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Old 05-12-2013, 07:51 AM   #3541
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Wich servo should i buy for my new T4 ?
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Old 05-12-2013, 07:55 AM   #3542
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Look at the Sav÷x 1252MG.
It's really fast and also cheap
I use it in mine and never had any problems yet
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Old 05-12-2013, 08:07 AM   #3543
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Okey, thanks for answer.
Gonna drive my first competitions this summer (asphalt)
Its like 10-12 different tracks outside (norway)
So i was wounder about wich servo that i should use for the car.
Have been looking on the sav÷x 1267-SG
But if you think the "1252MG" is better, than im gonna order this instead ;-)
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Old 05-12-2013, 08:11 AM   #3544
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Just ordered the T4 with
- Speed passion competition series MMM 4.5R 540
- speed passion reventon pro brushless ESC
Hope this will work
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Just ordered the T4 with
- Speed passion competition series MMM 4.5R 540
- speed passion reventon pro brushless ESC
Hope this will work
That's the exact combo I'm using. Very smooth! Check out Paul L's recent mod carpet setups..... I've also tried EA's Snowbirds setup (17.5) but with 2.3 springs all around and a Mazda. It was really easy to drive.
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Cwoods34,

Are you going to race any asphalt in Cinci. with us?
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Wich servo should i buy for my new T4 ?
Ko propo rsxone-10.
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Old 05-12-2013, 12:11 PM   #3548
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I don't know the 1267SG... Sorry.
But as i said i'm pretty satisfied with the 1252.
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so you go to the same track the following week and it has rained the night before,the grip is low,and the car hasnt changed from the week before,but the car just doesnt handle,what would you look to do to get the traction back,the car got better as the rubber got laid down and again i was quickest in the 2nd final,jumping from 8th to 2nd and then again letting a faster car through(thinking he was lapping me) a lap from the end so back to 3rd, i was running 2.7 all round frh 6.2 rrh 6.5 droop fr 5.5 r 4.5 400cst all round pistons 4 h 1.1mm and 3rd hole on shock tower,any advice greatly appreciated
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Are you going to race any asphalt in Cinci. with us?
I hope to! I'm more at home on carpet but since Monti is closed all summer I'll need to turn laps somewhere. I plan to hit Randy's parking lot in Dayton at least once or twice also.
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so you go to the same track the following week and it has rained the night before,the grip is low,and the car hasnt changed from the week before,but the car just doesnt handle,what would you look to do to get the traction back,the car got better as the rubber got laid down and again i was quickest in the 2nd final,jumping from 8th to 2nd and then again letting a faster car through(thinking he was lapping me) a lap from the end so back to 3rd, i was running 2.7 all round frh 6.2 rrh 6.5 droop fr 5.5 r 4.5 400cst all round pistons 4 h 1.1mm and 3rd hole on shock tower,any advice greatly appreciated
You could try going to 2.5s or go down to 350cst in the shocks. The 1.6 upper deck is also a GREAT tool for low-bite conditions. Is the track bumpy enough that you need a 6+mm ride height? Going down to 5mm front and rear would be a big help if you can get away with it. Running a long wheelbase will make the car very stable, also.
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I have never really raced on asphalt track other than make shift parking lot tracks in the past. I have always wanted to so im pumped about testing the water.
I have 4 other guys in Lexington area wanting to come up as well.
We will be up the first race week in June.
See you at the track.
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You could try going to 2.5s or go down to 350cst in the shocks. The 1.6 upper deck is also a GREAT tool for low-bite conditions. Is the track bumpy enough that you need a 6+mm ride height? Going down to 5mm front and rear would be a big help if you can get away with it. Running a long wheelbase will make the car very stable, also.
ok i can do that with the shocks i have the 1.6 top deck fitted and the car wb is at 257,the track is bumpy and has a banked sweeper which eats the bottom of the motor and the chassis,ive run it higher to stop the chassis scraping but it affects the infield handling too much,so a strip of tape gets worn through every heat,i might tey the 2.5's in the rear,since i got back from the track i have laid the rear shocks down to its lowest and the fronts to the most upright,to try to get a better balance front to rear ,a 2.5 on the front would just make the front dive and too soft,ill try the changes and then stand up the shock to 3rd hole and put on the 2.5,when i had the 2.3/2,6 on the rear the rear was loose
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Old 05-12-2013, 01:42 PM   #3554
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Okey, i just ordered the Sav÷x "SC-1251MG" hope this is good.
You have the same parts and think they are smooth Cwoods34 sounds great!
This is my first year driving "touring" so i dont have much experience with setup and
Option parts to the T4, so its great to get some tips from you about parts/setup. All the tracks im gonna drive this summer is asphalt(outside)
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Old 05-12-2013, 01:44 PM   #3555
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About the springs i've ordered 2.5-2.8 but should i have the same for front/rear?
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