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Old 04-29-2014, 10:04 AM   #3916
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Default Schoettler's winning setup!

Hey guys, this just got posted a few minutes ago. Schoettler's winning setup and pics from the JConcepts Spring Indoor Champs @ TRCR.

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Or someone can just post the information on the first page. Something like:

THERE IS NO ETA ON THE FACTORY TEAM KIT.
You would have to get ahold of the person responsible for that....
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You would have to get ahold of the person responsible for that....
Don't they read the thread anymore?
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Don't they read the thread anymore?
He's busy making reviews of Liquid Wrench...

Someone would have to pm him the info needed to put on the 1st page.
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Old 04-29-2014, 10:57 AM   #3920
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AE alum rear hubs:

Mid car=etching to the rear

Rear car=etching to the front
I can't see this as being right. When i look at the hubs if you install them the way you are saying the the off set on the metal hub wouldn't be the same as the stock hubs. Associated needs to release some info.
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Old 04-29-2014, 11:01 AM   #3921
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I can't see this as being right. When i look at the hubs if you install them the way you are saying the the off set on the metal hub wouldn't be the same as the stock hubs. Associated needs to release some info.
Sure feels right on my rear car....
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Sure feels right on my rear car....
kinda aggravating They should have released the info when they released the hubs. i don't even want to install them. Which hole are you using ? Are you using 3mm spacer ?
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They are 0...put them on either way. It doesnt matter.
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They are 0...put them on either way. It doesnt matter.
it does matter it effects the sweep of the axle and hub they are offset
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it does matter it effects the sweep of the axle and hub they are offset
It looks like the only thing that is 'offset' from center is the camber link mount.
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It looks like the only thing that is 'offset' from center is the camber link mount.
exactly so it does matter the axle would be swept forward or back depending on the way the hubs were mounted and it effect the holes too on top of hub.
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Just built up my B5M. I want to run flat front arms but I can't find a flat tower anywhere.

I can run the gull wing tower if I use the outer shock mount holes on the tower and the outer holes on the flat arms (both holes on the arms will work).

Any reason I can't do this? Would the outer or inner holes on the arms be better?
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exactly so it does matter the axle would be swept forward or back depending on the way the hubs were mounted and it effect the holes too on top of hub.
Where the camber link mounts has no effect on where the axle is positioned.

http://events.redrc.net/wp-content/u...Sun-BTB5-5.jpg

There isnt etching on these but i would say it looks like etching is forward on the rear motor.
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Just built up my B5M. I want to run flat front arms but I can't find a flat tower anywhere.

I can run the gull wing tower if I use the outer shock mount holes on the tower and the outer holes on the flat arms (both holes on the arms will work).

Any reason I can't do this? Would the outer or inner holes on the arms be better?
Check team associated website. They have the front towers in stock.
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Sure feels right on my rear car....
Are u running the b5 rear arms or are u running the standard b5m rear arms? In my opinion if u are running the b5 rear arms on ur b5m wouldn't u want to run aluminum hubs with etching forward then? Just curious. Thanks
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