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Old 01-26-2006, 06:29 AM   #13066
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how do you guy have the servo saver set im getting a digital servo with metal drive train and high torque120oz ?
With the metal gear servos it will probably take an act of the devil to damage the gears on those. Therefore it will be ok not to run a servo saver at all. Most of us dont.

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also the aluminium hing pin holders how do u put them on ive been looking and ithink that theback one have the shaft close to the diff but the front one have the shaft on the out side does this make sense? i just want to know does r go with th other r and l with l or do u mix and match??
When is all said and done I think you will end up with one of each on both sides. Just be sure that the L/R face down on the chasis and that the curved end of the block faces outwards.

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is 2mm spacer under neath a good idea?
This depends on track conditions. 2mm under the blocks will raise your roll center therefore 'free'-ing up the car a bit. If there is enough traction on the track you can do this to obtain considerably more cornerspeed. However if the track is low bite or the traction has not come up yet (early in the day) the car may be too loose with this setting and make it harder to drive in and out of corners.

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also in the actual block the hinge pin sit towards the top or bottom of the mount which is it i thought bottom so the is more meet holding it but i dont know please help?
With the L/R facing down on the chasis, and the rounded ends facing out, the hinge pins should sit towards to the top of the blocks.

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Old 01-26-2006, 08:02 AM   #13067
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Man....I better come with it since the whole RC community is against me

Like I've always said. When I'm invloved look at the turn out. I generate revenue remember the dress challenge in 12th scale????
Yea that was a funny one to! We still need to get a T2 in there somwhere!
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Old 01-26-2006, 08:06 AM   #13068
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We still need to get a T2 in there somwhere!
It appears that the locals that own them are ....... scared????

You better bring it STLNLST....you KNOW how good my car is! All I have to do is not mess up
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Old 01-26-2006, 11:10 AM   #13069
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Old 01-26-2006, 11:52 AM   #13070
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off topic but do you guys know anywhere online i can get some black, grey schumacher springs? and will they fit tc3 shocks ok? using them on a dirt oval application, trying to find a softer spring rate then what i have available.
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Try ordering them from Schumacher USA or Speedtech.
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Old 01-26-2006, 11:54 AM   #13071
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Had a few guys asking for my EC setup for rubber tire/asphalt
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Old 01-26-2006, 11:54 AM   #13072
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hey guys a few questions before i put my mi2 back together.
will 800grit sand paper for the diff ring be ok i couldnt buy 600??
how do you guy have the servo saver set im getting a digital servo with metal drive train and high torque120oz ?
also the aluminium hing pin holders how do u put them on ive been looking and ithink that theback one have the shaft close to the diff but the front one have the shaft on the out side does this make sense? i just want to know does r go with th other r and l with l or do u mix and match?? is 2mm spacer under neath a good idea? also in the actual block the hinge pin sit towards the top or bottom of the mount which is it i thought bottom so the is more meet holding it but i dont know please help?
800 grit will be finer than the 600 so it will probably take you a little longer to get the job done compared to the 600. It may give a smoother finish once you're done though.
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Old 01-26-2006, 05:31 PM   #13073
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Old 01-26-2006, 06:28 PM   #13074
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Still waiting for that editable setup sheet....
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Old 01-26-2006, 07:16 PM   #13075
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Still waiting for that editable setup sheet....
Here you go http://www.racing-cars.com/usa/image...setupsheet.pdf

You wont be able to save it as a standard file, but you can print to paper or print to adobe distiller and save it that way
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Old 01-26-2006, 09:42 PM   #13076
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so 800 grit will do the diff rings as in the wont be to smooth?
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800 is a fine grit so ill leave a smooth finish .. I would just sand the diff rings with that.
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no offence to island bwoy but is what he said about the hinge pin mounts true?? do you mount them one l and r on each side with the letter facing the chassis.
i just want conformation.
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no offence to island bwoy but is what he said about the hinge pin mounts true?? do you mount them one l and r on each side with the letter facing the chassis.
i just want conformation.

Island Bwoy is correct when using the alum. arm mounts you mount them with the letters facing the chassis
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Old 01-27-2006, 01:55 AM   #13080
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hey how do you guys shim your front diff 3 or 4 shims?? also if 3 which side o u put the 2 shims on??
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