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Old 02-01-2014, 06:23 PM
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Any other way to get the insane steering from the 22mid....i added 4mms on the inner ballstud and its still wow lok
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Old 02-02-2014, 12:02 AM
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22 2.0 was ridiculously dialed tonight. Small tight clay track with a ton of traction. Running it rear motormotor on this particular layout bc of tight turns and quick 180s. Anyways i had a great night out with it. Swept my class. Took all 3 heats, tq and the main lol
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Old 02-02-2014, 04:41 AM
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going from kit springs,just got LF spring kits and wondering which ones to try 1st. I'm on dirt rear motor, med-high grip....... looking for a bit more low speed steering as mine pushes a bit. Gotta put in my Casper thrust bearing too...
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Old 02-02-2014, 06:11 AM
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any one ?? if some one could give me the shock pistons for dummys run down that would be great
2 things to keep in mind with piston.... that is Static Dampening and Pack! To keep it simple, a large hole piston with thick oil will have same static dampening (Shocks will feel similar when compressed slowly by hand) as a small hole piston with thin oil. But the change between the two come when shock is compressed very quickly (when car is in motion) the smaller holed piston with thin oil creates more pack and will bottom out less but the large holed piston with thick oil will feel plush but might bottom out
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Old 02-02-2014, 07:34 AM
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Originally Posted by Buckland
Any chance we can get a peek at Dakotah's mid motor setup? I noticed he ran saddles and only the 7g weight, which seems to be much different than the newest MM setups posted!
Here is my setup from the Reedy Race.
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Old 02-02-2014, 07:55 AM
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Originally Posted by Dakotah Phend
Here is my setup from the Reedy Race.
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Originally Posted by rippen
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It wouldn't let me upload it from my computer at any other size. If you click on the photo it is bigger.
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Old 02-02-2014, 08:08 AM
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thanks dakotah..

pretty much the same as whey your using at ams....i made 1 change to what your running on our med bite tracks.....i am using 3 x 1.4 tapered ae pistons...i like them...

what are you running at ams with your 22-4
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Originally Posted by vito
dose this play on here it my frist time?
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nope
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Old 02-02-2014, 09:16 AM
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https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=726530900700064
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its my first track test
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Originally Posted by Dakotah Phend
It wouldn't let me upload it from my computer at any other size. If you click on the photo it is bigger.
I know buddy, I'm just giving you a hard time
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Originally Posted by Dagolf
22 2.0 was ridiculously dialed tonight. Small tight clay track with a ton of traction. Running it rear motormotor on this particular layout bc of tight turns and quick 180s. Anyways i had a great night out with it. Swept my class. Took all 3 heats, tq and the main lol
I had the same feeling with my rear motor setup (didn't sweep the field like you did, too stacked for me here), however, my car felt so dialed I wouldn't change it for any reason.
My results stayed the same week after week, mistake free for the most part and never been better for me.
I finally decided to give mid motor a try just to see if I could get it to be ok.
Instantly went .5 seconds a lap quicker with the first battery pack.
First race went the extra lap that I'd been just missing by 3 to 5 seconds each week.
Mid motor is for real.
Been running mid for a couple weeks now, still super dialed.
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Originally Posted by vito
dose this play on here it my frist time?
Vito,when I clicked on the photo it took me to a site and played the video just fine. That's a nice track,have fun!
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