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Old 06-21-2007, 10:30 AM   #4606
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Tim, great job. Now its a matter of getting everyone to post their setups! Keep up the good work.
Cheers for that.
Yep send them in, either post them here or sent them to
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once I get an editable set up sheet I'll be posting mine for those exact track conditions. It's really dialed and easy to drive fast.
Yep, there is one on the website ready to be downloaded

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Old 06-22-2007, 07:25 AM   #4607
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stl, that looks about where i thought i'd be going with my setup, but it seems a little softer than i thought spring wise..
Give the set up a shot and see how you like it. You may have to go stiffer on the springs to fit your liking. On very high traction I might go a hair stiffer only if I see the car showing signs of leaning too much in the turns. On the track I ran this set up at the traction wasn't high and the track temp got up to 150.

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hey clint i got eitable set up sheets shot me your email
My buddy made an editable sheet and has one for everyone to down load on his site. www.gearchart.com Thanks anyways.....and why would you have an editable set up sheet? Does PW know this....LOL

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Cheers for that.
Yep send them in, either post them here or sent them to
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Yep, there is one on the website ready to be downloaded

Cheers
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I asked him to make one for me but I had to wait for him to get around to it. Busy week work wise for him and family plans. It also helps that he's a close friend and works right down the street from my job.....in fact.....I think he might be stalking me
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Old 06-22-2007, 07:28 AM   #4608
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My buddy made an editable sheet and has one for everyone to down load on his site. www.gearchart.com Thanks anyways.....and why would you have an editable set up sheet? Does PW know this....LOL



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lol i had one a few months ago when i had the car ,still have it on my computer
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Old 06-22-2007, 10:44 AM   #4609
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Car Tweaked

just started Running the CF routed battery tray with the stock battery foam strips and with my EP4200s the tray will not sit flush to the bottom of the chasis and has thrown out the handling.

Does anyone else have this issue? Im tempted to trim the foam down so that the tray sits flush but wanted to know if there was other solution.

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Old 06-22-2007, 10:47 AM   #4610
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Car Tweaked

just started Running the CF routed battery tray with the stock battery foam strips and with my EP4200s the tray will not sit flush to the bottom of the chasis and has thrown out the handling.

Does anyone else have this issue? Im tempted to trim the foam down so that the tray sits flush but wanted to know if there was other solution.

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re-tweek the car, re-do the topdeck also fyi plastic battery tray works great and has a little more flex than the cf tray
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Check to be sure the cells sit all the way into the tray, it may need to be touched up a little if the pack is not built tight and stright, or if there is an extra layer of shrink.
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Old 06-22-2007, 10:57 AM   #4612
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STLNLST's car was looking good at the Speedworld cup last week.

This car seems to be coming on.

Luck guys!
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Car Tweaked

just started Running the CF routed battery tray with the stock battery foam strips and with my EP4200s the tray will not sit flush to the bottom of the chasis and has thrown out the handling.

Does anyone else have this issue? Im tempted to trim the foam down so that the tray sits flush but wanted to know if there was other solution.

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the CF tray needs to be "shaped" for the batteries to sit down in the tray. Messy work but if this was not done the batteries sit to high and cause problems like your mentioning here....
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the CF tray needs to be "shaped" for the batteries to sit down in the tray. Messy work but if this was not done the batteries sit to high and cause problems like your mentioning here....
Hey Ron r u going to be at BCR tomorrow?
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STLNLST's car was looking good at the Speedworld cup last week.

This car seems to be coming on.

Luck guys!
Thanks bro. It was coming along just fine. I only wish I didn't have that body tuck in the begining and then getting punted while in 3rd didn't help
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Hey Ron r u going to be at BCR tomorrow?
thats the plan as of now
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C u there...........

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Hi Guys

Just to let you kow, i have updated the setup pages that i have been working on

check it out here

http://team-spoon.bravehost.com/

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Just read a setup sheet. It said Pivot is 0 deg. What is Pivot and how to adjust? Also, it said roll center is high. How to make it high? thanks
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