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Old 03-04-2004, 11:38 AM   #286
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Mike what about spacing up the frt mounts 030 would this give more off throttle steering?
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Old 03-04-2004, 01:54 PM   #287
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Not sure.. I have not played with the pro-squat - anti-squat that much..

The best thing i would say to do is to try it all different ways..

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Old 03-05-2004, 12:21 AM   #288
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Not sure.. I have not played with the pro-squat - anti-squat that much..

The best thing i would say to do is to try it all different ways..

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Hey Mike just wanted to see what Barry has smart to say but this looks like Mikes page hey see ya at the nats,
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Old 03-05-2004, 01:01 AM   #289
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Yea Vicky, My son dominic , and her father tony and stepmom janice , Where all in a restuarant on international drive when a guy came in and robbed the place.. They got out while he was on the other side of the resturant , We went back there later to get some belongings that they left there while leaving fast.. Found out the guy pulled the trigger on one of the host's and the gun jammed.. Wow.. He had them all lined up in the resturant like the movies ... He got away before the cops got there :-(

But atleast everyone came out ok..

Hope they get this guy sometime...

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SOUNDS LIKE YOU GUYS LEAD ONE HELL OF AN EXCITING LIFE.

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Old 03-05-2004, 06:54 AM   #290
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Chris...


LOL...


Barry is so busy running all over the country i help him here once and a while...

The nat's will be fun.. Glad you are coming...

Sunny... Well i would not say a Cowboy life .. Just the wrong place at the wrong time.. But good thing everyone was ok ..


Later...

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Old 03-05-2004, 07:45 AM   #291
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Hey Barry, check this out:

http://www.fishermenstudios.com/uspc/
Hey Mike, have you had a look at this?
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Old 03-05-2004, 09:58 AM   #292
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HeY hEy

Mike would that be for mod rubber and mod foam or doesn't matter for the F block instead of R block??? thanx in advanced
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I use it for foam tires...

But you could try it with rubbers...

I am not sure how it would work..

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I use it for foam tires...

But you could try it with rubbers...

I am not sure how it would work..

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Hey B squared, good luck defending your invitational crown (again ) at the Reedy Race as well as at the Pre Worlds and World Championships. I just thought Id point you to a little somethin Im workin on called the US Pan Car Championships. You can read about it here:

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...threadid=33411

and there is a forum for it here:

http://fishermenstudios.com/forum/index.php
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Old 04-12-2004, 11:46 PM   #296
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Barry,
I messed around with the rear antisquat on my TC3 when I ran it on rubber tires and really didnt feel a difference good bad or otherwise. The only advantage I got was running less toe in the rear to loosen up the car with the f block in the rear. Now Im switching over to foams and I think its going to make a bigger difference now as it seems everyone is messing with it lately but nobody seems to be able to explain it very well. Can you describe the feel you get from the different settings. Like how it feels at 0 and however else you try it. And what you use it for. As in where it affects the setup.

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Its going to be an easier race than last year as most of the fast Euro guys will be at the EuroChamps Warm Up on the same weekend.
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Hi Barry,

Which inserts do you use with Sorex 28R or 32R???
Thick??? Thin??? Hard??? Soft??? (when it's Warm and when it's cold).

Regards and good luck for the Reedy race,

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Hugo, I think BB has been really swamped lately. I'll help a little on the inserts-

We always started with HPI green inserts on Sorex tires. Obviously the amount of traction, temperature and class (mod or stock) are all factors in insert selection but the HPI green fits the tire well, and is a great starting point for tuning, especially with the Yokomo Precision wheels.
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Hugo, I think BB has been really swamped lately. I'll help a little on the inserts-

We always started with HPI green inserts on Sorex tires. Obviously the amount of traction, temperature and class (mod or stock) are all factors in insert selection but the HPI green fits the tire well, and is a great starting point for tuning, especially with the Yokomo Precision wheels.
Thanks BigDog,

Which inserts do you use if you have too much grip with the HPI green, and if you don't have enough grip with the HPI green?

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