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Old 09-18-2010, 04:29 PM   #2476
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Just sand them with 400 or 500 grit sandpaper until you can't see the black line anymore. Clean them with motor spray and re-build the diff.
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Old 09-19-2010, 12:16 AM   #2477
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Clean them with motor spray
In the heat of battle never forget this tip Otherwise you will end up like me with a very crunchy diff after a few runs
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Old 09-19-2010, 08:04 AM   #2478
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One last question (I think):
For wheelbearings, should I only use rubber-sealed bearings, or are metal-sealed bearings okay? I am only running on carpet.

The reason I ask, is that I have A LOT of cluth-bearings from my off-roader, and they fit in my Xray.
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Old 10-07-2010, 07:42 PM   #2479
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hi guys i have a question, do the 007 a-arms make the 009 track width narrower because when i replaced my arms with them it seemed to make the car want to bite in and almost traction roll? Thanks
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Old 10-18-2010, 10:06 PM   #2480
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One last question (I think):
For wheelbearings, should I only use rubber-sealed bearings, or are metal-sealed bearings okay? I am only running on carpet.

The reason I ask, is that I have A LOT of cluth-bearings from my off-roader, and they fit in my Xray.
They will work fine. I interchange between my gas off roader and xray onroader all the time.
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Old 10-19-2010, 09:13 AM   #2481
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hi just a small question

i own a xray 009 and i drive it out doors on a medium grip medium size bumpy track with 4 hair pins turns and a 50 meters strait the only problem i have with this car that is too loose from the rear but i have a lot of steering. I try ed many settings but with no success do someone had the same problem and how you think i can solve it.



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Old 10-19-2010, 01:39 PM   #2482
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toe it in? We will need the current setup.
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Old 10-19-2010, 01:52 PM   #2483
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down stop f6 r5
ride hight f5.5 r6
.5 deg toe out front
2.5 deg toe in rear
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2.2 xray springs front and rear
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Old 10-19-2010, 02:42 PM   #2484
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The way I fixed the loose rear-end, was that I raised the rear-shocks one hole on the shocktower.
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The way I fixed the loose rear-end, was that I raised the rear-shocks one hole on the shocktower.

i tried to lower the shock on the rear and to rise the shocks at the front but with no such difference is still had the rear loose
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i tried to lower the shock on the rear and to rise the shocks at the front but with no such difference is still had the rear loose
Move the ackerman position back right back, make rear toe 4 degrees once your happy the back end is sticking slowly start to reduce to and reduce ackerman by move the arm forward.

Also what tyres are you using?
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Move the ackerman position back right back, make rear toe 4 degrees once your happy the back end is sticking slowly start to reduce to and reduce ackerman by move the arm forward.

Also what tyres are you using?
we all use lrp vtec 27x or 30x but it seams that only i have the problem
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2.2 springs all the way around if very hard to get a good set up with try a stiffer spring and the shock pistons you want a less holes in the front to let less oil threw and more in the rear or just go 3 holes all around that it the best set up i had in caret/asphalt.
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2.2 springs all the way around if very hard to get a good set up with try a stiffer spring and the shock pistons you want a less holes in the front to let less oil threw and more in the rear or just go 3 holes all around that it the best set up i had in caret/asphalt.
should i go for stiffer front spring only or u suggesting to change all the springs for example 2.4?
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i tried to lower the shock on the rear and to rise the shocks at the front but with no such difference is still had the rear loose
That is also the opposite of what I said
One hole out on the rear shock-tower did the trick for me.
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