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Old 04-23-2009, 09:28 PM   #9496
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anyone have any idea who might have the steel lipo tray in stock???
Hey Chris,

HTU Frederick has some in stock. Give me a call tomorrow after 2pm and I can let you know what's up. (301)694-7395.

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anyone have any idea who might have the steel lipo tray in stock???
speedworld raceway in roseville CA had a few. www.speedworldraceway.com
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Old 04-24-2009, 03:42 PM   #9498
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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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The program works with any car in general, correct?
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I was reading Tim Hamm's setup for low-bite, asphalt and for the front roll center it says "High+2mm". How do you get the extra 2mm? Do you put 2mm spaces under each of the toe mounts in the front?
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I was reading Tim Hamm's setup for low-bite, asphalt and for the front roll center it says "High+2mm". How do you get the extra 2mm? Do you put 2mm spaces under each of the toe mounts in the front?
You put washers under the roll center to add up to 2mm. High and 2mm, that seems pretty drastic to me. As long as it works for him I guess.
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Old 04-25-2009, 02:15 PM   #9501
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I did an editable for the JRXS Type R. As far as I know, none was made. You can find it here.
Let me know what do you think about this to do change in case of necessity
An e-mail address is on the document for some who want to provide data.
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I was reading Tim Hamm's setup for low-bite, asphalt and for the front roll center it says "High+2mm". How do you get the extra 2mm? Do you put 2mm spaces under each of the toe mounts in the front?
Yes thats right, I use the Schumacher mi 3.5 roll center spacers. I put these under all of the roll center mounts.

I have now gone back to putting the spacers in the rear with the mount in the low postion and the front high, as i have gone back to mod with a 6.5t lipo.

I'm looking at making some proper shims the same shape as the mounts as having the spacers.

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Anyone know how I can contact Dave Johnson?
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I wanted to thank him again for the Type R setup from Fastcats, and ask if he wants me to post the setup online or keep it private.
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I'll ask him - I still have to find out if they gave him hassles at the border, importing all that gold and silver into the country prolly be wednesday at the latest.
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which lipos fit with no to minor modifications?

i've already got my pulley flanges cut down, don't really want to do anything more.
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Old 04-27-2009, 11:42 PM   #9508
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the losi 4400 30c lipo fits with no mods
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the losi 4400 30c lipo fits with no mods
how do the SMC 24C packs fit?
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Old 04-29-2009, 07:26 AM   #9510
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Has anybody had to double up on the shim thats between the outside bearing and the pin that holds the wheel hex on?? I have to do this now so that when i tighten the wheel on it spins free without any resistance...
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