Originally Posted by Rowdy
How do people reduce the amount of lateral movment in the front outer camber link and stop it from coming loose over time.
Also, does anyone know of an online store that stocks yokomo decal sheets. I know speedtech does but they have been out of stock for ages.
I run the camber link connected to the lower holes on the hub, but even with a kingpin in place of the ballstud there is still lots of play and it works its way loose, threadlock is probably your best bet, and just check it between every few races.
That's coz I took them all a few weeks back for a few of us
Gave the granger edition it's first run last night, was very good, through some sort of magic it seemed to tweak less (but maybe that's coz it handled better and therefore I didn't hit anything
My local carpet track is very small and tight, and with to get the extreme level of steering I required from the std car (with a 1-way, spools suck there) I had to put thicker oil in the rear, lower front roll centre, stand the shocks up etc, all made the car very twitchy. Last night I ran the car with a what appeared to be a safe, stable setup, but instead it turned-in as well as the old car, but without the twitchiness! The different toe-blocks and hubs gave more steering without comprimising stability and corner speed, and the SDW arms were just awesome! I'm looking forward to run the car again and start playing with setups, but my first impressions are good
My local track (Phoenix Raceway)
Also who else is running HPI springs? I have found them to have more accurate ratings than the rayspeed springs (as they often varied in poundage) and due to them being "progressive" they settle the car down a lot more, especially with 19T/mod motors, as squeezing on the power on exit unsettled my car a lot with rayspeed springs, I put the HPI equivelents on and all the twitchiness was gone but with the same level of steering. On the subect of HPI springs, the grainger edition adverts say rayspeed greens are the equivelelents of HPI blues. HPI blues are 15.3lb, that's more the equivelent of Rayspeed Blues or Yellows