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Old 11-05-2017, 07:20 PM   #4141
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Nice electronics layout. What are you using for a battery strap?
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Old 11-05-2017, 07:29 PM   #4142
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Nice electronics layout. What are you using for a battery strap?

Thanks. Iím using battery hooks for a Yokomo YZ-4 from Bezerk RC with 3mm ballstud washers underneath so thereís room for the Velcro strap to pass through underneath. Battery is a Turnigy 2600mah 90c Super Shorty, I believe LRP and a few others make one too. Gets about 10 minutes of run time.
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Old 11-07-2017, 09:24 PM   #4143
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Couple laps from the other night before I started tuning on the shocks. Running 40/35 oil now and not nearly as much chassis slap. Apparently the newer kits come with 4 hole pistons.

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Old 12-04-2017, 11:27 AM   #4144
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Hereís my ride so far.

Reedy sonic Mach 2 8.5 540 can with 13t pinion
Muchmore Fleta Pro esc
Hitec 985

Running 5-5-3

FRONT: 35wt with Associated Truck Grey spring

REAR: 32.5 with Associated Truck Green spring

Running proline electrons with proline closed cell foams.

Still playing with shock positions, will update after practice sesh.






do you have the part #'s for the associated front and rear springs?
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Old 12-04-2017, 12:41 PM   #4145
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Fronts ASC91637

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Old 12-04-2017, 03:53 PM   #4146
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Thanks man, right now i'm runnin losi tlr springs with rates at 2.0 in rear and 2.9 in front and seems to might be just a tad soft but it is working really well. it's wanting to balloon the front tires on the straights and then when i get on the brakes for say a 180 turn it wants to hook and spin out so thats why i think springs are little soft. looks like your running a really stiff spring in front, is it hampering your turning any? i also made a 1.6mm front swaybar out of music wire, stock i think is 2.0mm
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Thanks man, right now i'm runnin losi tlr springs with rates at 2.0 in rear and 2.9 in front and seems to might be just a tad soft but it is working really well. it's wanting to balloon the front tires on the straights and then when i get on the brakes for say a 180 turn it wants to hook and spin out so thats why i think springs are little soft. looks like your running a really stiff spring in front, is it hampering your turning any? i also made a 1.6mm front swaybar out of music wire, stock i think is 2.0mm
This could also be a center diff that's too light. What oil do you have in the center currently?
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I'm runnin 5-5-2
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Old 12-04-2017, 10:51 PM   #4149
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I didn't like the front swaybar on my Hyper TT on any kind of surface (loose outdoor or high-bit indoor clay), I recommend getting rid of it.

After doing a lot of testing with different diff fluids, I liked 10k/40k/7k diff fluids on high-bite indoor clay and 15k/80k/15k on outdoor, loose dirt when running a fairly fast SMC 4500kv 4-pole motor.

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Old 12-06-2017, 07:53 AM   #4150
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Here's mine, just got 4 packs through it at the track and lov this thing, i'm hooked! boiled all the parts 1st and had a few hard crashes and nothing broke. bumped my shock oil up 5 more weight front and rear and some of the front tire ballooning went away and the hooking and turning calmed down a little too, got a little stiffer springs on the way, been running losi 2.00 rate in rear and losi 2.90 rate in front. gonna try losi 3.40 front and associated 2.40 rear next.
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Ran the 3.40 front and 2.40 rear springs last night and man what an improvement, this thing is awesome, think i might bump front springs to associated 3.75 for next weeks practice, front still seems a tad soft still. and now 3 weeks runnin and still nothing has broke yet!
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Ran the 3.40 front and 2.40 rear springs last night and man what an improvement, this thing is awesome, think i might bump front springs to associated 3.75 for next weeks practice, front still seems a tad soft still. and now 3 weeks runnin and still nothing has broke yet!
Right on man, what motor/esc are you running? Full size pack or shorty?
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