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  • thanks for the setup...gonna give some of the stuff a shot!...
  • oh and one more thing...is the wishbone lenghth for the rear the stock lenghth?
  • davioh - no, i don't think so. its about 50mm i think.
  • oh okay...wait 52mm is the stock so i guess i'll move it a couple of notches...thanks
  • QUESTION

    when using the a blocks that gives 2 degree rear toe in


    a=2 degree
    b=2.5
    c=3
    d=3.5

    is that the order ?
  • 50 mm does good with that setup...best if you take it off to adjust it rather than use that blue thing...hehe...mike! you get mroe exact readings and u can make sure both sides are equal.
  • Quote:
    Originally posted by sportracer
    QUESTION

    when using the a blocks that gives 2 degree rear toe in


    a=2 degree
    b=2.5
    c=3
    d=3.5

    is that the order ?
    not sure about the order but it keeps getting wider, more degrees
  • the order of the suspension blocks that you have described above is correct

    a=2
    b=2.5
    c=3
    d=3.5

    peter
  • how do the suspension blocks make the driving and stuff different?
  • >> how do the suspension blocks make the
    >> driving and stuff different?

    Let me count the ways...

    In general - more toe-in, less steering, more toe-out, more steering.

    I have found that I use more toe-in, especially in the rear, on low grip surfaces and less toe-in on higher grip surfaces.

    Hope this helps.
  • TCS Race, July 13th
    being held in Memphis, TN. Check out the MSRA thread for more information.

    peter-robinson, you coming?
  • hey guys I've been looking at you're evo thread and the car sounds tempting, but I've got another question for you and please don't get ticked off. I've got the TG10R nitro car and some off you run in japan and at the tamiya facility in so Cal. do any of you see the car go or have any kind of report on it. thanks.
  • Quote:
    Originally posted by ARC MotorSports
    >> how do the suspension blocks make the
    >> driving and stuff different?

    Let me count the ways...

    In general - more toe-in, less steering, more toe-out, more steering.

    I have found that I use more toe-in, especially in the rear, on low grip surfaces and less toe-in on higher grip surfaces.

    Hope this helps.
    thanks for the info
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