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    Quote Originally Posted by chris86 View Post
    Wow! That's interesting.
    Yes it is, you're not running a crank trigger right? You have a dual sync? I imagine there were some crazy harmonics going on with the stock balancer.
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    Still running the the TFI,Raymond. Yes, crazy harmonics! I figured it was a TFI thing and was thinking I'd grab a dual sync at some point.

    Something else I noticed tonight and just now figured out - the 1-2 shift at low to med speeds was hanging/late, where it didn't before the Fluidampr. So, the Quick4 was also effected by the lumpy RPM signal.
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    Darn near everything take RPM input for calc's. You are going to notice all kinds of things.
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    That's really cool about the balancer. Having hard data on a balancer like that is something I have never seen before. And I have read tons of threads with nothing but opinions this way and that about what balancer to get. So many keyboard cowboys throw around about how fluidampr and ATI are overpriced and don't really do anything. That graph right there is all the justification I need.

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    Lowered the back 1/2". Think I'm going to go another 1/2". Ordered a set of CalTracs,will be here next week. Hoping to get a little hook help on the street.


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    Sits perfect!

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    Sits really good. What did you do the get 1/2?
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    Quote Originally Posted by droppedf100 View Post
    Sits really good. What did you do the get 1/2?
    1/2" blocks. Not sure if I want to run a 1" or not, will be experimenting with the front spring mount height with the Caltracs so might end up lower that way.
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    Started on the Caltracs tonight. Pass side done. The lower links are too long at 23" so they are sending some 22"s, a week out. A result of my low ride height I guess.




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    I had the same issue and they told me to only run 1 of the jam nuts
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    Quote Originally Posted by droppedf100 View Post
    I had the same issue and they told me to only run 1 of the jam nuts
    Yeah,thats what I did to get it mounted up. Called them and with no hassle they sent some shorter ones right out.
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    Both sides buttoned up. Mounted the lower links with one jam nut like Joe mentioned for now. Removed the 1/2" blocks and the overload spring to see how it'd sit. Seems Ok, but don't think it's as low as it was.




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    Happy to say it drives the same with the Caltracs, no noises. It does seem to hook better, but only hit about 9psi though. Think it also is a little lower with the diff rear spring set up.

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    Sits good man. My best results with the caltracs were in the top hole and about 2 flats air gap between the pin and the leaf with me sitting in the driver seat. Turbo truck may not like it the same though.

    Are you riding down to come next week? Ill only be there Saturday for the day.

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