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Old 08-16-2009, 03:17 PM   #496
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Tried the new arms yesterday...wow...the car felt more stable..did not snap the rear out of corner like before....I had HPI springs for the first time as well...a lot more progressive...combination of the two made for a very stable car that you could put anyware.
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Tried the new arms yesterday...wow...the car felt more stable..did not snap the rear out of corner like before....I had HPI springs for the first time as well...a lot more progressive...combination of the two made for a very stable car that you could put anyware.
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Old 08-16-2009, 03:43 PM   #498
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Tried the new arms yesterday...wow...the car felt more stable..did not snap the rear out of corner like before....I had HPI springs for the first time as well...a lot more progressive...combination of the two made for a very stable car that you could put anyware.
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I just got my new arms today , I will try them next week
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Old 08-16-2009, 03:45 PM   #499
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Well I converted the PDF file to jpeg,
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Old 08-16-2009, 04:22 PM   #500
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Here is a set up that I ran today at a large 1/8th track, the car was very stable , tons of steering, Adam can comment on it By the way Adam's car look great , Got TQ and the win in 13.5 class!!!

dont know if this link will work but I can email the file just pm me the email address.


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Old 08-16-2009, 04:24 PM   #501
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I switched over to the alloy toe blocks with 2mm spacing between them f/r and i also ran the new arms, it took away the massive amount of push my front end had. I didn't add the extra 1mm spacer like your supposed too which narrowed the front end a lot
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Is this Carpet Rubber Adam?

Could you post your setup
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I switched over to the alloy toe blocks with 2mm spacing between them f/r and i also ran the new arms, it took away the massive amount of push my front end had. I didn't add the extra 1mm spacer like your supposed too which narrowed the front end a lot
You where just runing the new arms in the front right and the standard size in the rear or short arms front and rear?
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Asphalt, But I will post my setup after next weekend I have a couple things I wanna try first, I will be getting the drivers setups from the IIC in a few weeks and get those on the schuie website as soon as we get back

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You where just runing the new arms in the front right and the standard size in the rear or short arms front and rear?
Yeah dude they don't make the short arms for the rear, only the fronts


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Asphalt, But I will post my setup after next weekend I have a couple things I wanna try first, I will be getting the drivers setups from the IIC in a few weeks and get those on the schuie website as soon as we get back



Yeah dude they don't make the short arms for the rear, only the fronts




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Asphalt, But I will post my setup after next weekend I have a couple things I wanna try first, I will be getting the drivers setups from the IIC in a few weeks and get those on the schuie website as soon as we get back.
Ok cool, thats great, carpet season starts here in october.... fast approaching, would be nice to have some tight carpet setups : ).
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Currently I am running mi3. After I had test my friend Xray t2009, I found that the car can handle very well compare to my mi3. my friend just using the standard setup for his xray t2 009. I wonder does mi4 can handle better/same as xray t2 009 or not. We are running on tarmac track/bumpy/sorex 40R. Not sure why my mi3 cannot perform well in the track. I am consider to get a new kit.
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