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Old 10-20-2007, 06:38 AM   #16
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ask maifield and Tebo what they run with v-spec..............TTR 2035
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Old 10-20-2007, 06:50 AM   #17
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try the King heads black shoes with 1.1 ofna gold springs.
I ran the exact setup in my crt that you are with king headz shoes and liked them alot the other option would be the long life dynamites they are good also. You need a heavy spring to "snap" the heavy crt into action Bogging with a lighter spring is a .28 tuning option but not realistic for most .21's a 21 lives in the higher rpm so use it to its potental. Using a heavy spring will not make it uncontrolable remember you are running a 21 the vspec has great power but not to much that once the chutch hits it is uncontrolable. I found that my vspec's in my truggy liked the heavy clutch setup alot.
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p.s. out of your 3 pipes the 2060 is the best for your truggy (nice fat power band)
if you had a buggy I would run the 2050 on a stock vspec
a modded or speed likes the 2060 in a buggy
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