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Old 08-31-2007, 08:41 AM   #19216
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Right guys, just thought I'd post my setup from the KO GP this past weekend. Didn't do too brilliantly myself (lack of racing recently, driving crap etc), finished 3rd in the C in 27t, but Jon Winter (whoose adjustments are in red on the sheet), TQ'd and won 27t, setting a new track record in the process..... so it's pretty much there

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EDIT - Spotted a mistake on the sheet. The Rear suspension blocks should be A/E not X/D... opps
so thats got nothing to do with all the femle contact you have had recently, so you kept reminding us all weekend :P
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Old 08-31-2007, 06:25 PM   #19217
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so what are the tire size of the rubber tires?
is it 63mm?
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Old 09-01-2007, 05:28 AM   #19218
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Also, fogotten to mention it was good to meet Eirik at the KO. Didn't do a bad job boss
It was great to meet you also Ed!!
I hope it was not the last time.

The race was not that good for me, I missed that last rocket round and my tires did not hook up very well in the first round, huh WLRC is always difficult

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Old 09-01-2007, 05:29 AM   #19219
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Eirik is the best RC drivers in norway, he has 24 national titles and am glad to have him as my friend, he is allways helpful and a good suport at races or when you need a cheering up



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Old 09-01-2007, 06:53 AM   #19220
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Eirik. Did you drove superstock at KO race?
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Hi Guys, Where can i Download Instruction Manual of the MRE? Thanks!!
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Old 09-01-2007, 09:37 AM   #19222
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Eirik. Did you drove superstock at KO race?
No, I only race Modified
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No, I only race Modified
And bloody quick they are too
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Old 09-01-2007, 11:43 AM   #19224
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Hi Guys, Where can i Download Instruction Manual of the MRE? Thanks!!
here http://www.tamiya.com/japan/rc/manuals.htm
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quick question guys, if i put the short lightweight arms on my MSX with the kit toe blocks except for XD/A at the rear, will i need to change my drive shafts from 46mm to 42mm??

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Old 09-02-2007, 12:24 AM   #19226
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In the rear running a diff I had no problems, in the front if you run a one-way you may need the shorter 42mm dogbones or wider blocks.
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No, I only race Modified
Just came my mind.

I looked those KO superstock 19t final videos and they went really fast
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quick question guys, if i put the short lightweight arms on my MSX with the kit toe blocks except for XD/A at the rear, will i need to change my drive shafts from 46mm to 42mm??

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You won't have to on the rear. If you have a front one-way, then expect some limit on camber angle with the 46mm shafts. The 42mm shafts are too short with the kit toe blocks, so either get wider ones and use the 46mm shafts, or get shorter ones and use the 42mm shafts.
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You won't have to on the rear. If you have a front one-way, then expect some limit on camber angle with the 46mm shafts. The 42mm shafts are too short with the kit toe blocks, so either get wider ones and use the 46mm shafts, or get shorter ones and use the 42mm shafts.
I solve that different way. If you have problem with 42mm shafts are too short, you can use # 53704 lw one-way joints, because they are longer than regular ones. I use them and no problem at all.
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