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Author Topic:   Sliders ????
12modracer
Member
posted January 17, 2004 05:27 PM
What is the best slider to use??? Has anyone ever used the outlaw sliders? Thanks in advance.


midmod34
Member
posted January 17, 2004 07:25 PM
bilstein coil over eliminators its a 0-valve shock with a coil over kit for 5 inch springs


TRM38
Member
posted January 17, 2004 11:34 PM
Know where we can get a look at the Bilstein? How about a pic.


12modracer
Member
posted January 18, 2004 07:44 AM
Midmod where can you get the bilstein sliders?


tdevans
Member
posted January 18, 2004 08:18 AM
i got mine in a round about way but i believe that lou fegars racing in delano mn is carring them now I been waiting for a ruling from wissota on there legality. for our class


fr1
Member
posted January 18, 2004 05:41 PM
the TWM's are great $129.99 each

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STICK01
Member
posted January 19, 2004 07:57 AM
for a picture of the bilstein sliders - Made and distributed by Voigt Racing, Inc. as "The Easy Slide" out of Marine, IL.

go to www.voigtracing.com or see the pic to the side

One picture is of the complete slider and the other is a picture of the stamping that allow sanctions, IMCA, WISSOTA, UMP to determine that they are legal and have no dampening or rebound force.

Mark Voigt is the sole builder of these by way of Bilstein. They may be imitated by cannot be duplicated, if it is not stamped it is not a legal slider from Voigt Racing, Inc.

STICK

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3dracer
Member
posted January 19, 2004 11:07 AM
I can guarantee that no-one can get a better price than the dealers who by them in quantity or from Mark, himself. I am as close to Mark as you can get from a racers perspective. They are not cheap but they are worth the $$. If you call Mark when he gets back from Arizona, tell him that Stick sent you and you may get some $$ off or free shipping.

STICK

12modracer
Member
posted January 19, 2004 12:40 PM
Stick what kind of price are we talking?


MD
Member
posted January 20, 2004 12:18 AM
If you look at the info on Voigt's site, his aren't the only ones that are legal. He states his are legal by the stamp AND by removing and demonstrating that there is no damping. Any rebuildable steel shock that will accept a coilover could be modified to work. Is or can the coilover add on be alluminum? Legaly?


STICK01
Member
posted January 20, 2004 08:20 AM
MD - No I believe that the only way a steel shock with the coil-over kit is "legal" with any of the sanctioning bodies is if it has the VRI stamping on it. Mark agreed to do it this way so that the tech inspectors could easily identify the non-dampening "dummy" shock. They cannot have aluminum by most sanctioning bodies, and they come standard with Steel threaded coilover kit and steel coilover nut.

if you have any other questions please feel free to e-mail, post, or PM me.

STICK

MD
Member
posted January 21, 2004 12:33 AM
Thanks, looks like the way to go to me.


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