Originally Posted by Soccerluvr4
Much better out there than Fays2... That's the equivalent of SR parts from AM
Bullitts are better than Bullets
I have had very good luck with my used Fays2 unit. Between my two '14s, it has seen several track weekends, not insignificant air time, won its class for the year (only faster American cars in the VA region were a pair of lovely SSP C5 Z06's), and survived a catastrophic rollover (never let someone borrow your car, it will end poorly) and was swapped to the replacement car. My only issue as an engineer regarding the design would be the lack of high misalignment Heim joints, as those would help keep the lateral location rods from tapping the body of the Heim (it would be nice if the propeller were in double shear also, but no link out there does that). Are there better options, maybe, but the list would only be Cortex or Griggs, white line has had much scarier failures than this (and more numerable). My only issue with the Griggs/ Cortex units are the diff cover pivot being impossible to mount in double shear (even if you make a cover that allows the propeller to be in double, the cover is still in single to the 8.8 housing, using mount locations which were not designed to be load bearing). There really are no perfect answers once you go off the deep end...