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Old 08-26-2003, 02:22 PM   #1
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I was wondering if hudy setup boards can be used to set up the TB Evo3???

Are they generic to use with any make of cars?

What are people experience with hudy?
Wheres the best place to buy one?

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The hudy setup board is just a flat board. You are talking about the hudy setup system. Hudy makes differant versions of the system to accomodate differant scales and classes, if you are getting the one for the 1/10th scale touring cars, it will work on all the 1/10th cars out there but the axle holes are drilled for metric axles so you will have to bore out the hole so it will fit american sized axles if your car is standard/american.

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Yup.. I meant the hudy setup system.

I have a tamyia so I guess I will not have to bore out any holes?

What setup boards do you guys use?
Best place to buy them i.e websites address???
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Yes the tamiya axles will be okay. As far as setup boards I use the hudy setup board without vinyl grid sheet.
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I recommend the ultimate setup system, should work on any 1/10 sedan with metric axles. It will include everything you'll need to make your car dialed
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I love all my hudy tools, tire truer, comm lathe, etc.....but....go with the integy setup system!!! It is much easier to read because it is blue/purple aluminum with white lines painted. I know of 3 people that traded their hudy's in for the integy because they could read them better!!!
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I haven't checked out the integy setup yet. I was pretty sold on the Hudy system because of a friend. Either way, it sure will be nice to get the car dialed in!
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