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 Post subject: Re: KK SFA, 60 FR, 70 RR, 42" MTR's
PostPosted: Tue Oct 08, 2013 10:07 pm 
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Thanks, I will have to make something like that.. Yours looks good and strong :mrgreen: It wont be long till i'll be making one.

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 Post subject: Re: KK SFA, 60 FR, 70 RR, 42" MTR's
PostPosted: Thu Nov 28, 2013 3:08 pm 
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Ditched the front drive flanges for a set of Warn premium hubs and took it for it's first real highway ride. 65 mph, drives fantastic but really needs a speedometer. Nothing much else has changed but I am working it out for a road trip. Was going to try to make Uwharrie, NC before the seasonal closure but I may not make it. The transmission shifts good but is a little sensitive to kickdown needs, it'll kickdown a little sooner than you would expect but that's better than a lazy shift. The wheel speed sensor addition will fine tune that. The brakes work very well, was worried at first about the difference between the size of the calipers and rear wheel cylinders. I have a couple videos of the suspension airing out on our hills. Will post some stuff as soon as we get to a real trail system with it.

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 Post subject: Re: KK SFA, 60 FR, 70 RR, 42" MTR's
PostPosted: Thu Nov 28, 2013 4:37 pm 
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Ditched the front drive flanges for a set of Warn premium hubs and took it for it's first real highway ride. 65 mph, drives fantastic but really needs a speedometer. Nothing much else has changed but I am working it out for a road trip. Was going to try to make Uwharrie, NC before the seasonal closure but I may not make it. The transmission shifts good but is a little sensitive to kickdown needs, it'll kickdown a little sooner than you would expect but that's better than a lazy shift. The wheel speed sensor addition will fine tune that. The brakes work very well, was worried at first about the difference between the size of the calipers and rear wheel cylinders. I have a couple videos of the suspension airing out on our hills. Will post some stuff as soon as we get to a real trail system with it.


I think I've asked before, but would a ScanGauge2 work for this?
We all LOVE how much our transmission downshifts in the KK. :roll:

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