Hey guys, I was wondering what size of bore and stroke the ram used was. I'd like to set this system up on my RC. P.S. Great tech info!!!!
I thought that the 1.5x 8 ram would be cheaper too. All I could find price wise was 100.00 and up. That was for a welded cylinder Imho that welded cylinder wasn't made as well as the 2" ram I am currently using.Trailduster79 said:How about a cheap 1.5 inch ram??
Paid 54 for my 2 inch, and would expect to pay less for an 1.5 inch ram
How is that ram speed wise? Since I do drive my vehicle on the street alot. (I know I need to fix the streetpart) In the snow I have found that if I get into a spin I can't counter steer as fast as I would like becase of interferance from the ram.PJTPW said:I'm using a 1.75" ram from West Texas Offroad. I felt like it was a good compromise between speed and strength. But with a modded powersteering pump, I can easily turn 44's @ 6lbs at idle while sitting still.
That is good information I will probably switch rams before it snows.PJTPW said:It's been plenty fast for me. I've done sand dunes, windy washes, and drove it on the street and it seemed fine. I haven't really done any emergency manuvers, so I don't know what to tell you there. I do like to really haul offroad sometimes, and it steers plenty fast at speed.
Matt (from WTO) said the 1.75 is the biggest he recommends for any street time.