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Old 10-14-2002, 06:30 AM   #1
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Default Gt4/r/w Setups

anybody want to share their set ups??

i run a modified rtr. I bought a RTR, then immediately got a gt4-w kit and also a hopped up aluminum GT4-w. swapped all hop ups to one car,i run the RTR's .18 engine, with a RB pipe. i am running a solid front axel and rear diff, (i have a one way, and 3 spare gear diffs) i run foams, (although i have approx 5 sets of rubber)i run in a parking lot, too far to any racetrack, so i set one up each weekend in a lot and have at it. i have a digital JR X3 on board my Yokomo. i really enjoy driving the car, and i am going through the trials and errors of set ups. i shall research my current set up more tonight and post it as well as some good pics tommorrow. anybody have good set ups that work for them, foams vs rubber????
i do not have anytype of set up board yet, any suggestions on tools i can use to check my settings? untill i can get a set up board....
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Old 10-16-2002, 09:23 AM   #2
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Try the Yokomo forum. There's a lot of good set-ups there, lots of racers willing to help the newbies like me.
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