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Old 08-03-2014, 07:02 PM   #6556
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Who's name is? Or else its just more of your BS!
Won't tell you Bill....

Your not worthy...
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Old 08-03-2014, 07:19 PM   #6557
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I have trying my best to inform about the inline battery setup.

Been using it for months now .
Everytime I drive another B5 with the sideways battery I can feel the stall on the slow tight turns.

This still has not changed..

If you drive on med grip indoor?

Nothing better still.

The setup has been improved a week ago.

1/24 lead sheet under short battery (2.7 oz)
Rear shock inside on tower
Rear shock = 35w 1.6 x 2 flat piston 2mm internal limiter, white Ae or gold k spring

Front = 35w 1.4 x 3 flat piston, 3 internal limiter,grey Ae or red k spring

Hard front arm
Plastic B5r rear arm
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Old 08-03-2014, 07:25 PM   #6558
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Who's name is? Or else its just more of your BS!
I would venture to say its scott brown
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Old 08-03-2014, 07:40 PM   #6559
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I would venture to say its scott brown

Scott has not even built his B5 yet.

The way the thing was invented went like this.

One driver has the idea & another told that driver how to do.
That Saturday after noon they gave me the parts with silver Sharpie marking where to grind.
Both are 100% ..
My ride was the one of the first ever done.

You guys here on RcTech saw it first.
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Old 08-03-2014, 08:28 PM   #6560
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Inline battery set up I'm using came from a really , really good Ae driver...

Con !

Tacompton Rules....
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Old 08-03-2014, 08:41 PM   #6561
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On the FT rear hubs, you put the 0 degrees etching to the rear......but if your running the B5r arms same deal.
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On the FT rear hubs, you put the 0 degrees etching to the rear......but if your running the B5r arms same deal.
was that a question? The number face the shocks. easiest way to remeber
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Inline battery set up I'm using came from a really , really good Ae driver...

Con !

Tacompton Rules....
I'm not sponsored George but I appreciate the compliment.
I did it on the Centro too. Bremerton's farewell race ring a bell?

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Old 08-03-2014, 08:58 PM   #6564
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Exactly thank you. WC inline = no buano. Hartson inline = dialed.
I'm pretty sure they run it like that (sideways back) because they have to have it like that to pass roar inspections checks/tech. That's what a pro told me.
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Old 08-03-2014, 08:59 PM   #6565
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I would call setup with battery front to back inline layout. And setup with electronics middle and battery sideways centered electronics layout

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I have trying my best to inform about the inline battery setup.

Been using it for months now .
Everytime I drive another B5 with the sideways battery I can feel the stall on the slow tight turns.

This still has not changed..

If you drive on med grip indoor?

Nothing better still.

The setup has been improved a week ago.

1/24 lead sheet under short battery (2.7 oz)
Rear shock inside on tower
Rear shock = 35w 1.6 x 2 flat piston 2mm internal limiter, white Ae or gold k spring

Front = 35w 1.4 x 3 flat piston, 3 internal limiter,grey Ae or red k spring

Hard front arm
Plastic B5r rear arm
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Old 08-03-2014, 10:47 PM   #6566
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Centered electronics with the cradle cut like cherry's on my car was better for me... More forgiving than the inline setup.
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Old 08-03-2014, 11:19 PM   #6567
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I have trying my best to inform about the inline battery setup.

Been using it for months now .
Everytime I drive another B5 with the sideways battery I can feel the stall on the slow tight turns.

This still has not changed..

If you drive on med grip indoor?

Nothing better still.

The setup has been improved a week ago.

1/24 lead sheet under short battery (2.7 oz)
Rear shock inside on tower
Rear shock = 35w 1.6 x 2 flat piston 2mm internal limiter, white Ae or gold k spring

Front = 35w 1.4 x 3 flat piston, 3 internal limiter,grey Ae or red k spring

Hard front arm
Plastic B5r rear arm
George, what battery is that with? If someone is running a lighter one they will need more lead and a heavier one, less lead. Thanks for sharing!
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Thank for your help b4travsc10
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I'm pretty sure they run it like that (sideways back) because they have to have it like that to pass roar inspections checks/tech. That's what a pro told me.

No rules or tech....
Don't think they have tested it yet
Team drivers need permission to use the inline battery setup.

Ae wish's their drivers to use the car as Ae designed it .

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A Spec weights almost the same as a Reedy , just a couple grams difference.

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Mike Brown made a inline battery Centro months earlier.

Everyone thought no way , just like now..
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I would probably agree that the AE Factory drivers probably cant hack up the car too much. I wound not want my drivers chopping up my newly released car either.
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