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Old 08-22-2010, 12:53 PM
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Awesome. I cannot wait to get mine!!!!

So the stock bearings are trash then?
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Not entirely, but the diff fluids are too light for most in the R kit.
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Well, i ordered 15k fluid, and i have 5k here.

What is everyone running for shock fluids for a indoor claytrack?
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
Well, i ordered 15k fluid, and i have 5k here.

What is everyone running for shock fluids for a indoor claytrack?
Stock bearings are trash. I already upgraded to Boca yellows in the middle and have the rest of the set for the diffs but have been too lazy to change them as of yet. The bearings stock are horrible. Theyre generic metal shielded bearings and cant be all that for dirt.

As for fluids Im runnin 45wt up fron and 35 in the rear. Stock pistons with black springs all around. Shock positionings are all up to you really. Havent tried 15k yet but seems a bit much. Also the rear of the car is a bit loose so i may need the side balancing weights, but once I moved the lower shock positions out on the rear arm it was way more stable. But all in all had a great day with it. Nothing like Ive ever driven before.
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Old 08-22-2010, 05:54 PM
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Anyone seen the carbon radio trays that timmy121 on oople.com makes? I am thinking about ordering one... think it would look sick, and save a little weight.

http://www.oople.com/forums/showthread.php?t=50936

17 bucks to your door!
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Old 08-22-2010, 06:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
Anyone seen the carbon radio trays that timmy121 on oople.com makes? I am thinking about ordering one... think it would look sick, and save a little weight.

http://www.oople.com/forums/showthread.php?t=50936

17 bucks to your door!
I could be completely wrong... but doesnt CF conduct so it could interfere with your receiver etc
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Old 08-22-2010, 06:26 PM
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Originally Posted by mackyrocks
I could be completely wrong... but doesnt CF conduct so it could interfere with your receiver etc
If that were the case then cars like the b44, 501x/511, d4, and other carbon chassis cars would be obsolete.
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Old 08-22-2010, 06:33 PM
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Originally Posted by tonyv2382
If that were the case then cars like the b44, 501x/511, d4, and other carbon chassis cars would be obsolete.
Yup yup.

I just ordered mine. I think its pretty sweet
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
Yup yup.

I just ordered mine. I think its pretty sweet
NICE
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i wouldnt think this car needs weight because its already heavy car,maybe for outdoors but indoors it wont be needed imo, the car is real loose in the rear till you get the slipper set correctly for you needs and make some adjustments with ride hieghts and radio and maybe move the rear arms all the way foward and i have mine hooked up in the rear now for indoors hi traction packed dirt.. at first it was a super handful i mean i was like holy hell lol....cant wait till wed for session 3 on this bad boy...also gonna try some new holeshot m3 2.o i heard the HOOOOOKed
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i wouldnt think this car needs weight because its already heavy car,maybe for outdoors but indoors it wont be needed imo, the car is real loose in the rear till you get the slipper set correctly for you needs and make some adjustments with ride hieghts and radio and maybe move the rear arms all the way foward and i have mine hooked up in the rear now for indoors hi traction packed dirt.. at first it was a super handful i mean i was like holy hell lol....cant wait till wed for session 3 on this bad boy...also gonna try some new holeshot m3 2.o i heard the HOOOOOKed
hard packed I run the bk bars in pink comp. and they really hook up man. G L U E D. Up front I run the panther bobcat 2 4wd tires. sweet combo man.
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Greetings,

So am I hearing (reading) this correctly? 15k in the front and 5k in the rear diffs to start on indoor clay?? Also, 45W in front and 35W in the rear shocks? Stock springs and pistons??? Thx!
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Greetings,

So am I hearing (reading) this correctly? 15k in the front and 5k in the rear diffs to start on indoor clay?? Also, 45W in front and 35W in the rear shocks? Stock springs and pistons??? Thx!
I'm running 10k front 5k rear, still playing around with the shocks but currently at Losi 32.5 wt. front and rear, two hole front drilled to 55's and three hole rear drilled to 55's. Just got some springs so we'll see how they do, and I at least want to go up to 35wt. in the front.
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Greetings,

So am I hearing (reading) this correctly? 15k in the front and 5k in the rear diffs to start on indoor clay?? Also, 45W in front and 35W in the rear shocks? Stock springs and pistons??? Thx!
20k front 5k rear 30wt losi f 27.5wt losi r...the next stiffer springs, 2hole piston front 3hole rear,still working on my ride heights, rear arms full foward... close to being DIALED what droops is everyone running in the rear? right now im full droop perdy much,and gonna try 22tooth pinion also
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Old 08-23-2010, 12:44 PM
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Originally Posted by grapejuice
I'm running 10k front 5k rear, still playing around with the shocks but currently at Losi 32.5 wt. front and rear, two hole front drilled to 55's and three hole rear drilled to 55's. Just got some springs so we'll see how they do, and I at least want to go up to 35wt. in the front.
so u drilled your holes bigger?
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