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Old 05-19-2017, 08:32 AM   #556
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another question...do they translate to any other brand?
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My new VBC D08 Dynamics Edition TC car came in and am going to start the build tonight... (hopefully)

Just wanted to say thanks again Edward for your build and setup videos. I just watched all the ones related to the D08 and really appreciate you taking the time to do them. I especially found the one on sway bar setup very informative! I'll have some confidence going in to the build on this thing now.

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Awesome you got your car finally
I have one more d08 dynamics left at a great price if anyone is interested
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My new VBC D08 Dynamics Edition TC car came in and am going to start the build tonight... (hopefully)

Just wanted to say thanks again Edward for your build and setup videos. I just watched all the ones related to the D08 and really appreciate you taking the time to do them. I especially found the one on sway bar setup very informative! I'll have some confidence going in to the build on this thing now.

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yes, Thanks Alex - you are the MAN!

It actually came in last Thursday, but I was in Dallas to RACE!
Appreciate you, sir - and I wished I lived a little closer to ya.

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If anyone is wanting anything VBC, can't recommend GripworksRC and Mr. Alex Pate enough - great guy and very helpful! Take care bud. I'm sure I'll be in touch (eyeing that new 235-M )
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I forgot to mention my D08 setup uses the Gold upper deck.

https://www.vbcracing.com/collection...te-a-01-g31195

I will try a standard upper deck and see if this makes much of a difference.
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I too had this issue for sometime. I was racking my brain trying to figure out how to fix it. I found out that the upper bulkhead caps have a big influence on the spacing on the lower bulkheads. If this is done wrong this will cause the upper deck to tweak and ultimately the chassis to have a tweak.

Take the upper bulkhead cap assembly off.

What I did was I loosened the shock tower screws allowing the upper bulkhead caps to be loose. Then I set the upper bulkhead spacing for 19 mm and carefully tightened the shock towers screws down in a X pattern. Then I take the other shock assembly and place it on top of the already completed one and used it as a template.

I then loosen the lower bulkheads to prepare for the upper assembly to be mounted to it.

Once both upper cap assemblies are finished I then place them on the lower assembly and screw them down.

I don't screw the lower assembly to the chassis just yet. I then place the upper deck on and screw it down slightly. What I mean by this is that there should be some up and downward movement of the upper deck.

Once the two bulkheads are loosely connected by the upper deck I then flip the chassis upside down. (Take off body posts for this)

I then have the chassis upside down and using the shock towers as points of contact on a flat surface. I then tighten the the lower bulkhead screws down. Flip the chassis over and check to see if the upper deck falls under it's own weight. If it dose then the chassis is good to go.

So I finally tried this... seems like my upper deck is not totally lining up with bulkheads, may be I should get a drill and make the top deck screw holes little bigger.

Seems like my top deck is little too long or too short. Just me?

With top deck totally off, its flat on my set up board.. so I'm thinking it can't be the actual chassis it self
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So I finally tried this... seems like my upper deck is not totally lining up with bulkheads, may be I should get a drill and make the top deck screw holes little bigger.

Seems like my top deck is little too long or too short. Just me?

With top deck totally off, its flat on my set up board.. so I'm thinking it can't be the actual chassis it self
I think it has to do with your bulkhead alignment. I would look into picking up a bulkhead alignment bar and that might very well sort this issue out.
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