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Old 11-24-2012, 11:53 AM
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ok how to gear this for a novak 8.5 trun?
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Old 11-24-2012, 12:46 PM
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Hey guys,

Looking for a for a rough loose low traction set up for outdoors. The first page really doesn't have a good set up. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by Whitey_Wangster View Post
Hey guys,

Looking for a for a rough loose low traction set up for outdoors. The first page really doesn't have a good set up. Thanks.
http://www.tlracing.com/ProdInfo/Fil...bby%20Shop.pdf

I am running the stock setup and think that it works well outdoors.
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Originally Posted by kmags View Post
http://www.tlracing.com/ProdInfo/Fil...bby%20Shop.pdf

I am running the stock setup and think that it works well outdoors.
Ditto.

My only changes were 30wt front oil and Medium front sway bar.

Also speaking of sway bars..... what the hell is the deal with the rear one.

Seems like a bit of an afterthought, IE you have to route it where most people have there ESC.
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Originally Posted by Cloaked View Post
Also speaking of sway bars..... what the hell is the deal with the rear one.

Seems like a bit of an afterthought, IE you have to route it where most people have there ESC.
Yea, kind of a PITA to change.
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Originally Posted by kmags View Post
http://www.tlracing.com/ProdInfo/Fil...bby%20Shop.pdf

I am running the stock setup and think that it works well outdoors.
I forgot, I am using white rear springs.
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Originally Posted by kmags View Post
I forgot, I am using white rear springs.
Now that I have the sway bars I was thinking of trying Green Buggy springs up front and White buggy springs at the rear.

FYI Im not sure if the Green Front Buggy springs will fit.
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22SCT POV race

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Originally Posted by AlienModified View Post
I could only handle about 15 seconds because your windshield is cracked.
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Originally Posted by vito View Post
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...Clutch-72T-76T
ok how to gear this for a novak 8.5 trun?
Get the mod set instead of the stock. Then run 18/84.
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Originally Posted by thefatkid View Post
I could only handle about 15 seconds because your windshield is cracked.
It gave me a headache. It was an interesting idea I guess.
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Originally Posted by RShockley View Post
It gave me a headache. It was an interesting idea I guess.
i'd cut out the windshield.
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Anyone stripping idlers in trans? Is there a more durable option? BTW, slipper is set loose enough it will hardly pull the wheels when doing the "table top" adjustment method...
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I think there was an issue with the transmission cases. i'd try a new one along with new idlers.
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[QUOTE=Whitey_Wangster;11476634]Hey guys,

Looking for a for a rough loose low traction set up for outdoors. The first page really doesn't have a good set up. Thank

Try this, very basic basic setup,
REAR: 27.5 weight, pink spring
FRONT: Blue spring, 30.0 weight
Pretty much stock everything else
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