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Old 07-01-2007, 07:43 AM   #4741
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yea it was good.. that track is tiny and twisty, so i really needed a lot of steering, but the car was stuck for sure.. till my shock popped off..
try a switching the sway bars (thicker in the rear)
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Old 07-01-2007, 07:54 AM   #4742
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i was thinking that all day, but my schedule was crazy.. started late, had my kids, and was testing 2 new cars for the first time... no biggie next time i race will be at village raceway in palm beach.. whoo hoo..
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yea it was good.. that track is tiny and twisty, so i really needed a lot of steering, but the car was stuck for sure.. till my shock popped off..
try the set up posted on www.gearchart.com Also with Marcos set up if you want a hair bit more steering you can leave everything the same but go to the standard camber link in the front. That seemed to give me a bit more steering
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try the set up posted on www.gearchart.com Also with Marcos set up if you want a hair bit more steering you can leave everything the same but go to the standard camber link in the front. That seemed to give me a bit more steering
never thought of that

good luck at the nats
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Old 07-01-2007, 09:31 AM   #4745
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will going to the jr link in the "high" position not add some of the same affect.. i don't mind the jr-link's non adjustability since it is very durable and seems to eliminate a lot of slop (i would like to capture all the ball cups though).. also the jr-link can be shimmed up too right? i have a set of perfect circle shims for my pancar for minute adjustments that look like the ticket for between the lower washer and the link.. i dunno. i now have 5 runs with the car..
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yeti, i ran marcos' setup yesterday on a really low bite track and the car was planted.. if anything i wanted a little more steering, but that was probably morre to do with the tight little track.. give it a whirl..
Where is that setup again? I went back a few pages and did not find it? I knew I should have made a copy of it when I saw it.
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Where is that setup again? I went back a few pages and did not find it? I knew I should have made a copy of it when I saw it.
here it is
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Old 07-01-2007, 03:50 PM   #4748
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here is another one that i used for stock brushless 13.5 and with the 10.5
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You'll find them both on heretoo

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For set-ups regarding JRX-S & JRX-S Type R

If you own some other car, here you will find what will suit you in term of set-up
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never thought of that

good luck at the nats

That's why I'm here.....to test everything so that when racers have questions they also get answers If the nats track is very high bite I might try the "jr" link again but I think the standard link will be just fine.

TALLY RC- I ran the "jr" link in that position at the reedy race and it was pretty good. In fact....that's Todd's favorite position for the front camber link.
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What is the difference between the "JR" link and the standard link?
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What is the difference between the "JR" link and the standard link?
"jr" link is the front upper link that is supplied in the kit

standard is a turnbuckle with ball cups on both ends, just get a ballcup and a longer turnbuckle and a ballstud and you have a standard
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Default Camber Links....

Are any of you guys having issues with the camber links, both front and rear, staying on? It seems any time that I brush the pipes that mine pop off from the chasis. I have changed them out several times and continue to have this problem.

I know the short answer is to stay off the pipes so you can save that one


Are you guys cuttng done the threads on the axels?
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