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Old 02-12-2013, 09:13 AM   #2731
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I can not find it. Please link.
Same here. Cant find it. Link woud be nice.
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Same here. Cant find it. Link woud be nice.
You must search for steven olsen setups. I also didnt found setups from lisaau.
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Old 02-12-2013, 12:38 PM   #2733
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You must search for steven olsen setups. I also didnt found setups from lisaau.
Sorry guys....
You have to search for Steven Olsen, Lissau havent put any setup on the Xray site but I always end up using the same setup as Lissau.
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Sorry guys....
You have to search for Steven Olsen, Lissau havent put any setup on the Xray site but I always end up using the same setup as Lissau.
Thanks Steven,

Can you explain the thinking behind a thicker rear oil compared to front? Is this Xray oil?

Does Body +10mm mean 10mm forward from bumper? I assume this is to generate more steering, which is at odds a bit with 15g in bumper, so I'm interested to hear why.

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The weight in front bumper should take away initial steering but might help in sweeper . Everyone I know along with our home track crowd (3 snowbirds A-main guys ) all move weight to back of their cars to give more steering .
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Old 02-12-2013, 01:11 PM   #2736
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I've always used hagbergs setup as my base setups. They just seem to work best for me.
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Old 02-12-2013, 02:12 PM   #2737
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Thanks Steven,

Can you explain the thinking behind a thicker rear oil compared to front? Is this Xray oil?

Does Body +10mm mean 10mm forward from bumper? I assume this is to generate more steering, which is at odds a bit with 15g in bumper, so I'm interested to hear why.

Thanks again,
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The Oil combo was from DHI cup and worked great, and the reason why wee usr thinner oil in the front and harder oil in the rear is to get the front end to move faster and the rear end to move slower. And therefore have more steering in and out of the corner.

Yes the +10 mm is 10 mm from bumper and is to get more steering. The reason to add weight there is to get the car in balance front and rear and left and right
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I've always used hagbergs setup as my base setups. They just seem to work best for me.
Yea, I tried Hagberg's setup, and it just didn't rotate for me, different track/sauce/tires...
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The Oil combo was from DHI cup and worked great, and the reason why wee usr thinner oil in the front and harder oil in the rear is to get the front end to move faster and the rear end to move slower. And therefore have more steering in and out of the corner.
Sorry to be pedantic, but it was Xray 300 and 400? I ask because they have been measured as being around 50 cst heavier than their stated rating. I usually run Kyosho oil, and am trying to find parity.

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Yes the +10 mm is 10 mm from bumper and is to get more steering. The reason to add weight there is to get the car in balance front and rear and left and right
Understood, thanks.
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Old 02-12-2013, 08:33 PM   #2740
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Here is the part numbers for the 50mm and 52mm ECS with 2mm pins:
50mm = XR-305331
52mm = XR-305330

The previous model has been replaced by these.

http://www.rc-mushroom.com/product_i...-steel-p-26077
http://www.rc-mushroom.com/advanced_...5331&x=46&y=11
http://www.rcdisco.com/part-info.php?partNo=XR305327
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Anyone here participating in the upcoming TITC '13? I need advice on FDR for 13.5T boosted class, thanks!
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Sorry to be pedantic, but it was Xray 300 and 400? I ask because they have been measured as being around 50 cst heavier than their stated rating. I usually run Kyosho oil, and am trying to find parity.



Understood, thanks.
yes it is xray oil
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Old 02-13-2013, 01:32 AM   #2743
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Steven you stated steering mod? what is this?

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Steven you stated steering mod? what is this?

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the steering mod is just moving the steering link so it is mounted in the same place as on the T3 12

here is a picture from the T3 12 so you can see how it is mounted
http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/sho...ebef48fc482a8#

this is done to get more steering angle standard the T4 have around 24* steering lock and with the mod you will have 32-34* steering lock. But I only use full steering in one or two turns on the track we had the nationals on last week. So it is only really needed on super tight tracks. So it isn't that necessary and you need to use ECS axles when you do this mod.
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Old 02-13-2013, 03:06 AM   #2745
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the steering mod is just moving the steering link so it is mounted in the same place as on the T3 12

here is a picture from the T3 12 so you can see how it is mounted
http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/sho...ebef48fc482a8#

this is done to get more steering angle standard the T4 have around 24* steering lock and with the mod you will have 32-34* steering lock. But I only use full steering in one or two turns on the track we had the nationals on last week. So it is only really needed on super tight tracks. So it isn't that necessary and you need to use ECS axles when you do this mod.
so your just moving where it is mounted? on the right hand link instead of in the middle? does this not cause the steering block to hit the hubs? as i am close as it is with the standard set up, i never ran a T3

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