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Old 12-11-2006, 07:55 AM   #6256
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thanks stew there all 62.5mm. have you got a good carpet set up rubber tyres (tight technical track) cheers stephen
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Old 12-11-2006, 08:53 AM   #6257
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I'm going to revise it shortly..
to include the extra holes on the WCE shock towers
and 4-cell option battery placement.
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Old 12-11-2006, 08:54 AM   #6258
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I'm going to revise it shortly..
to include the extra holes on the WCE shock towers
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send me one when you do!
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Old 12-11-2006, 09:07 AM   #6259
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send me one when you do!
send me a PM with our email. I'll email out when finished.
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does anyone know what size the shocks should be? i have set them all to 62.5 but i have now been told that the rear shocks should be about 63.5 but then stew said keep em all same length what should i do ?
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does anyone know what size the shocks should be? i have set them all to 62.5 but i have now been told that the rear shocks should be about 63.5 but then stew said keep em all same length what should i do ?
you will be fine , i have mine set at 63mm front and rear with no problems at all
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thanks marcos!
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thanks stew there all 62.5mm. have you got a good carpet set up rubber tyres (tight technical track) cheers stephen
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Why the carbon rear deck?
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This is what the Moore-Speed WCE box looks like for those that are interested.

Building begins later this week.
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Why the carbon rear deck?
It helps balance, as the carbon has slightly different flex characteristics to the finned alu version
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This is what the Moore-Speed WCE box looks like for those that are interested.

Building begins later this week.
But we dont race boxes! lol no the box does look nice.

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It helps balance, as the carbon has slightly different flex characteristics to the finned alu version
Makes sense really.
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