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Old 05-09-2008, 10:01 PM   #1336
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Brian
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and who ever else made the mains at the Nats could you please take a minute and post your set-ups?

This is a big help to us slow guys.
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Old 05-09-2008, 10:12 PM   #1337
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Brian
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Max
Chuck
Terry
and who ever else made the mains at the Nats could you please take a minute and post your set-ups?

This is a big help to us slow guys.
I am on it.... sorry guys, Gen-X 10 is keeping us busy. Should be up soon.
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Old 05-10-2008, 04:42 AM   #1338
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Was reading that team CRC in Japan came out with a modified chassis for asphalt racing. Anyone in the states get it? Looking for a review of it.
Some googled links to get information about the J-Spec:
http://www.teamcrc.com/crc/modules.p...ewtopic&p=8862
http://www.petitrc.com/_forumphp//sh...ad.php?t=33151
http://www.petitrc.com/reglages/crc/...ec/Article.htm
http://www.kimihiko-yano.net/weblog/...es/004265.html
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Old 05-13-2008, 06:05 AM   #1339
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Genx-10 shipment sold out on stormer already! that was quick

Good thing i get in there while stock was available

these things are hotter than hot cakes
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best thing IMO is how easy it was to build. it basically fell together!
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Old 05-13-2008, 05:26 PM   #1341
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Brian
Mark
Max
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Terry
and who ever else made the mains at the Nats could you please take a minute and post your set-ups?

This is a big help to us slow guys.

Hello guys

here is the first setup. This is the ROAR Nats winning Stock setup from Brian Wynn. It is posted in the Tech section at teamcrc.com, view it direct with this link:
http://www.teamcrc.com/crc/downloads...Wnatssetup.pdf
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here is the first setup. This is the ROAR Nats winning Stock setup from Brian Wynn. It is posted in the Tech section at teamcrc.com, view it direct with this link:
http://www.teamcrc.com/crc/downloads...Wnatssetup.pdf
I noticed this setup does not use the Long Ball Front Arm setup, correct?
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Old 05-17-2008, 08:59 AM   #1343
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That is correct. I did not use the long ball setup.
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Old 05-31-2008, 10:14 PM   #1344
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..Could any of you guys post an asphalt setup for 19t? I can only find carpet setups on the CRC website.

Muchos Gracias.

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..Could any of you guys post an asphalt setup for 19t? I can only find carpet setups on the CRC website.

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Front:

5 blocks
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4mm ride height
170mm front width
crc magenta tires/ paragon on 1/4" of inside of tire
#4 wind tunnel lube on king pin/ .50mm front spring
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Front:

5 blocks
1 shim front/ 2 back
4mm ride height
170mm front width
crc magenta tires/ paragon on 1/4" of inside of tire
#4 wind tunnel lube on king pin/ .50mm front spring
-1 toe out
-1 camber

Rear:

shock 30 wt oil w/ silver spring
white side spring
4mm ride height/ front and rear of pod
crc pink tires
172mm rear width
#4 wind tunnel lube in tubes
tall crc red ball stud on top of shock
tall crc red ball stud w/ 1mm shim, lower mount for shock
Paragon traction compound/ full/ put on for 30 minutes/ apply twice during this time.
Thanks Steve!
Are you using CRC Pro-Cuts?
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Are you using CRC Pro-Cuts?
Yes.
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I am new to 1/12 and just got the carpet knife and have 2 questions:

1) it looks like I need to remove the shock everytime I change battery, is this the case for by design? Seems odd since I am worried about the wear on the cup.

2) how do you layout the electronics. I am running brushless and am not sure the best way to organize the wires etc.

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I am new to 1/12 and just got the carpet knife and have 2 questions:

1) it looks like I need to remove the shock everytime I change battery, is this the case for by design? Seems odd since I am worried about the wear on the cup.

2) how do you layout the electronics. I am running brushless and am not sure the best way to organize the wires etc.

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Yes, you have to pop the shock off on one end to install the batteries. If the ball cup eventually gets loose just replace it.
Here is one way to wire the car:

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