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Old 05-26-2007, 06:15 AM   #526
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Damon,

Those pics of you track are sweet. I cant wait to go try it out. Only 2 weeks of school left...then i'll be up there a lot! well it looks like Raw Roots is gonna get rained out today. Im thinking im gonna go to that battlefront track and see how there track is. Well... Gimme a call so i can get some directions.

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Old 05-26-2007, 07:01 AM   #527
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Cool HOT DIGGITY DESIGNS !

Digs don't know how you keep up on things ! Track looks nice looks like its in your back yard !

Karl I know your going to run your Losi this weekin , But hopefully you can practice with your CD12 btw heats also . Let us know how it works out !
U got a pm also ! Good Luck !
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Old 05-26-2007, 10:21 AM   #528
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Anyone have any setups using the losi hubs on the xlr8?
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Old 05-26-2007, 11:42 AM   #529
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Digs don't know how you keep up on things ! Track looks nice looks like its in your back yard !

Karl I know your going to run your Losi this weekin , But hopefully you can practice with your CD12 btw heats also . Let us know how it works out !
U got a pm also ! Good Luck !

Sorry didnt get to run any electric this weekend some things came up but next weekend it should be out racing


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Old 05-27-2007, 05:29 PM   #530
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Sorry didnt get to run any electric this weekend some things came up but next weekend it should be out racing
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I like to run the servo angled up...it seems to give it a more even feeling of the steering. Thats just the way i like to drive.

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Old 05-27-2007, 07:26 PM   #531
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I may try that but I would need different mounts, I guess im used to it though since my crc had the servo glued to the chassis.
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I may try that but I would need different mounts, I guess im used to it though since my crc had the servo glued to the chassis.
If you still want the servo to be layed down you could put some spacers under the ballstuds on the steering blocks to get the toe-links level. Thats just what I've seen digs do and most of the other people that run their servo flat. Are you running the car on asphalt?? I wish we had some good asphalt to run on here...

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yup we run on super smooth high traction asphalt indoors
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Look at that HOT Diggity Designs CD12! Karl, try the stock servo mounts like they are but definately use some spacers to make sure that your turnbuckles are close to level so that you dont get bump steer..

Man ashpalt indoors and high-bite at that.. so jeleous

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KHoff,

maybe you could post a picture so we can drool even more!!! Man indoor asphalt would be sweet!! I want asphalt...

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ok ill have to try that
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Wow...what a sweet track!
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Old 05-28-2007, 05:12 PM   #539
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I think I may have wet myself over that track...
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Holy $*(@ lol... Man I have never seen such a sweeter track.. Imagine the grip that it would build since it never sees the nature from the outdoors... Awesome!!

Hey Will: About the Losi hubs... I would use 4deg front blocks and either the 0deg rear hubs with the 1deg pin block or the 1deg rear hubs with another 0deg pin block. That is for indoor carpet.. For outdoor I would use either 2 or 4deg in the front and 0deg rear hubs with the 2deg pin block or the 1deg rear hubs with the 1deg pin block.. Hope that helps out...

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