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Old 07-30-2014, 11:34 PM   #6871
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For those who are interested in, I sell a nearly brand new A700 first generation with parts, I'll post it in the F/S thread tonight, PM me if interested

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Oleg, do you still have this schematic available?
my track rods are already done this way. but thanks for the heads up.
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Old 07-31-2014, 11:10 AM   #6873
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does anyone know who makes the longest body posts that i can put on the rear???.. I have a body that requires a couple of more holes

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Old 07-31-2014, 11:37 AM   #6874
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Super nice, will give it a try asap

Are there any other update like that or new parts coming soon?

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does anyone know who makes the longest body posts that i can put on the rear???.. I have a body that requires a couple of more holes

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You can stack some shims/washers under the posts and use longer screws.
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Old 07-31-2014, 05:50 PM   #6876
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thank you oleg. im assuming thats in mm. so off i go to strip the car and cut.
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Old 08-01-2014, 01:26 AM   #6877
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Mike, can you explain us the cuts in your L chassis that you used in this set-up:
http://www.petitrc.com/reglages/awes...od20140524.pdf

Are they the same as the picture Oleg posted above? How does it perform compared to a raceberry chassis or C01AL?

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Old 08-01-2014, 05:10 AM   #6878
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Mike, can you explain us the cuts in your L chassis that you used in this set-up:
http://www.petitrc.com/reglages/awes...od20140524.pdf

Are they the same as the picture Oleg posted above? How does it perform compared to a raceberry chassis or C01AL?

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Grem- the picture posted by Oleg of an L chassis with big cuts under the motor and battery is what May me Gee ran. He hasn't tired an RB. Not sure if he went back to back with a c01al. I think the c01al is too stiff outdoors --- and that is why we now have the c01al-s.
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Grem- the picture posted by Oleg of an L chassis with big cuts under the motor and battery is what May me Gee ran. He hasn't tired an RB. Not sure if he went back to back with a c01al. I think the c01al is too stiff outdoors --- and that is why we now have the c01al-s.
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Mike, can you explain us the cuts in your L chassis that you used in this set-up:
http://www.petitrc.com/reglages/awes...od20140524.pdf

Are they the same as the picture Oleg posted above? How does it perform compared to a raceberry chassis or C01AL?

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As Hanulec said, the cuts were done as the picture oleg posted earlier. The C01AL is not as good imo, it doesnt have as much steering. I dont have a raceberry chassis, but having driven other cars with them, I do feel that this is the best option. Not sure how the CO01Al-S will be. Being softer should help, but the wheelbase is different, shorter front and rear, which is opposite of what I have been doing mostly, which is adding rear caster to extend rear wheelbase.
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As Hanulec said, the cuts were done as the picture oleg posted earlier. The C01AL is not as good imo, it doesnt have as much steering. I dont have a raceberry chassis, but having driven other cars with them, I do feel that this is the best option. Not sure how the CO01Al-S will be. Being softer should help, but the wheelbase is different, shorter front and rear, which is opposite of what I have been doing mostly, which is adding rear caster to extend rear wheelbase.
Thanks for the feed-back Mike.

You said you tried the Raceberry chassis on other driver's cars, how did the cut C01-L perform compared to the Raceberry? Did you feel the cut C01-L approached the Raceberry feel in term of behaviour?

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Thanks for the feed-back Mike.

You said you tried the Raceberry chassis on other driver's cars, how did the cut C01-L perform compared to the Raceberry? Did you feel the cut C01-L approached the Raceberry feel in term of behaviour?

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They are fairly similar in balance, but with the raceberry the car stays flatter due to the lower cg from the thinner chassis, so it just feels a little nicer to drive. I feel like I could exploit that to find some more speed from my setup. Maybe next outdoor season ill get one
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Thank you very much for these explanations Mike
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Hanulec, thanks for the setup. worked fairly well. had to make a couple changes as the rear was too stiff. a bit loose on power out of the corners. softened the rear springs, removed the rear swaybar and reduced front camber and it was better. still needs some more tuning but was pretty decent. had a fully cut top deck and going to try a non cut top deck next weekend. car had a little push on entry and a little loose on exit. got the loose figured out now working on the entry push. thanks for the setup and help. any suggestions for the entry push?
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