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Old 12-14-2007, 08:34 AM   #23851
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hey Adam

Do you think you could post what you told me about the schui spur gears the other day.
I couldn't remember what you said and when we might be expecting the new one's to role out.

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Old 12-14-2007, 08:36 AM   #23852
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hey belt buckle, can I borrow some of those foamie's???
I will give them back when I'm done.
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Were working on getting a 90t and a 102t 64p, but this was just agreed upon and there isn't a definitive time line for arrival as of right now.


I will be on here as I learn more on this and let you guys get them on order as I know more.
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Old 12-14-2007, 09:38 AM   #23854
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hey belt buckle, can I borrow some of those foamie's???
I will give them back when I'm done.
lol your good we can work something out
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Old 12-14-2007, 10:36 AM   #23855
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Now for the foam fanatics, I need some help I'm going to be running mod foam at Snowbirds, gonna start with Goetz' Cleveland setup. So if you're around Chris, what is the difference between the rear hubs on your car and the Schumacher 1 degree hubs.. which mounting hole should I use on the Schuie hub? Any changes you'd make to the setup to make it a little more aggressive for mod, or should it be good as it is? Thanks!
oh man, you rubber guys should know better. it just never quite works out right.

that kit setup is still a really good starting point, generally speaking. for mod, you might start with 6* castor blocks. from there, a stiffer rear spring, more front camber gain (inclination), shorter links (rear for exit, front for entry), and another mm higher for the rear roll center. all of that should be more than enough. (actually, it should be flipping off the track with all those changes.)

that's all i got for you, sir.

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Old 12-14-2007, 10:59 AM   #23856
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Were working on getting a 90t and a 102t 64p, but this was just agreed upon and there isn't a definitive time line for arrival as of right now.


I will be on here as I learn more on this and let you guys get them on order as I know more.
90T 64P would be sweet. Then we can go back to human pinions under 40T.

Oh...anyone want a Mi2 rear diff...cheap! Right Adam :P
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Old 12-14-2007, 11:15 AM   #23857
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HA! even


Yeah were looking forward to the 90t, I don't know if Robinson likes that, I'm sure they've paid salaries on 43t pins lately...lol

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90T 64P would be sweet. Then we can go back to human pinions under 40T.

Oh...anyone want a Mi2 rear diff...cheap! Right Adam :P
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U3169 Ti 55mm Pins are NOT threaded

I run the standard items with the screw partly undone and held tight with threadlock, and that's only so if I crash and have forgotten to do up some of the pivot screws, I don't end up with half my suspension spread across the track.

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Old 12-14-2007, 11:19 AM   #23859
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what kind of FDR do you guys run with a 10.5???? I run 5.1, but I keep hearing 4.5 and 4.1.
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thats sounds closer to 13.5 FDR, I'm running 4.97 with mine right now, and I see many people running lower than that. 6.5-5.0 on the 10.5's from what I'm told is what a lot of guys are running.


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what kind of FDR do you guys run with a 10.5???? I run 5.1, but I keep hearing 4.5 and 4.1.
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thats sounds closer to 13.5 FDR, I'm running 4.97 with mine right now, and I see many people running lower than that. 6.5-5.0 on the 10.5's from what I'm told is what a lot of guys are running.
That's what I thought. The guys that are saying the other stuff aren't any faster down the stright.
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thats sounds closer to 13.5 FDR, I'm running 4.97 with mine right now, and I see many people running lower than that. 6.5-5.0 on the 10.5's from what I'm told is what a lot of guys are running.
I ran a 5.75 FDR with my novak 10.5 at SS Speedway.
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what kind of FDR do you guys run with a 10.5???? I run 5.1, but I keep hearing 4.5 and 4.1.
4.89FDR with my Orion 10.5(about 1mm degree advance timing)
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oh man, you rubber guys should know better. it just never quite works out right.

that kit setup is still a really good starting point, generally speaking. for mod, you might start with 6* castor blocks. from there, a stiffer rear spring, more front camber gain (inclination), shorter links (rear for exit, front for entry), and another mm higher for the rear roll center. all of that should be more than enough. (actually, it should be flipping off the track with all those changes.)

that's all i got for you, sir.

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haha I was hoping it would just be 1 or 2 simple changes, not a whole new setup

Can you PM me your # again, I dont know what the heck happened but I got 2 #'s for you and both are wrong, lol. Just want to pick your brain for a few mins so I know what to do when something doesnt work as planned
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