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Old 08-06-2004, 06:08 PM   #11866
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Loosen the two screws slightly that hold each roll center block to the chassis. Once you've completely tightened the pivot block screws, retighten the roll center blocks.
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Old 08-07-2004, 12:19 PM   #11867
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What is the trick to getting the 0F block to work with the low roll pivots?
I just had to take a little material off the bumper, and it worked fine.
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Old 08-08-2004, 02:43 AM   #11868
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I want to get a few new things for my Losi; is the new PRP shock towers and Tamiya shocks worth the money? I'm getting the G+ conversion kit and wanted to know what shocks come with the standard G+ Kit? Are they the same shocks that come with the RTR?

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Old 08-08-2004, 04:44 AM   #11869
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Who has a website for the Tamiya shocks?

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Old 08-08-2004, 09:56 AM   #11870
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I want to get a few new things for my Losi; is the new PRP shock towers and Tamiya shocks worth the money?
IMO, the tamiya shocks aren't necessary, but, then again, I've always like the stock shocks.
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I'm getting the G+ conversion kit and wanted to know what shocks come with the standard G+ Kit? Are they the same shocks that come with the RTR?
Nope, the G+ comes with threaded shock set, with .36 shafts in back and .28 in front. Theres a full set on ebay right now for about $25 ea.
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Old 08-08-2004, 10:57 AM   #11871
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The trinity heat sink is actually a plate w/ fins screwed to the top that gets sandwiched between the motor and the mounting plate. I think what you're looking for is the clamp with the heatsink on it and that is made by dynamite. sorry I don't have the p# for you.
Found it dynamites # is dyn6820
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Old 08-08-2004, 12:26 PM   #11872
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James- That's messed up that I had to run without my Losi buddy yesterday. Did you stay for any of the qualifying? Did you like that motor? Just call me the taller Jim Dieter.....LOL
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Yeah sorry I had to go out with some friends last night. If there was more chicks at the track I would have stayed. I stayed for the first round when you had TQ. I saw you motor Jim Rose. It looked good, stayed strong the whole 5 minutes it looked like. I'm Rick James, b*tch...LOL.
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Yeah sorry I had to go out with some friends last night. If there was more chicks at the track I would have stayed. I stayed for the first round when you had TQ. I saw you motor Jim Rose. It looked good, stayed strong the whole 5 minutes it looked like. I'm Rick James, b*tch...LOL.
I The motor actually got better as the night went on so you can imagine what happened to everyone on the straight... I made Lex look like he was running a micro motor. I broke in the main though. The next time out I will bring my brighter painted bodies.
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Hey,
What adjustment should I be looking at for ultra fine-tuning the rear slide?
Sorry about my newbness.....

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Also, do the higher numbered pistons have smaller or larger holes than the lower numbered ones?
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CARDBOARD & POPPA RAY

THANKS GUYS

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What adjustment should I be looking at for ultra fine-tuning the rear slide?
Sorry about my newbness.....
Never mind. I understand it now.
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Never mind. I understand it now.
Then share with us...Pleeeeeeeeze
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