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Old 03-28-2014, 06:51 PM   #151
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could some one post a setup for gta 21.5t carpet rubber tire setup?
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does any one have their own pics of mi1v2?
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Old 09-29-2014, 10:51 AM   #153
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Here's my base carpet setup for those looking for a base to start the indoor season. I've had great luck in our Scale Spec class, as well as some limited racing in Stock. FYI this setup is for the standard Mi1, but should cross over to the v2 as well.
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Could some one post the carpet stock setup thanks
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Could some one post the carpet stock setup thanks
The only real difference between the two was rear toe and spring rates.

> Increase rear toe to 3mm per side
> Increase camber to 2 deg. all around
> AE Copper springs in the rear
> AE Purple springs up front

That made for a drivable car, although depending on layout and grip levels, you may want to play with springs a bit more.
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can you gear the car box stock to fdr 4 for 17.5 binky?
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can you gear the car box stock to fdr 4 for 17.5 binky?
Not sure, because I use 64p gears (kit comes with 48p)
Pick up Schumacher Pt# U2252, this will allow you to use industry standard spur gears, which will make gearing much easier.
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Old 10-02-2014, 07:04 PM   #158
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Just now building my mi . going to try it on asphalt for practice than move on to carpet when our track changes over. So far it's a nice build
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Does anyone know how to install the u2252 gear adaptor thir no instructions with it
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Does anyone know how to install the u2252 gear adaptor thir no instructions with it
The part comes with a lot of extra pieces that aren't needed. It was designed for multiple cars. The adaptor just slides over the pin with the spur attached to the adaptor itself. Then just add the layshaft pulley and spacers per the instructions.
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Ok thank you sir I did not know what the other parts were for.
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What servo are you guys are using?
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What servo are you guys are using?
I use a savox
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Savox SC1251MG. Inexpensive, fast and reliable. I like the low profile too, allows me to tuck my ESC cap behind it.
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Posted a small write-up on build tips for the Mi1, for those interested.
Copy and paste the link to my blog from my signature.
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