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Old 04-05-2011, 09:47 PM   #1
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Just bought a sc10 team ed. Roller was wanting to get some input on a good setup like oil weight,gearing,swaybar or no swaybar gonna be running on carpet track till weather breaks then to the outdoor any suggestions would be appreciated.
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A few things I did to really help with handling of the SC10. I ran 30 degree castor blocks, T4 trailing spindles, blue front springs, losi black 57 pistons with 32.5 shock oil. In the rear racer edge 1 degree toe-in aluminum hubs. Blue springs losi red 56 pistons with 30 weight shock oil. I raised in the inner ballstuds to 3 0.0030 aluminum washers for the roll center adjustment. In the front 2 0.0030 washers for the front roll center. I layed the front shocks all the way in front and rear.

For the gear diff I ran 2 of the 4 spider gears ran 2 shims on either side of the cross pins and coated the to large gears with 100k OFNA diff oil. Hope this helps you out a bit.
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7k Diff oil. 35w shock oil in all four. red springs in front, green in rear. -1 camber/-1 toe out up front. -2 camber in rear...dont feel like listing all the positions right now lol but those changes make the truck handle like a dream.
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I think I have a good setup and I am getting good lift off of jummps but it goes flat and can not get the front down. What should I do to get the front down?
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I race clay track with large jumps and so far the best setup i have found is gold up front green in back 40wt front 35wt rear
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I race clay track with large jumps and so far the best setup i have found is gold up front green in back 40wt front 35wt rear
Whats your ride height and what pistons do you have? I have 25wt rear and 30wt front. #2 pistons and red front and grey rear.
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