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Old 09-07-2007, 01:09 PM   #661
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Thanks for the quick returns of my e-mail. Just wonder if some could post a good rubber setup.
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Old 09-09-2007, 02:23 AM   #662
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I was also wondering if the kit came with sway bars or if they needed to be purchesed?
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Old 09-09-2007, 05:17 PM   #663
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Hey Damon,

I just wanted to get a quick update on that side project?

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RoadRash... Your kit went out today, swaybars are extra.. you can order them off the website if you need them

Andy... Sent you a PM...

Max... Sent you a PM

Marcos J... Sent you a PM too...

wheww lots of PM's going on

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Old 09-10-2007, 03:00 PM   #665
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ok thanks
who do most people run the battery wire on top or underneath the drive shaft?
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Wires over the top.. Im sure you can put them under the drive shaft, but then you will have to unsolder and solder them on each time you want to run

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Got my car, can't wait to get it together. I started working on my car, and my steering keeps binding up, would a lube help in the movement?

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Digs, do you know of any lipo setups that might be possible to run? Just want more practice time.
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Got my car, can't wait to get it together. I started working on my car, and my steering keeps binding up, would a lube help in the movement?
Yes some lube will help since they are new parts they will break in.. One other thing is that you need to make sure that when you tighten the black screws to the chassis with the 3mm nuts that they are straight, you can tighten them then loosen them slightly and then tighten them again and this will help make sure they are aligned right... You can also try flipping the brass bushings to eachother side to see if that will help..

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Digs, do you know of any lipo setups that might be possible to run? Just want more practice time.
Hey Will.... No I havent even starting messing with LIPOs yet... I know in the future that this will be the way to go...

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I'll try those things.

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Car is all set to go, just wondering what is a good starting point for a setup. Would it work if I set it up like my tc3? I was also wondering what people were running for shock lenghth. My rear is at 6.5mm and I'm trying to get down to 5mm and the collars are all the way up.

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Car is all set to go, just wondering what is a good starting point for a setup. Would it work if I set it up like my tc3? I was also wondering what people were running for shock lenghth. My rear is at 6.5mm and I'm trying to get down to 5mm and the collars are all the way up.
Hey Brad: You will have to trim the lower shock bottom mount using an xacto blade... cut it about 2-3mm lower and this will allow the spring collar to go lower and will give you more ride height adjustment.. Since your are running rubber tires this is what you need to do...

Go here for a good starting setup for rubber: http://www.diggitydesigns.com/downlo...et_Outdoor.pdf

I also got your messege and will ship your stuff to your new address!

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Got my car, can't wait to get it together. I started working on my car, and my steering keeps binding up, would a lube help in the movement?

Are the brass bushings one piece or two?
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Old 09-17-2007, 07:10 PM   #675
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its the 2 piece, it is a lot smooth with lube, I looked at that setup and it seems a lot different then what I was running on carpet.
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