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Old 08-24-2007, 06:53 PM   #3256
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what tamiya springs are you using mate? colours?

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yellow in front and red at the rear.
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Old 08-24-2007, 09:50 PM   #3257
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thanks, the manual says to use parts number XXXX for example but i have no idea which ones are which part numbers.....
Paul is right, the shorter ones go with the T2 the longer ones are for T1
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Old 08-24-2007, 10:36 PM   #3258
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thanks guys, also will a RW brand spur gear fit the T2 (screw holes)

i had a kawada but it would not fit.....
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Old 08-25-2007, 08:12 AM   #3259
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I'm not sure about an RW but I do know that a Kimbrough will fit no problem on a T2
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Old 08-25-2007, 10:53 AM   #3260
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thanks guys, also will a RW brand spur gear fit the T2 (screw holes)

i had a kawada but it would not fit.....
Look for the RW that has 6 big holes that would fit...but I would suggest you to get the Xray spur gears though.



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+1 for RW spurs. IMHO, the Xray spurs are too soft, they strip teeth too easily. I went through quite a few of them until I made the switch to RW.
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If you have a choice try out PRS gears. The gears are 100% machined and perfectly round. Since trying them out, I've used nothing else. Man, this sounds like a commercial.
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Hey guys what would be a good starting point as far as pinion size with a 8x1 modified Orion revolution motor using rubber tires and a 116 spur on an open asphault layout?

Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks..
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HRCRACER123 try starting out with a 23 or 24 pinion.
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Old 08-26-2007, 10:34 PM   #3265
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Hey guys, just wondering what Steering Arc in Deg on the set up stations the guru guys are using. I think we may be running to much,(26 Deg) and I think this is scrubbing corner speed. I`ve tried lowering it but then find the car understeers on fast sweepers! Any thoughts would be appreciated, thanks.
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warpspeed: this may be dumb but here is how i do it, i increase my steering epa to the right untill i here the servo getting stressed from hitting the caster block, then i click it back one click at a time untill i dont hear the noise, then repeat with the left. I always like full throw
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warpspeed: this may be dumb but here is how i do it, i increase my steering epa to the right untill i here the servo getting stressed from hitting the caster block, then i click it back one click at a time untill i dont hear the noise, then repeat with the left. I always like full throw

yup, if you think its too much dont turn the wheels all the way
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thanks guys, also will a RW brand spur gear fit the T2 (screw holes)

i had a kawada but it would not fit.....
Go to the Hobby Shop in Moss St (Rick from Beaudesert ) he has the RW spurs that fit the T2.
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I have some binding issues with my T2. It seems like the rear pivot balls on the shocks ends top and bottom aren't free like my front shocks. How could i solve this problem?
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