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Old 12-13-2005, 09:20 PM   #1
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Default 777 SP2 setup question

I have a question for all you SP2 drivers.

The upper front arm position mounting.
Book says run "A" and "L"
most of the setup sheets i have looked at are the same. I know you are supposed to get a little better off power turn in by raising the arms.

I want to know if you can run "A" with the "H" or if you have to run "B" with "H"

I just got this buggy together and had her out for the first shake down run and noticed a bit too much off power push on entry.

I am running 4f/6c/2r with 22 deg hubs, long arms, outer hole on ft hub

I know its new, I have been told the push will go away as the diffs break in, but i just want to know if its possible to mix and match locations.

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Old 12-14-2005, 12:34 PM   #2
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I run the Fioroni A and H blocks together.Full Fioroni blocks.

Diff oil-5k,7k,2k

Shocks-F-50 R-40

Rear-Anti squat-2 degree

Rear-Toe block-3 degree
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