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Old 05-07-2017, 07:34 PM
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Originally Posted by HeavyD99 View Post
I added the same update to my SL and I am wondering if was a bad idea because with the buggy off the ground it results in some major bump steer, the front tires get some serious toe out at full droop. I haven't had the chance to run it yet but I will report back with my findings in a few week once I have done a back to back comparison. I'm not 100% sure the newer .4 steering set up was intended for the SL.
You can adjust the bumpsteer by flipping the offset steering ball ends and adding or removing washers under/over those ends. There's enough adjustment to get bump in, zero bump, or bump out.
Also be sure that you shorten your steering links approximately 2-3mm per side so that you have enough adjustment to achieve the correct static toe.
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Old 11-05-2017, 02:47 AM
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Here is one that is considering buying this car and wanted to know what parts would be good to have spare parts and which springs are usually used, those that come in the box?
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Good morning everyone,
Here is one that is considering buying this car and wanted to know what parts would be good to have spare parts and which springs are usually used, those that come in the box?
I don't think your looking at the EB48, if your buying new, then look at the EB48.4 thread. But to answer your question on spares, Hinge pins, shock shafts, and spur gears. 2 sets of each in your pit box. that will get you through most issues.
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Does the EB48.2 accept the .4 front towers?
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Does the EB48.2 accept the .4 front towers?
i would start by compairing the parts number of the diff box. that would be a first hint. then compair some pictures. i mounted a .2 front shocktower on my .3
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Does the EB48.2 accept the .4 front towers?
It will physically fit on the bulkhead, but it will change the suspension geometry.
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