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Old 01-02-2013, 11:22 AM
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How much slip for the slipper, or the diff?

I try to have my diff never slip. You shouldn't be able to count the feet the slipper slips, especially in those traction conditions. If you can, the slipper is likely too loose. I hold my back tires down, and punch full throttle. The front tires should come off the ground about 1" for SC, and 2-3" for truck and 2wd for standard running conditions.
ok thanks so much I will take mine apart and inspect the rings I might have some groves in it from been to loose.

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Hi Casper, this is a great chart, much more illustrative than the other ones I've seen. Do you know what is the Unit of Measurement on this chart? I know I've seen the UoM somewhere but can't remember...

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Old 01-02-2013, 02:52 PM
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Hi Casper, this is a great chart, much more illustrative than the other ones I've seen. Do you know what is the Unit of Measurement on this chart? I know I've seen the UoM somewhere but can't remember...

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I believe TLR uses lbs/in.
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I am going to try some of the new bleeder shock cap o-rings (TLR334000) has anyone else used them yet?

I have just changed the front end from the kit set up to 25 kick and 5 caster.
This should provide a smoother car due to the weight transfer but will it also help with keeping the rear inline and not step out as much?

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I am going to try some of the new bleeder shock cap o-rings (TLR334000) has anyone else used them yet?

I have just changed the front end from the kit set up to 25 kick and 5 caster.
This should provide a smoother car due to the weight transfer but will it also help with keeping the rear inline and not step out as much?
The TLR334000 o-rings work great, Zero leaks since I switched and you don't have to worry about them slipping out of position.
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The TLR334000 o-rings work great, Zero leaks since I switched and you don't have to worry about them slipping out of position.
Sweet, they looked the goods when I put them on
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Old 01-03-2013, 07:38 AM
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Will these shims work for the Casper/Dunford set up?
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...3x5mm-Shim-Set

Trying to get my order placed this morning so I can spend next week testing.
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Originally Posted by Carranza76 View Post
Will these shims work for the Casper/Dunford set up?
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...3x5mm-Shim-Set

Trying to get my order placed this morning so I can spend next week testing.
Are you talking about raising the steering rack ball stud?

We used two of these.
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...w-4-Washers-10
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Originally Posted by Casper View Post
Are you talking about raising the steering rack ball stud?

We used two of these.
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...w-4-Washers-10
Yes, sorry I should have clarified!.

Thanks Casper.

I am pretty sure I have everything now so I will be rebuilding this truck as soon as these parts come in to try this set up out.

I am going to run it at Pegasus and IERC to see the difference.
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Also Casper are you running long or short pack with this set up? I must have missed that part.
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Originally Posted by Carranza76 View Post
Also Casper are you running long or short pack with this set up? I must have missed that part.
Full battery. Venom 5000mah 60C.
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Full battery. Venom 5000mah 60C.
One last thing will these ball stud shims help on the 22T and 22B the same way?
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Full battery. Venom 5000mah 60C.
Awesome Battery!!!
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Scott could you update my setup you posted on the first page
Setup is for carpet using Kyosho front and Trepador rear tires I am goin to test some Schumacher mini pins soon but I am very happy with this setup.
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Front
Toe:0
Ride Height:26.5mm
Camber: -1
Caster: 0
Kick Angle: 25 aluminum with brass shim
Sway Bar: Pink
Shock Oil: 27.5
Piston: 1.5 2-hole
Spring: Green
Shock Limiters: None, Unscrewed 3 turns
Shock Location: 2-outside
Bump Steer: 0
Camber link: 1 with 2mm spacers under the inside ball stud
2mm trailing spindle spaced up

Rear
Mid motor
Gear dif: 10000
Toe: 3.0 HRC
Anti Squat: 1mm
Ride Height: 26.5
Camber:-2
Rear hub spacing: 2mm in front and behind
Hex width: +1.5mm
Sway Bar: Yellow
Shock oil: 30
Piston: 1.6 2-hole
Spring: Buggy White
Shock Limiters: None, Unscrewed 1 turn
Camber Link: 1-D 2mm under each ball stud
Shock Locations: 3-Outside
Battery: Shorty All the way back
No added weight, using aluminum front and rear camber blocks
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Originally Posted by Carranza76 View Post
One last thing will these ball stud shims help on the 22T and 22B the same way?
I raised the ball on all my cars as I went to with the captured links as descibed in this blog post by Todd Hodge.

http://losiracing.blogspot.com/2012/...ball-cups.html

When I did this I noticed the link hit the alum servo arm when trying to get full steering throw left. Raising the ball stud gave me the clearance I needed to get full throw and Ryan noticed the change and how it effected the steering expo and tried it on his car and liked it.
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