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Old 03-23-2014, 03:56 PM   #2596
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It was sarcasm... Damn we need that sarcasm font!
But that place used to have TONS of racers for club races.
Cant seem to find more recent race results.
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Old 03-23-2014, 06:21 PM   #2597
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Interested on what opinions are out there on anti squat. I've heard a lot of B5m setups are running 1 degree or 0. I'm currently running 2. I know some that were actually running pro-squat on their c4's. We run on a high bite technical track.
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Old 03-23-2014, 06:26 PM   #2598
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Gull wings on the RM or MM?
Which thread are we in ? Yeah, the B5m.
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Old 03-23-2014, 06:38 PM   #2599
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CRCRC is in Ohio
His location is listed as Kansas, I'm more likely to stop by Kansas for some BBQ than I am to go to Ohio for a 30+ hour club race. Or do they run heats of 50 there?
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Old 03-23-2014, 07:17 PM   #2600
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He could go to CRCRC and thered be 300 stock buggies at a weekly club race, that place is RIDICULOUS!
C'mon cman that would take till 3 in the morning to get done. Not to mention the other classes
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Old 03-23-2014, 08:11 PM   #2601
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Finally got to take mine out today car is tuff!!! I got taken out down a straight and it cart wheeled to the end with no issues I'm running kit setup and it's good but I was curious what other ppl may be running for base setup? As another question I'm running 17.5 at the moment 17.5 gen2 Tekin and I'm getting some high temps curious on some other gearing options I'm currently at and tried 72/32-33
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Old 03-23-2014, 08:22 PM   #2602
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I thought that in the B5m thread mid motor went without saying
Dunno why - they were talking about Hartsen. I don't know what he was running.
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Ok guys i have the 3mm insert on the front and a 1mm water instead of the 2mm on the ball stud on the front shoch tower. And my car is still pushing. Any other tuning options?
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Dunno why - they were talking about Hartsen. I don't know what he was running.
B5m thread, so take an educated guess
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xghost.... just doing something with the front may not take care of push.. setting up the back of the car and battery and tires make as much of a difference as anything up front. what springs r u running? shock positions? all makes a difference... you should have so much steering your trying to dial it out.
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Dunno why - they were talking about Hartsen. I don't know what he was running.
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Ok guys i have the 3mm insert on the front and a 1mm water instead of the 2mm on the ball stud on the front shoch tower. And my car is still pushing. Any other tuning options?
Did you go to 1mm on steering for standard Akermann?
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xghost.... just doing something with the front may not take care of push.. setting up the back of the car and battery and tires make as much of a difference as anything up front. what springs r u running? shock positions? all makes a difference... you should have so much steering your trying to dial it out.
I am running box stock other than the changes listed
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Did you go to 1mm on steering for standard Akermann?
Im pretty new to r/c how would i go to 1 mm ackerman to help with steering cause mine pushes a lil as well?
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There were 43 on Friday at OCRC

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