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Old 04-25-2006, 09:04 PM   #14416
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Yes they will. They just need to be shimmed different.
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Old 04-25-2006, 10:22 PM   #14417
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Things slow at Popeye's today STLNLST? LOL

Hope you're feeling better.....
I'm feeling better and better with every remark you make. I just want to get out and run my car I still gotta get my first win at Speedworld this year.
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Old 04-26-2006, 05:52 AM   #14418
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I'm feeling better and better with every remark you make. I just want to get out and run my car I still gotta get my first win at Speedworld this year.
...dude I'm setting my goals even lower ...I just want to run a main at SWR this year!! ...I hope this wierda$$ weather means we're just skipping spring and straight into summer, otherwise we're gonna be really good friends with tire warmers on RP36's for the nats
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Old 04-26-2006, 06:16 AM   #14419
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...dude I'm setting my goals even lower ...I just want to run a main at SWR this year!! ...I hope this wierda$$ weather means we're just skipping spring and straight into summer, otherwise we're gonna be really good friends with tire warmers on RP36's for the nats
I have some on standby just incase the weather warms up this weekend. Other than that I'll be running RP30's.
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Old 04-26-2006, 06:44 AM   #14420
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What 64 pitch spur size are most of you going with on your EC's? I have a buddy thats building one and don't have computer access right now.
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Old 04-26-2006, 06:50 AM   #14421
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What 64 pitch spur size are most of you going with on your EC's? I have a buddy thats building one and don't have computer access right now.
118t = 89t

115/116t = 86t

112t = 83t

The above are basic conversions from the standard EC spurs to aftermarket 64dp.

Personally, I use either 118t (mod) and 116t (19t). And mainly RW spurs.
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Old 04-26-2006, 06:54 AM   #14422
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I've only liked the oneway indoors at SoCal. Outdoors it's always been too twitchy and hard to drive. I've got a really good setup I think for SoCal that you can try outdoors. It's never been tested there but it may be worth a shot. The first thing I'd do to it to run outdoors is go one rate lower on the springs. Drop me an Email ([email protected]) and I'll send it to you. It's on an Excel setup sheet I have.
Hi Jon, Thanks for providing your setup. Have tried it and some slight mods for it and I must say that at this stage I prefer to go back to a spool (just safer to drive in the 'heat of battle'.... cleanly - IMO). But I will be working on a modified oneway setup durning testing and practice over the coming months to see if I can get the lap times down and also keep the consistency the same.
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Old 04-26-2006, 07:01 AM   #14423
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118t = 89t

115/116t = 86t

112t = 83t

The above are basic conversions from the standard EC spurs to aftermarket 64dp.

Personally, I use either 118t (mod) and 116t (19t). And mainly RW spurs.
Thanks. I will pass that info on.
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Old 04-26-2006, 04:02 PM   #14424
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heyi was wondering if anyone can hel-p me i had a bit of a problem tonite my driveshatf had a tendency to keep locking up on the hub carrier i was wondering if anyone could help me
i was wondering if it could be a faulty shaft coz i have only had the car for two weeks it did have a good nites racing tonite but the drive shaft was the only problem

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Old 04-26-2006, 04:11 PM   #14425
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heyi was wondering if anyone can hel-p me i had a bit of a problem tonite my driveshatf had a tendency to keep locking up on the hub carrier i was wondering if anyone could help me
i was wondering if it could be a faulty shaft coz i have only had the car for two weeks it did have a good nites racing tonite but the drive shaft was the only problem

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Has the pin come loose and is the pin locking up on the hub or is there something else going on? If its just the pin then loosen the set screw and push the pin back into place and tighten the set screw back down.
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heyi was wondering if anyone can hel-p me i had a bit of a problem tonite my driveshatf had a tendency to keep locking up on the hub carrier i was wondering if anyone could help me
i was wondering if it could be a faulty shaft coz i have only had the car for two weeks it did have a good nites racing tonite but the drive shaft was the only problem

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There was a problem with the stock CVDs (pins breaking or coming out), contact Schumacher direct for a warranty replacement
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Old 04-26-2006, 07:16 PM   #14427
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Nemisis, If the pin isn't broken, could you pull the drive shaft out of the car and post a picture of it? This might be very usefull.-Jeff
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Old 04-26-2006, 07:17 PM   #14428
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HELP ME PLEASE.

I was racing my mi2 and one of the bottom king pins on my front alloy knuckles came off and i coudnt find it. Is it possible to buy them or do i have to buy 2 new alloy knuckles again?????
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Old 04-26-2006, 09:05 PM   #14429
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HELP ME PLEASE.

I was racing my mi2 and one of the bottom king pins on my front alloy knuckles came off and i coudnt find it. Is it possible to buy them or do i have to buy 2 new alloy knuckles again?????
part number U2776 contains teh bits you want 2- upper and 2 lower and 2 grub screws. All up about $12 in Australia.
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Old 04-26-2006, 10:35 PM   #14430
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HELP ME PLEASE.

I was racing my mi2 and one of the bottom king pins on my front alloy knuckles came off and i coudnt find it. Is it possible to buy them or do i have to buy 2 new alloy knuckles again?????
I can guarantee you this... use threadlock on the grub screws or it WILL happen again. I had this happen to me twice before using some blue tl. after that no worries.
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