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Old 10-12-2005, 07:03 AM   #11341
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I have a teemu chassis on the way so I will try that when it gets here also this weekend I am trying 1mm antisquat on the rear I run the car realy soft with 6-7mm ride height on foam and still struggle through the turns.
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Old 10-12-2005, 07:31 AM   #11342
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Oh I am also running a spool and 4 degree castor (alloy) but after reading Gavins suggestions to Bender I may change back to the 2 degee caster.I use 35wt for the shocks and have shumi blue on the front and shumi grey on the rear.I have a oneway but have not used it yet If this sound wrong then someone let me know as onroad is new to me I used to race 1/8 nitro offroad.

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Old 10-12-2005, 07:35 AM   #11343
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Good morning guys,

I asked this question some time ago bu; I was wondering if it was possible to buy the just the outdrives for the front spool and i beleive Paul said that the outdrive was pretty much a give away because of the cause of the pully itself and therefore there was no seperate option. However, i just ordered a spool from SH and the pully came alone without the outdrive! Does this mean that there is now a seperate part number for the outdrive if i wanted that alone? And if so, what is the part number?

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Old 10-12-2005, 07:37 AM   #11344
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I think you've got it backwards. He probably said the pulley was the givaway because of the cost of the machined spool.
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will the front belt of a Mission, fit the front belt for the MI2. The part #'s are differant, but not sure.
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Old 10-12-2005, 02:32 PM   #11346
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will the front belt of a Mission, fit the front belt for the MI2. The part #'s are differant, but not sure.
It will not. The Mi2 belt is quite a bit longer. You can run the belt off the R12 though (U2601). This is what the team likes to use.
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Old 10-12-2005, 02:44 PM   #11347
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drivers I use the rear alloy hubs with 2 degree and want to change to 1 degree backwards would it cause the car tobe alittle tighter powor on! I thank that is what was said just making sure?
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That will take your toe down to 1. That'll make the car really loose on entry. 1.5 is the least I've ever run and it was really sketchy. The more rear toe, the more stable the car is.
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Old 10-12-2005, 04:04 PM   #11349
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Adrian, can you be sure to get Weylin some loctite?
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Old 10-12-2005, 04:08 PM   #11350
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Did mini-dub loose a screw?
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Old 10-12-2005, 06:59 PM   #11351
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Hey guys,

I'm rebuilding my diff and was sold some LOsi super stick assembly grease for the job. Im not sure if they guys at the LHS got that it was for my diff but from the looks of this stuff and how sticky it is i'm wondering if this stuff is really for diffs. Has anyone use this product before?

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how do you get 1.5 with the allow hubs
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0 insert in the hub and use the plastic pivot blocks with the ridge facing out instead of the alloy mounts.
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thanks Jon Ill keep it where im at. it just might be that im over driving the car alittle just will try putting a washer under the rear a arms and just not try and overdrive the car. it drives great just like to try and get the rear to settle down when im driving out of the turns little loose when realy hard on the throttle! maby the antidive up front is makeing it allittle tighter up front and there for making the loose in the rear.
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Try taking the anti-dive out for now and leave the toe at 2. Overdriving is one of the hardest things to overcome. I have to work on it all the time. Stay smooth and if you're over shooting a turn, back off of it. Then slowly go into it a little bit harder each time until you've found the limit. That's what practice is for.
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