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    Q & A Thread - Post your questions here

    Hi All,

    If you have any questions regarding our products, please feel free to post them up here or you may PM me.

    Thanks
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    Do u have Front camber kit for DC2R?

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    how much for F20c 4.57 final drive shipped to Victoria 3083??
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    any updates with my order? cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by adnoh View Post
    Do u have Front camber kit for DC2R?
    Unfortunately no...


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    e240,

    i used your gearing calculator. and was wondering

    • how come fd plays role in the rpm shift landing point?

    • assuming the use of jdm k20 gearbox 6 speed
      • red is using 4.7fd

      • blue is using 5.4fd


      which one would be accelerate faster?



    edit: thanks for sharing your info.
    Last edited by mocchi; 09-10-2009 at 09:59 PM.
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    There is no oil cooler kit on the site and I pm'ed you about it a few weeks back with no response.
    a little help please?

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    Oil Cooler - Sorry man, its all out of stock...I'm checking if new stock is coming in...
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  9. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by mocchi View Post
    e240,

    i used your gearing calculator. and was wondering

    • how come fd plays role in the rpm shift landing point?

    • assuming the use of jdm k20 gearbox 6 speed
      • red is using 4.7fd

      • blue is using 5.4fd


      which one would be accelerate faster?


    edit: thanks for sharing your info.
    Hey Sorry for the late reply - I am soo slack..LOL..

    1) going with a taller final drive gives you more torque by mechanical multiplication. The higher the ratio is, the easier it is for the drive axle to turn the wheels = faster acceleration. Your rpm shift points don't really change, but you'll find yourself shifting at a lower speed.

    2) With a shorter final drive, you achieve a higher RPM @ a lower speed, the acceleration on the 5.4 would be faster
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    installation manual for short shifter? and how tight to hold things in place?
    WTB: EK oem JDM Visors

    I love J-Cups

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    Its no different from installing a stock shifter. Nothing special and easy for DIY.
    Just make sure when bolting the shifter to the rod, that the movements don't bind.
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    Accord Vti-S turbo
    I ordered one of your LSD's through the website last Thursday, and i've been told its already arrived. Great stuff


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