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This is a discussion on Twistedphrame's almost a real boy now!(build thread) within the Builds forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by Mikie13 One's curved. Sometimes things just seem a little too obvious, thanks haha...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    One's curved.
    Sometimes things just seem a little too obvious, thanks haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by twistedphrame View Post
    Sometimes things just seem a little too obvious, thanks haha
    Hahaha I had to
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    Got myself some whiteline sways (24mm adj front 22 adj rear) and Kartboy endlinks
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    looks good

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    cars looking good...you gonna be at victory in a couple weeks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by spirited09wrx View Post
    cars looking good...you gonna be at victory in a couple weeks?
    Definitely, I think my friend finally stopped being a looser so she'll be with me as well.

    Does your clutch still have 0 resistance to push it down?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twistedphrame View Post
    Definitely, I think my friend finally stopped being a looser so she'll be with me as well.

    Does your clutch still have 0 resistance to push it down?
    no thank god...its tightened up a bit, but the engage point is like 1/2-1 inch higher than it was before so I had to get used to it again, but im almost back to before
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    Quote Originally Posted by spirited09wrx View Post
    no thank god...its tightened up a bit, but the engage point is like 1/2-1 inch higher than it was before so I had to get used to it again, but im almost back to before
    I'm honestly incredibly impressed that you managed to even drive it like that.

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    OK so some nice suspension work is done! Have you gotten your Tactrix cable yet Jordan?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    OK so some nice suspension work is done! Have you gotten your Tactrix cable yet Jordan?
    nope not yet, haven't done anything power wise yet. I'm getting more and more anxious to start building some power though.

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    Power is addictive

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    Yeah that's part of the problem haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowpr View Post
    Power is addictive
    Luckily I know that I don't have the funds, and some how im able to resist buying power I can't afford
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    So I'm wondering what the pros over the AP the tactrix cable has over the Ap if I need to buy a laptop to actually use it. I've read a bunch of the tactrix vs Ap articles and I (personally) really don't need a lot of the features that an AP has that something like Romraider doesn't. But if I'm spending close to $400 (with a laptop) for a tactrix cable why not just go the bit extra for the ease of use of the AP?

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    Ease of use for a Tactrix cable is just as easy. You ultimately could get more features just cause of the logging abilities alone using Open Source. AP doesn't have that. Plus, you have the ability to get a lot better maps, internet/e-tunes for great prices, and so on, more tailored to your car than the basic OTS maps from the AP.

    PS Edit...you'll also now have a nice new laptop to use for other things than tuning purposes as well.
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