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Old 10-24-2015, 04:41 AM   #2356
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Thanks everyone. Glad the motor debate ended well....
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hello i just got the rear alumiunm hubs and was wondering what ballstud washers i should use for them to work? seems like the ballstuds are too long with no washers on there
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I am selling my infinity chassis and going back to stock chassis and need to update my shock package for the additional 75 grams. Thinking 35 front and 30 rear with 1.6 front and 1.7 rear, gold kyo springs all around or blue white AE or the new AE springs 72mm and 54mms?
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Old 10-24-2015, 03:44 PM   #2359
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So want to run mine......last ST I ran was my RM RT6
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I am selling my infinity chassis and going back to stock chassis and need to update my shock package for the additional 75 grams. Thinking 35 front and 30 rear with 1.6 front and 1.7 rear, gold kyo springs all around or blue white AE or the new AE springs 72mm and 54mms?
Is there any particular reason you are moving away from the infinity chassis Chris??? I haven`t had a chance to try mine yet.
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I just want a little more weight down low for cg on wet tracks.
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hello i just got the rear alumiunm hubs and was wondering what ballstud washers i should use for them to work? seems like the ballstuds are too long with no washers on there
Read the info page that came with the hubs. They give you all the necessary information.
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Read the info page that came with the hubs. They give you all the necessary information.
You need 4mm with no washers or you will rub the bearings
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right now im running 35f for shock oil and 30 rear. how would the car differ if i went 30 front 25 rear? im looking to plant the rear more
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^^^stock kit Pistons ?
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Fair enough Chris. I`ll just see how mine goes. Thanks
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I am selling my infinity chassis and going back to stock chassis and need to update my shock package for the additional 75 grams. Thinking 35 front and 30 rear with 1.6 front and 1.7 rear, gold kyo springs all around or blue white AE or the new AE springs 72mm and 54mms?
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Drove my T5M for first time last night indoor on clay with slicks . when going over jumps front end tended to pop up. any suggestions on possible setup solutions?
what kind of tire dope is everyone using?
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need some advice on 3 or 4 gear tranny? i run on a med bite small indoor hard packed dirt dusty track. im wondering if i should use 3 or 4 gear? not sure what the big difference really is? thanks
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