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Old 11-03-2022, 11:39 PM
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So what kind of wights are you running by your shorty?
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Old 11-07-2022, 07:55 AM
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Does this car have an adjustable caster in the rear.
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Originally Posted by topfuelhobbies View Post
Does this car have an adjustable caster in the rear.
yes, you can either use the front arms in the rear and it will give you about 4 degrees caster or use the Schumacher uppers and adjusted that way, the rear caster main benefit is to adjust the wheelbase

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so Marcos.J how did she do in mod?
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Yes, I agree we are running on high-bite black carpet and feel like this car could be a real force we have a team ready to go to help on the setups when we start getting kits, we are supposed to be handling distribution in the northeast with parts support and kits.

We are also waiting on an aluminum Flex Chassis for the carpet and are planning on attending the Us Indoor Champs with the car.

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Originally Posted by Lonestar View Post
so Marcos.J how did she do in mod?
ran very well with a 5.0T , just had a horrible start in the main lol. but nothing broken nothing tweaked. We lost practice time due to rain showers in the morning so didnt have alot of time for set up changes. Racing again this weekend hoping for better weather.
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Old 11-07-2022, 10:31 AM
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Do you have play in your rear diff? I saw a video that showed a lot
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Do you have play in your rear diff? I saw a video that showed a lot
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I added 40grams on the battery side and is at 1322 with a regular weight body
you with this brand now?
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you with this brand now?
yes for now
The kit is pretty good just doesn’t have the 5 seasons of Netflix videos showing you how to change a top deck and rotate wheel nuts
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Originally Posted by topfuelhobbies View Post
Yes, I agree we are running on high-bite black carpet and feel like this car could be a real force we have a team ready to go to help on the setups when we start getting kits, we are supposed to be handling distribution in the northeast with parts support and kits.

We are also waiting on an aluminum Flex Chassis for the carpet and are planning on attending the Us Indoor Champs with the car.
RaceVTA sells and stocks the cero ,and also KrazedBuilds is working on a chassis at the moment
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Do you have a number or email for them? Also, Race Inc will be carrying and selling all the cero cars and parts in the Us. They will also have a full race team to help develop steups for all racing services.

How many different caster settings do you have with the molded front arms?
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Originally Posted by topfuelhobbies View Post
Do you have a number or email for them? Also, Race Inc will be carrying and selling all the cero cars and parts in the Us. They will also have a full race team to help develop steups for all racing services.

How many different caster settings do you have with the molded front arms?
https://racevta.com/store/
i think the front arms in the rear gives you plus or minus 4 degrees.
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Just a point I noticed this week. I have one day of racing on the car and was on the bench making some changes. I had the rear belt off and was spinning the rear diff. It wasn't spinning freely but hanging in one spot. In checking I found that the flanges (belt guide) were just touching the sides of the cutout in the chassis. I was running the low diff and that actually has the flanges down in a cutout and the rear is just wide enough for them. A little bit off in my case and they just would kiss on one side. Just a little bit of time with the Dremel and good to go.
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