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Old 01-29-2009, 12:53 PM   #451
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T2'009 new option parts coming ?
camber link ball ( have off-set ? )
Orange color turnbuckle
ball diff
weight
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The weights are from core-rc.

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Old 01-29-2009, 05:27 PM   #453
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T2'009 new option parts coming ?
camber link ball ( have off-set ? )
Orange color turnbuckle
ball diff
weight
That looks like the T2R Pro plastic ball diff, ive just started building the kit, and it looks pretty good. 5 cell can take advantage of the reduced weight.
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That looks like the T2R Pro plastic ball diff, ive just started building the kit, and it looks pretty good. 5 cell can take advantage of the reduced weight.
Some of the Mod guys in the UK are using the composite diff to reduce rotating weight.

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Old 01-31-2009, 04:53 AM   #455
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Orange aluminum shock
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Old 02-01-2009, 04:28 PM   #456
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My 009 goes loose 1/2 way thru the run mainly in sweeper and seems sluggish
in the infield. Do you guys think a rear sway and standin the rear shocks up a little will help didnt know if it was possible that the rear was to soft and either heating up the rears due to to much roll or the fact that it may not be transfering weight from left to right fast enough.....Any thoughts would be appreciated....Thanks


FRNT:1/2 sauce
.5 toe out
4 degrees castor
Standard roll center
1.2 sway
shocks straight up
30wt oil/3 hole piston
2.6 springs
1.5 camber
1mm shim at c hub
lower bottom inside camber link mount
akermen 2 and outside at steering block
1.5 mm droop
Standard diff
5.5 ride height

REAR:full sauce
2.0 toe
shocks layed down
2.4 springs
30 wt oil/3 hole piston
2.0 degrees camber
roll center standard
5mm ride height
1mm droop
1mm shim at upright
lower inside link mnt
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My 009 goes loose 1/2 way thru the run mainly in sweeper and seems sluggish
in the infield. Do you guys think a rear sway and standin the rear shocks up a little will help didnt know if it was possible that the rear was to soft and either heating up the rears due to to much roll or the fact that it may not be transfering weight from left to right fast enough.....Any thoughts would be appreciated....Thanks


FRNT:1/2 sauce
.5 toe out
4 degrees castor
Standard roll center
1.2 sway
shocks straight up
30wt oil/3 hole piston
2.6 springs
1.5 camber
1mm shim at c hub
lower bottom inside camber link mount
akermen 2 and outside at steering block
1.5 mm droop
Standard diff
5.5 ride height

REAR:full sauce
2.0 toe
shocks layed down
2.4 springs
30 wt oil/3 hole piston
2.0 degrees camber
roll center standard
5mm ride height
1mm droop
1mm shim at upright
lower inside link mnt
Front diff ?
change to spool !
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Old 02-01-2009, 05:56 PM   #458
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Front diff ?
change to spool !
I will try it but not a big fan...Seems to chatter and bind or is that normal? The oneway fixed Was nice but my track is small and tight...Do you think the spool would solve my issuies? why is the spool so popular for this car?
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What other reason could there be? Because it's fastest.
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My 009 goes loose 1/2 way thru the run mainly in sweeper and seems sluggish
in the infield. Do you guys think a rear sway and standin the rear shocks up a little will help didnt know if it was possible that the rear was to soft and either heating up the rears due to to much roll or the fact that it may not be transfering weight from left to right fast enough.....Any thoughts would be appreciated....Thanks


FRNT:1/2 sauce
.5 toe out
4 degrees castor
Standard roll center
1.2 sway
shocks straight up
30wt oil/3 hole piston
2.6 springs
1.5 camber
1mm shim at c hub
lower bottom inside camber link mount
akermen 2 and outside at steering block
1.5 mm droop
Standard diff
5.5 ride height

REAR:full sauce
2.0 toe
shocks layed down
2.4 springs
30 wt oil/3 hole piston
2.0 degrees camber
roll center standard
5mm ride height
1mm droop
1mm shim at upright
lower inside link mnt
try the center post, and see what it does..
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My 009 goes loose 1/2 way thru the run mainly in sweeper and seems sluggish
in the infield. Do you guys think a rear sway and standin the rear shocks up a little will help didnt know if it was possible that the rear was to soft and either heating up the rears due to to much roll or the fact that it may not be transfering weight from left to right fast enough.....Any thoughts would be appreciated....Thanks


FRNT:1/2 sauce
.5 toe out
4 degrees castor
Standard roll center
1.2 sway
shocks straight up
30wt oil/3 hole piston
2.6 springs
1.5 camber
1mm shim at c hub
lower bottom inside camber link mount
akermen 2 and outside at steering block
1.5 mm droop
Standard diff
5.5 ride height

REAR:full sauce
2.0 toe
shocks layed down
2.4 springs
30 wt oil/3 hole piston
2.0 degrees camber
roll center standard
5mm ride height
1mm droop
1mm shim at upright
lower inside link mnt
What type of track, how big, what tyres etc?
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Old 02-02-2009, 05:15 AM   #462
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Hi,

Where can I get the wheels & tyres of the T2 009 displayed on the kit photos ?

They look great

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it should be Hudy wheels.
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My 009 goes loose 1/2 way thru the run mainly in sweeper and seems sluggish
in the infield. Do you guys think a rear sway and standin the rear shocks up a little will help didnt know if it was possible that the rear was to soft and either heating up the rears due to to much roll or the fact that it may not be transfering weight from left to right fast enough.....Any thoughts would be appreciated....Thanks


FRNT:1/2 sauce
.5 toe out
4 degrees castor
Standard roll center
1.2 sway
shocks straight up
30wt oil/3 hole piston
2.6 springs
1.5 camber
1mm shim at c hub
lower bottom inside camber link mount
akermen 2 and outside at steering block
1.5 mm droop
Standard diff
5.5 ride height

REAR:full sauce
2.0 toe
shocks layed down
2.4 springs
30 wt oil/3 hole piston
2.0 degrees camber
roll center standard
5mm ride height
1mm droop
1mm shim at upright
lower inside link mnt
thicker oil 600 2 hole fixed,3hole fixed 400..more droop 2mm frt 3mm rear find Pauls 2009 novak setup ..but only change ur droop
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I agree with Skiddins, tell us what type of track, carpet or asphalt. What type of tires.

Some of the setup issues aren't so much getting you rear tractions but possibly taking some of the front end away to get a nice neutral feel, but we need more info.

Have you changed the chassis stiffness via the screws? What about your wheel hexes? Stock, thin or wide? Rear hubs, 0 or 1 degree?

The droop settings are a fast and simple thing to try first.
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