January 23rd, 2009, 17:25
Re: Trans ?
Thanks Brian. I just may need some help with this soon. I'm pretty sure we can match the gear ratios were used to running in buggies.
Originally Posted by Pro-Lite Brian
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January 23rd, 2009, 19:43
Re: Trans ?
Brian is one of the best when it comes to Prolite info. Be very glad he offered to help.
Call Bubba at G-Force, only Bubba.
I also used to hear of problems with G-Force but have never had any problems after talking with Bubba.
Gold Star is a great company and you will always talk directly to Burt the owner, the best cusomer service ever. His clutch and disk set is very reasonably priced and the most widely used.
It is best in my opinion use the most commonly used parts so you can borrow and loan parts to other racers.
The majority of G-force trans being used have the Ford sized nose cone and a bell housing depth of 6.6 inches with a chevy fine/26 spline input shaft. The throw out that is most common is the tilton 61-400. The starter that is most common is the Hi torque ImI-101 its the same one used in most buggys.
If its a Ford we make a bellhousing kit.
Sickrick, and the Displaced Desert Racers.
Not sick in that "extreme" kind of way, its more of a weak stomach thing.