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  1. #1

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    Avalanche steering question

    So as i was checking into this i found where someone posted that XTM made the upgrade for the steering link. I went to this link http://xtm-dealer.com/zencart/index....roducts_id=721. My problem is that it wont let me order anything off of that site even though i signed up and all. It keeps saying approval pending. Now i dont know what exactly that means. So can someone help me out by sending me a link to one of these things that i can buy PLEASE? I bent my arm today and i bent it back but im not sure how long its going to last.


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    Johnas

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    RE: Avalanche steering question

    did you call him? His name is John and he has his shop number on his home page under about us.
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    RE: Avalanche steering question

    John's a great guy, and he'll hook you up if you contact him.
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    RE: Avalanche steering question

    I might have to get one of those as well it looks pretty nice. Do you guys know of any other good Avalanche upgrades that other companies make? I still need a good pipe!

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    RE: Avalanche steering question

    The Losi pipe for the LST2 sounds like nothing else I've heard, and seems to work pretty well too. Of course, it's probably no different from the SH torque pipe, but it sure sounds different to me. I've had them both, but not on the same engine... similar ones, though. The Jammin' and Ofna pipes are pretty popular with most racers, though. I've got the 086 on my Picco P3 and it works quite well.
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    RE: Avalanche steering question


    ORIGINAL: Chubbysdad

    did you call him? His name is John and he has his shop number on his home page under about us.
    It keeps telling me access denied when i try to go to the home page. Is he on here? Id really like to contact him.

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    RE: Avalanche steering question

    RCLynx, or you could try phoning him like Chubbysdad suggests.
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