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Old 04-13-2016, 05:39 AM   #4126
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Can someone tell me how to make the x10 into a 235mm car going to run it on asphalt. Need help. Running with new crc rubber tires. Thanks in advance
If you have either the original Gen-X 10 Pro or the Gen-X 10LE, this kit will work for you - http://www.teamcrc.com/crc/modules.p...prodID=7719021
Direct bolt-on and ready to go racing!

That kit will also fit the Gen-X 10SE, HOWEVER... You may run into some durability issues on the front as this chassis does not have the 3rd mounting hole for each of the front end mounting plates like the original and LE chassis'. CRC does not offer a specific 235 mm kit for the SE car. To do it with proper strength, you would want to have a new 1-piece front end plate made for the SE chassis as CRC does not offer this.
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Old 04-13-2016, 12:13 PM   #4127
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Nope, there are a few changes on mine.
Front: Mounted in Rear most holes on X plate
4MM plastic blocks
2.0mm Roll Center shims
.50(10th scale & pins)springs
5* caster blocks
2 shims back, 1 front.
.5mm toe out
1* neg camber(have run as much as 1.5*)
.5mm droop
51mm tire size(Start-run til gone, swap new ones adjust RH according) CA around outer edge
4.2mm RH

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AE Red center spring
.50 side springs
Kyosho 30k tubes
1.5mm pod droop
51.5mm rear tire(usually lasts 3 sets of fronts, adjust RH as wear)
4.35MM RH

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Ok so if I interpret this correctly you are running an all around stiffer setup then stock.
Is this with the stock short front upper arms and no brace?

Does the 5* castor blocks generate better steering than the 10* for you?

How about the short front wheelbase, does that make the car turn in sharper?

Just curious and might try your exact setup just to see what it does.

I like a very responsive front end with minor steering wheel input.

Thanks
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Old 04-15-2016, 06:29 AM   #4128
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Yes to everything except the 10* blocks. Moving the X plate to the rear holes with 10* was too much for my liking, therefore the 5*. Only thing I forgot to list was I'm also running the shock in the 2nd hole from the rear above the battery. Give it a try and see how you like it.
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Old 07-24-2016, 10:36 AM   #4129
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Old 07-24-2016, 10:39 AM   #4130
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Old 07-24-2016, 01:33 PM   #4131
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Hello

after some time i buy a new SE...start to build..and surprise the rear pod plate have only teh two external hole...on old car have used the couple of hole placed inside..

Someone know if other plate are useful fro have two couple of hole?

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What holes are you talking about? There is no need for a different bottom plate....
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Old 09-16-2016, 08:12 AM   #4135
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Hello

on my old car the rear plate have two hole on "side wing" now only one...
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Ok, you are correct. The other holes are not needed on the SE, that is why we got rid of them......
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I try on asphalt and feel better than the outer hole,i use short link to have a straigth link between pod and chassis..

As you know some plate of other CRC car are usable?
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There is nothing that will work without a massive amount of work or alter the wheelbase.
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Small question:
I'm considering CRC as the top pan-car-type chassis producer. Is there a hope that in the future you design a new pod articulation, with V-link? I'm using a such system on my Pro10, and the benefit is huge....
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Old 11-02-2016, 12:59 PM   #4140
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ok this might be a dumb question but how do you make a se into wgt-r? just add tires..do you have to do any thing else?
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