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Old 04-27-2009, 02:55 PM   #1096
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hey paul how's the fishing been since clevland
. LOL, I have enjoyed several delicious bass.

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i have a 009 us with a 104 spur and trinity brushless motor is it possible to get the rollout that one would run with a 17.5, or do i need a smaller spur. i saw ea running a 100 tooth spur on his 09 nats setup sheet. foam tire
Hi Rosko, I have never tried it with a 104, I think it would be really close but I would use a 98 to be safe. Maybe someone could help us that has tried bigger than 100 ? Sorry.
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Hi Rosko, I have never tried it with a 104, I think it would be really close but I would use a 98 to be safe. Maybe someone could help us that has tried bigger than 100 ? Sorry.
I think the biggest you can go is 102 on the spur. I ran 17.5 in an 008 rubber and used a 102 spur with pinions ranging from 39-4?
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[QUOTE=Paul L;5738864]. LOL, I have enjoyed several delicious bass.

i bet you have landed your share of amf's as well
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I met you in Jonesboro ARK at the X-Ray challenge. I just wanted to
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I think the biggest you can go is 102 on the spur. I ran 17.5 in an 008 rubber and used a 102 spur with pinions ranging from 39-4?
sounds good, Thanks for the help.

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. LOL, I have enjoyed several delicious bass.

i bet you have landed your share of amf's as well
nobody knows what that is around here, but i will look it up if i ever go to a bar again.

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Best of racing to ya, Ron

Hi Ron, Thanks for the good feedback. it was a great race, I had a lot of fun.
hopefully ill see ya at a nother event or possibly that one again. let me know if you need any help. Thanks, paul
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Hey Paul,

So you liked that AMF I handed you? I think Drew liked it as well... They are very tasty indeed!

Print this out and keep it with you at all times,

1/2 oz vodka
1/2 oz rum
1/2 oz 1800® Tequila
1/2 oz gin
1/2 oz Blue Curacao liqueur
2 oz sweet and sour mix
2 oz 7-Up® soda

Pour all ingredients except the 7-Up into a chilled glass filled with ice cubes. Top with 7-Up and stir gently.
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Paul,

For the original T2 on rubber tires, do you recommend the new shorter black springs or something like a yellow/white spring setup?

Thanks
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paul on your foam touring set ups i notice your rear shock angle is usually all the way in on the tower. please explain the reason that you run the rear all way in vs. stood up one hole.


also the rear camber link shims on the rear hub going from say 4.5mm to 5mm would be for more grip right.
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Hey Paul,

So you liked that AMF I handed you? I think Drew liked it as well... They are very tasty indeed!

Print this out and keep it with you at all times,

1/2 oz vodka
1/2 oz rum
1/2 oz 1800® Tequila
1/2 oz gin
1/2 oz Blue Curacao liqueur
2 oz sweet and sour mix
2 oz 7-Up® soda

Pour all ingredients except the 7-Up into a chilled glass filled with ice cubes. Top with 7-Up and stir gently.
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For the original T2 on rubber tires, do you recommend the new shorter black springs or something like a yellow/white spring setup?

Thanks
the white and yellow springs have always been good springs to use. i would try running both but i would be suprised if the new springs are much better if any.

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paul on your foam touring set ups i notice your rear shock angle is usually all the way in on the tower. please explain the reason that you run the rear all way in vs. stood up one hole.


also the rear camber link shims on the rear hub going from say 4.5mm to 5mm would be for more grip right.
Hi, some of my set ups have the rear shocks being up one hole, lately i have been running them all the way layed in. i just felt like i wanted the rear to be a little softer and roll a bit more. it seems like as the cars got faster i started laying in the rear shocks more. for me the car seems to push more with 5mms under the rear link than with 4 or even 3.

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I have a setup question. what are some things you could try to get rid of a hook. I go around the corner and when I get on the gas the car just wants to spin the way I was just turned. It is not really loose. It just wants to keep going in a circle and not straighten up. This is on asphalt.
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is it possible to find a good set up for the t2 009 carpet version, to run on med to low traction asphalt ? thanks
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I have a setup question. what are some things you could try to get rid of a hook. I go around the corner and when I get on the gas the car just wants to spin the way I was just turned. It is not really loose. It just wants to keep going in a circle and not straighten up. This is on asphalt.
Hi, How much rear toe are u running?, make sure that you have 3degs. you can try standing up your rear shocks and see if that helps also. a nother thing that should help is using the long position for the rear suspension arms, all shimms in front of the rear arm. try that stuff and see if it has any success. Thanks

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is it possible to find a good set up for the t2 009 carpet version, to run on med to low traction asphalt ? thanks
I would download a asphalt set up for the 09 rubber car and copy it to your carpet car, get a spool of course. it should work nice. I dont have any set-ups that i think are great for asphalt, look at a few from Teemu or Elliot and see what you think you might like. Thanks
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Paul L- After being contacted by Birch I will stay in 13.5 and won't switch to mod to give you a run for your money at next week's Reedy race See ya next week bro. Travel safe and tell my boy Drew I said what's up
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Hey Paul,

So you liked that AMF I handed you? I think Drew liked it as well... They are very tasty indeed!

Print this out and keep it with you at all times,

1/2 oz vodka
1/2 oz rum
1/2 oz 1800® Tequila
1/2 oz gin
1/2 oz Blue Curacao liqueur
2 oz sweet and sour mix
2 oz 7-Up® soda

Pour all ingredients except the 7-Up into a chilled glass filled with ice cubes. Top with 7-Up and stir gently.

double the amounts and really have some fun
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Paul L- After being contacted by Birch I will stay in 13.5 and won't switch to mod to give you a run for your money at next week's Reedy race See ya next week bro. Travel safe and tell my boy Drew I said what's up
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will do C, lol see ya in a couple of days!
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