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Old 11-06-2010, 05:09 PM   #16
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You should go back to 16 degree caster(red and blue spacer in the caster block), and those blue shims for the upper arm. One needs to go in front and the other in The back.

If you wanna stay at 18 degrees, keep them blue spacers in the back, and change the caster bushings in the caster block to 18. There will be TINY numbers on the bushings reading 1801 and 1802. Last 2 numbers mean nothing.
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Old 11-06-2010, 06:34 PM   #17
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Ok so I got the upper (Blue Shimms) in the back of the upper A arms So put that back And then it will be Back to the stock rtr setup But I forgot to tell you guys I Put Carben Front / Rear Shock towers and the Factory team Front / Rear braces on as well AND what is the AE Rc8t Forum Under
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You should go back to 16 degree caster(red and blue spacer in the caster block), and those blue shims for the upper arm. One needs to go in front and the other in The back.

If you wanna stay at 18 degrees, keep them blue spacers in the back, and change the caster bushings in the caster block to 18. There will be TINY numbers on the bushings reading 1801 and 1802. Last 2 numbers mean nothing.
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Old 11-06-2010, 06:39 PM   #18
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Old 11-06-2010, 06:42 PM   #19
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Hey guys I have the RC8T Truggy It pushs really bad when you come in to the corrners I have to Slow way down and get off the gas be for it tuns at all and then its not anything good all my stuff is working Must be in the setup I have it all set to factory setting
I will sell you an SC8 that turns on a dime. You seen it run If you need some help getting your truggy setup give me a call.
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