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Old 05-07-2008, 07:27 AM   #2116
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Faster laptimes!!
The car has more grip, and is all round more responsive...
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The car has more grip, and is all round more responsive...
if using short arms...should i change another parts????
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Old 05-07-2008, 07:45 AM   #2118
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if using short arms...should i change another parts????
Use wider front blocks, such as D-D or C-C, thats it
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Use wider front blocks, such as D-D or C-C, thats it
So near many customer buy Sus. mount & short arm !
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Old 05-07-2008, 09:52 PM   #2120
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Use wider front blocks, such as D-D or C-C, thats it
front and rear short arm.. is it the same? D-D or CC for front or rear?
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front and rear short arm.. is it the same? D-D or CC for front or rear?
That is for the front. For the rear with short arms start with XA-E.
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Old 05-08-2008, 06:13 AM   #2122
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What setup changes did you guys make going from 1-way to spool?
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What setup changes did you guys make going from 1-way to spool?
At the moment, very little!
I tend to prefer a bit of front arm sweep when running a spool, so have been using D/C on the front of my car... But I'm going to try C/C and C/B this weekend... when I get to race for the first time in months!
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At the moment, very little!
I tend to prefer a bit of front arm sweep when running a spool, so have been using D/C on the front of my car... But I'm going to try C/C and C/B this weekend... when I get to race for the first time in months!
just want to ask when you said d/c. front front is D and front rear is C? is that right? thanks
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just want to ask when you said d/c. front front is D and front rear is C? is that right? thanks
Yes, then you get the "sweep" Ed mentions


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Old 05-08-2008, 05:19 PM   #2126
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At the moment, very little!
I tend to prefer a bit of front arm sweep when running a spool, so have been using D/C on the front of my car... But I'm going to try C/C and C/B this weekend... when I get to race for the first time in months!
Makes sense. With the nitros we usually run different ackerman so I've gone to 5mm behind the steering balls instead of the kit 3mm so I'll add some sweep and see how it goes

I haven't actually ran my 416 yet, I really need to get onto that
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Old 05-09-2008, 06:07 AM   #2127
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Old 05-09-2008, 06:33 AM   #2128
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MR ED can you help im after some of these Tamiya 53640 5mm Blue Alloy Ball Nuts.ive tryed demon but none in stock!
I only need 4 because ive bought a losi shock,
and the ones that come with it arent the right sizes.
if you have some spare can i buy them?i will pay straight away using paypal
hope you can help gary
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standard for rear is 1xb, d....

anybody use, xa with d? and short arm? it is 2.5 degree toe angle... what is the result?
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standard for rear is 1xb, d....

anybody use, xa with d? and short arm? it is 2.5 degree toe angle... what is the result?
Less rear toe-in will give you less rear traction. You could start with XA-E with short arms as I stated previously.
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