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Old 12-13-2007, 03:57 PM   #10261
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i am currently rebuilding a friends car he had bought off a well known auction site. he has metal holders for his anti-roll bars, they come plastic in the worlds kit. Has anyone got these or know where i could get some?


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i am currently rebuilding a friends car he had bought off a well known auction site. he has metal holders for his anti-roll bars, they come plastic in the worlds kit. Has anyone got these or know where i could get some?


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I think Jet racing make those.
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Old 12-13-2007, 09:35 PM   #10264
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2x6mm Ceramic Nitride Pre-assembled Thrust Bearing. this is something new to me, is they anyone using it any feedback
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Anyone know a good starting out final drive ratio for a cyclone running novak 4.5 motor and 6 cell with 63mm sorex rubbers.... on a medium sized outdoor track..
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Old 12-14-2007, 01:22 AM   #10266
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i think my 4.5 said 10:1 for tc 6 cell starting ratio.
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Anyone know a good starting out final drive ratio for a cyclone running novak 4.5 motor and 6 cell with 63mm sorex rubbers.... on a medium sized outdoor track..
I run 8.8 FDR with my Nosram 4.5R on 6 cells
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Old 12-14-2007, 07:46 AM   #10268
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Anyone know a good starting out final drive ratio for a cyclone running novak 4.5 motor and 6 cell with 63mm sorex rubbers.... on a medium sized outdoor track..
with sintered rotor anywhere between 8.25 to a 8.5 fdr
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i think my 4.5 said 10:1 for tc 6 cell starting ratio.
maybe with a bonded rotor ,for bonded rotor start around a 9.75 and check your motor temps
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Hi everyone,

I'm running 10.5, rubber on carpet and when the traction comes up, I develop some moderate traction rolling. What setup changes are most effective at eliminating the problem? Here's my current setup:

Springs: FR-Gold, R-Silver
Roll Centers: 1.5mm all around
Droop: FR-5.5mm, R-5.0mm
Shock Oil: 50wt all around
Shock Positions: Middle holes, front and rear
Camber: 1.5 deg all around
Castor: 4 deg
Toe: -.5 deg

Thanks for the help.
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Hi everyone,

I'm running 10.5, rubber on carpet and when the traction comes up, I develop some moderate traction rolling. What setup changes are most effective at eliminating the problem? Here's my current setup:

Springs: FR-Gold, R-Silver
Roll Centers: 1.5mm all around
Droop: FR-5.5mm, R-5.0mm
Shock Oil: 50wt all around
Shock Positions: Middle holes, front and rear
Camber: 1.5 deg all around
Castor: 4 deg
Toe: -.5 deg

Thanks for the help.
what tires?
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Sorex 28R pre-mounts. They are the spec tire for our regional series, so can't change.
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where are your camber links? try making your camber links shorter it will make the car roll less

(maybe suspencion mount #3 and #1 on the hub on the rear)
#3 suspencion mount in the front
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Camber links are fairly long, Hole#1 everywhere.
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