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Old 05-01-2006, 03:08 PM   #1
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Default Help on .18 TZ Shimming ...


Im ending the TZ break inn on my TNX PRO MT and have this question ...

I will use the TZ mainly with 30% nitro fuel and 0mts to 1.500mts from sea level cities.

The TZ comes with 2 shims on the button head, one with more with than the other :

1.- Anyone knows the measures of the stock TZ shims ?.

2.- For 30% nitro and the cities i usually will race i was thinking on taking off the thiner shim and replace it with the stock FS-18 (OS based) tamiya engine shim ... do you think its a good idea in order to end with a good relation of temperature and fuel comsumption on the engine ?

If not on the point number 2, which othe shim combination you think its good for my sea-level conditions ?

thanks a lot for your help ...
Patricio "PATO" Concha

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