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Old 07-30-2006, 11:07 PM   #2386
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make a copy from plywood then get a slate of aluminum and take it to the machine shop.
aiyaa.. just very easy job to do this.. use hand saw, drill.. i have use this for quite a long time.. no worried rearend chassis wore out.. when the plate wore out, just throw away and make another new plate.. hehe..
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Old 07-30-2006, 11:14 PM   #2387
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just check the worldwide result. do the X1 better or the other buggies? Even your Ian Haley,ok he's an australian. he's driving the HongNor X1 CR buggy GET the X1, FORGET THE REST!
so.. what are u waiting for heheheheh...
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Old 07-30-2006, 11:50 PM   #2388
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so.. what are u waiting for heheheheh...
cilaka... makan cakap sendiri
oklah... i check with david aw...see if any special price for his special customer
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Old 07-31-2006, 08:32 AM   #2389
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been racing on a extremely bumpy track. using big bore shocks , stock shock pistons, 50 wt in front and 40wt in rear. yellow springs. but noticed the rear keeps hopping up. should i actually changed to s slightly smaller piston, even softer springs (from mugen) or what should i do???
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Old 07-31-2006, 09:48 AM   #2390
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What are your rear shock angles set at, you could angle them in more; Bring the tops inward and the bottoms outward and that should help remove the bounce in the rear...
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the top is already inward but will try bottoms outward..what about my my mention idea about smaller pistons ..etc..is it a bad idea?
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Old 07-31-2006, 01:16 PM   #2392
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JFC, i noticed in your sig that you have a dilemma about what buggy to get. give your CRT a friend with an X1-CR.
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Old 07-31-2006, 05:47 PM   #2393
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give your CRT a friend with an X1-CR.
perfect combination.. GET the X1, FORGET THE REST!
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Old 07-31-2006, 06:26 PM   #2394
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plus, some parts are interchangeable.
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Old 07-31-2006, 06:56 PM   #2395
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yea... everyone been buggy'ing me on that issue after i put my signature like that.
i just wish someone in the hobbyshop would offer me somthing.
definitely my CRT need a company. of coz 1st choice the X1CR, but im open to sponsorship
im serious.
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the top is already inward but will try bottoms outward..what about my my mention idea about smaller pistons ..etc..is it a bad idea?
Are you saying you are running your rear shocks on the inside holes at the top and the inside on the arm?

If you are at the inside on the top you could go to the middle on the top and stay in the inside hole on the arm. Raising your ride height may make a difference too. Is the yellow spring the softest for you guys? I would be changing to the medium spring which I believe is the red (the colours may be different for different countries). Dont play with the piston hole size until you've tried all other alternatives as far as springs, oil, ride height and shock angle.
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i am setting up a new clutch for the first time and need to know how much end play i sould have. i am installing a fioroni turbo slide clutch. at this time with out any shims there is about .005" just enough to see some end play. is this good enough or do i need to try and have more? and if i need more how can i do that?

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tried many different ways..not too good still.anyway, got the 1.4 pistons.wonder if it'll work. any ideas? and does anyone know the purpose of the 2 bottom holes of the rear hub(lower and higher hole difference)?
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aiyaa.. just very easy job to do this.. use hand saw, drill.. i have use this for quite a long time.. no worried rearend chassis wore out.. when the plate wore out, just throw away and make another new plate.. hehe..

Anyone knows if the DACE rear CRT chassis plate can be used on the CR FTE buggy ? :

http://www.dacemfg.com/Store_Detail....30&InfoID=2293


My chassis its getting high wear on the rear and im not planning on changing chassis till the end of the year ...

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why not, just use longer screws.
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