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Parts Identification

Post by Sypher » Mon May 21, 2012 1:55 am

Anyone know what these are exactly/where they came from?
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Re: Parts Identification

Post by SFC K » Mon May 21, 2012 2:02 am

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Re: Parts Identification

Post by Halgar » Mon May 21, 2012 2:04 am

Those hold the thromboid frambulator from oscillating around the central power distribution hub. I see that these are the upgraded dielectric frambulator oscillation arresters, which is a big improvement over the stock supplied units.

Another option would be dynamic sinusoidal suppression actuators. They're kind of pricey, but well worth it if you want to be certain that the central power distribution hub remains in static union.

Any other questions?
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Re: Parts Identification

Post by SFC K » Mon May 21, 2012 2:06 am

Halgar wrote:Those hold the thromboid frambulator from oscillating around the central power distribution hub. I see that these are the upgraded dielectric frambulator oscillation arresters, which is a big improvement over the stock supplied units.

Another option would be dynamic sinusoidal suppression actuators. They're kind of pricey, but well worth it if you want to be certain that the central power distribution hub remains in static union.

Any other questions?
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Re: Parts Identification

Post by Sypher » Mon May 21, 2012 2:28 am

Halgar wrote:Those hold the thromboid frambulator from oscillating around the central power distribution hub. I see that these are the upgraded dielectric frambulator oscillation arresters, which is a big improvement over the stock supplied units.

Another option would be dynamic sinusoidal suppression actuators. They're kind of pricey, but well worth it if you want to be certain that the central power distribution hub remains in static union.

Any other questions?


WHY did I not know that! :lol:
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Re: Parts Identification

Post by Sypher » Mon May 21, 2012 2:31 am

SFC K wrote:The top ones are these...

http://www.clodparts.com/products/suspension/24.html

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Re: Parts Identification

Post by Halgar » Mon May 21, 2012 2:55 am

Sypher wrote:WHY did I not know that! :lol:
Don't be too hard on yourself, it's something that's easily missed unless you've had frambulator oscillation issues. I really only know what they are because it happened to me. Back then we didn't have the fancy aftermarket upgrades that there are today, I had to use shoe goo and zip ties to hold an anti-rotational support rod to the back of the distribution hub. That took care of the sinusoidal oscillations, but the harmonic wave fronts started rearing their ugly head.

PM me your email and I can send you a better explanation of the issue. I can't post it here or 132NHAF will get mad. :mrgreen:
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Re: Parts Identification

Post by Sypher » Mon May 21, 2012 9:45 pm

Halgar wrote:
Sypher wrote:WHY did I not know that! :lol:
, but the harmonic wave fronts started rearing their ugly head.

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Oh don't even get me started on those... :lol:
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Re: Parts Identification

Post by Halgar » Mon May 21, 2012 9:55 pm

Get you started?!? I can't even say it! :shock: :mrgreen: :lol:
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Re: Parts Identification

Post by vonclod » Tue May 22, 2012 12:10 am

Halgar wrote:Those hold the thromboid frambulator from oscillating around the central power distribution hub. I see that these are the upgraded dielectric frambulator oscillation arresters, which is a big improvement over the stock supplied units.

Another option would be dynamic sinusoidal suppression actuators. They're kind of pricey, but well worth it if you want to be certain that the central power distribution hub remains in static union.

Any other questions?
arent those the reciporacating dingle arm mounts?
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Re: Parts Identification

Post by HawnMT » Tue May 22, 2012 12:49 am

They're both pretty much the same things. The top ones are just for shocks but the bottom ones mount in the same place but can be used to mount both shocks and the lower links if you drill the extra holes.
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Re: Parts Identification

Post by Diamond Dave » Tue May 22, 2012 1:22 am

You sure they are not CF servo mounts/brackets?

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Re: Parts Identification

Post by Halgar » Tue May 22, 2012 2:15 am

vonclod wrote:arent those the reciporacating dingle arm mounts?
Dingle arms don't reciprocate. :roll: :wink: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Parts Identification

Post by vonclod » Tue May 22, 2012 2:30 am

Halgar wrote:
vonclod wrote:arent those the reciporacating dingle arm mounts?
Dingle arms don't reciprocate. :roll: :wink: :lol: :lol:
well then i,m totally confused :oops: :shock: :lol:
i thought they were dingle are mounts..which i,m sure you know are necassary to syncronize cardinal grammeters :lol:
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Re: Parts Identification

Post by Halgar » Tue May 22, 2012 3:35 am

I can see your confusion, cardinal grammeters have nothing to do with thromboid frambulators. I'm beginning to think that you wouldn't know a canuter valve from a transverse differentiator.

FWIW, canuter valves are what control the venturi aperture of a cardinal grammeter generator. The combined inductive reluctance of its input/output parameters can vary by as much as 14.2 pyrons before degernerative fistulization occurs in the transverse differentiator. Transverse differentiators equalize the fluidic compensators across the kinetic transducer modules.
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