ST225 - Dem CV's Man

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ST225 - Dem CV's Man

Post by Not_Sean » Wed Apr 10, 2019 6:26 am

Hey again guys,

so cars Gutted and Cages and all that other Goodness for Time attack over here.

But got a Question regarding CV's. Been seeing a lot of chatter over in the Oz community, (They call them XR5's the dirty Heathens) on guys going through CV's

Now a few of them seem to be launching the cars hard and so on, but since we got tons of Current and Ex ST225 owners who did bits of everything, just looking for some info on all this, and what were some of the remedies, The other one I'm hearing is lowering the cars is what puts it out as the shaft needs to be like 5mm longer just so when lowered it sits a bit more comfortably.

Again, looking for thoughts and opinions from guys who have gone through all of this.
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Re: ST225 - Dem CV's Man

Post by convict 66 » Sat Apr 13, 2019 10:10 am

think the dreamscience guys made a solution sean

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Re: ST225 - Dem CV's Man

Post by motor1 » Sun Apr 14, 2019 9:50 pm

They did, but not cheap. Custom made shafts. Contact PDubs on here
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