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Old 05-02-2013, 12:13 PM   #226
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Yep, works for the C02, C01 and C801 :-)... We have made it so it fits Mugen MTX5 radio box.

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Ok cool, gotta get a upper deck, then ill order one........
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Ok cool, gotta get a upper deck, then ill order one........
Your most welcome and upper deck is also on stock. Send me an email if you want a quote on all including shipping.

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I am assembling my new LAB C02 WC and have noticed what appears to be excessive end play in the two speed shaft (float), the spur gears etc are all assembled so the rear end is completly assembled, about 0.70mm movement when pushing the shaft from side to side.

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Maybe a stupid question here but, is everyone still running the two mm split on tires? Also, what diameters you finding best 58/60?

Second guessing myself here.......

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Maybe a stupid question here but, is everyone still running the two mm split on tires? Also, what diameters you finding best 58/60?

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Depending on conditions, I've been trying 3mm split, so when the tires get to the best size , say like 56/58 the 2mm split is still there! Seems like when i start with 2mm split the tires get same size really quick, by the end of the main my rears r same zize or smaller than fronts! (not good) I'm coming to the conclusion that my trigger finger is not smooth enough to begin the race with that! Lol
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OK. Thanks. Darn trigger fingers .... they never do quite what you'd like them to do ..... do they Haha

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I am assembling my new LAB C02 WC and have noticed what appears to be excessive end play in the two speed shaft (float), the spur gears etc are all assembled so the rear end is completly assembled, about 0.70mm movement when pushing the shaft from side to side.

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You can build so the play is not in the shaft but in the spur gears! Push shaft all the way over from the left, n move the 2speed shoe holder over to the right n tighten to shaft! This will keep the shaft from having any side play, but u will have some end play with the spurs, if u want that gone, i put a shim between the two spurs, but left some play to keep things nice n free!
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You can build so the play is not in the shaft but in the spur gears! Push shaft all the way over from the left, n move the 2speed shoe holder over to the right n tighten to shaft! This will keep the shaft from having any side play, but u will have some end play with the spurs, if u want that gone, i put a shim between the two spurs, but left some play to keep things nice n free!
Hi There, thanks for your input/advice very much appreciated.

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Hi ,

I am assembling my new LAB C02 WC and have noticed what appears to be excessive end play in the two speed shaft (float), the spur gears etc are all assembled so the rear end is completly assembled, about 0.70mm movement when pushing the shaft from side to side.

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Hi Les,

A Little play on the 2 speed shaft is ok, I set it to around 0,2mm.
Then when there is excessive play on the gears I use shims to have around 0,1-0,2mm of play between them. At the moment I've got a 0,2mm shim between the 2 speed drum and shoe holder and a 0,15mm shim between the first and second gear.

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Maybe a stupid question here but, is everyone still running the two mm split on tires? Also, what diameters you finding best 58/60?

Second guessing myself here.......

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A 2mm split gives the car optimum handling, so this is what you want during qualifying. My car is at it's best on 59/61 tires, but this depends heavily on which track you're running. For a very smooth, high grip track smaller tires work better, and for a low traction, bumpy track I prefer a little bigger tires.
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Hi Les,

A Little play on the 2 speed shaft is ok, I set it to around 0,2mm.
Then when there is excessive play on the gears I use shims to have around 0,1-0,2mm of play between them. At the moment I've got a 0,2mm shim between the 2 speed drum and shoe holder and a 0,15mm shim between the first and second gear.



A 2mm split gives the car optimum handling, so this is what you want during qualifying. My car is at it's best on 59/61 tires, but this depends heavily on which track you're running. For a very smooth, high grip track smaller tires work better, and for a low traction, bumpy track I prefer a little bigger tires.
Right ........ thank you for that. I will be running on a nice smooth track so will probably go around the 58/60 or 59/61 like you said.
Any word yet on when those large bore dampers are due out?

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Right ........ thank you for that. I will be running on a nice smooth track so will probably go around the 58/60 or 59/61 like you said.
Any word yet on when those large bore dampers are due out?

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The complete kit is on the capricorn site $141.00 Complete low profile shocks/towers. And guess what color the whole package is hhmmmmmm Wonder if I had something to do with that
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Right ........ thank you for that. I will be running on a nice smooth track so will probably go around the 58/60 or 59/61 like you said.
Any word yet on when those large bore dampers are due out?

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We got the big bore shock sets on stock :-))...

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Right ........ thank you for that. I will be running on a nice smooth track so will probably go around the 58/60 or 59/61 like you said.
Any word yet on when those large bore dampers are due out?

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Like others said.leave around 0,2mm gap in the axle and in the spurs. Bearings need it.
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Right ........ thank you for that. I will be running on a nice smooth track so will probably go around the 58/60 or 59/61 like you said.
Any word yet on when those large bore dampers are due out?

Thanks again.
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Big bore LP shocks are available:



It consists of a kit with new lower shock towers and a set of new springs.

The shocks have been anodized black to make them more universal, to be used on other brand cars as well.
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