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Old 02-03-2014, 11:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Matt M. View Post
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
Front - 2 hole 1.6
Rear - 2 hole 1.7
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Old 02-03-2014, 11:22 AM
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Thanks. I'm jumping right in to MM. Everything around here has decent traction.
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Old 02-03-2014, 11:29 AM
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Originally Posted by skrichter View Post
For those that can't make out the picture:
Front
Toe:0
Ride Height: 24mm
Camber: -1
Caster: 5deg
Kick: 25deg
Oil:35???
Piston: 4x55
Spring: LF Red
Pivot: Alum
Kick: Plastic
Limiters: 3mm
Shock Location: 2-Outside
Bump: STD
Camber Link: 2-A -- don't know if this is inside or outside??
Ball Stud spacers: 0 inner, 2mm outer??
Caster block: Middle

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Toe: 3deg
Antisquat: 2deg
Low Roll
Ride Height: 24mm
Camber: -1
Rear hub: Middle
Hex: STD
Oil: 27.5
Piston: 4x55
Spring: LF Grey
Shock Limiters: 0-unscrew end 3 turns, O-ring on shaft to limit uptravel
Camber Link: 1-B ???
Ball Stud spacers: 0 inner, 1.5mm on hub
Shock Loc: 2-Inside

Weight: 7g on tranny
ESC on battery shelf

Dakotah needs to confirm the items in Bold.
Front Oil - 35 wt.
Front Camber - 2A outside
Ball Stud Spacer - 0 inner, 2mm outer
Rear Camber 1-B
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What is the difference in feel from the 2 hole 1.6 to the 4 hole #55?
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Old 02-03-2014, 12:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Dale.0 View Post
What is the difference in feel from the 2 hole 1.6 to the 4 hole #55?
I am running the 4 hole 55 in the 22 2.0 MM.
He asked about the pistons for the 22-4 in the 22 2.0 thread which is what I use the 2 hole 1.6 and 2 hole 1.7's in.
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Dakotah, I see different set ups for the MM car with either 2 hole 1.6, 3 hole 1.4, or 4 hole #55's. Im just curious what different feel there is between two larger holes, compered to 4 smaller holes. I know the pack will be different, but when will one be better than the other?
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Does this thing support a regular battery; either mid motor or rear motor?
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only in rear, you can not use a stick pack in MM
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only in rear, you can not use a stick pack in MM
Thanks! What kinds of batteries can be used on mid motor? My last buggy was a B4.
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square, saddle or shorty (with maybe a couple small mods)
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Originally Posted by Dale.0 View Post
Dakotah, I see different set ups for the MM car with either 2 hole 1.6, 3 hole 1.4, or 4 hole #55's. Im just curious what different feel there is between two larger holes, compered to 4 smaller holes. I know the pack will be different, but when will one be better than the other?
IMO, 2 holes is better on smoother tracks, 4 holes on rougher tracks. 2x 1.6mm to 4x 55's is pretty close in static feel. As for the 3x 1.4's, I haven't tried those yet myself.

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Does this thing support a regular battery; either mid motor or rear motor?
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Thanks! What kinds of batteries can be used on mid motor? My last buggy was a B4.
MM will use a shorty, saddle, or square pack.
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I did a track test awesome car make me look good
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Originally Posted by Dale.0 View Post
Dakotah, I see different set ups for the MM car with either 2 hole 1.6, 3 hole 1.4, or 4 hole #55's. Im just curious what different feel there is between two larger holes, compered to 4 smaller holes. I know the pack will be different, but when will one be better than the other?
4 hole 55 is all that I have run. It has less pack, which allows the suspension to compress more during landing, and it also has less traction. It drives less flat. I was very happy with this setup and haven't tried any other pistons on the mid motor.
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