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Brypar billet uprights.....so it's happening

- - - - - brypar uprights wider wheels

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did we confirm if brake cooling is possible w/the new upright?



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Cooling will be coming, we've incorporated mounting points. Tossing up how to go about this... considering allowing people to make their own from plans we provide, or going the whole hog and manufacturing. Just worried about cost with low volume...


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Steering point is in the factory position but can be adjusted 15mm either up or down to dial out unwanted bump steer. The great thing about having this removable is that new steer clevis' can be manufactured if anyone ever wants to change steering ratio, ackerman etc. Please also note the kit comes with replacement tie rods to suit.

 

thats so awesome!  I have no idea what you just said (googling Ackerman) but excited!


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So good news!

Sent the prototype to ehyman
He is running 345/18 on 18x12 inch wheels with 8" back spacing under stock fenders.

Looks like the Brypar upright will offer more clearance!
He wants to double check it with his shock clearance though and I don't mind someone double checking that, but if its like the video we posted it should clear.

Great news to those wanting run wide tires under stock fenders!

He also mentioned that drag racers might have a benefit as it would allow people to run 17" up front?

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Oh he did mention that sometime he would get rub on the swaybar but will see if ehyman can chime in

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jesus those are some fat ass tires.


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jesus those are some fat ass tires.


You got to love fatties ;)

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That's great news. By the eye-o-meter looks like you'd easily be able to run 18x12.5 with the same rubber and possibly get some responsiveness benefits.

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