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Old 08-22-2017, 06:07 AM   #21091
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wow thanks all! I will give this a shot for this weekend's race.
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Old 08-28-2017, 09:27 AM   #21092
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Wondering what's the best option to go with for aluminum steering rack and bellcranks? I see JC makes nice bellcranks, but only rack I see is that integy has all three parts for sale on ebay. Honestly I've not had a problem with the stock parts in either my B5M or T5 but the parts look nice.
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Old 08-28-2017, 11:14 AM   #21093
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I've got an older JC that's all 3 pieces.. my bro run's JC bellcranks with an integy crosslink.. they all seem to work just fine.. its all just $$$
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Old 08-28-2017, 12:35 PM   #21094
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I've got an older JC that's all 3 pieces.. my bro run's JC bellcranks with an integy crosslink.. they all seem to work just fine.. its all just $$$
Thanks for the info, and yes, it's amazing how much we will spend for bling
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Old 08-30-2017, 01:57 PM   #21095
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thanks again for the tips - new setup had me running with way more confidence on the rough track. I didn't end up getting a chance to do the brass C block or X rings but the 1.7 pistons, green springs all around and 37.5/30wt shock oil did the trick. Qualified 2nd and won the main! (top guy was out so didn't really count and need a rematch). Buggy was really fun to drive.
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Old 09-02-2017, 01:53 PM   #21096
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Looking for advice on where to start with pionion/spur running a 4.5T in a b5m. The gearing chart in the book of goes down to 6.5T

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Old 09-02-2017, 08:07 PM   #21097
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Wow 4.5 in a 2wd buggy? Going to be crazy fast !
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Old 09-02-2017, 09:29 PM   #21098
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Is it common for people to have two buggies for indoor and outdoors? I'm pondering the idea of buying another buggy with a 10.5 to use for outdoors while my indoor is 17.5....
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Old 09-02-2017, 11:05 PM   #21099
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Yes, it's common, still have a B5m for outdoor and a B6 for indoor
Useful when races alternate between (very) high and (very) low grip
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Old 09-03-2017, 08:51 AM   #21100
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Lots of people have 2 or more buggies per class, people here run a buggy for 17.5, another for 13.5 and yet another for mod in some cases.. all indoors..

Im sure they have outdoor buggies as well lol
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Old 09-04-2017, 06:56 AM   #21101
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I would like two but has anyone ever thought of running a 17.5 in mod class with some esc timing? Then when the stock class comes all you do is change a pinion and maybe a spur and you're ready to go. I'll most likely just try and find another cheap roller and set it up for outdoor

One a different note, I finally got my tires broken in and the harder I drove it the better it d
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A lot depends on the track, and class rules. For instance a 17.5 class may allow aluminum drive train parts. Using those same light weight parts on a boosted 17.5 may break them. I have run smaller motors with timing in a unlimited class and had better average lap times than the bigger motor guys. I didn't even change gearing, I turned my base motor timing down did some tuning on a profile with timing boost etc. The mod motors were too much for the track, and every one knows turning the power down is not an option. Yes they got though the straight faster, etc. I was able to run a smoother lap and get better overall lap times. I actually set the fastest track lap times, it was not a fluke, I had three laps that fast in the same race.

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A lot depends on the track, and class rules. For instance a 17.5 class may allow aluminum drive train parts. Using those same light weight parts on a boosted 17.5 may break them. I have run smaller motors with timing in a unlimited class and had better average lap times than the bigger motor guys. I didn't even change gearing, I turned my base motor timing down did some tuning on a profile with timing boost etc. The mod motors were too much for the track, and every one knows turning the power down is not an option. Yes they got though the straight faster, etc. I was able to run a smoother lap and get better overall lap times. I actually set the fastest track lap times, it was not a fluke, I had three laps that fast in the same race.
Class rules aren't to strict for club racing. Just 17.5 motor with blinky esc and everything else is open. Right now it has the pucks, super nova slipper and all new bearingswith a reedy17.5. It would seem easier and maybe cut down the costs running what you do/did so I can get more classes out of the day (2 hour drive to track). I'll have to switch out my justock for something else so it can do timing and blinky.
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does anybody know of a graphite rear shock tower for this buggy ?
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