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Old 10-25-2015, 05:57 PM   #16291
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Tires , Im sure you know , are very important.
Yep, and the rest is just minor adjustments. Tires seem to be about 80% to 90%.
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can someone recommend a good setup for a small indoor hardpacked dusty bumpy/smooth med bite track?thanks
Go to petitrc.com and sort through the set ups regarding tracks that are similar to what you're seeking. You can use those as a starting point.
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I would be curious to see how this trans works on med to high grip clay.
I love it on flowing layouts in 17.5. Tremendous corner speed. Its a little slow out of tighter corners in mod. I do run brass mounts with it.
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Old 10-25-2015, 08:59 PM   #16294
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You can use the inserts meant for the rear motor B5 to remove toe on the B5m.
is this what i'm lookin for inserts for the d block, ASC91389?

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Old 10-25-2015, 10:23 PM   #16295
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is this what i'm lookin for inserts for the d block, ASC91389?
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It's quite offtopic, but I think its the fastest way to a good answer:

I a running a Sonic M2 8.5T and an GM Genius Race II 80R. My programming card says the motor is 2 pole (i can switch to 4 pole).
Do I have to swtich to 4pole?
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It's quite offtopic, but I think its the fastest way to a good answer:

I a running a Sonic M2 8.5T and an GM Genius Race II 80R. My programming card says the motor is 2 pole (i can switch to 4 pole).
Do I have to swtich to 4pole?
Without any knowledge on that speed control, i would say no since you aren't using a 4 pole motor...
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is this what i'm lookin for inserts for the d block, ASC91389?
no. the inserts come wit h the rear hubs
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If I want to tighten my b5m up, what is the best way to do that? Do I shorten or lengthen the rear ball link and or raise or lower the inner ballstud? Thanks
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If I want to tighten my b5m up, what is the best way to do that? Do I shorten or lengthen the rear ball link and or raise or lower the inner ballstud? Thanks
http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric-off-road/519561-tune-camber-links.html

This should answer everything
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after years of not racing 2wd, I have ditched all my old stuff, looking for some clarification on front rims. I bought a set of Proline velocity 2.2's to mount my shumacher low profiles on. The rims seem way to wide, almost 4wd front width. Can someone measure their 2wd fronts and post the width of them?
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Old 10-26-2015, 12:45 PM   #16303
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I thought you guys are maybe interested in the lowrider gearbox I've designed for some of my club colleagues:



The first prototype has already been printed and will be tested at a indoor race in czech republic this weekend.

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after years of not racing 2wd, I have ditched all my old stuff, looking for some clarification on front rims. I bought a set of Proline velocity 2.2's to mount my shumacher low profiles on. The rims seem way to wide, almost 4wd front width. Can someone measure their 2wd fronts and post the width of them?
When running said tires, it is required to cut the inside rib off the wheel and glue the tire to the existing rib...

Have a look here
http://www.rcten.com/threads/mountin...t-tires.14100/
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Old 10-26-2015, 01:52 PM   #16305
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Jconcepts had some narrow wheels for the world's event so drivers didn't have to go through the hassle of cutting them down. Not sure if they are planning to produce those or not
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