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Old 12-27-2008, 03:36 PM   #556
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Is there a way to mount Jaco wheels on the SP12X?
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You have to use the 12x US wheel adapters and they will fit.
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Old 12-27-2008, 03:56 PM   #558
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You have to use the 12x US wheel adapters and they will fit.

Because of the offset of the jaco wheels, the wheel will clash with the spur gear. And the rear will be too narrow.
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Old 12-27-2008, 04:29 PM   #559
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Because of the offset of the jaco wheels, the wheel will clash with the spur gear. And the rear will be too narrow.
you need to use Fibrelyte wheel spacers you can get them from www.actionmodelcentre.com in the uk
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Old 12-28-2008, 03:51 AM   #561
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you need to use Fibrelyte wheel spacers you can get them from www.actionmodelcentre.com in the uk
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Old 12-28-2008, 01:22 PM   #562
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92 spur gear is fine, and doesn't rub. 94 is ok if you remove a little from the wheel. I then shim the axle to get the correct width.
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This is the setup I've been using. Smooth med. to high traction.

Front:
springs 20 or 18 (start the day on 18's and change to 20's by the 3rd round)
split caster
10 deg blocks
crc extra heavy lub on king pins
1.5 camber
4 mm ride height
servo flat
Double pink tires

Rear:
1.6 T-bar
30 wt shock oil
green spring
1.5 droop
crc heavy lub on side dampers (white cap)
4mm ride height
Double Pink rears

This is a stock motor setup and works well. I will be testing more next week. Hope this helps.
Hey Cooper is this the set up you were using at Nexus? what size track & traction level would you consider Nexus?
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Old 01-01-2009, 09:39 AM   #564
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Hey Cooper is this the set up you were using at Nexus? what size track & traction level would you consider Nexus?
No, That is my outdoor setup.
I would consider Nexus a medium bite small track.
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Here is a good setup for nexus:

Front:
springs 20
split caster
10 deg blocks
crc extra heavy lub on king pins
1.5 camber
3.5 mm ride height
servo flat
black tires

Rear:
2.0 T-bar
30 wt shock oil
green spring
1.5 droop
crc heavy lub on side dampers (white cap)
3.5mm ride height
yellow tires
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Does the WC Edition chassis have the holes drilled for servo mounting with the Associated front? Is the only advantage of the WC kit over the U.S. Spec kit the Assoc. front, or is there another reason to buy it? Is Corally working on any 1/12 stuff?
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can someone give me a starting point on gearing for 17.5 brushless for my corally sp12x us ed. spur and pinion?? have to use the corally long pinions which i have 29 thru 35
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You don't need to use the corally long pinions any pinion will work. Anyway the best start is to get your gear ratio aroung 2.0 and ajust from there. I am running a 87/40 whauch puts me around a 2.175.
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how do you not use the long pinion? my reg pinions barley tighten onto the shaft of the motor and hang more than halfway off the spur?
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how do you not use the long pinion? my reg pinions barley tighten onto the shaft of the motor and hang more than halfway off the spur?

I have been useing short pinions since I switched over to Brushless and I have have never had a problem. My pinion and spur are centered. want rear axle are you useing US or EURO with the EURO the short ones work fine. If you are useing the Us how do you have your axle spaced out. Make sure you don't have spacers behind the spur side that would cause a problem.
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