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Old 07-06-2007, 11:27 AM   #4816
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Yes to the D rings, No lube, yes to the thrust bearing (with grease) just pull your diff pulley wipe all the lube off assemble tight and presto all done
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Old 07-06-2007, 11:42 AM   #4817
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Just received my 42t spool in the mail today. I was surprused to see no directions. The manual is no help either, My question is do you leave the D-rings on and just swap out the pully itself, what about the shim?
The shim you refer to is actually a form of a slipper and if you noticed you only have one true D ring. The other one does not have a notch in it. Just clean the grease off the rings and put the spool pulley on and make it tight. Not so much that you strip the threaded outdrive out, there has to be some give to it.
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Works like a charm. I know there's only 1 D-ring, Easier to explain it that way, plus helps out if people are reading, most understand what a D-ring is.
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Works like a charm. I know there's only 1 D-ring, Easier to explain it that way, plus helps out if people are reading, most understand what a D-ring is.
D-ring goes on D-outdrive and is held together by d-screw. LMAO Sorry just had to do it.

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I'm going into battle tomorrow for the last club race before the nats. Gotta see if my set up works at this track. If it does....then I'm dialed because this is where I'm racing for the remainder of the summer.
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Old 07-06-2007, 07:04 PM   #4821
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I'm going into battle tomorrow for the last club race before the nats. Gotta see if my set up works at this track. If it does....then I'm dialed because this is where I'm racing for the remainder of the summer.
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Old 07-06-2007, 10:38 PM   #4822
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Thanks bro. My buddies are racing at the nats track right now and they told me it's very high bite and tight as hell. Even though the layout will be changing for the nats the high bite is something that we aren't really use to. The normal set up's don't seem to be working for my boys right now (maybe they should have bought a Losi) I'm hoping that the thicker chassis the Losi has helps with the high bite.
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Old 07-06-2007, 10:39 PM   #4823
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I'm going into battle tomorrow for the last club race before the nats. Gotta see if my set up works at this track. If it does....then I'm dialed because this is where I'm racing for the remainder of the summer.
just had to see if I could quote myself.....LOL
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Old 07-06-2007, 11:11 PM   #4824
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oh man, i raced stock tonight for the first time in a few years. picked up a new 13.5 pro and geared it to the moon. my car worked awesome, and qualified 3rd on pace with some of the fastest stock guys in the area. the main i did ok, lets just say i was "stress testing" the new a-arms... but i finished and not too far off 3rd.

between the new arms and my hybrid xxxs/cyclone cvd's front and rear, the car was absolutely bulletproof.
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Old 07-07-2007, 02:04 AM   #4825
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Default Marcos please e-mail me the editable setup sheet

Ok here goes my stock setup when Marcos e-mail me the editable setup sheet I will repost but this is a very tractable setup same order as setup sheet

Toe 0.5' in
Ride Height 5mm
Camber -2
Kick anti dive n/a
Caster 4
Droop 3mm over ride height
Front pivot 0'
Roll center High
Arm spacing middle
shock position 3
Steering Rack 2
Ackerman 1
Camber link 3
Camber ball stud std
Sway bar .40
Arm length long
Front Spool
Pulley 42T
Diff height High
Axle LCD
Hex width .165
Oil 40
Piston 56
Spring 20
Bladder Black
JR Link High
1x1mm washer under spindle ball stud

Rear Toe 2'
Ride Height 5mm
Droop 3.5mm over ride height
Camber -2
Anti Pro Squat n/a
Hub std
Rear pivot 1'
Roll center Low
Arm spacing Long
shock position 3 outside
Camber link 8/A
Camber ball stud std
Sway bar .30
Arm Legnth Long
Diff height Low
Axle RCD
Hex width .195
Oil 35
Piston 56
Spring 15
Bladder Black
1x1mm washer under camber link ball stud

CO27 F Brush purple/red springs 128T/37T
Traction compound Tire Tweak baked in at 80C for 20 mins

Thanks to Schreff for setup ideas....

This was one of only 3 cars that ran 9.7-10.0 laps all night
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Ok here goes my stock setup when Marcos e-mail me the editable setup sheet I will repost but this is a very tractable setup same order as setup sheet

Toe 0.5' in
Ride Height 5mm
Camber -2
Kick anti dive n/a
Caster 4
Droop 3mm over ride height
Front pivot 0'
Roll center High
Arm spacing middle
shock position 3
Steering Rack 2
Ackerman 1
Camber link 3
Camber ball stud std
Sway bar .40
Arm length long
Front Spool
Pulley 42T
Diff height High
Axle LCD
Hex width .165
Oil 40
Piston 56
Spring 20
Bladder Black
JR Link High
1x1mm washer under spindle ball stud

Rear Toe 2'
Ride Height 5mm
Droop 3.5mm over ride height
Camber -2
Anti Pro Squat n/a
Hub std
Rear pivot 1'
Roll center Low
Arm spacing Long
shock position 3 outside
Camber link 8/A
Camber ball stud std
Sway bar .30
Arm Legnth Long
Diff height Low
Axle RCD
Hex width .195
Oil 35
Piston 56
Spring 15
Bladder Black
1x1mm washer under camber link ball stud

CO27 F Brush purple/red springs 128T/37T
Traction compound Tire Tweak baked in at 80C for 20 mins

Thanks to Schreff for setup ideas....

This was one of only 3 cars that ran 9.7-10.0 laps all night

www.gearchart.com for the editable sheet.
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Old 07-07-2007, 08:19 AM   #4827
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cant save the form can only print from gear chart. no printer
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Old 07-07-2007, 09:06 AM   #4828
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pm me your email and i will email you the set up sheet
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