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Old 10-30-2013, 09:55 PM   #256
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VBC racing shop has a 15% off discount going on.

Can't wait to run mine this winter, such a fun class!
Yep, thanks.

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Old 10-30-2013, 10:31 PM   #257
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Do you guys cut down the link between the servo and steering rack? it's a little long so it wont center. Or do you just just off set the servo arm?
We just run it offset
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Yea. Oddly I left the steering link as short as possible and it worked out to have equal throws on the radio to get full lock in both directions. So I left it!
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Old 10-31-2013, 05:39 AM   #259
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Does this chassis drive as sexy as it looks?

The TRF101 was a major dissapointment.
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Old 10-31-2013, 06:10 AM   #260
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it works realy well ! one of the top 3 F1 in my own opinion it has some flaws (the front trackrod for exemple) but this can be easly fixed
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Old 10-31-2013, 03:22 PM   #261
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We just run it offset
Is your ii setup posted anywhere?
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Old 10-31-2013, 03:27 PM   #262
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Here ya go
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Dave: Just to confirm the Caster shims go at the front of the arm. From the way the setup sheet looks there would be no clear way to designate rear of the arm. My car is together but i'm going to over the setup sheet and try your setup instead.
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it sure is quiet in here..

anyways here is my new flash.. just needs paint and pinion..
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McLaren body ? did you put the narrower sides ?
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McLaren body ? did you put the narrower sides ?
I bought the F60 body. I will fit it tonight and see what needs to be moved. I had to move the wing back about 2mm to make sure it didnt hit the spur. I also trimmed the wing on the left side so i could adjust the rear end as high as it could go.
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i've tried the F2012 body on the VBC , it fit but without the narrow sides. (or maybe with a large trimming for the body post supports )
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Can anyone tell me what color spring goes with the H-M-S that is on the setup sheet?? If you look at the above posted set up by Dave under the front spring and roll spring it says either H, M, or S. Which spring that comes with the kit correlates to the correct setting??
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Can anyone tell me what color spring goes with the H-M-S that is on the setup sheet?? If you look at the above posted set up by Dave under the front spring and roll spring it says either H, M, or S. Which spring that comes with the kit correlates to the correct setting??
Silver - Soft
Gold - Medium
Black - Hard

This applies for both front springs and side springs.
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Thank you Korey for your response

Per Dave's set up above what Green spring are we referring to? Can someone give me a part number of this spring please.
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