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Old 03-27-2007, 02:27 PM   #946
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Has anyone had problems with the IRS or even the stock ride height adjusters being extremely loose in the right rear bulkhead?
you can do the side cutter thing but i just put some CA around the spot where the ride hight adjuster go's.
and iv never had to do it again
oh let the CA dry totally before you put the RHA's in.
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Old 03-27-2007, 09:38 PM   #947
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thanks guys,

I did the side cutter method and it worked fine.

I ran the Gen-X for the first time tonight and the car was very good. I ran my 3.2R all last year and all this year right through the Carpet Nats. I just didn't want to change because I had the old car working so well. Well, I wish I would have made the change earlier... the new car just felt more stable, with great corner speed without any threat of traction rolling.
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Old 04-02-2007, 04:18 PM   #948
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did the big race a fastcats.
and just like i said i always do crap but had fun.
and the car was just amazing
to bad i wasent
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Broke my first arm Sunday. But it was my fault. I was to close to the boards and the damn thing sucked me in. . Lucky for me I had spares.
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Old 04-08-2007, 11:42 AM   #950
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lol i broke my 1st shock on sat
after all these years
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Old 04-14-2007, 05:26 AM   #951
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Im looking at getting the crc gen X. Now i want to know what spares i will need for it. I already want to get the new left pod for the motor anything else that i will need?
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Old 04-14-2007, 10:24 AM   #952
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Im looking at getting the crc gen X. Now i want to know what spares i will need for it. I already want to get the new left pod for the motor anything else that i will need?
front arms just in case
crc high roller tires
copper spring for the shock
slapmaster trust bearing
slapmaster foam bumper
ceramic bearings if you like

and do the things we have said here about the front end
build it good and it will do you good.
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I second wally's input.
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front arms just in case
crc high roller tires
Must be made by the same contractor for the losi type r arms. lol. Still getting the Gen-X though.
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Im looking at getting the crc gen X. Now i want to know what spares i will need for it. I already want to get the new left pod for the motor anything else that i will need?
What surface are you planning to race on? This may change the recomendations.
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Old 04-14-2007, 06:38 PM   #956
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its for carpet racing and at this stage ill be putting a nosram evolutuion 2006 with a 6.5 in it.
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also what comes in the kit? Like tires ??? Doesnt matter if there isnt. Got heaps at home.
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My kit came with Purple fronts and Gray rears. I have switched to the Parma large diameter tires. I like them better and get quicker lap times. The car is also easier to drive.

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also what comes in the kit? Like tires ??? Doesnt matter if there isnt. Got heaps at home.
yes it comes with purple gray

the parma and jaco 2 stage others have tried with good results
but i realy like the crc tires
try what you will and see what you like.
and i think your running mod if so try the shock spring red or blue
and see what you like.
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My kit came with Purple fronts and Gray rears. I have switched to the Parma large diameter tires. I like them better and get quicker lap times. The car is also easier to drive.

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what parma's are you running
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