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Old 08-03-2014, 11:23 AM   #6541
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Default Rear Aluminum Hubs AE

Hey guys I was looking in to getting the Aluminum Rear hubs (91548). I see most people using a 3mm shim with them. What lenght Ball Stud do I need 10mm or 12mm? Also changing out the plastic inner ball stud mount to the aluminum one, Do also need longer ball studs for that also?
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Old 08-03-2014, 11:30 AM   #6542
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Aluminum on both ends of the camber link.... Something is going to bend or snap eventually. Some plastic on either side will help absorb impacts a bit more
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Old 08-03-2014, 12:08 PM   #6543
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Use 8mm ball stud on rear hubs..
Lighty snub the grub screw , do not torque.
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Old 08-03-2014, 12:13 PM   #6544
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The right way to run inline.

Looks good but I don't know ...

Your last post claimed inline was the worst ..
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Looks good but I don't know ...

Your last post claimed inline was the worst ..
He stated your inline setup was not good. The standard Centro style was better for him.
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Old 08-03-2014, 12:58 PM   #6546
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He stated your inline setup was not good. The standard Centro style was better for him.
Exactly thank you. WC inline = no buano. Hartson inline = dialed.
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Exactly thank you. WC inline = no buano. Hartson inline = dialed.
I +1 on that.

To each their own I guess right.
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The inline setup is an absolute joke! Thats the worst setup to run on the car.
IB here his post...
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Old 08-03-2014, 03:00 PM   #6549
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IB here his post...
By calling you a post wh0re wasnt a reference to you? To clarify YOUR inline setup is junk! Obviously actual ae pros have tried the good inline setup.

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On the aluminum rear brace do you run +2 or -2? And how many spacers?

Also the plastic on comes standard with +2 correct?
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Have them. Put them on, too much back and forth play, took them off. What shims are you using? Did not have any shims that fit so I went back to the stock arms. I received my aluminum rear hubs yesterday as well. Does the etching face forward, or backward, or does it even matter since they are 0 degree?
:: 91548 / 91549 Aluminum Rear Hubs for RC10B5 and RC10B5M
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When installing the hubs on either the B5 or B5M chassis, the laser etching 0 should face the rear shocks. RC10B5 rear motor: the etching faces the front of the vehicle, towards the shock
RC10B5M mid-motor: the etching faces the rear of the vehicle, towards the shock
With the stock hubs, you could run the insert in either the up or down position. Use a 1mm shim under the ball stud for the DOWN POSITION.
Use a 3mm shim under the ball stud for the UP POSITION.
Stock setup: #2 hole with 3mm shims under the stock (#91047) 6mm ball stud.
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If using zero shims, you will need to use a shorter ball stud (#91451 or #91452, 4mm ball studs) than what comes stock on your B5 or B5M. Otherwise, the ball stud could crush the inner bearing.
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Use caution when using thread lock on the rear camber link ball stud. DO NOT get thread lock on the CVA axle or hub bearings.
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Obviously actual ae pros have tried the good inline setup.
Inline battery set up I'm using came from a really , really good Ae driver...

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Nice Vito.
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Inline battery set up I'm using came from a really , really good Ae driver...

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Who's name is? Or else its just more of your BS!
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