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Old 05-17-2011, 12:35 PM   #6106
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He started a separate thread for just his group, I guess. I am guessing that he was thinking if racers from his group want to discuss just things specific to them, they don't clog up the general thread here with their specific discussions.
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Old 05-17-2011, 12:48 PM   #6108
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Here is the video of the GT8 A Main at Hobbytown Austin http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WI_-pFfH4go
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Old 05-17-2011, 01:12 PM   #6109
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Cool vid Pit!

Getting back to buggy parts
Part number IF124B front stock suspension holder has a fixed mounting position. I want to be able to change my roll settings up front. Is there another suspension holder with the lower setting? Or are you drilling out the stock one? I have dremel skills but I prefer to have the correct part.
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Old 05-17-2011, 01:25 PM   #6110
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This is the GT thread.

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What I wanted to create was place where ideas on setups and rules could be shared...for the northwest newbie’s to come to while fact finding.
We are new to this class and don’t want to get lost in such a large thread as the original... so please feel free to post and share information that we could use....

A few of this thread’s “regulars” have shared some great info and insight to what we need do and we appreciate it, keep it coming…
This is a great thread… I just wanted a to create a “sub-thread”

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Thats cool, all the best to your new GT group & thread.
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Old 05-17-2011, 01:45 PM   #6113
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Cool vid Pit!

Getting back to buggy parts
Part number IF124B front stock suspension holder has a fixed mounting position. I want to be able to change my roll settings up front. Is there another suspension holder with the lower setting? Or are you drilling out the stock one? I have dremel skills but I prefer to have the correct part.
That part should give you 2 frt. settings A & B , plus also gives different rear toe settings.
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That part should give you 2 frt. settings A & B , plus also gives different rear toe settings.
That part number is the stock one. Do you have the part number for the A&B set? I looked at the MP7.5 one but they are identical.

Or can I just flip the stock part???
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That part number is the stock one. Do you have the part number for the A&B set? I looked at the MP7.5 one but they are identical.

Or can I just flip the stock part???
Wow, its been years since I got them, but I think they were IFW124B or IF124B or something like that,


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The part number is IF124B
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Wow, its been years since I got them, but I think they were IFW124B or IF124B or something like that,


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Yeah thats the stock part# I think you can just flip it. I didn't realize that until now.
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A is steering becomes milder and B is steering response becomes quicker
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Nope can't flip it.

Pit are you talking about the MP7.5 part? Because in the GT2 manual it's the same stock part number, but the kit only came with one. If that makes sense? From the looks of the photo the holes are identical.
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...older-Set-MP75
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Yes that is the correct part you posted a pic from a-main from. How are you installing it. Find a manual from an 7.5 and installation is in there. I'll try to find a pic for you when I get home later.
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