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Old 01-06-2004, 04:16 PM   #7351
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Does anyone know of a editable .pdf setup sheet on the net? I've been searching and can't seem to locate one.

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Old 01-06-2004, 04:28 PM   #7352
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Does anyone know of a editable .pdf setup sheet on the net? I've been searching and can't seem to locate one.

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http://www.msra-racing.com/features/setupsheets.htm

try there for that editable setup sheet.

can someone give a rubber tire on ozite carpet setup to get me going in the right direction? thanks
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Old 01-06-2004, 04:47 PM   #7353
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LJae.

try out b.bakers novak set-up at trackside for a start....overall it's a really good place to start with then you can fine tune it to your driving style.
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HeY hEy!!!


Hey Barry Baker was running the takeoff 27's (pre-glued) and i still run the take offs when i don't race foam.
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Old 01-06-2004, 06:01 PM   #7355
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that race is a control tire race so everyone was on CS27s.
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any one know the weight of a stock tc3 ( chassie only )
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Old 01-06-2004, 07:04 PM   #7357
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http://www.msra-racing.com/features/setupsheets.htm

try there for that editable setup sheet.

That's it, thanks a lot
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Old 01-06-2004, 07:19 PM   #7358
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Nexus, FYI, that setup was for the 2002 Novak race in which it was open tire, and he ran sorex 28's.
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Old 01-06-2004, 07:21 PM   #7359
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Go to the AE Website and download the instruction manual....it shows the car perfectly and how it gets strapped into the car.

Don't you have a TC3? You said about 2 months ago that you did???
Yes I do. Im hopin to put some parts into it. You wouldnt happen to have any extra stuff you could part with do ya?
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Old 01-07-2004, 05:40 AM   #7360
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Hi,
can some of you guys post a pic how yall are mounting and installing your reciever antenas inside the body,,, when i race oval cars i have always done that ,, but like to see how yall are doing yours to get a good ideal how they should be in a touring car. thanks for any help in advance .

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DaveW-just say your post on my diff problem-Thanks for the great input.

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Old 01-07-2004, 11:44 AM   #7363
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Does anyone know of a editable .pdf setup sheet on the net? I've been searching and can't seem to locate one.

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Check this adress:

http://bluestreek.mine.nu/downloads/setupsheets/tc3.pdf
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Losi blocks...

Losi and AE steering blocks do not have the same geometry and there is nothing you can do to match it, its just different ackerman. Its a little more agressive I have found, however they are defently more durable. And I normally run losi 6 degree castor blocks, F-0 front block, and losi steering knuckles. And I run losi rear hubs, since they are alot more adjustble and more durable (which is generally true for all losi parts, lol).


Now for my question! lol...

Does anyone know if there is a shock tower out there that is more adjustable? Like the Ratzas losi one or an Xray one with more shock and camber link options? thanks!
I also use the losi 6 degree blocks and knuckles but do you need to add spacers on the steering rack ball studs? Also do you put any spacers underneath the ball studs on the steering knuckles to compensate for bump steer?
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Does the losi tower have the same mounting points? And I dont think josh actually ran the losi tower, he just used it to re-enforce the stock one, or thats what I heard last, lol.
I remember a few different styles for the Losi tower on the rear of the TC3. When at the Ko GP(at SoCal) I thought I saw a standard front shock tower with a Losi rear bolted to it. In some other pic's, there was a NTC3 shocktower with the Losi tower bolted to it. Basically the Losi tower widens the rear body posts and gives you a few stiffer shock mounting locations. I remember Josh saying that he would rather watch the chassis lean, rather than the body lean through the corners.
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