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Old 08-27-2008, 06:14 AM   #1
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Default dry set up for a AD2.

looking for a dry set up. track is rough with big air, need alot of foward bite. dry dusty clay.

i am not happy with the diff, so i will be going through it.

i am going to try a set of clay switches, new set of hole shots, and any other tire that may help. i will be racing it indoor this winter so it will help to get a good jump.


i have 2 truck's one with a TQ chassi and the other is stock.


thanks in a advance.


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This is what I ran at our last race to TQ on a very slick dry/dusty track. Its basically the same as the Dirt setup off Losi's website with a few changes:

TQ chassis
Add 1/4 ounce lead inside the front bulkhead
Add 3/4 or 1 ounce lead inside the battery box
Don't use any pro-squat shims
Orange pistons in the rear shocks
Losi "bulkhead" or "short neck" ball studs for the front inner studs with one washer(these have a shorter neck which lowers the roll center)
Front end- 1 degree camber, .5 degree toe out.

I ran Losi red directionals and J Concepts green double dees for tires when it was dry. Red ifmar pins when wet.
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