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Old 05-14-2017, 10:58 PM   #9496
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Are the flexible castor blocks worth it? If so, do you run a set on the front and rear?
Hi Jesses
here are the things about the Flexible caster block

1. Adjustable caster flex level.

2. Simple camber adjusting without turning of the top turnbuckles.

3. Fixed caster mode is available.

4. Simple caster adjusting (in the fixed caster mode only) without turning of the top turnbuckles.
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Recently purchased a A700L2 and looking for help with setup.

Will be running at my local track (see pics below) and will be running in 21.5T class (will probably run 13.5T next year) Since it is outside track was going to run 48 pitch gearing. Do most brand 48p spurs fit or only certain brands? Only size I have on hand is 72T/80T & 81T so looking at any recommendations so I can do an order for pinions/spurs.

Was also going to rebuild diff & dampers and was going to run Arrowmax Fluids which are in CST. I use to run TLR Fluids in offroad which went via WT. Any recommendations on what CST to start off with in dampers and diff?



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Recently purchased a A700L2 and looking for help with setup.

Will be running at my local track (see pics below) and will be running in 21.5T class (will probably run 13.5T next year) Since it is outside track was going to run 48 pitch gearing. Do most brand 48p spurs fit or only certain brands? Only size I have on hand is 72T/80T & 81T so looking at any recommendations so I can do an order for pinions/spurs.
I use the Robinson Racing machined spurs in 48 pitch; #1860 is a 60 tooth. For larger tracks and/or lower-revving motors, you may want to use the 55 tooth, #1855.
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Does your L2 even come with rebuildable dampers...
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Need some input. Crc black carpet which a700 suits this best
Evo with flex
L version but I still have the flex chassis on it
Does the front whole diff moving side to side the best a700 model to have
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