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Old 08-18-2003, 06:04 AM   #6871
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but anyone can confirm that the spindle set for Losi xxx-s:
A-9753 can actually be plucked into the TC3?
I have used, TC3 spindle set in a XXX-S. I suppose XXX-S will fit TC3.
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Old 08-18-2003, 06:10 AM   #6872
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What's the handling characteristic of the Team Prp & speedtechrc front shock tower upper holes, and rear shock tower lower holes ?

please advise.
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Old 08-18-2003, 08:51 AM   #6873
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Lee82, you are correct, those parts will fit... in fact, alot of AE team guys have been running them due to their toughness over the asc counterparts and the tuning option that it gives them
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Old 08-18-2003, 09:28 AM   #6874
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what?they are even tougher?dang!
how does one use the Losi parts as tuning option?
how do they differ in terms of handling etc?
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Old 08-18-2003, 09:30 AM   #6875
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lee, i ran losi spindles on my tc3 this weekend, the car turned in much harder than with the ae peices...i actually went back to the ae parts......
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Old 08-18-2003, 06:45 PM   #6876
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this is weird i was looking for replacement bones(shiny or standard)and i noticed mip doesnt seem to make only the bones!

anyone can clear this up

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Old 08-18-2003, 07:16 PM   #6877
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this is weird i was looking for replacement bones(shiny or standard)and i noticed mip doesnt seem to make only the bones!

anyone can clear this up

The MIP CVD bones are available thru Team Losi
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Old 08-18-2003, 07:20 PM   #6878
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I got my extra dog bones from losi. They make steel ones and aluminium ones. The part number for the aluminium ones is A-9971.
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Old 08-18-2003, 08:33 PM   #6879
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they make adjustments alot easier, than using preloads or those slide thingys, and u can measure the treads, easier to adjust. The have alittle eye-candy, i have them on my pro 3, but not on my xxx-s(i don't feel like payin for'em). There nice to have, but not esential. If u keep adjusting ur car, and putting new setups in, there great, but for the "make it go, and i'll drive it" kinda guy, there not nessesary.

thanks a lot for all the advice! yo johnny thats a hot ride you got there. Mines pretty close like that except blue hahah i'll show you some pictures when mine gets as good as that!
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Well I tried Rosetti's setup for about 5 laps and pulled it off. Way too soft. Way too much body roll, even with sway bars, and transition speed was horrible. Stepped up a little stiffer on the springs and left the front swaybar on and it was good. I ran Pink in front and Orange in the rear. It felt very good. Ended up winning the 19 turn class again. This car seems pretty easy to get hooked up on any surface with a little tuning and tweeking.
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Well I tried Rosetti's setup for about 5 laps and pulled it off. Way too soft. Way too much body roll, even with sway bars, and transition speed was horrible. Stepped up a little stiffer on the springs and left the front swaybar on and it was good. I ran Pink in front and Orange in the rear. It felt very good. Ended up winning the 19 turn class again. This car seems pretty easy to get hooked up on any surface with a little tuning and tweeking.
Where are you running 19t Jon?
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Old 08-18-2003, 09:55 PM   #6882
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Hobby Central and Corona. Last week in Corona we were going to run 19 turn but decided to just run modified. But there's almost always some of us that want to run 19 turn in Poway. I think we had 9 yesterday. I like running 19 turn much better than any other class. Much faster than stock but you don't have quite as much tuning and maintinance as mod.
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Old 08-18-2003, 09:57 PM   #6883
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I got a paradigm Kr 10x2 today. I think I'll try it next week if I head up to Corona. We'll see.
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Cool, be nice if they would have gotten a 19 turn class at SoCal, but I am picking up a BL tomorrow instead... You'll love the Paradigm motor, but check your PM.
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Before the Reedy race, there were 30+ people running 19 turn on Saturdays @ SoCal. Everyone practicing for the spec class. That's actually where I started really running the 19 turns a lot. I put a stock in yesterday and ran in a stock class too and it felt like I had a parachute on the back of the car. I haven't run stock in a couple months.
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