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Old 10-12-2011, 10:37 AM   #3766
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If someone has Hara's IIC 17.5 setup, will you be able to share?

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i'm working on it now. will be posted very soon.

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I race on very high grip carpet and it was recommended to me to try zero rebound!! To do this i will have to drill a hole in the shock cap but i was wondering what affect this would have on the car, will it reduce the cars overall traction?
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Old 10-12-2011, 01:23 PM   #3768
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Tested the Smokem chassis , very good, very fast car and very easy control under all conditions, tested also some optionals parts Jet Racing, really really excellent construction, recommended .

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Hi AGNO,

Nicely prepared car. Good job.
I also have the smokem chassis but have not managed to test it yet.
I chose to install the original HB narrow chassis first to use as a bench mark.
Stock wide chassis was pretty good to be fair.
This is my latest installation:





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Old 10-12-2011, 02:29 PM   #3769
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here you go...
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Do you happen to know what diffs he ran front and rear ?
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Old 10-13-2011, 12:48 AM   #3771
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Hi AGNO,

Nicely prepared car. Good job.
I also have the smokem chassis but have not managed to test it yet.
I chose to install the original HB narrow chassis first to use as a bench mark.
Stock wide chassis was pretty good to be fair.
This is my latest installation:





few more photos & info here:

JD RACING BLOG
Nice work John, I too have the new chassis HB narrow, shortly prove it, I was just curious to try it first Smokem being very different from the original chassis.
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Old 10-13-2011, 01:14 AM   #3772
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i'm working on it now. will be posted very soon.

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Any chance, we can get the esc settings andy moore used with the hpi flux pro 17.5t?
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Default IIC winning setup

hello all
I read the winning setup setup of hara (IIC).
"..Prototype longer steering crank used.." what it means?
He used new steering blocks 3 holes without shims?
Strangely he did not use the solution FR to enlarge the supports of the arms,
always been used by HB champions when they run on carpet
Please somebody have any photos of the car?

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Do you happen to know what diffs he ran front and rear ?
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He had a gear diff with #2000 oil in rear and a gear diff with putty (a bit of #2000 oil in mixed) in front.
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Any chance, we can get the esc settings andy moore used with the hpi flux pro 17.5t?
I will ask him and post here as soon as i get info from him.
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hello all
I read the winning setup setup of hara (IIC).
"..Prototype longer steering crank used.." what it means?
He used new steering blocks 3 holes without shims?
Strangely he did not use the solution FR to enlarge the supports of the arms,
always been used by HB champions when they run on carpet
Please somebody have any photos of the car?

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Yes Hara's car had prototype steering crank with new 3holes steering knuckles.

For the FR block, he had +0.5 on his stock car.

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Has anyone had trouble with the driveshaft blades breaking easily when you use a gear diff in the front?? If so are there any solutions to this??
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Has anyone had trouble with the driveshaft blades breaking easily when you use a gear diff in the front?? If so are there any solutions to this??


I've been using TC6 blades BUT you have to drill them out for the larger pin diameter of the HB bones.
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Has anyone had trouble with the driveshaft blades breaking easily when you use a gear diff in the front?? If so are there any solutions to this??
Spec-R blades, very low price and very durable.

http://www.spec-r.com/default/index....roducts_id=241
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Spec-R blades, very low price and very durable.

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I second this. The several pairs they give in the package justifies the price
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