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Old 02-18-2012, 11:03 AM   #391
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What setup do you recommend to start with on low/medium bite carpet? (using sorex 28 tires)
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What setup do you recommend to start with on low/medium bite carpet? (using sorex 28 tires)
tc6.1 setup from manual

in shocks pistons 1/1/1,5mm and oil front 55wt, rear 50-55wt

maybe rear spring green if traction is low, if go up, put silver.
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Hi keven,
So mean there no way to update a v1 esc to v2 esc with the bridge? Then any other way to make my v1 to v2? That's mean the bridge I buy is wasted.
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Old 02-19-2012, 08:10 AM   #394
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So mean there no way to update a v1 esc to v2 esc with the bridge? Then any other way to make my v1 to v2? That's mean the bridge I buy is wasted.
http://www.lrp.cc/en/news/news/produ...b20818ab890745
With the new LRP Logicboard, you can update V1 to latest spec.

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Old 02-19-2012, 08:58 AM   #395
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How's much is this upgrade?
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Old 02-20-2012, 04:36 AM   #396
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With the new LRP Logicboard, you can update V1 to latest spec.



Thanks buddy, I will look for it in my local market
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Old 02-21-2012, 01:40 PM   #397
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Hey Keven,

how do you measure ride hight? Do you just drop the car on the set-up bord or do you tapp/push it a little down to settle it? I get different resulti: 4,5mm with the first method and almost 6mm with the other!

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Old 02-21-2012, 01:53 PM   #398
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Hey keven - have u given Haynes the right setups forbhisncars yet? Or do unwanna watch him fail for a while first??? Feel free to point him in the wrong direction for a while . It will be fun to watch
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It is posible to get picture how right set "drop" value for tc6.1?

in ae drop = downstop

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Old 02-22-2012, 01:26 AM   #400
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Dear Keven, need some help on coming competition on may at my place. Please check the picture and give some advise, i need gear ratio advise, ESC setting, tayar and insert ^^






take note, this will be a concrete remix track with some paint on it (something like badminton court) i'm using LRP SXX TC spec V1 ESC with LRP 4.5T octa wind motor. The longest speed way(the speeding straight way) for this track will be around 200feet excluding the corner for both side.

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another asphault (a bit bumgy) track for normally i pratice and play fun will be as follow, same i need the great ratio, ESC setting and car setting from your seggestion, thanks.







p/s: the longest speeding way will be 140 feet excluding both side corner, thanks.
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Step 5 I set my car on the edge of the board * so the middle of the chassis hit the edge and then make sure both tires hit the board at the same time to make sure the droop is even (if the chassis is flat and you dont have a crazy amount of slop it should be work very good ! I do that front and rear and while doing this, you want to tweak the car at the same time ! so to do the front you hold the rear and push up on it until front tires hit the board and then you will see if the car leans over on the left or the right which ever side leans first you need to put more preload on that side an a little less on the other side !!! The you do the same for the rear ! I am reading it and know it might be hard to picture but it is the best explanation I could get for now
Sorry keven, I'm not very understand start from setp 5, can you explain in more simple way? Sorry for inconvenient .
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It is posible to get picture how right set "drop" value for tc6.1?

in ae drop = downstop

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I was wondering the same thing.
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I ask because there is hm... some plastics on arm and ... where take this dimmension????



Just wonder.
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just buolt the car and first test will be at a race this weekend, i wonder the same thing.. for now i followed the picture in the manual, it looks like the measurment should be just under the screw that blocks the hinge pin..(?)
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just buolt the car and first test will be at a race this weekend, i wonder the same thing.. for now i followed the picture in the manual, it looks like the measurment should be just under the screw that blocks the hinge pin..(?)
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