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Old 10-06-2010, 08:44 AM
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
I am interested in finding which RPM ball ends fit this car. I like how there is a hole to expose the ball end hex on the stock. I would drill whatever I find that fits to mimic the stock idea . . .
I have the heavy-duty long ones on the way, I'll have them either today or tomorrow.

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Just for anyone that is interested the Losi and AE ball stud diameter is around 4.27mm I reckon this is why HPI use 4.3mm. Being of the 4.3mm type you can use any ball end that will fir AE, Losi or HPI. The Durango ball stud is 4.47mm which is more similar to Kyosho 4.5mm size. Currently HPI and AE TC5 ball studs have a 3mm metric thread and will fit the Durango holes
I have plenty of Kyosho cups to try and I have some Schumacher studs as well, so I'll let you in on my findings. One of the local guys is running Losi cups and Schumacher studs last I remember though.
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Can't wait Rizzle, ready for ya!!! Olskool going to come out too?





Negative...we don't. How much did you shave?

dunno.......ill give him a call and see if hes coming
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Originally Posted by grapejuice
Can't wait Rizzle, ready for ya!!! Olskool going to come out too?



Negative...we don't. How much did you shave?
About 1/4 to 1/3 of the bottom.... It still scrubs a little, but it's a lot better than it was. Well see tonight!
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beat it J-Rod!!!!!

EAD.......................
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Originally Posted by t0p_sh0tta
They're taking over my local track as well. There are 5 or 6 of us running them currently.

I had a chance to do some tuning last night and this car is amazing. Went from stock to black springs all the way around with Losi 45wt/37.5wt front and rear and it was pretty dialed, thanks Raul!

The harder you push, the harder it digs. The one thing I did notice is that ride height makes a HUGE difference with this car.
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What gives the least amount of ackerman in our cars? All the ways forward? Thanks......
Anybody?????
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
Anybody?????
Yes forward.


So, Top, you are stiffining the car??? And it keeps on digging? Hmm... may have to ry that. I love how my car feels right now with the greens and 37.5/30....but always looking for something better.
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Yes, at the advice of one of the local racers (Raul who posted above). Works quite well on a hard-packed and short technical course. I can drive it smoothly, but it responds much better to being manhandled when stiff. Once I spend some more time with it I will definitely try a softer setup and see which I like better.
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Originally Posted by t0p_sh0tta
Yes, at the advice of one of the local racers (Raul who posted above). Works quite well on a hard-packed and short technical course. I can drive it smoothly, but it responds much better to being manhandled when stiff. Once I spend some more time with it I will definitely try a softer setup and see which I like better.
Good to know! Thanks!
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
Yes forward.


So, Top, you are stiffining the car??? And it keeps on digging? Hmm... may have to ry that. I love how my car feels right now with the greens and 37.5/30....but always looking for something better.
If you go by the spring chart. It is two levels softer in the front, and two levels harder in the rear than stock.
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Old 10-06-2010, 10:13 AM
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Originally Posted by t0p_sh0tta
They're taking over my local track as well. There are 5 or 6 of us running them currently.
I wouldn't say they are taking over the track, per say.
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We'll see what happens tonight. Hoping my parts are here when I get home.
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I wouldn't say they are taking over the track, per say.
Not yet, but soon. When will then, be now??? Then, just then, you missed it.
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stupid question as im new to electrics..

how do you work out final gear ratio of the car/motor?

is there a forumla i need to use? eg if im running 19t pinon, the final gear ratio would be?
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Originally Posted by LiL_JaSoN
stupid question as im new to electrics..

how do you work out final gear ratio of the car/motor?

is there a forumla i need to use? eg if im running 19t pinon, the final gear ratio would be?
Check out this site bud

http://www.comeseethis.com/gearing/Default.aspx
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