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Old 06-08-2012, 10:38 AM   #61
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These aren't pan cars. They're buggy based (B3, B4) dirt oval cars. Great job on the program!
Loving the software also, Bob.
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Thanks for the encouragement guys. Just the kind of motivation I need.

I'm working hard on the new suspension dynamics module. This will provide even more insight into the subject of vehicle dynamics.
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works great on of these days i need to export my 1/8 and nitro stuff
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Old 06-09-2012, 04:22 AM   #64
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works great on of these days i need to export my 1/8 and nitro stuff
Today sounds like a good day. I'll add them to the online library as soon as you send them.
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If anyone has the files for the Kyosho MP9 tki2, tki WC or tki 3 please feel free to have them uploaded

Hi Bob, is there a video or tutorial I can look at to see what measurements I need to take to make my own files?
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If anyone has the files for the Kyosho MP9 tki2, tki WC or tki 3 please feel free to have them uploaded

Hi Bob, is there a video or tutorial I can look at to see what measurements I need to take to make my own files?
Yep. Watch the Chassis Manager Videos on the website.

There are drawings built into the program that illustrate the measurements you need to take
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Will there be an Android version of RC crew chief in the future? Also, does it work with Windows98 SE ??? I got to put my old computers to work.... Is there a CD version available ????
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Old 06-14-2012, 04:04 AM   #68
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My future plans are to look into converting the program to a cloud app. It's just to much work to convert the program to run on every OS. If the cloud approach works then if you have internet access you can access the program.

Haven't tested with Win98 and there is no CD version available just the download method. Sorry.
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I guess I'll have to get a laptop then... $700+ more... I'll try my luck with a refurbished/free one.......lol.....
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Netbook works well is another option. Little easier to lug around too.
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Looking forward to the updates, is there a way to add horizontal shims to the lower arms? I want to see the result of shimming between the hingepin and the bulkhead, but it appears to only support vertical shims?
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I'm looking forward to the updates too. I'm stuck on a bug right now that is driving me nuts.
Anyway to answer your question. The easiest way to handle what you are looking for would be to create a new chassis model. Just click "New Model" In the chassis manager and copy everything into the new model. Then open the chassis manager using the new model and change the X1 dimension to include your horizontal shim. That should do it.
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Would you add 1/8 onroad cars to your app at least an xray rx8 2012
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My biggest problem is finding a way to add more cars to the library. The best way to do it is if I can get my hands on the car. Unfortunately it's not possible for me to get every car out there so the best I can offer would be to work with you and guide you through taking the measurements needed to build a model if you are interested.
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I'm looking forward to the updates too. I'm stuck on a bug right now that is driving me nuts.
Anyway to answer your question. The easiest way to handle what you are looking for would be to create a new chassis model. Just click "New Model" In the chassis manager and copy everything into the new model. Then open the chassis manager using the new model and change the X1 dimension to include your horizontal shim. That should do it.
Ok thanks, that is what I have been doing.
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