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Old 09-23-2013, 07:22 PM   #1
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While I do Longtubes Iam going to replace my

Exedy stage 2 Clutch
FRPP Flywheel
New Pilot / TOB

I was going to drop the K member and wanted to replace it while I have it out , does anyone recommend a drag racing k member ?

I've seen UPR - 360.00
Americanmuscle - QA1 - 250.00
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Old 09-23-2013, 11:35 PM   #2
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Don't mm have one
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[QUOTE="1lowGT;1806289"]Don't mm have one[/QUOTE
Yes it's 700
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Yes they do I had the mm k member on my 2v
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While I do Longtubes Iam going to replace my

Exedy stage 2 Clutch
FRPP Flywheel
New Pilot / TOB

I was going to drop the K member and wanted to replace it while I have it out , does anyone recommend a drag racing k member ?

I've seen UPR - 360.00
Americanmuscle - QA1 - 250.00
If your car is a DD, then don't get a K-member that is more for drag racing!.. Make sure you get one that can handle the abuse from being a DD.
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Old 09-24-2013, 09:33 AM   #6
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While I do Longtubes Iam going to replace my

Exedy stage 2 Clutch
FRPP Flywheel
New Pilot / TOB

I was going to drop the K member and wanted to replace it while I have it out , does anyone recommend a drag racing k member ?

I've seen UPR - 360.00
Americanmuscle - QA1 - 250.00
The three K-members you have listed in here will all do the trick for you. I ran a QA1 K-member on my 2004 Mach 1 and I enjoyed it a lot. It definitely lightened up for the front end and gave me a ton of clearance to install my long tubes!

I don't think you can go wrong with any of the listed K-members. Let me know if you have any questions or if I can be of any assistance!

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Old 09-24-2013, 10:23 AM   #7
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He's wanting to get his car more drag set up. I would say you could still dd it. Especially if he's wanting to get his car better at the track.
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UPR, lightest one out there and you can get the whole coilover front setup for $700 including the A arms and springs and err-thang. LOTS of ppl running around with them for DDs, I've even seen pics of wrecks where the whole front end of the car was torn up except the UPR K member. They are plenty durable. Make sure you get it in Chromoly.

If you just get the one with the spring perches, its good too but you can't beat the deal they have on the coilover K member kit.

I would only get the MM one for a car setup to go around corners, its not needed for a drag car or one that is going to keep the stock suspension setup.
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Old 09-24-2013, 03:02 PM   #9
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UPR, lightest one out there and you can get the whole coilover front setup for $700 including the A arms and springs and err-thang. LOTS of ppl running around with them for DDs, I've even seen pics of wrecks where the whole front end of the car was torn up except the UPR K member. They are plenty durable. Make sure you get it in Chromoly. If you just get the one with the spring perches, its good too but you can't beat the deal they have on the coilover K member kit. I would only get the MM one for a car setup to go around corners, its not needed for a drag car or one that is going to keep the stock suspension setup.
Thanks I'll look into that right now
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You will have to supply your own coilover shocks IIRC but it'll still be way cheaper than anything else. Or just get the one with the perches and swap your stuff over.
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