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Old 02-27-2014, 06:00 PM   #601
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part number on those driveshaft parts? I'm stupid in the head and don't have the car yet, its also at least 3 months old so probably not the updated kit.

first pro-level touring car for me, I own the Yokomo R12 pancar and figure I give world GT class a try, don't have the dough for mod.
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part number on those driveshaft parts? I'm stupid in the head and don't have the car yet, its also at least 3 months old so probably not the updated kit.

first pro-level touring car for me, I own the Yokomo R12 pancar and figure I give world GT class a try, don't have the dough for mod.
I just ordered a set of cvds from nitrohouse. They are the updated ones. Same part number listed on their site. ofn22247.
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cool. look really beefy.
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Old 02-28-2014, 08:39 PM   #604
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How to get more steering with the cnc knuckles? The plastic ones come with two sets of holes and the top holes where perfect for the tight track and the cnc knuckles don't have the option, what can I do to compensate? I need sharper turns.
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More over all steering or just the initial turn in. I find taking the 1mm washers out from.behind the ball studs give more aggresive turn in. Post a setup sheet and we can have a look
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How can I tell if my lhs one of the latest versions with the new parts or the first version?
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How can I tell if my lhs one of the latest versions with the new parts or the first version?
To recap from my understanding. All of the plastics have been updated to a more durable formula. Physically speaking the updated parts are on the left in the photos. Some of the earlier kits had the updated plastics in a separate bag and these kits also had the stock plastic parts. These updated plastic parts are still considered fragile by some racers. The latest DCJ front drives are quit durable. The best bet for durability is a front Kydex bumper and aluminum chubs and rear hubs.
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I have a problem, if i free rev the car, obviosly not at full speed and turn the wheels to lock, it vibrates like crazy, as if the cv joints are binding, if im off of lock its silky smooth but appears to be too wide of an angle for proper handling. Everything appears to be put together correctly.
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I have a problem, if i free rev the car, obviosly not at full speed and turn the wheels to lock, it vibrates like crazy, as if the cv joints are binding, if im off of lock its silky smooth but appears to be too wide of an angle for proper handling. Everything appears to be put together correctly.
Mine is silkie smooth with max lock. If a front djc drive wobbles when spooled then something in that drive is broke if the bearings are intact. Suspect internal ball/socket joint.
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I think I found it. I had another set of eyes look at it and someone (not me!) put the carriers in wrong, so the bones are at even more severe angles, will report back once I swap them.

anyone have a asphalt setup? the guy that looked at the car felt that the angle of the rear camber links looks too high and doesn't generate camber-in on turns. rear links have 1 washer on each side and setup to have the longest link.
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It will be interesting to see how Lou Vanderwey will do at the Canadian Nationals in Welland next week.
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It will be interesting to see how Lou Vanderwey will do at the Canadian Nationals in Welland next week.
Yes and good luck to you and Bill. Wondering if DJ will try to defend his title.
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Yep sure enough, swapped the carriers and now it spins like butter. Anyone have tips for these shocks? I cant for the life of me build it without there being air in the shocks, do i just cut the bladder and run them as emulsions?
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http://www.thercracer.com/2013/11/ho...build.html?m=0
http://www.thercracer.com/2014/01/ho...-test.html?m=0
Xray t4 diaphrams in them. Makes them nice. They are only just big enough but do fit.part numbers are in the links above with pics
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Could anybody tell me if a 29T 48P pinion gear fits with the standard 84T spur gear??, to get a Final gear ratio of 1:5.50?
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