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Old 01-14-2018, 01:08 AM   #136
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I can't properly figure out as per pictures or manual how to setup the rear toe? Can someone explain me how it works? Thanks!
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So I replaced the stock screw with a slightly longer screw about 13.1mm long.
Good point! I also checked the scews last week, because the 1.5mm Hex went a bit round, but left it for the moment.
This is a good moment to switch to some high quality 2.5*14mm torx.
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I can't properly figure out as per pictures or manual how to setup the rear toe? Can someone explain me how it works? Thanks!
Very simple. There are 3 holes on the carbon part and 3 on the alu part, just a bit offline. When using the mid position you have 2.0 toe, when using the outsider hole the toe is 2.5. I checked on the set up board, and it is very accurate.
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Thanks Erik!
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Good point! I also checked the scews last week, because the 1.5mm Hex went a bit round, but left it for the moment.
This is a good moment to switch to some high quality 2.5*14mm torx.
the stock screws are 11mm in length adding the extra 2mm will give it a little more strength. I ran them all saturday night in practice and all day on sunday with no issues what so ever even after taking a few hard hits lol.
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This is a good moment to switch to some high quality 2.5*14mm torx.
As I have 3x14mm Stainless steel screws available, I careful tapped the steering block from the 2.5mm hole to M3. Feels very solid. 14mm is just long enough.
Will try next weekend, although it is not the idea to do a real strength test and hit something.

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As I have 3x14mm Stainless steel screws available, I careful tapped the steering block from the 2.5mm hole to M3. Feels very solid. 14mm is just long enough.
Will try next weekend, although it is not the idea to do a real strength test and hit something.

at 14mm make sure the front axles move freely
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Old 01-16-2018, 08:08 PM   #143
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Got the 3Racing front and rear(1deg) aluminum hubs installed on my MTs/V3 prototype , this will Work on the FFv3 and it should make it a lot stronger if not bullet proof . Using 3mm front hexes for proper track width.





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