Jul 2003 23:51
Forum: Technical - Archive
Topic: L20b vs. Z22
Replies: 69
Views: 6315

sorry, the photo didn't attach, mmmm
by Byron510
04 Jul 2003 23:48
Forum: Technical - Archive
Topic: L20b vs. Z22
Replies: 69
Views: 6315

Besides, I have that wicked wing for the 510 that blows all those kids in Richmond away!!! :twisted:
by Byron510
04 Jul 2003 23:31
Forum: Technical - Archive
Topic: L20b vs. Z22
Replies: 69
Views: 6315

No way dude, gotta run the 510 - caging the 240 was seriously thought about at one point, but those cars are just too fat!! The 510 has 800 lbs less material in it! weight is not your friend, no matter what your uncle's, brother's cousin says!
by Byron510
04 Jul 2003 23:17
Forum: Technical - Archive
Topic: L20b vs. Z22
Replies: 69
Views: 6315

I still have one - it's going ice racing!!
by Byron510
04 Jul 2003 23:13
Forum: Technical - Archive
Topic: L20b vs. Z22
Replies: 69
Views: 6315

Cost, no doubt - the money thing!!
by Byron510
04 Jul 2003 23:11
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: air care
Replies: 33
Views: 2251

Nope, a retarded timing makes the hydrocarbons drop - don't ask why, but it has to so with a colder burning cycle - the more advanced, the hotter the cycle (which would make sence for detonation and pre-ignition if you think about it) These tips were really ment for the 510, but all info is transfer...

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