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Unread 01-11-2011, 11:42 AM   #41
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T.Dawg, do they make a "Super Sport" a-arm lift for the Precedent, or is the Allsports 6" a-arm lift basically the same animal? I'm chompin at the bit to lift my '07 Precedent, but I gotta get the $$ together first.
I'm not sure what defines "Super Sport" When I purchased my 6" All-Sports lift kit for my 06 Precedent I knew All-Sports was the answer. They have a long travel 6" and the standard 6". I bought the standard one and I couldn't be happier.
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Unread 01-11-2011, 12:02 PM   #42
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https://www.3rsalesandservice.com/ca...SM-CLKSSB6.htm

According to this All-Sport's "Super Sport" lift is a slight step up from the standard a-arm lift kit they offer, but I don't think they make the SS for the Precedent yet. It doesn't matter though, the 6" a-arm is all I need. I'm glad to hear you are pleased with it, I'm sure I will be too if I can ever get the dang thing.
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Unread 01-11-2011, 09:50 PM   #43
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I looked at their page. Although the 6" Precedent lift kit doesn't say "Super Sport" it looks much more like the DS SuperSport kit than the standard A-Arm kit for the DS.
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Unread 01-11-2011, 10:38 PM   #44
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Cool, thanks man. I've got to get some time off of work so I can pull the cover and see exactly what kinda motor I've got in my cart. I know its a hight-speed motor, but that's all I know. Also, is there a way that I can find out what speed code my cart is set on?
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Unread 01-11-2011, 11:10 PM   #45
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When you put the lift kit in the front what do you do with the rear to make the cart look fairly level.
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Unread 01-12-2011, 04:33 PM   #46
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Cool, thanks man. I've got to get some time off of work so I can pull the cover and see exactly what kinda motor I've got in my cart. I know its a hight-speed motor, but that's all I know. Also, is there a way that I can find out what speed code my cart is set on?
The only way to check and see what code it's set on is to have a dealer plug in a programmer and tell you. Also, a high speed motor on a Precedent, or any IQ car for that matter, is completely worthless without some sort of speed sensor modification. The car will only go as fast as the speed sensor and speed code will allow it to. If you've got a high speed motor with a modified sensor then the speed code may be completely irrelevant as it's "bypassed" or "tricked" in a sense as to what speed it's actually running.
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The only way to check and see what code it's set on is to have a dealer plug in a programmer and tell you. Also, a high speed motor on a Precedent, or any IQ car for that matter, is completely worthless without some sort of speed sensor modification. The car will only go as fast as the speed sensor and speed code will allow it to. If you've got a high speed motor with a modified sensor then the speed code may be completely irrelevant as it's "bypassed" or "tricked" in a sense as to what speed it's actually running.
Hey man, thanks for the info. I gotta do some investigatin' when I get some time off from work. I don't know what exactly what I've got... I do know that it'll run in the upper 20's and topped out at 32mph on a slight down hill grade according to my gps.

Thanks again for the input.
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32 mph on a slight down hill. Dang, your cart is on roids!
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Unread 01-13-2011, 01:23 PM   #49
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Ha! It'll run.... I just need to figure out the torque situation for when I lift it and put 23's on it. I'm runnin' with 12' wheels and lo-pro tires right now.
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Unread 01-13-2011, 06:28 PM   #50
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my buddies got our same cart with 14' rims 23' tires and hs motor. Let me tell you, he is right their with me. He has plenty or torque considering hes running stock controller. Lift it and put the 23's, good luck.
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