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Old 07-25-2008, 11:15 AM   #1111
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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
Ive ran that set up in both mod and stock (13.5) and it worked very well.
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Old 07-25-2008, 02:21 PM   #1112
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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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Old 07-25-2008, 03:40 PM   #1113
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If I would like to convert from TM driveshafts to Xray T1 driveshafts what part number do I need? How long the driveshaft is the correct one?
Do I need just driveshafts or driveshafts with coupling?
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Old 07-28-2008, 12:58 AM   #1114
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Hey guy's ran the E4-fs cs(the one with the spool) all I can say is the car handles great. the only thing I noticed is that the sterring on the dual crank is like to wander. I mean as i'm driving after I set it it goes off. by a couple degree. So far I have to say nice car, handle great and tons i mean tons of steering.( I had to place my end points down to 50% on my servo.

I know understand by the week cvd's. I got push by a back marker, and pushed me into a rope( we use fire hose fill with sand. and broke one. , well I grab some xray one I'll see if that works.

I also noticed that the intruction don't give much info. . All I can say this car cuts corners like a dream. our track today was a very slick. and dusty.

If any one has any poiters to help I would like to hear it. especially if your running the same car(model e4-fscs(spool version for ashpalt.
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Hey guy's ran the E4-fs cs(the one with the spool) all I can say is the car handles great. the only thing I noticed is that the sterring on the dual crank is like to wander. I mean as i'm driving after I set it it goes off. by a couple degree. So far I have to say nice car, handle great and tons i mean tons of steering.( I had to place my end points down to 50% on my servo.

I know understand by the week cvd's. I got push by a back marker, and pushed me into a rope( we use fire hose fill with sand. and broke one. , well I grab some xray one I'll see if that works.

I also noticed that the intruction don't give much info. . All I can say this car cuts corners like a dream. our track today was a very slick. and dusty.

If any one has any poiters to help I would like to hear it. especially if your running the same car(model e4-fscs(spool version for ashpalt.
Abbadu, can you let me know the part number of Xray's driveshaft? I want to convert from TM CVD to Xray CVD.
thank you
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Old 07-28-2008, 10:57 PM   #1116
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If I would like to convert from TM driveshafts to Xray T1 driveshafts what part number do I need? How long the driveshaft is the correct one?
Do I need just driveshafts or driveshafts with coupling?
305321 (51mm) all you need is the drive shaft
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Old 07-28-2008, 11:30 PM   #1117
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Hey Marcos when you ran your e4 did you use the single or double bell crank for steering. mine's seems to be not holding the adjustment. I'm not hitting boards hard. I mean the right side is still at -1 and the left is at -5 when I get off the track. any words or wisdom or hint on making this car better. I have my servo horn straight up and. I'm not using the E4 link as they gave the wrong pc I got the pc with the angle connector. and missing the ball end for the servo horn, I just took some parts of my 415.

one more question what the # rating on the silver spring that come with the kit. and what lenght should the shocks be at.

so far the car is smooth and runs great. Glad to be part of a growing team.

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Can anyone tell me the internal ratio of this car?

also can it fit standard spurs from rw & robinson racing or kawada?

thanks
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Paul, - Losi123.....

It depends which model your thinking of. If you are looking at the same one I have, which by the way I have a brand new kit available for sale, the ratio is 2.0588.


To give you an idea, I was running a 96 spur and 57 pinion to give me a rollout of 57mm, thats in 64 pitch.

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Can anyone tell me the internal ratio of this car?

also can it fit standard spurs from rw & robinson racing or kawada?

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Hi Paul,

I have the 'original' E4 and it has the same IR as Aarons (2.0588)

Yes it fits standard spurs (I run 48pitch) but the better quality ones will run quieter of course.


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305321 (51mm) all you need is the drive shaft

Will they need blades?
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Hey Marcos when you ran your e4 did you use the single or double bell crank for steering. mine's seems to be not holding the adjustment. I'm not hitting boards hard. I mean the right side is still at -1 and the left is at -5 when I get off the track. any words or wisdom or hint on making this car better. I have my servo horn straight up and. I'm not using the E4 link as they gave the wrong pc I got the pc with the angle connector. and missing the ball end for the servo horn, I just took some parts of my 415.

one more question what the # rating on the silver spring that come with the kit. and what lenght should the shocks be at.

so far the car is smooth and runs great. Glad to be part of a growing team.
i ran the double bell crank
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