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Old 05-12-2006, 05:10 AM   #15181
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Try to look at www.yokomousa.com , then try click "set-up" subtab. There are set-up sheets used my M.Hirosaka at the Yatabe Arena using his SSG. There are some oether set-ups, too.

I've got those SSG setups saved on my PC. Unfortunately, they only have one basic setup for the Rayspeed chassis. I was hoping to find some more Rayspeed setups for carpet but I guess I'll just use the basic setup and go from there.
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Old 05-14-2006, 11:30 AM   #15182
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well i gave it a try this weekend it was pretty good it could have been alittle faster but i wasnt getting motored
i need more on power steering i have a ton off power steering
i think im going to like this car i just need some set-up time i need more pop out of the corners too
any advise would be welcome
runnig 19t quad mag geared 100-37 rubber tires about 100 to 110 strait pretty
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Old 05-14-2006, 11:42 AM   #15183
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well i gave it a try this weekend it was pretty good it could have been alittle faster but i wasnt getting motored
i need more on power steering i have a ton off power steering
i think im going to like this car i just need some set-up time i need more pop out of the corners too
any advise would be welcome
runnig 19t quad mag geared 100-37 rubber tires about 100 to 110 strait pretty
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Try a little anti-squat in the rear of the car... it will give you a little more on-power steering.
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Old 05-14-2006, 07:02 PM   #15184
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Pops do you or Alex have a good set up for speedworld for either the BD or LCG SD..I am selling all my other TC's(8 or 9.. )and I am just running my Yokomo's now.
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Mike,

Go to CML website and try chris graigner setup., Works good for me.
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Old 05-14-2006, 08:40 PM   #15186
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What website / link is that?
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Old 05-14-2006, 08:45 PM   #15187
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http://www.cmldistribution.co.uk/tea....php?menu=TEAM

Setups page on CML website. Select the car from the dropdown and click Go.
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Old 05-14-2006, 10:51 PM   #15188
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Pops do you or Alex have a good set up for speedworld for either the BD or LCG SD..I am selling all my other TC's(8 or 9.. )and I am just running my Yokomo's now.
E-mail me at [email protected] and I will e-mail you a set-up.
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Old 05-17-2006, 04:13 AM   #15189
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Smile REAR HUB CARRIER/KNUCKLE

This may have been explained somewhere else in this thread, however I haven't seen it. Is there an obvious identifying mark on the rear hub carrier/knuckle to distinguish between 0 degree, 0.5 degree and 1 degree. I am not talking about the alloy ones but the graphite ones.
I can't see any on the ones I have on hand, so I think they are all 0 degrees. Any help is appreciated.

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Old 05-17-2006, 07:41 AM   #15190
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The 0.5 & 1 deg rear hubs have, of course a 0.5 or 1 mark on them, plus R or L, very easy to see. The 0deg hub has no marking.
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The 0.5 & 1 deg rear hubs have, of course a 0.5 or 1 mark on them, plus R or L, very easy to see. The 0deg hub has no marking.
Also the .5 and 1 degree hubs have rounded ball stud mounts.
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Thanks POPS and CAVEMAN. I will have to order a set of both, as I only have three sets of 0 degree, in my spares.

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what are the best tricks to rebuilding the diff
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If you're running stock you can use only 6 diff balls rather than the full 12. I've been using Ceramic diff balls in my diffs for ages, the same diff balls for over 12 months now. They come in a pack of 6 and are great I think you probably wear the diff rings quicker with Ceramics, but they're cheap anyway
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If you're running stock you can use only 6 diff balls rather than the full 12. I've been using Ceramic diff balls in my diffs for ages, the same diff balls for over 12 months now. They come in a pack of 6 and are great I think you probably wear the diff rings quicker with Ceramics, but they're cheap anyway
6 Huh? I never new that! I've never seen that mentioned anywhere.Is that for reduced drag in the drivetrain? No wonder your car flies James!
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