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Old 04-14-2002, 10:15 PM
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rcethilon There isnt a really set length for them. People are usually around 60-62 mm total shock length. I personally run 60.5 in the front and 60.0 in the rear. Your length also depends on if they pre load the spring. You dont want to pick up the rear end and still have your springs compressed. That would cause ill handling effects. Hope this helps.

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Old 04-14-2002, 10:34 PM
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Thanks TK.
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Old 04-14-2002, 10:44 PM
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Very unimpressed with myself, job didn't work out. My fault entirely and I'm pretty gutted.
Still got my toys though so thats OK...
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Old 04-15-2002, 06:03 PM
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What was the job?

Yeah, shock lengths vary a lot. Somehow, Chris Tosolini managed to run 60.3mm shocks at the nationals using the lowe hole in the castor block! I have to use the long shock ends to do that, and the shortest I can make them is 63.2, which is why I mostly use the upper hole and short shocks, though I did have the lower hole drilled in my 3's.

Longer front shock = more steering, shorter rear shock = more rear traction. Sounds messed up, but it works that way for me, and several others I know.

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Old 04-15-2002, 09:08 PM
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can anyone tell me what the bulkhead screw set includes?
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Old 04-16-2002, 02:59 AM
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simon, never mind just keep trying.

Has anyone got a setup for a shiny wooden floor? I had a good one but then they change the track every week so i can't use the same one twice :-((

have a nice day

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Old 04-16-2002, 05:32 PM
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was it los, I'm not totally sure, but it probably includes the 6 rear bulkhead screws (2 short ones in the back, medium ones in the middle and the long 35mm ones) I would go to Yokomo USA and send them an email just to be sure though.
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thanks speedo
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Old 04-17-2002, 05:33 AM
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have anyone here prefer to use the hardened center one-way than the light weight?
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Old 04-17-2002, 02:56 PM
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Car for sale, will work out a fair deal for both buyer and myself, not trying to make a killing, just what's fair, [email protected]. Email if interested.

I guess the hard part is figuring the price on electronics.

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We know what the car is worth, I generally when selling used rc stuff, give it the 50% just email to discuss how much of a discount I am selling electronics for.

Reason I am selling, am now racing full sized 2002 BMW M3, SCCA events, Yoke was just sitting there wanting to be driven, figured I would give somebody a car cheap. Email.
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Old 04-17-2002, 03:24 PM
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Aw Heck, $300, and will throw in a set of YokeDish's, Blue HPI Inserts, and New Tires, I have plenty of 138g's, Sorex, Take Off, so you will have a pretty good pick. Tires, Wheels, and Inserts are all new in package, heck, that's $40 bucks right there from Speedtech.
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Old 04-17-2002, 06:38 PM
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Has anyone used the new Tamiya dish wheels on either a PRO/WC Rep or SP ?

I'm keen on getting some(they're cheap) but don't know if the reinforcing ribs will hit the arms due to them extending past the hub carriers.
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Yeah I used them on my sp, and yes they did hit the arms, so I took a little off the ribs. But this did make the wheel flex little more, so I only use that set of wheels/tires for practise. All my other wheels are Yok dish.
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Old 04-17-2002, 07:08 PM
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Did they hit the rear arms, front or both? 0 deg offset or 2 deg?

I've cut my rear arms so they are flush with the hub carrier, I didn't fancy trimming ribs after I pretty much ruined a few sets of older wheels.
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Just touched the front arms, but really connected with the rears. This was when my car was stock out of the box.
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