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Old 01-20-2007, 11:05 AM   #1561
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You'll have your chance next Saturday, I plan on running stock ...so does Dal.
Geeeeeeze...You two pickin' on us little guys! Maybe I should leave my CO27 in so I can add that to the Racer's Excuse Database.

Gotta see your BL wiring layout on the 007. Can we see a pic? Pleeeeeeze.
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Old 01-20-2007, 02:20 PM   #1562
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Geeeeeeze...You two pickin' on us little guys! Maybe I should leave my CO27 in so I can add that to the Racer's Excuse Database.

Gotta see your BL wiring layout on the 007. Can we see a pic? Pleeeeeeze.
hehe ...LOL ....well it'll be her "virgin run", so I probably should take'r easy on her first run (it won't hurt, I promise).

wiring ...Still working on it ....have to let the shoe goo "set" before moving on to the next steps :-) ...I'll shoot some pics when it's done though.
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They both 'cheat' with BLs.
It's only cheating if it's against the rules
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Old 01-20-2007, 03:07 PM   #1564
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OK! So here is teh deal!

Bot my 007 last week, I am running a slight different setup then Travis Shrevens Stock Setup. When i was building the kit, I have 1.5mm inner shims on the suspension holders all around. I put another shim in the back to add more toe in.

Well the hubs are already 1* of toe-in, and i added a 1.5mm shim in teh back to give it 2.5* toe in. well im looking at the setup sheet more closely now and it says..

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1.5 2*
1.15 1.5*
.75 1*

So if i added a 1.5 shim, im actually running 3* of rear toe in!? the kit didnt come with any other shims i believe? or did it?
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Old 01-20-2007, 03:10 PM   #1565
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I am officialy dum, found my answer, right under my nose!! Didnt pay attention to the other color coded shims that came with the kit, well my car worked good with 3* toe in in teh rear! lol
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Old 01-20-2007, 05:18 PM   #1566
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Geeeeeeze...You two pickin' on us little guys! Maybe I should leave my CO27 in so I can add that to the Racer's Excuse Database.

Gotta see your BL wiring layout on the 007. Can we see a pic? Pleeeeeeze.
Here's pics of the wiring
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Old 01-20-2007, 05:29 PM   #1567
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Here's pics of the wiring
What took you soooooooooooooo loooooooooooooong?

Thanks.
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Old 01-20-2007, 05:33 PM   #1568
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What took you soooooooooooooo loooooooooooooong?

Thanks.
Good things take time
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Old 01-20-2007, 06:17 PM   #1569
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"Really!, who sharpies their pack voltage numbers anymore. really!?"

lol

I took those 6 battery guide/holders off, much easier to get the pack in and then under the topdeck/bulk head!




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I did the same thing except I left the inner holders to keep the battery from being pushed in in case of a side impact.

Harshguy's secret shame is the medeocre voltage of his batteries! SHAME!!!!!!
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I did the same thing except I left the inner holders to keep the battery from being pushed in in case of a side impact.

Harshguy's secret shame is the medeocre voltage of his batteries! SHAME!!!!!!
You know I though about that as I had to use a 10th scale crow bar to get that pack in

LOL ...yep that's me Mr. Mediocraty

BSchor ..nice wiring job ..I had a helluva time trying to make all that brushles stuff fit in there, I swear that speed control is bigger than most states!! ...would have been a much easier job if I was wiring brushed with my KO VFS1's.
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Harsh have you learned nothing!!! SHRINK WRAP is your friend!!

I'm taking your Shoe-goo away from you..


NO MORE SHOE-GOO FOR YOU...
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Old 01-20-2007, 10:10 PM   #1573
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Cant wait to get that 9550 servo and then shorten them dam wires!
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Old 01-20-2007, 11:29 PM   #1574
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Harsh have you learned nothing!!! SHRINK WRAP is your friend!!

I'm taking your Shoe-goo away from you..


NO MORE SHOE-GOO FOR YOU...
I had to shoe go the shrink wrap into place though!!
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Old 01-20-2007, 11:31 PM   #1575
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Cant wait to get that 9550 servo and then shorten them dam wires!
Oh yea then there's that, wires, wires, wires everywhere with this BL stuff ....I'll probably shorten the wire going into the recvr ...once I run the car and see if she's gonna stick around or not.
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