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Old 01-13-2004, 06:36 AM   #8431
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Mark David,

Buy the BRP front bumper and you'll be very happy.

http://horizon.hobbyshopnow.com/serv...=ALL&tag=qsrch

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Old 01-13-2004, 07:22 AM   #8432
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Hey Mark when did you get a Losi? No more Yoke!!!! I got a TC3 as my Yoke kept gitching with 2 different radios and then I sold it to a buddy and he kept glitching with it as well so he just sold it. Too bad as it worked pretty good.
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Old 01-13-2004, 09:47 AM   #8433
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Will that same bumper help with the front suspension/droop screw flex problem?
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Old 01-13-2004, 11:03 AM   #8434
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Wcoyote,

No. I wish though.

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Old 01-13-2004, 12:07 PM   #8435
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Any one going through one-ways on carpet with rubber tires? I went through three last weekend! Either the bearing pins came out or they seized completely.
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The one ways can be quite weak sometimes, I carry some extras when I go to the track. I saw quite a few go out this past weekend.
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Old 01-13-2004, 12:25 PM   #8437
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You should get the Tech-Racing one way. These are bullet proof. They have one piece metal outdrives and 6mm one way bearings.

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Kevin K.. Thanks for the words.. the car was good all weekend. Showed all those shaft cars what was up. Anyways.. heres the setup I ended up with. If I forgot anything let me know.

Front
Oil- Losi 40
Piston- 57
Spring- Trinity Purple congo
Caster- 6 degree
Link location on tower- above and between 2 & 3
Shock location on tower- 2
Roll center- Low
Droop- 2
Toe out- 0
Camber- 1
Ackerman- forward and flipped
Pivot support- 0f
arm spacing- front
Sway bar- .070
Tires- 30mm cyan cut to 28mm

Rear
oil- Losi 40
Piston- 56
Spring- Trinity Blue congo
Link location on tower- 1
Shock location on tower- 2
Roll center- Low
arm spacing- back
Toe in- 2 degrees
Droop- 2
Pivot support- 0R
Camber- 1
Hubs- off set
hub link locaton- A
Tires- 28mm Magenta
Sway Bar- .050

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Batteries forward
Ride hieght, 4.5mm front and rear.
AE hexes front and rear

Gearing- Stock w/ a Monster- 32/128
19T w/ a C2- 38/128
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Old 01-13-2004, 01:37 PM   #8439
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Good job at the race Bobby...and welcome to Losi
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Thanks dude!
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Bobby Flack, good run. What size were your foams after your main?
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Flack- Congrats...thanks for posting set up info as well.
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Are the AE hexs wider, and increase the width of your car? I'm thinking they prevent you from having to grind anything down when running 28mm.
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Quote:
Originally posted by Barry White
You should get the Tech-Racing one way. These are bullet proof. They have one piece metal outdrives and 6mm one way bearings.

I lost a couple this weekend in Stockton on carpet, also. Where can you find those? Thanks, Ryan
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Quote:
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Are the AE hexs wider, and increase the width of your car? I'm thinking they prevent you from having to grind anything down when running 28mm.
With the stock losi hexes, the foam tires will rub the bottom shock eyelet at full lock. With the AE hexes, it spaces the wheels out a little more, adding clearance.
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