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Old 07-17-2008, 03:41 AM   #1096
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hey guys just got noticefication that the rs is sold out. should I hold on and wait or will the fs/cs with spool will work just as good on asphalt. I'm an aphalt guy. I might run rug like twice a year. need some insight.
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hey guys just got noticefication that the rs is sold out. should I hold on and wait or will the fs/cs with spool will work just as good on asphalt. I'm an aphalt guy. I might run rug like twice a year. need some insight.
Get the FS and a set of RS rear arms its a better car,more bbang for the buck
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What version would you recommend for carpet rubber? I will also run asphalt every once in a while but a majority of the time will be on carpet. I run a spool in my current setup.
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Old 07-17-2008, 04:21 PM   #1099
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Doug, I would like to try that tip. Do you have a part # for the rear arms? And what's the difference between the fS and RS rear arms? Thank you in advance.
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Are the small spacers, in front and rear of the "rear uprights", for change the wheelbase, in the normal E4 is not possible to move the arms.

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Sounds crazy to see this in first E4 setup sheet, since its not possible :S
I ended up my troubles with swingshafts, put some V-one RRR front universal joints on E4 (both front and rear), harder and harder, now rarely pins are worn out or broke ! pic it later.
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Doug, I would like to try that tip. Do you have a part # for the rear arms? And what's the difference between the fS and RS rear arms? Thank you in advance.
The differance in the arms is the shock mount height,I dont have the number for the arms but if you go to the Wolf hobbies web sight they are on there,And if you call wolf im sure he will help you in any way he can.Thanks Doug
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Old 07-20-2008, 09:46 PM   #1102
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Want to know if I can use Orion 30C lipo into E4? Does it fit?
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Had my first race at the Sth East QLD Interclub champs here in Australia this past weekend. Running the E4FS-C1 with a guessed set up for the track (Outdoor- Asphalt - Rubber) I found myself straight on the pace, with a couple of small changes the car improved greatly.

In a very high quality field I Qualified -4th and Finished - 3rd

I must say I am very impressed with this chassis and I am confident of some further good results. Very easy car to drive fast and I found no problems with the 3 belt design, in fact the car is probably one of the easiest I have had to work on.

A pleasure to drive-----fast
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Really a fast chassi, faster in turns than other available chassis in the market, as said, a pleasure to drive it !
the FS arms should be harder than others, like the whole car is !

I got an E4RS too, but still wondering where the hell is that R upright spacer meant on setup sheet !
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I was wondering about the R upright spacer too.

I think it is refering to spacers that you can place where the rear uprights mount to the end of the lower arms. F-R would be forward and rear of the upright on the arms.

Only a guess at this stage but maybe TM or Barry Baker can clear this one up.

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Hey guys!!!!

On the set up sheet its say R-Upright spacer...F___andR___......
Thats is the spacing between the arm and the upright as there is room to put spacers there...If you run all the spacers in the front of the arm it makes the car shorter and in the rear of the arm,longer....Middle is always a good place to start....I only change that if I feel I need a very small change...

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Doug, I would like to try that tip. Do you have a part # for the rear arms? And what's the difference between the fS and RS rear arms? Thank you in advance.
Give the guys at RCMH a call I am sure they will be able to help you out
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Old 07-25-2008, 10:58 AM   #1108
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okay got my e4 yesteday. wow. Just one ???? is the servo really held in with the servo take. I see two screw hole that look like there for a servo mount.

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okay got my e4 yesteday. wow. Just one ???? is the servo really held in with the servo take. I see two screw hole that look like there for a servo mount.

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there is a servo mount, but you can use almost any servo mount out there
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Old 07-25-2008, 11:14 AM   #1110
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thanks marcos

I was just reviewing your set up a couple pages back. I'm going to be running stock this weekend. what changes from the set up would you recommend.

Or anyone out there have a great starting set up for stock 27 turn(no brushless in this class at my club) the faster guys run pro 10 with 6 cell and 19 or 10.5
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