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    FEP Power Member dagenham's Avatar
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    Default Clutch quadrant and cable replacement

    While the dash is out and the clutch quadrant is easier to get to I want to replace the factory quadrant. I dont need top of the line as I dont race the car or anything like that. I just want the insurance of staying together. So what do you guys recommend?
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    You can go cheaper, but IMHO the Maximum Motorsports kit is the best option for any Fox.

    https://www.maximummotorsports.com/C...kage-P385.aspx
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    +1 on MM. don’t waste your hard earned money on anything else. The kits from places like UPR are JUNK!

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    Sorry Trey, I should have said what I was working on. I'm actually working on my SVO.
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    The only place I found a set up for SVOs is LMR. And it's not in stock at the moment.
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    Ok — educate everyone. What are the major differences between a V8 T5 quadrant kit and a 4cyl T5 quadrant kit and a 4cyl Turbo quadrant kit.

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    FEP Power Member dagenham's Avatar
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    The 4 cyl cables are shorter and the kit from LMR has the dog bone cable too
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    The MM kit specifically says it does NOT work on SVO's.
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