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    R&D sho driveline couplers

    Hey
    Have somebody tested this SHO R&D D PRO COMP. CLUTCH SAVER BILLET DRIVELINE COUPLER?
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1602
    its they worth the money?
    are they much stronger than oem?
    and have somebody destroyed the oem coupler in stock form or big boosted skiis ?
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    Thomas Wester
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    I have a set if you are interested I would let them go cheap as I ran them for less than a couple of hours then the motor had a oil problem and lost a bearing so just never installed them after that

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    i sent you a PM.
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    Bump...

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    LMK......

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    I run the Worx coupler on my FZ Its a really nice piece, very expensive but theres no way you would ever break one, i only upgraded due to having to cut my OEM Coupling off the crank.

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    okey are they like the r&d one?
    like you need a kawi rubber and what are the cost i don't found them on Jerry's shop or riva?
    where you get them?
    do you have a pic of them?
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    You dont need to use a kawasaki rubber, it utilities the stock one or you could upgrade to a Rhaas polyurethane rubber.
    http://worxracing.com.au/?q=products...oupler-wr04003

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