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Old 08-10-2016, 05:03 PM   #526
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I do, I was told they are shipping to me no later than Monday. They will be silver though, for anodizing it will be another week or so after they come in.
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Old 08-12-2016, 11:36 AM   #527
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Question what ride height spacers do I use for the RR12 T2?
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Old 08-12-2016, 12:36 PM   #528
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Question what ride height spacers do I use for the RR12 T2?
Do you have the xenon front end? If so, xray, associated and my suggestion would be the VBC ones.

But if you have the double a arm front end, then you don't have any need as the droop screws and springs work just like a TC.
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Old 08-12-2016, 05:25 PM   #529
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As Brian said, RR12T2 and V2 with double arm are no need ride hight spacer. Just only adjust screw. This adjustment from upper side. That is very very easy.
In addition, if you want to gain droop, it may be quick. In case associated arm, the process need to remove wheel, then adjust spring and king pin spacers. In my experience, I tested how long to take this change. If I change 0.1mm droop, associated car may 4-5 minutes. But reflex car is within 30 seconds.
No car quick access to change front ride hight and droop. Only thing, if you are expert, is exchange front pivot ball, O-ring, and ball insert. This parts get wear depends on packs. My maintenance cycle is three to four month or approximately 50 packs.
But in 17.5 stock racing no need to change these parts over a season or longer.
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Do you have the xenon front end? If so, xray, associated and my suggestion would be the VBC ones.

But if you have the double a arm front end, then you don't have any need as the droop screws and springs work just like a TC.
Does that double a arm front end generate any slop in it?
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None that I have seen so far, you can adjust the tension on the arms pivots if it did so it would be an easy fix. It is susceptible to slop in the balls and ball cups eventually though. but after 1.5yrs it still has no slop. Unlike my xray that was sloppy from almost day 1
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Does that double a arm front end generate any slop in it?
Only time mine had any slop was when the nylon nut was starting to wear out and needed to be replaced
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I'm still waiting on the manual which they said its near completion months ago
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Old 09-05-2016, 09:23 AM   #534
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New damper tubes and mini airtronics servo mount.

What's the part number for the damper tubes? The only ones I see on the site are RR12-24, and those just look like Associated tubes.
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Old 09-06-2016, 11:01 PM   #535
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I will post the updated pictures tomorrow for the damper tubes. You can order the std blue ones and you will get the new ones.
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Is the carbon bumper included in RSD1231, or is it only included with the independent front end? I can't find a part number for it separately on the site.
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The carbon bumper comes in the conversion kit. If you need an extra one, we can accommodate that too.
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Old 09-27-2016, 04:18 PM   #538
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Just purchased the entire kit. Looking forward to running it.....
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Old 09-27-2016, 07:21 PM   #540
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What range of front springs is good to have for the double wishbone front end? Mostly crc black carpet.
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