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Old 08-21-2003, 06:25 PM   #1
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This really should be in the TC3 thread, you don't need a seperate thread.
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No need to flip out now, I think all fatdoggy was trying to say is that you should ask your question in the tc3 thread. I don't think he was trying to tell you to just look through all the posts in the tc3 thread. You would probably get faster answers asking your question in the tc3 forum, instead of creating a seperate thread. Just my .02
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Well that setup you have there is a good one for rubber tires, but quite a bit off for foam.

First off, try running Plaid (or Purple/Orange as Jaco calls them) in the front, it'll make the car easier to drive.

Try 70 wt oil front, 60 rear
yellow front springs/ copper rear

outer holes on arms
outer hole front shock tower for shock, middle rear
Fr and Rr camber links upper inner
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F-0 block in front
R-0+2 block in back (0 kick, 2 degrees toe)
4 mm ride height
Droop 6 front, 4 rear
Dual Diffs, Try a spool (locked diff) if it's a wide-open layout.
Try battery in back first, too.
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racerdx6 - Thanks, that's exactly what I ment.

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I did post in the tc3 thread. I wasn't flipping out. And in my last tc3 question tread people actually answered my questions.
Yer you posted it in the TC3 forum 29 mins after creating a new thread. This is a public forum, you have to wait for someone to log on that knows the answer and is willing to spend there time helping you out. If you get pissy with people they won't be inclinded to help you even if they know the answer to your question.
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[ I'm 15 and have no job so I can't buy anything too expensive, [/B]
This statement answers everyrthing guys.For someone who wants help you sure going about it the wrong way.Also if someone makes a suggestion and you say this is what the other guys at your track are running,why dont you ask them for help.Could it be your a punk and they don't want to help you either?
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This statement answers everything guys. For someone who wants help you sure going about it the wrong way. Also if someone makes a suggestion and you say this is what the other guys at your track are running, why dont you ask them for help. Could it be your a punk and they don't want to help you either?
I think it could be.
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You obviosly don't know the answer, so why don't you go wine to someone else.
Geez your such a nice fellow.

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ajg,

I didn't see that you're running on asphalt...oops. Well run everything i posted in that setup, just try copper/red springs...not so stiff. Believe me it'll help. Springs are only a few bucks.
Hey I'm 16, I know the feeling...there are ways of getting money...
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