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Old 06-03-2008, 01:05 PM
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Originally Posted by MikeMalinconico View Post
I'm in for 4wd,Just give me a month or two.
Whats the set up for the b44 at LIR.
same here....
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Old 06-03-2008, 02:11 PM
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Originally Posted by MikeMalinconico View Post
I'm in for 4wd,Just give me a month or two.
Whats the set up for the b44 at LIR.

Think the box set-up with silver springs all around but you would be better asking asomeone who runs a b44.
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Old 06-03-2008, 03:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Crazy Carl View Post
HMMMMMMMMMMM
Money you say
Any ideas on truck tires for front and rear?
either sliver or red directionals...depanding on how wet/dry the track is. And red ifmar studs for the rear. That tire seems like it wouldnt be the hot tire for a hard packed high bite track but its super dialed on that track.
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Old 06-03-2008, 04:17 PM
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[QUOTE=MikeMalinconico;4504587]I'm in for 4wd,Just give me a month or two.
Whats the set up for the b44 at LIR.[/QUOTE

Whats up Mike......im running Tebo's world setup on my car with one or two changes. Last time i ran 4whl it was pretty good....but i gotta order a motor for it so im not running it right now.
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[QUOTE=RB FIVE;4504476]That's ghey....

We don't have enough for a 4wd class. We don't have enough for a truck class. We don't have enough for a mod and 19t class.

racing sucks lately......:f laming:

Imma use my friday's to go hang out with my friends and my chick soon......

thats the way it usually is once the weather changes, most people look to do things other then race when its nice out, others go to other tracks to race outside. use the open track to get your stuff dialed and get some wheel time, i remember winter racing at LIR was always awesome with a lot of really fast guys, you will be a better driver come winter if you take advantage of the low turnout in the summer.
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So Andrew--you have a CR coming? I also need a good setup for mine, I am half way done building. I still don't know why guys dis Losi kits--everything interlocks perfectly, great bearings (half rubber, half metal shielded) the ea3 which I thought would be floppy has a great amount of stiffness vs. flex, has MUCH less play at the arms and pivots than when I built my BK2 (also a super high quality car). There is a good amount of flashing on the chassis, arms and shock tower--but overall I am super impressed with the quality. Compared to a late model B4 kit (with the ragged shock interiors and the bullshit rubber sealed bearings) the Losi seems FAR better built and looks like superior material quality. Can't wait to try it out.

I got a BK2 body I am painting up, who else liked the BK2 body (with the NACA ducts down the side) over the CR body?
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Originally Posted by d16dcoe45 View Post
So Andrew--you have a CR coming? I also need a good setup for mine, I am half way done building. I still don't know why guys dis Losi kits--everything interlocks perfectly, great bearings (half rubber, half metal shielded) the ea3 which I thought would be floppy has a great amount of stiffness vs. flex, has MUCH less play at the arms and pivots than when I built my BK2 (also a super high quality car). There is a good amount of flashing on the chassis, arms and shock tower--but overall I am super impressed with the quality. Compared to a late model B4 kit (with the ragged shock interiors and the bullshit rubber sealed bearings) the Losi seems FAR better built and looks like superior material quality. Can't wait to try it out.

I got a BK2 body I am painting up, who else liked the BK2 body (with the NACA ducts down the side) over the CR body?

Yeah Jay, I had Rob order me one. I'll be building it on Saturday and running it on Sunday provided it gets here Friday night. I'm looking forward to it.
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Yeah Jay, I had Rob order me one. I'll be building it on Saturday and running it on Sunday provided it gets here Friday night. I'm looking forward to it.
good ish! What setup are you going to run? The rear pivot block is interesting and a bit different to what I am used to. It provides 2 degrees anti-squat with no washers, one 0.030" in the back is 1 degree--etc. Losi also sells a seperate 0 degree rear block for no squat. Its funny how differently its put together compared to a b4. Real solid build.
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Originally Posted by d16dcoe45 View Post
good ish! What setup are you going to run? The rear pivot block is interesting and a bit different to what I am used to. It provides 2 degrees anti-squat with no washers, one 0.030" in the back is 1 degree--etc. Losi also sells a seperate 0 degree rear block for no squat. Its funny how differently its put together compared to a b4. Real solid build.
I want to get the setup from Carl and go from there. I'm looking forward to building it, it should be interesting.
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Thanx again RBFIVE and Mertz.I will look for the tebo worlds set up.
Would it be on rc10.com ?
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Originally Posted by MikeMalinconico View Post
Thanx again RBFIVE and Mertz.I will look for the tebo worlds set up.
Would it be on rc10.com ?

http://www.rc10.com/racerhub/setup/r...ifmar_2007.pdf
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Tebo Setup^^^
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Old 06-03-2008, 10:11 PM
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Hey guys just posting my recent setup for the b4:

Front:
Brown springs, #1 Pistons 35 weight AE Oil.(shock ends unscrewed 2 turns)
Inside on tower, outside on arm.
2-B camber link.(outside tower, outside hub)
25 degree caster blocks.
Spindle in the middle of washers.
One washer under spindle.
-1 degree camber.
RH-Arms Level.
Team Losi 2wd Taper Fronts.(stock foam)

Rear:
Silver springs, #2 Pistons 25 weight AE Oil with one limiter.
Inside on both tower and arm.
Inside on u-brace, middle on hub.1-B? (U-brace grinded down level where ballstud goes, no washers)
Middle wheelbase.
1 degree antisquat.
-1 degree camber
RH-Bones slightly above level.
Team Losi BK-Bars.(bomb 1)

Other notes: Traction compound: Motor Spray. Keep o-rings fresh in shocks, 1 oz. weight in rear, in front of tranny. LRP Sphere, Team Orion 10.5 w/ 4800 Platinum Li-Po with 5oz. lead weight under lipo. Pro-line Cav. Edition Crowd Pleazer w/ 5 in. Pro-line wing.
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Thanx.
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novak

they diddnt have any 10.5 systems in so there shipping it out tommorrow this sucks
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