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Old 11-06-2018, 08:33 AM
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Nice to finally see somebody's ride!
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Old 11-07-2018, 09:02 AM
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anybody try longer side link like associated R6 on black carpet ?
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Old 11-12-2018, 09:29 AM
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Ran my IF 11 for the second time at my local track 360V2...same layout as last week

Still waiting for wider +2 mm front arms and side springs so I decided to focus on damper oils and my top spring.

I decided to go with a harder spring on top as suggested by our local fast guy / pan car guru Phil Trotta this suggestion along with harder oil in the side damper tubes made the car stable and ez to drive.

Q1 I was able to get a 21 5:00 which was considerably faster than my 20 5:01 from a week ago My fast lap also went from a 14.0 to a 13.8 great initial improvement

Q2 I lost a .1 of a second going harder on the oils and finished with a 21 5:01 best lap also suffered 13.9

Q3 I ran 30k in the tube and traction seemed to come up but the car was on rails. I managed a 22 5:13 and would start p4 in the main hot lap was 13.8

A Main P4 saw a great start. Got the inside line going into turn 3 and made a clean pass. P2 clipped the board and I was able to hold off a hard charging P3 to finish in the 2nd spot.

All in all a great start with my IF11. Can Am motor should even the field but will expose my pan car set up knowledge. Looking forward to the season.
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Old 11-12-2018, 11:38 AM
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Nice report. Is the front tire being cut by the wing. It has a deep groove in it?
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pressure, what tires are the fast guys using at your track?
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I guess all the fast F1 cars have a rear spool nowadays......Good run Coach.....See you soon....
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It does look good, especially with the body off.
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My 1st race day this weekend at 418raceway in Quebec city

amazing car out of the box !
I upgraded the side link with R6 side link longer than stock and a xray geardiff with 80k
car is very fast and have alot of corner speed

I run Gravity spec tire on crc black carpet
6 deg caster
2 deg camber
short wheel base
stock front spring with 0.5mm droop
stock center spring with 1mm droop
stock side spring
400 cst center shock
50k in tube
ride height 4.4 - 4.4 - 4.2
associated R6 long side link
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Can someone please tell me the width of the motor mount piece? Reason i ask is i used to run vbc fxm and the motor mount was thin and easily bent .
Does the X-ray gear diff fit without any modification?
Finding it hard to decide between if11 or roche f1 eve
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pressure, what tires are the fast guys using at your track?
Looks like the “ring of death” on my front tire ... maybe something to do with my poor glue job I’m going with the wider arms hope it evens out.


CRC is the tire if choice because it was the required tire at the NYGP race.
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Still waiting for its first run.
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Modified Xray servo saver to remove big slop!



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how will the car handle using longer side links?
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