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Old 04-07-2009, 06:48 PM   #9466
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Dragonfire --> Well done! A lap over the whole field is very impressive... Care to share your setup with us?

Just finished the WA Electric State Titles and managed to bring home a 4th in 10.5 amongst a field of XRays and 2 Tamiyas... Was also the only one running an SP10.5 too... I'll post my setup in the next week or so when i get some time.
Thanx... Though I have been "burning" my tyre recently but I think that is track specific... Anyway...

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15lbs 12.5lbs
50wt 40wt
No57 No57
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JR low 3 B 4
Full low roll center with no spacers under anything

Camber
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Toe
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Spindle 1

2nd softest swaybar all round
Front spool
Stand pulleys
Low diffs
Protoform LTC-R
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Old 04-08-2009, 02:52 AM   #9467
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If anyone is selling a jrxs type r for cheap let me know via p.m as i want a car but i'm cheap at the moment. to many expenses.....
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Old 04-08-2009, 07:54 AM   #9468
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Dragonfire--> Cheers for that... That's asphalt I presume? I might give it a go over here and see how that handles.
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Old 04-08-2009, 06:53 PM   #9469
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Questions??

Has anyone tried fitting the SMC5240CM Battery in the JRXS-R? Any clearance issues?
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Old 04-08-2009, 08:46 PM   #9470
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Dragonfire--> Cheers for that... That's asphalt I presume? I might give it a go over here and see how that handles.
Yeah thats ashpahlt rubber. The feeling and turn in on new rubberz was unreal but the track seems to be graining the tyres so they don't work too well next run. I think this is the track though as it wasn't happening at the same track before they pressure washed the surface. I was looking at the rollcenter program and I think I found a better balance so I will compare the 2 settings next chance I get. Also take not that my setup uses Integy Silicone oil in the shocks so if you use something else it may not be the same.
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Default setup worksheets Excel format

For those who have asked about this, attached find the files.

If you think something is missing, please let me know and I will add it, or you can do it on your own.

You can use this for qualifiers and mains, create a new copy of the worksheet and rename it.

Use it to keep track of your progress.

This sheet helped my progress at the last race I participated in and it helps you track your changes. When making changes, do only one or two at a time, that way you will be able to recognize the difference from one setup to the next. This will help you achieve faster lap times, and remember drive slow to go fast!!

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still looking for a second hand jrxs-R if someone wants to sell!! just p.m
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Old 04-12-2009, 03:00 AM   #9473
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Thanx... Though I have been "burning" my tyre recently but I think that is track specific... Anyway...

Front Rear
Shocks
15lbs 12.5lbs
50wt 40wt
No57 No57
3 3 outside

Geometry
JR low 3 B 4
Full low roll center with no spacers under anything

Camber
-1.0 -1.0

Toe
+1.0 -3.5

Ackerman
Steering rack 1
Spindle 1

2nd softest swaybar all round
Front spool
Stand pulleys
Low diffs
Protoform LTC-R
OK after some testing on the weekend I recommend running 1mm spacer under the rear upper links (uprights). This gives better balance of grip front to rear as predicted by the roll center program.
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Old 04-15-2009, 02:01 AM   #9474
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Anyone tried this thrust bearing before in the JRX-S type R?

https://www.ssl-stormerhobbies.com/c...ns&pn=LOSA3098

Was wondering if it will fit and how well it works?
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Anyone tried this thrust bearing before in the JRX-S type R?

https://www.ssl-stormerhobbies.com/c...ns&pn=LOSA3098

Was wondering if it will fit and how well it works?
I looked at them a while back, and from memory it was the total thickness of the assembly that was a bit too thick... i use the Xray ones at the moment, and they are a ton better than the standard ones.
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I got a chance to run the prototype alloy layshaft on friday night. Apart from not needing any silly E-clips and spacing the pulleys 1mm further from the battery with standard parts it also has a standard spur adaptor on the end. Photos attached.
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Old 04-18-2009, 06:12 AM   #9477
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I got a chance to run the prototype alloy layshaft on friday night. Apart from not needing any silly E-clips and spacing the pulleys 1mm further from the battery with standard parts it also has a standard spur adaptor on the end. Photos attached.
Looks good... get one made for the Much More Masters, and I'll grab one!! :P How are the pullies held on? Cap head screws?
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Looks good... get one made for the Much More Masters, and I'll grab one!! :P How are the pullies held on? Cap head screws?
It uses all standard parts including pulleys. The end uses one of the bulkhead screws to hold it on.
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I got a chance to run the prototype alloy layshaft on friday night. Apart from not needing any silly E-clips and spacing the pulleys 1mm further from the battery with standard parts it also has a standard spur adaptor on the end. Photos attached.
damn that looks sweet let us know if you are going to sell them
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damn that looks sweet let us know if you are going to sell them
Yeah, if you do get to sell them, i'd be looking to get a couple.
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