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Old 08-23-2005, 09:38 PM   #1
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Default set up for So CAL raceway

Can anyone provide me with a starting setup for So Cal raceway?
I have a losi XXX-T.... thanks
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Pretty much everyone is running the same setup in their MF rigs. I've been running the same setup for over a year. I'm having the most success with the BK setup.

Front:
32.5
#57
.125 internal limiter
mounting inside on tower, inside on arm
2"blue spring
links @ 3B w/2 washers

Rear:
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#55
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mounting outside on tower, outside on arm
2.75" yellow spring
links @ 1A
carriers in middle

Start there....hope it helps!
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you should ask Slim, he would be helpful for your set up. if not dont know what to say, besides testing it out on the track.
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Old 08-24-2005, 08:30 PM   #4
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FRONT
47 piston 100 wt oil black springs trinity shock tower outside inside arm 3 d camber link 16 washers rear wing in front shocks collars unscrewed as far as possible
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Old 08-25-2005, 12:03 PM   #7
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The bk setup is good, but I felt it was a bit more hooked up with some changes in the rear. I don't mean to step on toes, but if you're interested in trying a few changes, then here's another option.

Front: Same as the BK blue spring setup

Rear:
Oil: 35wt
Piston: 56
Spring: Red
Shock Location: Next to inside on Tower...Inside hole on A-arm
Camber rod Location: Middle in Tower....A-Hole in Hub


This felt more hooked up than the standard setup and it seemed like you could drive the car harder which = faster.

Also, nothing is going to be hooked up without relatively new M3 holeshots with "non-blown out foam" so make sure your meats are hooked up.

Hope this gets you dialed

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thanks for the setups.... cant wait to hit the track!
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