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Old 04-02-2008, 04:22 AM   #1
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Hi can someone tell me what is the correct setup for rubber tyres, ( in general) is it soft for rubber and hard for foam, or the other way around?
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Old 04-02-2008, 04:55 AM   #2
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Depends on surface, car. What car are you driving? There are seperate threads for these cars i.e. Yokomo BD, XRay T1, TRF416. They all use different setups for example asphalt.
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Depends on surface, car. What car are you driving? There are seperate threads for these cars i.e. Yokomo BD, XRay T1, TRF416. They all use different setups for example asphalt.
Thanks for replying, the car is a V ONE R ans V ONE S, one of the body shells is a EURO Honda I think. Similar to the Mazda 6.
The track would be ashpalt.
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you might want to go to kyosho's web site and use one of josh cyrul's setups. start their and u should be fine if your track has a lot of grip if not probably still start their but use a softer spring. but if not i would start with a medium spring something similiar to or just use the mugen light blue springs all way round. they are really good for medium or high bite tracks.
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Depends on surface, car. What car are you driving? There are seperate threads for these cars i.e. Yokomo BD, XRay T1, TRF416. They all use different setups for example asphalt.
also i would experiment to find out what best for you and what car you have
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