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Old 04-21-2007, 03:42 AM   #31
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Old 04-29-2007, 05:43 AM   #32
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has anyone evr tryed another style of springs for the str?
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Old 05-22-2007, 07:29 AM   #33
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Does anyone know what shims to be shimming the diffs in the STR at including the pinnion and the diff itself?
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Old 05-29-2007, 12:25 PM   #34
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Hi folks. Just a quick note. The part number for the Truggy long chassis conversion is ISW100-US in case you want to pre-order. It comes with the new knuckles! Also, part number for knuckles only IFW-332.
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Illbreakthat - not sure what you mean. If you are looking for a shim set-up, it's not adviseable. Each diff needs to be shimmed on it's own. We do use a .02mm shim behind the pinion to start with.
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Old 05-29-2007, 01:49 PM   #36
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anyone have an interactive setup sheet for the st-r. if so please email to tristangale@msn.com
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hey guys what diff oils should i run on a real tight track with alot of bumpy conditions? im thinkin 10,000 , 30,000 , 7,000 what will that setup do just trying to make the truck real easy to drive... And what diffrence will it make in handaling if i lower the front down to say 7,000 from 10,000? then the same goes for the rear thanks guys
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Your truck will push like hell with that oil set-up. You need lighter in the rear, like 2k, and 30k in the middle is a handful. That makes the truggy harder to drive, and even Pavidis and Bradley have a tough time with 30k middle. 20k middle will be more docile. From there just adjust the front oil to suit how much on power steering you want. Heavier front gives more on power steering, and lighter is less on power steering and more turn in.

Our oil set-up is 18k/22k/2k. This set-up will allow you to get on the power early in the corners, and power through the turns.
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How do u get this mix oils? 22k 18k
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10/20/2 diff set up works really well on short, tight tracks.
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Old 06-19-2007, 10:05 AM   #41
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heres my str, i need to get 14mm hub extenders and JConcepts body/wing. I havent got to run it yet, I did get my V-spec engine, TTR 2035 exhaust setup, TTR starterbox, now I need my radio and I will be rockin'

BTW, my name is Trevor as well

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How do u get this mix oils? 22k 18k
Hi Tony. Yes, we fill the front diff to the pins with 20k, and top off with 10k. For the middle diff, same deal except top off with 30k.

It's not precise, but if you can tell the difference between 22k and 22.5, you're a better man than most. lol

If you want it exact, GS has a cool oil calculator on line. The URL escapes me right now, but maybe someone will chime in and post it for us.
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Trevor - Nice looking truck!!!
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cool thanks guys!!!
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here is some pics of my kyosho str commemorating, memorial, dedicatory, enshrining, glorifying, honorary race edition.
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