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nonrisca
2003.05.23, 07:18 PM
Thanks to arch2b in helping me to decide whether or not the square inch up wheel would fit. I lowered the suspension by one and a half round and now this LC OV does cornering really well on road. The overland seemed to lose its speed when I changed the wheel but after I lowered it, it goes back to the normal speed. I will get another overland for off road. Btw does anyone know where to buy square inch up wheel, I want to buy the gold one. Let me know if any of you want to sell it.

nonrisca
2003.05.23, 07:20 PM
Front view of the Land

nonrisca
2003.05.23, 07:21 PM
View from the back

nonrisca
2003.05.23, 07:22 PM
Inside the shell

MazdaSpeedRX-7
2003.05.23, 07:57 PM
YEA SON, WAY TO KEEP IT GANGSTA!

bdreeft
2003.05.23, 08:17 PM
did you cut coils? I just limited the stroke. b

arch2b
2003.05.23, 08:28 PM
i'm not a fan of lowered truck, but damn...squares look good on anything! are you getting the gold 10 spoke or mesh? i think the silver mesh would look good!

nonrisca
2003.05.23, 08:29 PM
To bdreeft, Yes I did cut the coil to lower it. How did you limited the stroke

To mazdaspeedrx7, where did you buy your square inch up wheels?

nonrisca
2003.05.23, 08:31 PM
arch2b, I am looking for squarei nch up nsx style. Btw do you know how to place order at kd racing. I saw you overland picture on that site.
I ordered bb a week ago. Does bb improve the ov speed?

arch2b
2003.05.23, 08:37 PM
which site?-email me....

ball bearings...?!?they give you longer run times and maybe slightly increase speed...all around better for you z.

bdreeft
2003.05.23, 10:28 PM
i had extra shrink wrap for battery wires and just cut peices to lenght and put them over the shafts before the shaft drops through the shock. that way, you don't cut anything and regret it later. plus, it increases the tension on the spring since it is now even more compressed. b