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Old 09-09-2009, 11:10 AM   #1
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i need tebo's o'donnell setup for the world's. I would appreciate anyone who post it, thanx.
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Old 09-09-2009, 03:50 PM   #2
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hey all,
i need tebo's o'donnell setup for the world's. I would appreciate anyone who post it, thanx.
Remember, we're in the O'Donnell Z01B thread and willing to help you.

I can't tell you what setup he used, but here's some good pics of the Z while he was testing for the Worlds. You'll note that he was using some 'one off' parts, so you won't be able to get his exact setup.

http://www.neobuggy.net/modules/news...ds=tebo+worlds

Of course, shock oils are going to depend greatly on your shocks and ambient temps, as will diff fluids - but I imagine Jared wasn't using anything super exotic.
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Note the holes in the reciever box......must be running Futaba radio gear. LoLz.

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looks like jammin springs on his car....with od shocks. I run jammin blues on the rear of mine and grey od on the front.
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Note the holes in the reciever box......must be running Futaba radio gear. LoLz.
He was running the 3PK with the older stuff back then. I haven't had one single issue with my 4PK. Also, the Z01 has changed since then as well, so the battery and receiver are no longer in the same box. I'd imagine that'd help a little as well.
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Well theyve updated the buggy since he ran anyways havent they? So his setup may not be right now days. Better to look for current team drivers.
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