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Old 01-05-2006, 06:20 AM   #2251
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...also to allow easyer ackerman adjustment i removed the top of the inner toe link ballcups, so i can slide the wrench in from the front once the bumper is removed (second pic)

great idea stew. thats made an awkward job a breeze.
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Old 01-05-2006, 08:22 AM   #2252
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Wow... i like the new spur gear holder and first one (don't know the name) i assume that the little carbon plate is a motormount brace the same as shooters but then in carbon and meaby a little upside down, and i don't see the point in having a aluminium middle block but anyways i like the hop-ups and i am going to buy some .

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i think the 'little carbon plate' is a pivot block? looks like it has the cutout for the belt to go under it.
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Old 01-05-2006, 08:49 AM   #2253
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i think the 'little carbon plate' is a pivot block? looks like it has the cutout for the belt to go under it.
it's for the top motor brace...
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Old 01-05-2006, 10:56 AM   #2254
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does anyone know where can you buy Square products in the uk.
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Old 01-05-2006, 10:36 PM   #2255
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anyone have a good starting setup for 19t carpet running rubber tires CS-22 i am going to the magma race race in 2 1/2 weeks and i need a good starting point my club only runs foam so i dont know where to start any help would be great
anyone anyone buelher buelher ??
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does anyone know where can you buy Square products in the uk.
i dun think that square will be selling in UK. mostly you can order fron rc-champ or rainbowten they will reply you very fast.
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Old 01-06-2006, 03:41 AM   #2257
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anyone anyone buelher buelher ??
I'll post mine tonight, 17T, high grip carpet, tight track.
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Old 01-06-2006, 04:19 AM   #2258
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hi does any have a part number for this iteam
http://www.rc-square.com/hpi/shb17.jpg
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hi does any have a part number for this iteam
http://www.rc-square.com/hpi/shb17.jpg
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Old 01-06-2006, 03:24 PM   #2261
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Hey,
I run 22s in stock and 19t at my local club and have found very small variations from kit to be best. First i raised the pivot blocks by 1mm all round making the car roll less through the turns, I also removed the rollbars all round and put gold springs on the front. I am also running 40wt oil in the rear compared to 50wt in the front. This seems to be a pretty good base setup for most tracks, if you feel you have to much steering tho, try droping the ammount of inboard toe out on the front, perhaps to 2 or 1.5 degrees.

Just curious, what have you tried at the moment?

Also has anyone ran the shocks without the rebound foams? if so what were your findings?

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I run 22s in stock and 19t at my local club and have found very small variations from kit to be best. First i raised the pivot blocks by 1mm all round making the car roll less through the turns, I also removed the rollbars all round and put gold springs on the front. I am also running 40wt oil in the rear compared to 50wt in the front. This seems to be a pretty good base setup for most tracks, if you feel you have to much steering tho, try droping the ammount of inboard toe out on the front, perhaps to 2 or 1.5 degrees.

Just curious, what have you tried at the moment?

Also has anyone ran the shocks without the rebound foams? if so what were your findings?

Cheers Phil.
thanks for the info i am pretty close to what you gave me i put 45 all the way around goldfront /silver back also silver sway bar alll the way around i guess one ways is the way to go? i will also raise the roll center like you told me 1 mm and put 2 mm spacers under the ball cup on the bulkhead sound good?also second hole from the outside on the towers .any more suggestions i will take .
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this is hara's carpet setup, but it's for mod. i think it won't be much of a difference than 19t

http://www.hotbodiesonline.net/Set-ups/cycln_05IIC.pdf

for a cleaner printed non hand-written set-up sheet go to the HPI japan site.

http://www.hpiracing.co.jp/contents/setup/hara.html
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ive seen haras setup on the hpi website but it seems whacky and its for 7x1 motor but now i think i got an idea of how to set it up from haras set up thanks.
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ive seen haras setup on the hpi website but it seems whacky and its for 7x1 motor but now i think i got an idea of how to set it up from haras set up thanks.

try hara's baseline setup. it rocks!!!!
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