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Old 04-22-2013, 05:39 AM   #10936
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I just purchased the tresrey +10 chassis anyone have more information how the feels with this chassis?
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Old 04-22-2013, 09:59 AM   #10937
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I just purchased the tresrey +10 chassis anyone have more information how the feels with this chassis?
I have been using the +10 chassis for sometime now. It has the best feeling so far.
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Old 04-22-2013, 05:58 PM   #10938
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Old 04-22-2013, 06:04 PM   #10939
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Hmm, Rug muncher..oh, sorry..Car looks good..I looked really hard, and that thing looks indestructible...and that is "the" cleanest dryer I have seen..
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Old 04-22-2013, 06:11 PM   #10940
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Sharp lookin lil rig there.. Fo Sho!
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Old 04-22-2013, 06:12 PM   #10941
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Thanks. Still waiting on ball cups for my Lunsford turnbuckles and a J Concepts wing. Then it will be time for its maiden voyage. Running Schumacher Minipins on the rear and cut staggers on front for now. Looking to try something a little different as I have some CRC 35 shore 1/8 foams mounted on some DE wheels. Hoping they will hook up sweet.
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Old 04-22-2013, 06:15 PM   #10942
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Yea I have to address the ball cup issue. I had 2 pop off my steering link Saturday.. Sux! Which J-Concepts wing did you get?
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Oh I will note this.. I moved my electronics straight down the middle and also flipped my arms to move the rear shocks to the back. I can tell a big difference in stability and in side to side balance.
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Yea I have to address the ball cup issue. I had 2 pop off my steering link Saturday.. Sux! Which J-Concepts wing did you get?
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Oh I will note this.. I moved my electronics straight down the middle and also flipped my arms to move the rear shocks to the back. I can tell a big difference in stability and in side to side balance.
Yeah once I get a baseline setup established. Then Im going to do some experimenting.
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It responds well to adjustment! The only issue I have left with mine is trying to get a lil more off-power steering.. I run on a 1/8 outdoor track so I'm looking at the 0121 Illuzion wing for some extra downforce.
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Thanks. Still waiting on ball cups for my Lunsford turnbuckles and a J Concepts wing. Then it will be time for its maiden voyage. Running Schumacher Minipins on the rear and cut staggers on front for now. Looking to try something a little different as I have some CRC 35 shore 1/8 foams mounted on some DE wheels. Hoping they will hook up sweet.
Dboots Nanobytes front and rear in compound A are the best tires I have found for carpe,t they wear a little quicker than the Schumachers. The Schumachers are a very close 2nd though. I also run Panther orange foams front and rear.
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I don't see the benefit using hex in the front it defeat the purpose the adjustability of the front axle...
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I have been using the +10 chassis for sometime now. It has the best feeling so far.
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I don't see the benefit using hex in the front it defeat the purpose the adjustability of the front axle...
The benefit is when you have tons of 12mm hex wheels already mounted!
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