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Old 08-05-2013, 05:29 PM   #1156
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The stock chassis is in-line only. The Altered Ego kit allows you to run the car with the battery crosswise. I run mine in-line in 13.5 blinky and like it a lot. But it comes down to personal preference.
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Anyone looking to sell an xti?
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Old 08-06-2013, 10:23 PM   #1158
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Yes, shoot me a pm with your offer..........just a roller.
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Old 08-10-2013, 12:31 AM   #1159
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here is mine almost ready to go, just waiting on some parts to arrive, and some nice weather to paint the body.
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Old 08-11-2013, 04:53 PM   #1160
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Old 08-26-2013, 02:49 PM   #1161
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Selling my XTi, need to pay some tuition.

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Old 08-28-2013, 09:15 AM   #1162
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did anyone else running the spektrum h5020g servo have issues with mounting? as the only way i could get it o fit was to dremel the carbon brace the arms mount onto.

im hoping it hasn't weakened it to much that it will not crack in an accident?
I had the same issue and dremeled as much as I could to get it to fit and just couldn't get it where I felt good about it. I went ahead and picked up the JR servo and it worked great.
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i got it to fit in ok in the end, however making ride height chances take a little longer, but mainly annoyed with the servo saver wasn't what you call centered at all, so i think im on about 40 to 60 left on sub trim.
but overall worked quite well and seemed to run straight without any issues.
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Does anyone know the countersink angle for the 4-40 flat head screws?
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Need to get ready for the IIC...I'm still running the stock chassis layout. Anyone got a good setup and tires for the IIC?
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Does anyone know the countersink angle for the 4-40 flat head screws?
Standard is 82 included
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Need to get ready for the IIC...I'm still running the stock chassis layout. Anyone got a good setup and tires for the IIC?
Here is Wayne's setup from Cleveland - 17.5 Blinky

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I just got back from the US Indoor Champs and thought I'd share my set up info with you.

I ran 1/12 17.5 Masters, TQ'ed and won the main with the following set up:

.50 front springs (.01" gap between steering block and lower pivot)
10* blocks
1* camber
black fronts at 1.62"
3.5mm clearance

stock shock oil
red spring
1.5mm droop
outside of tubes raised with 20k
orange side springs
3.5mm clearance on back of chassis
3.5mm clearance on front and back of lower pod plate
magenta rears at 1.66"
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Oops...i should have said for 13.5 blinky
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For 13.5, I would go to blue side springs, Magenta front tires, Pink rear tires, 20k in tubes (you could start with 10k, but be prepared to go up as the grip builds) and a Black Art Black Market (aka Mohawk) body. I would also be ready to go to .55 front springs.

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Cool thanks Dumper! That's pretty close to the setup I run now on asphalt. .55 front springs, blue side springs, white center spring, 10k oil on the tubes. Except on asphalt I'm runing 2x pink fronts and pink rears.

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