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Old 08-29-2007, 04:30 PM   #106
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I'm might can throw a shirt in


We are looking at late september on the truggy. Just a few more weeks. Got a few more things to test. We really want to make sure the truck is ready for you guys. We are getting great wear out of the truggy and have zero broken parts except for one....that came from us clipping a cross tie
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Old 08-29-2007, 07:40 PM   #107
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did u get my email and pm?
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Old 08-30-2007, 08:25 AM   #108
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u got PM Master Alan
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Old 08-30-2007, 08:59 AM   #109
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Hey guys, send any questions to teamocmracingusa@gmail.com

This way I go to one place to check everything
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Old 08-30-2007, 09:41 AM   #110
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Is anybody on this thread looking to sell one of their buggys? I am very interested in picking a roller up. Thanks.
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Old 08-30-2007, 10:07 AM   #111
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All of you wanting to know how good the ocm car is, I have 6 gallons on mine car and it has all orginal parts on it. I am waiting for the evo to update everything at once. This car is by far the best i have driven. Very stable, consistent, and jumps well. It also handles the rough extremely well. We have a lot of different setups so you can find the one that fits your driving style the best. The most important thing that makes this product stand out to me is Alan Burton, he will take care of anyone and you can reach him anytime with any question or concerns!!







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Old 08-30-2007, 07:11 PM   #112
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alan is definetly a great deal of help to all of us... a good car doesnt mean much to me unless there is a guy like alan behind the scenes to help out.
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Old 09-02-2007, 06:45 PM   #113
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I would also like to give thank Aaron and Brandon Powell for their
great driving at the race this past weekend!

Brandon won the Bmain and had a solid finish in the amain and Aaron
TQ'd against a very fast field and won the main!

The truggy also showed alot of promise by TQing and a win as well
against some very respectable truggy guys!

Great Job!
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Old 09-02-2007, 06:49 PM   #114
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OCM KAOS DT-19 Buggy Set-Up Sheet August 2007(Alan Burton)

Shocks:
Front:
500 mugen oil
1.5 2 hole pistons
96mm shock length (from center to center of mounting screws)
Blue OCM Springs or Mugen Gray
Rear:
450 mugen oil
1.5 2 hole pistons
120mm shock length (from center to center of mounting screws)
Blue OCM Springs or Mugen Blue
Diffs:
Front 5,000
Center 5,000/7,000
Rear 3,000
Sway Bars:
2.3 Front (stock) adjust the sway bar mounts so they are straight up
and down when the arms are parallel with the ground.
2.8 Rear (stock) adjust the sway bar mounts so they are straight up
and down when the arms are parallel with the ground.
Front End:
Shock location: third hole from inside on tower outer hole on arm.
Upper arm insert 1 hole up.

Caster: all the way forward with all the clips in back of the arm.
-1 camber
-1.5 toe out at ride height
Bones just below level ride height
Adjust droop screw to set shock length.
Anti Dive insert (front lower rear insert) 1 degree hole down
Front lower insert 1.0 holes out
Ackerman plate position: center hole
Steering block arm: rear hole
Rear End:
Shock Location: 2nd hole from inside on tower and outside on the arm.
Camber link: inside, middle hole on tower and middle hole on the hub.
Wheelbase: Large washer in front of hub small washer behind hub.
Anti Squat: 1.5 up.
Rear toe in: .75 in.
Ride height: bones level.
-1 camber
Rear Hub:lower hole
Adjust droop screw to set shock length.
When looking from the side, the car should sit slightly forward
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OCM KAOS DT-19 Buggy Set-Up Sheet August 2007(Aaron Bigger)

Shocks:
Front:
45w Losi Oil
1.6mm or 1/16" 2 hole pistons
96mm shock length (from center to center of mounting screws)
Blue OCM Springs or Mugen Gray
Rear:
40W Losi Oil
1.6mm or 1/16" 2 hole pistons
120mm shock length (from center to center of mounting screws)
Blue OCM Springs or Mugen Gray
Diffs:
Front 5,000
Center 5,000
Rear 3,000
Sway Bars:
2.3 Front (stock) adjust the sway bar mounts so they are straight up
and down when the arms are parallel with the ground.
2.8 Rear (stock) adjust the sway bar mounts so they are straight up
and down when the arms are parallel with the ground.
Front End:
Shock location: Center hole on tower inner hole on arm.
Upper arm insert 1.5 down.
Shim the rear upper arm mount down 2mm. Place 2mm worth of shims
under each of the 3 screws that hole the rear upper arm support.
Caster: all the way back with all the clips in front of the arm.
-1 camber
-1.5 toe out at ride height
Bones just below level ride height
Adjust droop screw to set shock length.
Anti Drive insert (front lower rear insert) 0
Front lower insert .25 in.
Ackerman plate position: center hole
Steering block arm: rear hole
Rear End:
Shock Location: 2nd hole from inside on tower and inside on the arm.
Camber link: inside, middle hole on tower and middle hole on the hub.
Wheelbase: Large washer in front of hub small washer behind hub.
Anti Squat: .5 up.
Rear toe in: 1 in.
Ride height: bones level.
-2 camber
Adjust droop screw to set shock length.
When looking from the side, the car should sit slightly forward
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Old 09-03-2007, 04:19 AM   #116
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Congrats Allen, I was very impressed with your truggy Sat. Yes I am a fan of my Losi 8, but you showed that ocm is here to stay. Keep up the good work.

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Old 09-03-2007, 08:11 AM   #117
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Also, guys....

I tracked shipment and OCM USA has six boxes that will be delivered on tuesday! These should have the new EVO buggys and parts in them as well as a parts order!

I'll post a bit of what came in the afternoon on tuesday
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Old 09-03-2007, 08:12 AM   #118
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Thanks Dan! See ya soon
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Old 09-03-2007, 12:04 PM   #119
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Now I see Billy Easton has left OCM to do the R&D for Serpents new off road buggy? What's with these guys jumping ship constantly? Are the contracts that poorly written and/or the incentives so few to stay with a given manufacturer?
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Old 09-03-2007, 01:14 PM   #120
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Wooohooo! just send me an invoice for the the evo parts

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Also, guys....

I tracked shipment and OCM USA has six boxes that will be delivered on tuesday! These should have the new EVO buggys and parts in them as well as a parts order!

I'll post a bit of what came in the afternoon on tuesday
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