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Old 07-01-2004, 07:09 PM
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that could be it u need limiting
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Old 07-01-2004, 07:23 PM
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Originally posted by mstng87gt
absolutely none. and i have 4 degrees of antisquat.
yeah, maybe try just 2 degrees of antisquat see how it feel since it doesn't require you to take the shock apart. I would add some of limiting in the rear also. make only 1 change at the time so you know how/what it affects the handling.

changing the antisquat also effects how it jumps, so you might have a adjust your driving style somewhat.
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Old 07-01-2004, 07:24 PM
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it jumps lower
u need limiting because to much downtravel isnt good
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Old 07-01-2004, 07:24 PM
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Russ- Jason knows what he's saying, do the anti-squat like he said. I know you'll like it better.
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Old 07-01-2004, 08:23 PM
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lol i know jason knows that's why i said one of the pros. these are things i dont know about. regular problems i would know most of the answers but racing stuff hell no.
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next question i guess goes to james or vin or maybe max lol

how do i change the antisquat if it comes as one spacer. do i move it a different way or putit in the rear right now it is behind the battery or get rid of it all together. i say this question is for the above mentioned because they have a xxxt and jason does not.
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Originally posted by mstng87gt
and jason you were included in the

LOL, I'm nowhere near a PRO yet.
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I AM PRO!!! j/k
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Old 07-02-2004, 08:06 AM
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Max, Jason is more pro then you b/c he doesnt spike tires at kids that are just walking back to there pit area....and not saying sorry, he doesnt bother pretty much everyone at the track, he's not all over the fast guys ass like u are. LOL you got a lot of work to do Max..... a lot
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I AM PRO PRO AM I!
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Russ... On the XXXT to add antisquat just place the plastic shims under the front of the arm mount. You can use 2 of the wedges that that come with the the mount or 2 .020 shims. Both will give you approx 4* of antisquat.

JS.... Good job last night... you truly are da man! Call me or hit me up on IM when you get a chance I gotta talk to ya about something.

Jason... I agree with James... you have been rockin out there and really do the hobby proud. You just go out there and drive your model (and pretty damn well I might add!). More poeple should follow your example. It's good to have guys like yourself to make racing at 110 so much fun.

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Hey Max.....are you going to 110 tomorrow??
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Old 07-03-2004, 08:27 PM
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Scratch that..........there closed tomorrow
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JS, Vin, Thanks for the good words. LOL
Yeah, I try not to bother people too much plus I want to try playing with setups myself and feel the differences they makes and come up with my own setup. It makes learning more fun ,enjoyable, and a feeling of acheiving something.

But, I still need you guys to try out my car and your opinion, now I got a M8 .YEAH!

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Max, good work making 15Laps on paper... I'll catch up to you soon.
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