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Old 02-22-2015, 06:43 PM   #16096
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Hey guys, if I'm looking for more on power traction. What's the best way to go about that. The question relates to all my 210 cars.
Limit front droop, If Mm go to Rm, if Rm go to rm4. Kinda a ford or chevy question. If you post more details or your setup im sure dino or fred will be able to hook you up better.
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Old 02-22-2015, 11:41 PM   #16097
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Thanks EKT

Looking at running stock 17.5 class what size pinion do I need to use with the existing kit supplied spur
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Old 02-23-2015, 12:18 AM   #16098
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Looking at running stock 17.5 class what size pinion do I need to use with the existing kit supplied spur
I think a 32t pinion is the biggest that will fit with the supplied (81t) spur. Ideally you would want to use a 69t spur or smaller with pinions ranging from 30-36 depending on your track.
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do they make a spur that size or will other brands fit?
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Old 02-23-2015, 01:29 AM   #16100
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do they make a spur that size or will other brands fit?
Team Durango have a machined spur in that size, #TD310442. RW Racing also makes one http://www.nbhc.com.au/69t-48p-duran...r-rw4800069du/.
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Old 02-23-2015, 01:37 AM   #16101
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thanks I was just looking that up
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Old 02-23-2015, 03:51 AM   #16102
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thanks I was just looking that up
If you are carefull and have a drill press you can ream out the hole on AE spurs to 8mm. Also Avid makes a slipper setup with their own spurs. Gearing should be 34 or 35/69. They wil fit under the stock cover. Im running a reamed JC 69/35 with a maxilla.
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thanks just doing an order now I was going to order 34 and 36 but might change it to 34 and 35
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Schumacher Spurs fit the same as the Durango's.

Also to add to my super vague question on the last page about how to get more forward bite. I run MM4 in all my cars, our track is really high traction and we run slicks, but I have struggled with getting my 201's to not do burnouts running down the straights or getting the power down just before the straights. Side Bite is great, but I'm running:

*3 toe/ 3 anti squat
*Losi 32.5 wt up front, 27.5 wt in the rear
*1.6 X 2 Pistons front and rear
*Rear hubs all the way forward
*TLR Low frequency Springs - Orange front, Silver Rear

If you guys need any other info let me know, thanks for the help.
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Schumacher Spurs fit the same as the Durango's.

Also to add to my super vague question on the last page about how to get more forward bite. I run MM4 in all my cars, our track is really high traction and we run slicks, but I have struggled with getting my 201's to not do burnouts running down the straights or getting the power down just before the straights. Side Bite is great, but I'm running:

*3 toe/ 3 anti squat
*Losi 32.5 wt up front, 27.5 wt in the rear
*1.6 X 2 Pistons front and rear
*Rear hubs all the way forward
*TLR Low frequency Springs - Orange front, Silver Rear

If you guys need any other info let me know, thanks for the help.
Forward bite coming out of a corner, or forward bite just going straight?
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Old 02-23-2015, 02:00 PM   #16106
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Getting on the straight.
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I've been testing the Avid slipper on my Durango for a couple of days now with different combinations of red and white pads. It seems pretty solid so far. I think one red and 2 white is a good start on med to high bite clay. I haven't had a chance to try 2 reds yet.

The avid spur gears are a little more true than stock Durango spurs.
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Schumacher Spurs fit the same as the Durango's.

Also to add to my super vague question on the last page about how to get more forward bite. I run MM4 in all my cars, our track is really high traction and we run slicks, but I have struggled with getting my 201's to not do burnouts running down the straights or getting the power down just before the straights. Side Bite is great, but I'm running:

*3 toe/ 3 anti squat
*Losi 32.5 wt up front, 27.5 wt in the rear
*1.6 X 2 Pistons front and rear
*Rear hubs all the way forward
*TLR Low frequency Springs - Orange front, Silver Rear

If you guys need any other info let me know, thanks for the help.
Too much roll in the rear causing your car to hook is what I think.
No shims in the rear inner camber link. Try a stiffer rear spring TLR spring. Or use a durango green or red spring in the rear.
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Too much roll in the rear causing your car to hook is what I think.
No shims in the rear inner camber link. Try a stiffer rear spring TLR spring. Or use a durango green or red spring in the rear.
Im not running any shims under the rear camber link in the rear. So just to be clear, I shouldn't have any under the link or I should? And I'll give the stiffer rear spring a try. I went really light on the car because I ran another track where its med/high bite. I'm also running the exotek FR suspension hanger. I was only running the red shim under the block but since changed it to the black shim. To be honest though, I don't really know what degree of anti-squat that changes it to. the directions aren't very clear.
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