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Old 09-16-2008, 01:10 PM   #7291
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hi guys hope you can help i need a good setup for carpet rubber 10.5 brushless 9 to 10 sec laps any help will be great
This is what i've been running since vegas with the addition of 2mm spacing at the front bulkhead to bring the car a little closer to the legal width limit.
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Old 09-16-2008, 02:26 PM   #7292
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that's the spacers i use.

has anyone had problems with the wheel nuts coming off when using hex spacers? i noticed that after i install my spacers and wheel, when i put on the wheel nut it doesn't thread on all the way into the nylock part of the nut. are you guys using a dab of thread lock on there?
Simple solution...Mugen wheel nuts!
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Old 09-16-2008, 02:27 PM   #7293
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where can i get extra blades for spol and alum diffs?
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HTUGB has a couple packs in stock
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Old 09-16-2008, 03:32 PM   #7295
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rad, i need to get down there.
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where i can get.. cvd,axle rebuild kit,3127??
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where i can get.. cvd,axle rebuild kit,3127??
http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXRUV9&P=Z

I don't stock the CVA rebuild kits but have sets of four new CVA kits for $30. Check out the store if you want.
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Old 09-16-2008, 08:37 PM   #7298
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where i can get.. cvd,axle rebuild kit,3127??
ride up with lositrahser im pretty sure they have them, i can't say for sure as im not in the store, but they normally have them. call up to double check. 410-590-4950
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This is what i've been running since vegas with the addition of 2mm spacing at the front bulkhead to bring make the car a little closer to the legal width limit.
Cheers Josh .Where does the spacers go on the bulkhead.
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Josh H always seems to run the shorter links in the front. From what I can tell, never having tried it, it makes the front of the car respond a little faster. I say this because it seems like a longer link will make the car roll more and seem a little lazy. Plus it increases camber change.

I am sure someone will correct me if I am wrong.
short links give you quicker response and more initial turn in but less mid corner. long links give you more roll which equals grip in the middle of the corner!! but you get less response! so he is running short link on front to get the initial response because he is running soft springs and he is running the long link on the rear to create an off balance which causes rotation, which is similar to generating more mid steering but with a stable feel! and he is using the higher rear roll centre to make the car again more stable but it also lets the front move around happily which is more or less the balance he feels happy with!!
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Cheers Josh .Where does the spacers go on the bulkhead.
The spacers go between the bulkhead and the inner hinge pin mounts.
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short links give you quicker response and more initial turn in but less mid corner. long links give you more roll which equals grip in the middle of the corner!! but you get less response! so he is running short link on front to get the initial response because he is running soft springs and he is running the long link on the rear to create an off balance which causes rotation, which is similar to generating more mid steering but with a stable feel! and he is using the higher rear roll centre to make the car again more stable but it also lets the front move around happily which is more or less the balance he feels happy with!!
Couldn't have said it better myself.
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Yet another advantage Team Drivers have over us mere mortals.

Someone to answer posts in a clear consice manner for them!

Just a little humor!
But that was a nice descriptive analysis--- for any car

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short links give you quicker response and more initial turn in but less mid corner. long links give you more roll which equals grip in the middle of the corner!! but you get less response! so he is running short link on front to get the initial response because he is running soft springs and he is running the long link on the rear to create an off balance which causes rotation, which is similar to generating more mid steering but with a stable feel! and he is using the higher rear roll centre to make the car again more stable but it also lets the front move around happily which is more or less the balance he feels happy with!!
What a great explanation...nice job!
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Old 09-17-2008, 02:15 PM   #7305
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I'm running out of JAAD-Outdrives so i have to give the
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Question: i read somewhere that there is a better way to build the spool than
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