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Old 07-06-2014, 06:49 PM   #2281
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Just in case anyone is interested...
I have a nip upgrade chassis for the MI5.
I think the part number is u4398
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Old 07-07-2014, 03:24 PM   #2282
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THAT is a really small spur gear!!!
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Wow that looks funny!!
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Old 07-07-2014, 03:54 PM   #2285
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wait to you see a 44T spur mounted, then that will really throw you.
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Old 07-07-2014, 04:05 PM   #2287
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Here is my 44t just about keeps the belt on

on another note anyone having trouble with the car going light on the back end in high speed banked sweepers and turning around
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Here is my 44t just about keeps the belt on

on another note anyone having trouble with the car going light on the back end in high speed banked sweepers and turning around
What's the rest of your setup? I had a similar problem a few months back at one particular track, turns out the rear was rolling too much, and 'dumping' it's grip. Going to 1mm shims under the rear lower arm balls solved the problem.

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Here is my 44t just about keeps the belt on

on another note anyone having trouble with the car going light on the back end in high speed banked sweepers and turning around
is that for 21.5 blinky?
waiting for my mount to arrive and do you think a 17/18 pinion will fit ok as well as we also run 21.5 turbo so looking at around 4.5 fdr for that and around 3 or lower for blinky 21.5
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What's the rest of your setup? I had a similar problem a few months back at one particular track, turns out the rear was rolling too much, and 'dumping' it's grip. Going to 1mm shims under the rear lower arm balls solved the problem.

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Thanks I will try that will also try and get you a setup I was using also
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is that for 21.5 blinky?
waiting for my mount to arrive and do you think a 17/18 pinion will fit ok as well as we also run 21.5 turbo so looking at around 4.5 fdr for that and around 3 or lower for blinky 21.5
I run 17.5t blinky and a 44 with a 26 pinion gives you 3.05 fdr I will have to church how big you can go maybe 27-28 pinion also can try a 17 on it see if that also fit
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Has anyone cut the wishbones yet on the Evo ? is it worth doing ?
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Has anyone cut the wishbones yet on the Evo ? is it worth doing ?
Yes and yes, IMO. Uncut arms are for mega high traction, cut will work better 95% of the time.
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What's the rest of your setup? I had a similar problem a few months back at one particular track, turns out the rear was rolling too much, and 'dumping' it's grip. Going to 1mm shims under the rear lower arm balls solved the problem.

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hi this was the setup i was using and i race at aldershot if that helps lol
will try the 1mm under the rear wishbone balls but if there is any thing else u see that culd be wrong

i was told to try taking the 1 mm from the rear inner upper arm ball studs whats ur view on this
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Yes and yes, IMO. Uncut arms are for mega high traction, cut will work better 95% of the time.
would this help my rear on the banked corner ?
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