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Old 01-14-2012, 11:00 AM   #361
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I can't find the xceed putty diff on the net but would this work fine

http://www.tqrcracing.com/shop/produ...+putty&pg_no=1

Anyone have the xceed link for the putty?

Or just get the artist kneaded rubber ...lol



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Here you go...


http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ing-Putty-100g
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Old 01-14-2012, 11:52 AM   #362
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xceed or Spec will work ! what you want to do is put the first gear in but small amount a a time put it as much as you can as long as the other gear will fit in and then put the middle gear, then put more en then close it and it should be good.
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Old 01-16-2012, 03:45 AM   #364
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Hallo,

A quick question regarding Cam holders. What is the difference in using the higher numbers (17-32) or lower numbers (1-16)? OK the diff is higher or lower so the weight is higher or lower. Buth other than that? Can I get some different handling?

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Hey Keven, I see on your set-up sheets you say you are running Yokomo pink - blue springs what spring rate are they? Thanks
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Old 01-16-2012, 09:49 PM   #366
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Hey keven

What is a good starting point for 17.5 boosted touring with a lrp ss v2 and reedy sonic motor? Settings and gearing pleaseA

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Keven thanx for showing me that method on tweaking my TC in New Rochelle last week. Been using it and I feel a difference. Good luck at the Snowbirds!!
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A quick question regarding Cam holders. What is the difference in using the higher numbers (17-32) or lower numbers (1-16)? OK the diff is higher or lower so the weight is higher or lower. Buth other than that? Can I get some different handling?

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running the notches up 1-16 will make the diff lower and running the notches down will make the diff higher. I have found to like the diff lower 99,99 percent of the time and stick to it. diff height will change the way the car handle. in some case we run the front diff higher to help the car get out of the turn and it will give you a bit more steering. It has been a long time since I have played with diff height but I when I did I have always found the mid low position to be the best in most case.

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Hey Keven, I see on your set-up sheets you say you are running Yokomo pink - blue springs what spring rate are they? Thanks
I beleive the pink is 14.? and the blue is 12.12.***BUT*** the pink has more coil than the blue so they feel very similar when you compare them since one is more progressive than the other.

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What is a good starting point for 17.5 boosted touring with a lrp ss v2 and reedy sonic motor? Settings and gearing pleaseA

Thanks cory
Hi Cory,

I beleiver I ran 0/10/8/1 last time I ran with stock rotor 36/106 and 25 degree timing ! I assume this is for Snowbirds ? I am almost positive this is what I found was best few weeks back when I tested but just come see me at the birds and I will help. keep up the good work

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Keven thanx for showing me that method on tweaking my TC in New Rochelle last week. Been using it and I feel a difference. Good luck at the Snowbirds!!
No problem, my pleasure glad I was able to help. Good to see a big group of guys running in new rochelle and keep it up, you were running very good for the short amount of time you been doing it.
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Keven thanx for showing me that method on tweaking my TC in New Rochelle last week. Been using it and I feel a difference. Good luck at the Snowbirds!!
Which method is that?
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Thanks for the reply keven . Yes I am going to run birds . I tried the lrp for the first time this past weekend at boylans mennreg race and I really liked it . My settings were pretty close to what you said .thanks for the help I will come see you at birds
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Ey keven can you give some advice to 10.5 Boosted class using LRP SS V2, with Reedy Sonic 10.5....

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Keven,

it is posible to put your tc6.1 car on weight scales each corner?

And share how many grams is at front under tire and rear end?

Car ready to run.

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Old 02-01-2012, 10:36 AM   #373
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I am using a 2 Millions CST sillicone oil. It is very effician.

I think it is more mecanical than filling with putty !!!!!

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PS : 2 M cst oil is available at SMS shop in France.
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Hi Keven,

I see you cut your top deck a little, do you get more flex with this?

I was reading someone was cutting the shock towers in half to get more chassis flex. Do you think this is a good idea for low traction surface tracks or did you maybe tried it yourself?

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I see you cut your top deck a little, do you get more flex with this?

I was reading someone was cutting the shock towers in half to get more chassis flex. Do you think this is a good idea for low traction surface tracks or did you maybe tried it yourself?

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Where did you see that ? A pics ?
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