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    Quote Originally Posted by inis View Post
    old forks are broken from operator error also, I've been doing zx2's and escorts a long long time. Never had an issue with forks.

    Then you must not be racing them , but my ? is what about the past 3yrs or do have another zx2? Ive broken quite a few but I drive my car hard on a friday night I usally race it 10-20 times
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    Quote Originally Posted by gt35r zx2 View Post
    Then you must not be racing them , but my ? is what about the past 3yrs or do have another zx2? Ive broken quite a few but I drive my car hard on a friday night I usally race it 10-20 times
    I've been to both the track and also street racing. Never ever had an issue. My zx2 hasn't moved in 2 1/2 yrs.... doubt i'll have a problem though.

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    Can a mod move this to the knowledge base...

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