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|04-25-2011 08:41 PM|
If I had to do it all over again I would but the
1. Upper A-arms
3.Pipe & programer.
4. sway bar
5 port +valves & Cam
But thats just me After having done it in a very different order
|04-25-2011 12:20 AM|
|Queenz700XX||get the 11/16 bar. awsome product def would have bought it before the big 3 if i would have known about it|
|04-24-2011 09:55 PM|
|Red-N-BlackXX||Yep that's them and that's a really good price too!|
|04-24-2011 09:46 PM|
Is that them? 22x9-11
|04-24-2011 09:32 PM|
|Red-N-BlackXX||I got kutters and razr's. I like the kutter rear and razr 2 front combo the best!|
|04-24-2011 09:29 PM|
|Red-N-BlackXX||I got the 9/16 and really like it!|
|04-24-2011 09:25 PM|
Sounds good. I guess it's time to break out the Debit Card tomorrow.
So Big 3, Uni Filter, 13t front are the for sures.
Now I am just down to Which size sway bar and which tires....
|04-24-2011 09:19 PM|
|Red-N-BlackXX||If your talking about hatfield McCoy rockhouse trailhead. Then you won't even need to adjust your controller. It really is easy! I bought my setup from EHS and it was plug and play. Took about an hour to install and 30 minutes of that was drinking beer! I have rode at rockhouse and I didn't need to adjust my controller. The shocks definitely help alot, but are expensive. I would get your moneys worth outta the stockers for now and upgrade when they are blown. Maybe go ahead and get the sway bar though since they are fairly inexpensive.|
|04-24-2011 09:00 PM|
Between the way bar, shocks, tires, and a arms on mine I can almost turn as tight as a solid axle and with a little front brake play I can spin it around on almost any terrain. I can even get some half assed donuts going on.
And the shocks make a night and day difference in your ride. I still have my stock shocks and when I bent the end on one of my elka's I let it sit on a jack stand for 2 weeks while I was waiting for the parts to get here because I didn't want to go back to the stock ones.
In XC racing the guys with the built bikes have problems keeping up with us on the straights but they catch us in the corners. So you don't really need more power, just need to get it to hold the trail.
|04-24-2011 08:59 PM|
The problem is buying something I am not sure and have never used.... AKA: Fuel Controller. But if it is "Super Easy" Then The Big 3 will most likely get added to the list this week.
EDIT: Also the extreme Elevation changes will be on the fly. Like in Mann at Rockhouse. Up and down the side of a mountain.
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