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Old 08-29-2012, 01:26 PM   #1
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LighTech Magnesium OR delrin Sliders

after much research I found that the best non-cut frame slider for 04-05 is the LighTech brand.. I noticed tehy make two types of sliders
Magnesium and delrin

I cant seem to find any info online on which one I should get and both pucks look the same

anyone has any info
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Old 08-29-2012, 01:40 PM   #2
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motovation is the best no cut brand for the 04-05. lightech only mounts in one location where the motovations mount in multiple.
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motovation is the best no cut brand for the 04-05. lightech only mounts in one location where the motovations mount in multiple.
uh no..lightech bolts on to Two bolt locations
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ok then. let me be a bit more specific for you. on the clutch side, it really doesnt matter what you have on there. if it bends or flexes, the most you are going to have to do is replace the clutch cover. very easy and not hard to get to at all.

on the stator side, you have to worry about the water jacket that is located right under the frame. if a frame slider is located over it (as every brand is) if the slider collapses in, you have to replace the water jacket. not a very expensive part, but you have to drop the motor to get to the very top bolt.

with the lightech slider, it mounts to the frame. yes it is physically bolted in two locations to help with front to back collapse, but it has no support on the bottom end to keep the slider from collapsing into the water jacket. the motovation kit does. its mounted in multiple locations.
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After putting out magnesium fires on the flightdeck (by pushing the planes over the side) I cringe at the thought of magnesium sliding. I know it's probably safe but you would feel the same way if you saw what that shit does when it burns.
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ok then. let me be a bit more specific for you. on the clutch side, it really doesnt matter what you have on there. if it bends or flexes, the most you are going to have to do is replace the clutch cover. very easy and not hard to get to at all.

on the stator side, you have to worry about the water jacket that is located right under the frame. if a frame slider is located over it (as every brand is) if the slider collapses in, you have to replace the water jacket. not a very expensive part, but you have to drop the motor to get to the very top bolt.

with the lightech slider, it mounts to the frame. yes it is physically bolted in two locations to help with front to back collapse, but it has no support on the bottom end to keep the slider from collapsing into the water jacket. the motovation kit does. its mounted in multiple locations.
Ok thanks for the input..

so I guess the lighttech would be #2 best sliders for 04-05 ?

I tried looking and cant find pics of how the bracket and actually how the motovation sliders look like for 04-05 Where do I buy them anyways if I decide to get those instead of lighttech
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Just get the cut style sliders.

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I dont wanna cut my $%&t



wait is teh Motovation Frame Sliders not non-cut ?

I cant find non cut anywhere.....
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we have sold motovation stuff for years. pricing inbound.
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