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Old 08-27-2012, 05:55 PM
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Originally Posted by hacker07 View Post
Going from 4 hole to 2 hole pistons on a couple of my vehicles has gven me grat results in the area of consistency. The car just feels more consistant and seems to land better as well.
Thanks, I will prepare some pistons to try then.
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Old 08-27-2012, 06:04 PM
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Where do you get a 1.5 and 1.6mm drill bits?

Ryan are you using a shorty pack with that setup?
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Old 08-27-2012, 06:07 PM
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If you don't have a metric drill bit set and only have numbered drill bits here's the closest sizes to the posted setup.

#53 = 1.5113mm
#52 = 1.6129mm

If you need a source for numbered drill bits I use these. They are not the greatest quality but for hobby use, they work very well.

http://www.harborfreight.com/60-piec...set-34627.html
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Old 08-27-2012, 06:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Gas Rat Racin View Post
Where do you get a 1.5 and 1.6mm drill bits?

Ryan are you using a shorty pack with that setup?
Got them at McMaster. I use the orion 5000 which is a long pack.
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also, for the TLR1043 Front King Pin, Threaded, TiNitride (2): 22 do these go vertically through the caster block or horizontally through the arm? please forgive the n00b question...
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Originally Posted by RC*PHREAK View Post
also, for the TLR1043 Front King Pin, Threaded, TiNitride (2): 22 do these go vertically through the caster block or horizontally through the arm? please forgive the n00b question...
they go vertically through the caster block
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Originally Posted by RC*PHREAK View Post
also, for the TLR1043 Front King Pin, Threaded, TiNitride (2): 22 do these go vertically through the caster block or horizontally through the arm? please forgive the n00b question...
Vertically through the caster block.
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Originally Posted by hacker07 View Post
they go vertically through the caster block
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Vertically through the caster block.
thanks!
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Originally Posted by godofcable View Post
Actually it looks like piece of a handgun to me. I could be wrong though.
It's the lower receiver to an AR15.
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Originally Posted by hacker07 View Post
Going from 4 hole to 2 hole pistons on a couple of my vehicles has gven me grat results in the area of consistency. The car just feels more consistant and seems to land better as well.
Which 2 vehicles have you done this on?
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Originally Posted by Oasis View Post
Viper VTX10R..it's a good speed controler..
i can agree with that!
advantages over the competition:
-ProGauge-trackside adjustments W/O PC-easily adjust all your settings, no blinking lights to watch or computer taking up your pit area!
-5 amp BEC- No rx caps needed, i run a savox 1258tg and sr300 rx with no issues whatsoever.
...to name a few!
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Is TLR5163 or TLR5166 the correct white spring for your setup? I see they both have 1.8 spring rates but one is buggy rear and the other is for the SCT.
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Originally Posted by Gas Rat Racin View Post
Is TLR5163 or TLR5166 the correct white spring for your setup? I see they both have 1.8 spring rates but one is buggy rear and the other is for the SCT.
Its the second one TLR5166
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Whats with the buggy springs over the truck?
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will it pull the front end up with a 5700 4 pole motor in mid motor if the slipper all the way tight
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