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TC4 SETUP FOR AN INDOOR ASPHALT TRACK?

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Old 09-30-2006, 02:13 PM
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Default TC4 SETUP FOR AN INDOOR ASPHALT TRACK?

I have a factory team TC4 and am in need of a good starting setup for an indoor asphalt track. The track is about the size of a tennis court and has moderately tight turns. I don't know if the base setup on my TC4 is any good or not.
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Old 09-30-2006, 02:48 PM
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40w shock oil, 3 hole pistons, blue springs front/rear

5mm ride height, 2 degree rear toe, 0 degree front toe, remove the chassis stand offs
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go to www.rc10.com and try the bob stellflue/kurt wenger socal raceway setup.
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Where in MD are you racing ?

I'm looking to race soon.
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I live in Bethesda, Maryland right outside of D.C. I race at Hobbytown USA in Frederick for indoor asphalt, and I might start racing carpet at The Track in Gaithersburg. Thanks for all the posts.
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