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by NVMYGTZ
Tue Mar 19, 2002 6:23 pm
Forum: Suspension and Brakes Archive
Topic: Tierod ends and balljoints
Replies: 13
Views: 4127

Tierod ends and balljoints

Eh' There is only one ball joint on the Beretta. You can usualy get the ball joint free by wacking the side of the control arm with a hammer. You can drill out the rivet from ether side top or bottom. I also found the using Dremil(sp) and cutting a X on the top helps much like a grinder. You will ha...
by NVMYGTZ
Mon Mar 11, 2002 9:01 am
Forum: Suspension and Brakes Archive
Topic: Cross-drilled slotted rotors
Replies: 17
Views: 5864

Cross-drilled slotted rotors

Yea that sounds fine man,
I need to get off my lazy azz and pull the tranny & 1/2 shafts tonight.
Everything else is done.
by NVMYGTZ
Mon Mar 11, 2002 5:15 am
Forum: Suspension and Brakes Archive
Topic: Cross-drilled slotted rotors
Replies: 17
Views: 5864

Cross-drilled slotted rotors

Yes Pads, Pads, Pads!!!
Green stuff, Perf Friction, Exc....
by NVMYGTZ
Mon Mar 04, 2002 6:25 am
Forum: Suspension and Brakes Archive
Topic: Stainless steel brakeline
Replies: 3
Views: 2492

Stainless steel brakeline

No one makes stainless lines for the Beretta is of right now but, Curtis is working on Stainless lines for that application. Also I beleave E have found a Co. that will make Stainless hard lines. Now when you replace your fluid the best bang for the buck is the highest DOT rated Ford Fluid(Yea I sai...
by NVMYGTZ
Mon Mar 04, 2002 6:16 am
Forum: Suspension and Brakes Archive
Topic: Cross-drilled slotted rotors
Replies: 17
Views: 5864

Cross-drilled slotted rotors

Now I agree that slotted & cross drilled look very nice but......... I will second that on the cross drilled rotors cracking. There was a good write-up in Grass Roots on how the new pads do not need slots or cross drilling for venting the gas. One thing that will help improve you brake pad/rotor lif...
by NVMYGTZ
Mon Mar 04, 2002 6:05 am
Forum: Suspension and Brakes Archive
Topic: Control arm bushings
Replies: 9
Views: 3728

Control arm bushings

Putting poly bushings in is no big deal once the control arm is removed. The easiest way to remove the control arm is by removing the sub frame. There are only 6 bolts on each side. Plus what ever motor mounts you have (dependent on year/model). I popped mine out with a BFH and an old socket and a p...
by NVMYGTZ
Sat Mar 02, 2002 2:25 pm
Forum: Suspension and Brakes Archive
Topic: Is the direct acting swaybar better?
Replies: 6
Views: 3206

Is the direct acting swaybar better?

Dang sorry abotu the lack of reply, The way the GTZ mounts to the strut. It is more effective, more to the effect of 2 to 1. Plus the lighter weight and more compact size of the GTZ bar. You can buy a bolt-on mount to use the direct acting bar on any strut. I belive it was used in 90 I don not have ...
by NVMYGTZ
Sun Feb 24, 2002 3:57 pm
Forum: Exhaust Archive
Topic: New manafold+downpipe
Replies: 13
Views: 5297

New manafold+downpipe

The 92 & earler down pipe is NOT 2.5" it is the same as the rest of the exhaust 2.25 I think There is a heat shield that is 2.5" right at the start of the down pipe. Mantaparts unit is a fabbed 2.5 unit with the stock flange & ported out to match the 2.5" down pipe. The stock flange I.D. is smaller ...
by NVMYGTZ
Fri Feb 22, 2002 9:58 pm
Forum: Suspension and Brakes Archive
Topic: Eibach springs
Replies: 10
Views: 3731

Eibach springs

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by NVMYGTZ
Tue Feb 05, 2002 1:09 am
Forum: Suspension and Brakes Archive
Topic: Something in the way
Replies: 3
Views: 2376

Something in the way

On your 95 I'm guessing it's the plastic clip that holds the wire bundle to the firewall by the heater fan. As the new Beretta's did not have firewall covers You can take sone neadle nose plyers and pinch the barbed prong and push it bach thru the hole then just go on the opposite side of the bracke...

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