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Old 10-10-2006, 04:41 PM   #16
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Josh, Are you going to be releasing a different rear cross bar , I noticed that in pics from Vegas you had a mount going from the cross bar to the screw directly up from the rear tbar pivot? Also noticed front shock location to the front pivot, is that something you are testing? Also can you post your setup from VEGAS going to run the new version car this week and want to know where to start.

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Old 11-08-2006, 09:19 PM   #18
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Josh, How about those new T-Bars and front braces any release date on those yet!!!! Also Congrats on getting the Nats!!!
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Old 11-09-2006, 09:17 AM   #19
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I tried the new chassis this past weekend on a different track this track was much bigger than the first test so i went with a 19t with the med chassis and the old school frontend and the car push in every corner i tried everything and nothing work, this weekend i will try the newer frontend and see what happen what i notice when i took a good look at the car my frontend was wider than the rear and that might be the cause but i will try the new frontend tho and hope this will make a difference.
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The "oldskool" front end also changes the wheelbase.

If you want to keep running the old front end, try moving the servo forewards by the same amount as the wheelbase change. Don't remember how much it was.
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hey josh:belated congrats on your new race facility location.just want to know are you still using peak-smc power for electric and what bodies for oval?thanks
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Do the CEFX T-bars fit on the 12L4?

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Old 11-09-2006, 02:19 PM   #23
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Do the CEFX T-bars fit on the 12L4?

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No. The spacing of the pivots is different. 12L T-bars do fit the CEFX chassis, and this is what Josh ran at the Worlds. The CEFX drivers in the UK also use 12L T-bars. HTH
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could you post a pic of the new C12 that went on sale today?
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