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Old 03-17-2008, 02:26 AM   #4336
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well everyone its time to say farwell to my jammin its all packaged up and its getting shipped tommorow afternoon. i still have the truggy but my dad will be racing that so i wont be to involved with the jammins have fun everyone and good luck at the track
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Old 03-18-2008, 04:28 PM   #4337
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well everyone its time to say farwell to my jammin its all packaged up and its getting shipped tommorow afternoon. i still have the truggy but my dad will be racing that so i wont be to involved with the jammins have fun everyone and good luck at the track
What happened?? Why are you leaving you Jammin??
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Old 03-18-2008, 04:41 PM   #4338
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BTW: Remember my spin-outs?? The car improved with short wheel base and more front toe out, but I read somewhere that less anti-squat not only improves acceleration through bumps, it also makes steering more agressive when you hit the trigger exiting curves (*). Maybe that was part of the problem??

Next day I'll try 2 anti-squat, instead of just1, and see if spin-out improves further, without doing too bad on the bumps.

I'll let you guys know how it goes. Maybe someday we'll figure out all the setups!! hehehehe



(*) conversely: more anti-squat makes the car soak up bumps better decelerating and ahs a bit less low speed steering.
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Old 03-18-2008, 04:50 PM   #4339
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he switched to OCM......sup Eli
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for the worse! Xray xray!
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Old 03-18-2008, 07:05 PM   #4341
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yup i ran the ocm once and it was amazing to me i think it will fit my driving style alot better then the jammin. the jammin is a solid buggy and if the ocm doesnt work out for this season ill be sure to get another jammin.
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Old 04-01-2008, 01:11 PM   #4342
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What does running the A blocks do vs running the B blocks?
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What does running the A blocks do vs running the B blocks?
Yo pink.......as per the manual, A blocks give mild steering, the B blocks give quicker steering response.
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Old 04-02-2008, 10:53 AM   #4344
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Yo pink.......as per the manual, A blocks give mild steering, the B blocks give quicker steering response.
Thanks. I don't have a manual
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Trying to get some input on which brand of fluids you x1 users use, shock and diff oil brands that is.
Thanks for helping.
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Trying to get some input on which brand of fluids you x1 users use, shock and diff oil brands that is.
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For the shock I use 'Losi' silicon shock fluid and for the diffs I use 'AXE Motor Rossi' diff oil, which is 100% pure silicon oil. Both oil brands mix very well when blending to help get the desired viscosity you may be chasing. Everyone I know uses the link below for help on mixing silicon fluids to get the desired viscosity.

Fluid Blender link: http://www.gesilicones.com/gesilwiza...ng/fluid2.html
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Losi shock oils and OFNA diff oils. No complaints gets the job done
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Here's another link for loads of info on RC shock oils.

Shock Oils Link: http://www.twf8.ws/php/tip/shock.html
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According to Chad Bradley the A Block will handle the bumps and jumps better than the B. But you sacrifice a little steering with the A.
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hey i have a set of the super big bores for sale they come with the silver and the white springs pm me if interested
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