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Old 2/5/05, 11:14 AM
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Any installs yet?
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gonna take 2 kits to do it right...
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I wouldn't waste my money on this mod unless I was going to run slicks or drag radials. No need with street tires, heating them up more than rolling them over a few times is useless. $300.00 plus install seems like a lot to do a smooth looking burnout without the drivetrain/brake wear as with powerbraking in a stick car. If you are going to compete in a bracket class or a factory stock NMRA class then this is probably a good buy from PHP. B)
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Originally posted by Blazing Saddles@February 5, 2005, 2:04 PM
Paul's High Performance sells a 2 solenoid kit.

http://secure-order-area.net/paulshp/cgi-b...d=9479655_15452
300 bucks. Now that is a hit. I will do it but will purchase parts elsewhere for a lot less. Notice the lines are not even prebent. Check out the photo on hotrod.com and you will see what I mean. I plan to use the overdrive switch with a relay for this line lock as its in the right location. Wheels will stay locked as long as you hold it in. Perfect !! I was going to use it to turn the nitrous on. OK I'll use it for both with a three way switch in the line.
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Old 2/6/05, 07:49 AM
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After seeing 2 Solenoids in the PHP kit, I'm not sure how the
Hurst kit
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T-Handle will hold up...

BTW... Any comments/advice on slicks... Have an account w/ Mickey Thompson & Goodyear?
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Originally posted by Kahdir@February 6, 2005, 8:52 AM
After seeing 2 Solenoids in the PHP kit, I'm not sure how the
Hurst kit
&
T-Handle will hold up...

BTW... Any comments/advice on slicks... Have an account w/ Mickey Thompson & Goodyear?
I saw this Hurst kit also but it liiks like a plumbing nightmare where the Pauls deal was super easy. I would pay 200 if the steel tubings were prebent because they are a b---h amd I do not want to build the tools to do the small radia.
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Originally posted by Mongoose@February 6, 2005, 6:24 PM
I saw this Hurst kit also but it liiks like a plumbing nightmare where the Pauls deal was super easy. I would pay 200 if the steel tubings were prebent because they are a b---h amd I do not want to build the tools to do the small radia.
Thanks for your info.
Any prebent tubing kits out there? or is it better to outsource a shop to do it?
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