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Old 04-23-2011, 08:19 AM   #1
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Default CRC GenX WGT chassis layout

Just picked up a new CRC GenX 10LE.... Wondering:

What is the best battery position to run? Most of the pictures I see have the battery lengthwise down the middle. Not sure how the electronics are going in though.

Is anyone having luck with the battery mounted parallel to the chassis in the rear position with electronics in front of it?

I will be running on prepped asphalt with med, to high grip, also running a Sophia body for now.

Any pics of your electronics layout would help!
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All of the CRCs at my track put the battery lengthwise on the chassis and mount the electronics on either side of the battery.
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Should post this in the CRC Gen X 10 thread

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Most run the battery down the center as far forward as it will go and put electronics behind the battery, I don't know of any running the battery in the back
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