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Old 09-14-2004, 11:18 AM   #3781
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Does anyone know the part number and an online parts store that I can buy a replacement manual? Or does some one have a pdf? Trying to figure out the shocks and how they mount.
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ahh, Rcspeedo baet me too it, and actually that makes more sense (i guess i was thinking on power, as racing stock I rarely come fully off it.. )
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Tryhard: You are still correct on that since you don't have to toe out to get the steering entering the corner, w/c can provide better steering on power.

Stew : I forgot to mention that this will narrow your front-end so you would need to adjust the rear accordingly.
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Old 09-14-2004, 11:31 AM   #3784
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thanks fot the help guys, i might try it out this weekend if ive got time and the car is running well, didnt have such good luck last time i visited the track im racing at

tryhard; i also have that disease

on another note i heard RainbowTen have run out of the tamiya subarus, because the entire production run has been sold
will they have another production run or are thease another limited run product?
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Tryhard: You are still correct on that since you don't have to toe out to get the steering entering the corner, w/c can provide better steering on power.

Stew : I forgot to mention that this will narrow your front-end so you would need to adjust the rear accordingly.
to be the same as the narrowed front, yes?
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ahh, Rcspeedo baet me too it, and actually that makes more sense (i guess i was thinking on power, as racing stock I rarely come fully off it.. )
try hard were u at the thursday night club in chattham last thursday?
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Does anyone know the part number and an online parts store that I can buy a replacement manual? Or does some one have a pdf? Trying to figure out the shocks and how they mount.
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Not sure about where to get a manual from, have you tried contacting your distributor? might be able to point you int he right direction for one.

If you want, I can scan in the pages for the shock mounts. Off the top of my head, I think the std mounts are for one hole in on the top at the front, and fully out at the top on the rear.

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Hello Titan Racing,

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Old 09-14-2004, 11:37 AM   #3789
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try hard were u at the thursday night club in chattham last thursday?
Yup I was there, Didn't have much luck though. I had the white tamiya subaru on a 415.... oh and I won the D-final... (don't ask, had bad luck in Q, my finals time would have been good enough to bump me up to the top end of the B )
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to be the same as the narrowed front, yes?
Yes. Use A for the rear-front and adjust the rear toe by changing the blocks of the rear-rear.
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Hello everyone,

RCspeedo: what is W/C?

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Yes. Use A for the rear-front and adjust the rear toe by changing the blocks of the rear-rear.
Hmm, I've been running with C/A on the front, but with B/D on the rear (LWT arms, so1 deg hubs, making 2 deg rear toe total)
I don't think you need to narrow the rear down, it's doesn't seem to cause a problem for me. Maybe it's something to try though.
I would hazard a guess though that a narrower car would seem very darty, and a bit unstable, just because the overall track is reduced. Not sure though, as I have never tried it.
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Yup I was there, Didn't have much luck though. I had the white tamiya subaru on a 415.... oh and I won the D-final... (don't ask, had bad luck in Q, my finals time would have been good enough to bump me up to the top end of the B )
you had da 415 with lw suspension and low friction belts?
i had da evo3 with red shell and peak t-shirt on.i was sitting behind u.remember
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RCspeedo: what is W/C?

which can, is my guess

(boy were all active in here tonight )
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RCspeedo: what is W/C?

w/c = which
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