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Old 05-17-2012, 09:25 PM   #2506
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I am running only the 2 front most screws on the front and the 2 rearmost screws on the rear of the top deck without problems (yet). I am not sure if this poses a problem with the pinion and spur mesh moving and creating a damaged spur gear do to excessive flex. we will see


I am in the process of putting a new setup on the car. The box asphalt setup yielded a very loose car and so I am trying something new. I noticed while on the setup board I too have a rear toe discrepancy appx .50-.75 from one side to the other. I took apart the rear end and measured all pieces involved and after finding the parts to be within acceptable tolerance (less than .01) I reassembled leaving the screws loose and carefully working my way around and tightening. When done I had reduced the toe difference to less than .25mm.
If I were to want an even more accurate rear toe what is the solution. I am running 1 piece rear and 2 piece front blocks, I do not want to switch to a 1 piece front block at the price of losing grip. do you add spacers or sand the roll center block?
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Old 05-18-2012, 06:35 AM   #2507
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Has anyone actually compared laptimes between ecs's and normal ones?
ECS has a Different steering Characteristics Than the Normal Drive shafts ,Car has more roll... normal ones act like a dragbrakes because of that Chatter But The Best Ever Feel was with Litemodz DriveShafts Till They Fell A Part
I wish One Day They Manage to sort them Out ,they were smooooth like Butter I Love Every second ...
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Old 05-18-2012, 06:38 AM   #2508
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What version of the Litemodz drive shaft did you have/use Yokemad?

I have a set of the Evo 2 ones - i think thats right - that i haven't used yet, but am hoping all the bugs are ironed out...
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How does adding weight to the front or back of the car affect the handling,
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Old 05-19-2012, 01:40 PM   #2510
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How does adding weight to the front or back of the car affect the handling,
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I was led to believe adding weight to the front will give you more front traction, and adding rear weight will aid in rear traction. So, if you need your car to turn, add weight in the front. If your rear end is too loose, add weight in the rear. hope this helps.
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Old 05-19-2012, 05:32 PM   #2511
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I was led to believe adding weight to the front will give you more front traction, and adding rear weight will aid in rear traction. So, if you need your car to turn, add weight in the front. If your rear end is too loose, add weight in the rear. hope this helps.
Also consider weight transfer. Adding weight to the rear will yield more off power steering and adding weight to the front will only yield less ON power steering. Hope this helps!
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Old 05-20-2012, 04:58 AM   #2512
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What version of the Litemodz drive shaft did you have/use Yokemad?

I have a set of the Evo 2 ones - i think thats right - that i haven't used yet, but am hoping all the bugs are ironed out...
I reckon They were the Latest model but I used them @ultra Tight Carpet track about 10-15 minutes, they are not Ideal if you need extreme steering angles

If you're racing @mid. to Big size Track You should try Them a.s.a.p
You gonna Feel The difference ! They are Great
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Need a little more on power steering on a low to mid traction track. I am running stock asphalt set up in mod. Any suggestions? I noticed the asphalt set up uses 2 piece mount in front. That is only difference in my set up. I currently only have the 1 piece block. Will this give me the on power steering I need?
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I reckon They were the Latest model but I used them @ultra Tight Carpet track about 10-15 minutes, they are not Ideal if you need extreme steering angles

If you're racing @mid. to Big size Track You should try Them a.s.a.p
You gonna Feel The difference ! They are Great
i had a set of these but they only come in 50mm length for the xray t3 kept breaking the front outdrives since going back to the standard 52 mm driveshafts no outdrives have broken litemodz please make 52mm driveshafts
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I have a question I'm going to run blinky 17.5 but I want to use 48p gears what spur should I use
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anyone have a good pinion/spur combo for 17.5 blinky with a fantom D3 or a sonic?
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anyone have a good pinion/spur combo for 17.5 blinky with a fantom D3 or a sonic?
96/48 = 3.80 FDR
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anyone have a good pinion/spur combo for 17.5 blinky with a fantom D3 or a sonic?
96/48 or 47 gives you 3.8/3.88. That's where I heard you should start.
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what is the best combo for stock racing 17.5 blinky with motor timing. i have the viper 17.5 and viper vtx10 esc, is there something better than this. i also have a tekin rs esc that i'm not using right now. thanks.
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what is the best combo for stock racing 17.5 blinky with motor timing. i have the viper 17.5 and viper vtx10 esc, is there something better than this. i also have a tekin rs esc that i'm not using right now. thanks.
In blinky mode, they are all *totally* the same.
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