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Old 2015.05.31, 06:25 PM   #16
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It took for a while to make them available again. Special thanks for everyone that encouraged me to make a second run of them. Now it looks I can make a third run soon

There is plans to make also some additional parts available. The first one will be adjustable bottom magnets that makes magnetic force adjustment easier and more precise and works perfectly with existing LeViteZer parts.
The new part sounds good.

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Old 2015.06.12, 01:24 PM   #17
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Hey Everyone!
The LeViteZer products have arrived in the US! Both the LeViteZer Mini-Z MR-03 Alloy Anti Roll Front Suspension System and the LeViteZer Mini-Z MR-03W Anti Roll Front Suspension System Optional Additional Magnet Set V2 are in stock at and ready to ship!
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Old 2015.11.13, 11:45 AM   #18
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How is this performing compared to double a arms?
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Old 2015.11.13, 11:58 AM   #19
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Everbody will argue on this subject. I like both but prefer A arm.

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Old 2015.11.13, 12:08 PM   #20
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I prefer the LeViteZer. I have not had a single incidence of traction roll since installing after it was first released. Now it is on everything except for my box stock. Doesn't matter how tall the tires are or what the ride height or roll center is. Shiney side up every corner. If I were still running the 02 chassis it would be the double A arm for sure.
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Old 2015.11.13, 12:57 PM   #21
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Looks and sounds great!
Will try it out for sure.
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Old 2015.11.14, 01:59 AM   #22
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I have yet to see a magnet front end car go faster than me

Honestly it is just a front end, its what the driver makes of it. I have seen many people drop hundreds if not almost a thousand bucks building A-Arm MRX lipo rockets that absolutely are trash compared to other cars with identical suspension components. You have to understand how to get the most out of the front and have to be a good driver to really do that (and that only comes with many hours of practice and testing and searching the forums for helpful advice lol)

For me the magnets and the expense turn me away but I am sure its just like any front end if you get it right with the setup.

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Old 2015.11.14, 03:57 PM   #23
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Maybe you should give LeViteZer front a try. It is easy to setup and does not need much maintenance,

and it is fast

Double a-arm is good too, but on my opinion more difficult to set up to work good and requires more maintenance to keep it working good.

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