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Old 07-16-2014, 04:10 PM   #5146
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I like the 2wd body. Especially if it has a cool paint job.
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Old 07-16-2014, 04:39 PM   #5147
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Who would be interested in a new rear cab body?
I would for sure
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Old 07-17-2014, 07:46 AM   #5148
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Don't know if this is something new for you guys:
Savoya using mid gear diff at the Euros - Seen @ Neobuggy
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Old 07-17-2014, 07:57 AM   #5149
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yeah, I'm hoping they come out with that soon. I'm not a slipper clutch fan
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Can anyone give me an idea on where to start with gearing a 4wd on a medium/semi high bite small to medium size clay track with a 13.5 ? I have a 75 and 81 spur available.
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Old 07-17-2014, 09:04 AM   #5151
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sweet... with all the talk it sounds like the new 2015 car will have a ton of new features (well not a ton but a few BIG ones)
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Old 07-17-2014, 10:23 AM   #5152
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sweet... with all the talk it sounds like the new 2015 car will have a ton of new features (well not a ton but a few BIG ones)
yeah looks good the gear diff & shorty conversion
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Can anyone give me an idea on where to start with gearing a 4wd on a medium/semi high bite small to medium size clay track with a 13.5 ? I have a 75 and 81 spur available.
FDR around 7. So start at 27/75.
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Old 07-17-2014, 02:18 PM   #5154
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sweet... with all the talk it sounds like the new 2015 car will have a ton of new features (well not a ton but a few BIG ones)
I think I've missed most of these, anyone got a complete rumor-mill-list anywhere for 2015 features to come ?
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Old 07-17-2014, 05:26 PM   #5155
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can someone please help me with this +2 holder that xray seem to say 2 different things about. on some ppwk it says it is for low traction but on others it say to use the +2 holders for carpet (high tractions tracks).. also If i remove the plastic spacer and put the +2 suspension holder, wont that just bring it back to where it was before. basically need to know what to run and how for a lower traction track. I love my xray but seems like xray cant get the crap together in the ppwk they give out.
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Old 07-17-2014, 06:41 PM   #5156
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Plastic shim under the rear end with the stock plates, are the same as no plastic shim with +2 holders. Higher rear pins are a higher rear roll center, and will be better on high traction tracks, or when you want to free up the rear end.
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Yep HB d413 style
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Plastic shim under the rear end with the stock plates, are the same as no plastic shim with +2 holders. Higher rear pins are a higher rear roll center, and will be better on high traction tracks, or when you want to free up the rear end.
"Plastic shim under the rear end with the stock plates, are the same as no plastic shim with +2 holders." as far as the hinge pin goes. But removing the plate also lowers the inner tie rod link. which raises roll centre.

So if you remove the plate and do not touch your inner rear camber link position you are raising the roll centre. You would have to move up a hole on the inner camber link to try and replicate kit geometry.
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Old 07-18-2014, 04:30 AM   #5159
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Well what do you think people...it needs a few little details added like trim marks and vents
if I get enough interest I will produce it...hope you like it (copyright 2014 Aussie RC)
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Well what do you think people...it needs a few little details added like trim marks and vents
if I get enough interest I will produce it...hope you like it (copyright 2014 Aussie RC)
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I like it, reminds me of a Datsun 240z lol!
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