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Old 02-09-2011, 04:46 PM   #12796
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Im pretty sure the "short" arms are the arms off of the original JRX-S

http://www.losipartshouse.com/servle...pension/Detail

Where as the long arms are the stock JRX-S Type R arms

http://www.losipartshouse.com/servle...ms-cln-/Detail
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Old 02-09-2011, 08:21 PM   #12797
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Im pretty sure the "short" arms are the arms off of the original JRX-S

http://www.losipartshouse.com/servle...pension/Detail

Where as the long arms are the stock JRX-S Type R arms

http://www.losipartshouse.com/servle...ms-cln-/Detail
This is correct..
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Old 02-10-2011, 06:49 PM   #12798
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Thanks for the info guys. Where are you guys running the arms??? Inner or outer holes???
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Old 02-10-2011, 06:52 PM   #12799
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so i can't get my diffs right, i jus rebuilt them and I set my rears up tight and fronts up looser....everytime i give it throttle, the back end will wash out ... how is everyone else setting theirs up?
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Old 02-10-2011, 07:06 PM   #12800
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so i can't get my diffs right, i jus rebuilt them and I set my rears up tight and fronts up looser....everytime i give it throttle, the back end will wash out ... how is everyone else setting theirs up?
Exactly the opposite.
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Old 02-10-2011, 07:14 PM   #12801
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i should run front tight and back loose ? won't that b no power ?
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oh nvm...should read manual haha

Adjust the Differential:
While holding the chassis with only the left side tires fi rmly on
the ground, give the car about one quarter throttle, for 10 seconds.
The right side tires should spin freely during this time. Repeat
this with only the right side tires held fi rmly to the ground, allowing
the left tires to spin. Feel the differential (diff) action and
tighten slightly, if necessary. The differential should have a tight,
thick feel when rotating it after fi nal adjustment. CAUTION!
YOUR DIFFERENTIAL SHOULD NEVER BE ALLOWED
TO SLIP WHEN RUNNING (A SLIPPING DIFFERENTIAL
CREATES A “BARKING” SOUND). IF IT DOES, STOP IMMEDIATELY
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oh nvm...should read manual haha

Adjust the Differential:
While holding the chassis with only the left side tires fi rmly on
the ground, give the car about one quarter throttle, for 10 seconds.
The right side tires should spin freely during this time. Repeat
this with only the right side tires held fi rmly to the ground, allowing
the left tires to spin. Feel the differential (diff) action and
tighten slightly, if necessary. The differential should have a tight,
thick feel when rotating it after fi nal adjustment. CAUTION!
YOUR DIFFERENTIAL SHOULD NEVER BE ALLOWED
TO SLIP WHEN RUNNING (A SLIPPING DIFFERENTIAL
CREATES A “BARKING” SOUND). IF IT DOES, STOP IMMEDIATELY
AND TIGHTEN TO PREVENT DAMAGE.
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Old 02-10-2011, 07:38 PM   #12804
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Thanks for the info guys. Where are you guys running the arms??? Inner or outer holes???
Inner if your talking susp. holders. Outer would be for orig. Jrxs short arms.
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hey everyone i am just getting back into the rc. i currently have the jrxs and i am looking for another jrxs or type r. the short time that i have been on this forum looking around i have just missed some smokin deals.
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hey everyone i am just getting back into the rc. i currently have the jrxs and i am looking for another jrxs or type r. the short time that i have been on this forum looking around i have just missed some smokin deals.
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hey everyone i am just getting back into the rc. i currently have the jrxs and i am looking for another jrxs or type r. the short time that i have been on this forum looking around i have just missed some smokin deals.
I have a half built type r, that I can sell for $250 however you need to cover the postage cost from Australia to wherever you are located...(US? around $60)
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there are a couple of places like a main hobbies closing these out at like $180 or so. look around, they are out there to be had new for a really good price.



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For fellow Canadians looking for a JRX-S Type R, Leading Edge Hobbies in Kingston has three kits still in stock.
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