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Old 02-25-2014, 05:37 PM   #961
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Need to clear out my entire collection of ARC R10 NIB spares ASAP.

Essential parts like Flex Motor Mount, Alu Suspension Mounts, DCJs, Alu Turnbukles, Gear Diffs, Low Friction Belts etc.

Total cost = Over USD 700 (retail price)

Special package price = USD 500

Will only sell as a package. Please PM your email address ONLY if you are interested to buy the ENTIRE PACKAGE, and I will send you the detailed parts list.
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Old 02-25-2014, 08:41 PM   #962
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Need to clear out my entire collection of ARC R10 NIB spares ASAP.

Essential parts like Flex Motor Mount, Alu Suspension Mounts, DCJs, Alu Turnbukles, Gear Diffs, Low Friction Belts etc.

Total cost = Over USD 700 (retail price)

Special package price = USD 500

Will only sell as a package. Please PM your email address ONLY if you are interested to buy the ENTIRE PACKAGE, and I will send you the detailed parts list.
Dang, you must have a lot of stuff.
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Old 02-26-2014, 08:22 PM   #963
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Hi all,

I have an ARC R10 2013, all built and Ive run it a couple of times but I noticed the other day that my sway bars arent even. My other car doesn't have them so im unsure how to adjust them so that they're even, as in, if I lift the right rear the left will match, but when I lift the left the right doesnt even move.
Help would be much appreciated.

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Old 02-26-2014, 11:40 PM   #964
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Hi all,

I have an ARC R10 2013, all built and Ive run it a couple of times but I noticed the other day that my sway bars arent even. My other car doesn't have them so im unsure how to adjust them so that they're even, as in, if I lift the right rear the left will match, but when I lift the left the right doesnt even move.
Help would be much appreciated.

Thanks in advance from a noob
Adjust the length of the drop links until the bar acts evenly on each side.
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Old 03-01-2014, 12:53 PM   #965
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Guys i need your help. As u know the arc has a 3 degree toe in block in the rear. I was setting up my car on the gig and noticed that the left side is 3 degree exactly but the right is 4 degree.

I tried everything but i cannot match them. I ve checked droop, suspensions, tweak, hinge pins but simply cannot match

I have the 2mm chasis

Can u please help me out and advise what can it be
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Old 03-01-2014, 02:04 PM   #966
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Uneven rear toe is an issue on quite a few cars, best ignored. But if its really bugging you, then you could try loosening the blocks, then apply right pressure to the front block and left pressure to the rear block as you tighten them.
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Old 03-01-2014, 02:20 PM   #967
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Guys i need your help. As u know the arc has a 3 degree toe in block in the rear. I was setting up my car on the gig and noticed that the left side is 3 degree exactly but the right is 4 degree.

I tried everything but i cannot match them. I ve checked droop, suspensions, tweak, hinge pins but simply cannot match

I have the 2mm chasis

Can u please help me out and advise what can it be
Question? Are you using the split blocks as you front rear suspension holders? If so I had an issue with that as well. One side 3* and other 2.75*. I went to the solid front 0* suspension holder and my problem was solved. Was going to get another set of split blocks to see if my first set was milled wrong. Not a real big issue but noticed my tracking was off in the straight a hair.
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Old 03-01-2014, 09:27 PM   #968
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Question? Are you using the split blocks as you front rear suspension holders? If so I had an issue with that as well. One side 3* and other 2.75*. I went to the solid front 0* suspension holder and my problem was solved. Was going to get another set of split blocks to see if my first set was milled wrong. Not a real big issue but noticed my tracking was off in the straight a hair.
In fact i am using the solid 0degree holder. So do you suggest that i ignore or else try new block ?
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Id start in two areas, Make sure hinge pins are straight. If the pins are straight, swap the rear upright assembles from left to right to see if the readings change to confirm a warped upright.
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Id start in two areas, Make sure hinge pins are straight. If the pins are straight, swap the rear upright assembles from left to right to see if the readings change to confirm a warped upright.
Thanks for your reply, can you please advise which part is the upright?
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Thanks for your reply, can you please advise which part is the upright?
Rear hub.

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The rear uprights are also called the rear hubs(where the axle bearings sit in).
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just trying to get my head around thease part #'s & which part it is,can someone help me out here,these are the 3 length steering arm lengths but i dont know which is the 18 , 20 or 22

pt# R102821
R102822
R102823

any help is much appreciated
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http://www.arc-rc.com.tw/products_r10_2013_option.html
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just trying to get my head around thease part #'s & which part it is,can someone help me out here,these are the 3 length steering arm lengths but i dont know which is the 18 , 20 or 22

pt# R102821
R102822
R102823

any help is much appreciated
Graham, go thru A Main & get the 20mm ones...that's my thought
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