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Old 03-08-2010, 11:43 AM   #91 (permalink)

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Default Re: ST2 LT In Progress - Help me overcome its flaws :)

Thanks for all the photo's! It helps me a lot to get a clear view of several thinks like your shifting mount. I think I will build mine the same way. It looks good but is it functional as well? Does it work always?

Do you still have some pictures of your crash during your build-up?


And where did you get your pedalbox? I've searched a bit but I can't find a cheap floor mounted pedalbox in Europe

I will contact the shock company very soon... I'm curious about the costs...

Have fun with your ST2!
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Hi Wyatt,

There are actually two radiators - one on each side. I was struggeling to get a large enough radiator to fit and I was a bit worried that I would be cooked if the radiator were to spring a leak, so, I opted mount them down low...

The a-arms are zinc-electroplated resist corrosion - it's wet, cold and muddy around here


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I thought the second one was an oil cooler. Looks awseome. Keep the pics coming
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Appletree automotive on ebay sells pedal setups, though not exactly cheap.
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Thanks Guys!


Yeah i'll probably shoot some more video in a couple of weeks - weather is horrible right now and i need to install the jackshaft, pack the cv's with grease, install braided brakelines and brake bias valve for the front calipers and reroute the throttle cable. And then there are the other toys that needs some love before good weather arrives...

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