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Old 12-03-2008, 12:49 PM
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I don't think I've ever seen a club race tech for wing height though.

You've never been to colorado to race have you.
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Old 12-03-2008, 01:15 PM
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You've never been to colorado to race have you.
I think I might of driven through colorado once, that was enough for me
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Old 12-05-2008, 12:34 PM
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I lost the tags that go on the springs for the spring rate, is there a way to measure the springs to determine the rate?
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Old 12-05-2008, 12:45 PM
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here is the size of the springs i got this info from
http://team-spoon.bravehost.com/
The spring wire size chart
to tell them apart without the little stickers:
10.5lb .045"
12.5lb .047"
15lb .052"
17.5lb .054"
20lb .056"
25lb .060"
30lb .063"
35lb .066"
42.5lb .071"
50lb .072"
60lb .073"
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I lost all mine as well. I put together a quick chart for the springs to tell which is which.

It is at the track but I will post it tomorrow when I get home.

HEHE or you can read the post just above me.
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Does anyone have a good easy to drive TA setup for the Type R that they would be willing to share? Thanks Adam
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Old 12-05-2008, 03:08 PM
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Does anyone have a good easy to drive TA setup for the Type R that they would be willing to share? Thanks Adam
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Old 12-06-2008, 07:07 AM
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Just wanted to know if there is a Spool available for this car. If so what's the part number and how much? Thanks.
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Old 12-06-2008, 08:48 AM
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Just wanted to know if there is a Spool available for this car. If so what's the part number and how much? Thanks.
LOSA3329 42 tooth spool pully
LOSA3328 41 tooth spool pully

They should be around 10 bucks. You use all your diff parts except the pulley and diff balls tp make a spool.
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Hey spool users. Can i just convert my regular diff to a spool by taking out the diff balls (cleaning out the grease) and reassembling with just the diff rings -tightening the diff screw until it doesn't move. or do I really need the Losi pulley to make the spool?
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Originally Posted by Electro-MAX RC View Post
Hey spool users. Can i just convert my regular diff to a spool by taking out the diff balls (cleaning out the grease) and reassembling with just the diff rings -tightening the diff screw until it doesn't move. or do I really need the Losi pulley to make the spool?
I guess it would work.
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Hey spool users. Can i just convert my regular diff to a spool by taking out the diff balls (cleaning out the grease) and reassembling with just the diff rings -tightening the diff screw until it doesn't move. or do I really need the Losi pulley to make the spool?
I think that the threadless part of the screw is too long, and without the balls the pulley may wobble excessivly (i think there are tiny mold injection marks there, not sure though).
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Old 12-07-2008, 10:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Electro-MAX RC View Post
Hey spool users. Can i just convert my regular diff to a spool by taking out the diff balls (cleaning out the grease) and reassembling with just the diff rings -tightening the diff screw until it doesn't move. or do I really need the Losi pulley to make the spool?
Will work for about 3 minutes. Most likley you will over tighten the diff and break the threads. It will be a pain in the but, I tried it all last spring and getting the spool pulley was the best route.

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Originally Posted by Electro-MAX RC View Post
Hey spool users. Can i just convert my regular diff to a spool by taking out the diff balls (cleaning out the grease) and reassembling with just the diff rings -tightening the diff screw until it doesn't move. or do I really need the Losi pulley to make the spool?
I think they sell just the rubber pad.
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I think they sell just the rubber pad.
Not that I ever seen.
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