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Old 12-04-2013, 06:01 PM   #4921
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Travis the ring gear is just glued and press fit together, my suggestion is use two sockets that can push on either side of the spool towards one another to create I vise effect. Not sure how to protect the teeth on the gear but I am sure you can get it done.

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i think a vice would do a good job too..
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Old 12-04-2013, 06:46 PM   #4922
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Build an A700L and the amain could be in your future. just ask Ron Burgundy about his local vta run.
it's beyond my budget
will get a FT TC4 ready like every year and have FUN yeah its shaft drive too
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Old 12-05-2013, 07:10 AM   #4923
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Build an A700L and the amain could be in your future. just ask Ron Burgundy about his local vta run.
Going to try out my EXL in VTA this weekend. With Awesom-o behind the wheel, I am expecting good things.

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Old 12-05-2013, 03:45 PM   #4924
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Hi all, I have a question
Who can measure the diameter of ST03?
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Old 12-05-2013, 11:03 PM   #4926
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Hi all, I have a question
Who can measure the diameter of ST03?
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The ball diameter is 4,98-4,99 mm.
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The ball diameter is 4,98-4,99 mm.
Any way you could be a little more exact? ;-)
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Old 12-05-2013, 11:17 PM   #4928
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Any way you could be a little more exact? ;-)
Stefano doesn't informed "how more exact" number he wants.
At any case I don't have more than Mitutoyo 0,01mm calipers in hands right now.
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Stefano doesn't informed "how more exact" number he wants.
At any case I don't have more than Mitutoyo 0,01mm calipers in hands right now.
I suppose that'll do then. LOL
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Old 12-06-2013, 11:32 AM   #4930
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Hey guys, I picked up a EXL and cant wait to get it on the track!! Just a question, on the setup im putting on the car, the downstop says 6.2mm and 5mm, with a ride height of 5.5 all the way around. What is this measurement measured from? I cant for the life of me seem to figure it out.
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Old 12-06-2013, 11:39 AM   #4931
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Hey guys, I picked up a EXL and cant wait to get it on the track!! Just a question, on the setup im putting on the car, the downstop says 6.2mm and 5mm, with a ride height of 5.5 all the way around. What is this measurement measured from? I cant for the life of me seem to figure it out.
If it is one of Mikes latest setups he measured with the car still attached to the setup station. There are a few different ways people measure droop. This being one of them, I'm sure Mike can elaborate more once he sees your post.
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We are measuring droop using a ride height gauge with chassis on flatboard.

Measuring droop from the "outside" of the two little screws connecting the p04 to c04.

Using the rh gauge from the center of the car to the ends.

PLEASE NOTE -- for this method to work your chassis must sit flat on your flatboard. you'll need to trim the excess plastic from the P06.
I think this is the info you are looking for.
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Did that exact method, but when i measure it out after, it says there is 4mm up travel over the ride height in the rear and over 6mm in the front. That doesnt seem right to me at all.
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Did that exact method, but when i measure it out after, it says there is 4mm up travel over the ride height in the rear and over 6mm in the front. That doesnt seem right to me at all.
I measure droop with the car flat on a setup board. I run the guage along the inside of the 2 button head screws at the end of the arms. I usually set the front to 4.5mm and rear to 4.8mm. I don't know how that translates to orh. Since I started using this method the car has been a beast on the track. So..... I think I will stick with it.... for now. Maybe this weekend I will check to see what the orh measurement is with this method.
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Did that exact method, but when i measure it out after, it says there is 4mm up travel over the ride height in the rear and over 6mm in the front. That doesnt seem right to me at all.
Is the entire setup applied? These droop measurements don't work if you don't have the at21s
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