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Old 02-02-2005, 01:35 PM   #6961
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Old 02-02-2005, 02:52 PM   #6962
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Hey Raul Long time no talk. Email me when you get a chance.

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Old 02-03-2005, 11:03 AM   #6963
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Did everyone sell their 415's yesterday?
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Old 02-03-2005, 11:12 AM   #6964
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Did everyone sell their 415's yesterday?
I just received mine Yesterday .

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Old 02-03-2005, 11:25 AM   #6965
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I just received mine Yesterday .

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Sweet, you should be happy with it, did you get the MS or regular kit? What surface will you be running on.
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Old 02-03-2005, 12:49 PM   #6966
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I got the Regular kit. I'll be running on carpet with rubber tires.

Its been a wild 3 weeks. Bought a used EVO III Surikarn to run the local TCS race, and now a 415. I'll end up keeping whichever matches my driveing style best.
I guess I've been converted, as I'm selling off my TC3's now .

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PS - If anyone has a starting point for a rubber tire carpet setup they are willing to share it would be much appreciated.
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Old 02-03-2005, 01:02 PM   #6967
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Check out the link in TryHard's signature, few setups listed on his site, and check recent pages in this forum, few setups listed there as well for carpet.
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Old 02-03-2005, 03:35 PM   #6968
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There is a rubber tire/carpet setup from Marc Rheinard on the RCZone website. You have to be a member to access it. But it's there. Not sure if TryHard has that one on his site. Worth a look though.
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I got the Regular kit. I'll be running on carpet with rubber tires.

Its been a wild 3 weeks. Bought a used EVO III Surikarn to run the local TCS race, and now a 415. I'll end up keeping whichever matches my driveing style best.
I guess I've been converted, as I'm selling off my TC3's now .

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PS - If anyone has a starting point for a rubber tire carpet setup they are willing to share it would be much appreciated.
Marc Rheinard's last year's LRP TCM setup is a very good starting point. It's basically the same as the stock setup, but without the 1mm spacers under both rear suspension blocks, 1.5 camber on rear and 2 on front, blue springs on the rear and white on the front, no anti rol bars.
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Old 02-03-2005, 07:03 PM   #6970
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Check out the link in TryHard's signature, few setups listed on his site, and check recent pages in this forum, few setups listed there as well for carpet.
Just to help out, I'll quickly post now...
Not been doing much with the car lately, got some new batts to try this weekend, gonna give the car it's first run outside at ashby

Fingers crossed I get my world champ parts set tomorrow... I want to fit the alloy hubs, and as I've just sent my old fixed pulley off in excahnge for a battery case (cheers alex), I need to fit that too

I'll probably play around with the front of the car this week, I might well lose the pro-dive (0.5mm spacering under the front A-bridge), and play around with widths instead, using the worlds blocks... then again, I may just go completely the other way and put one-ways back in the car. Ahhhh indecision

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Old 02-03-2005, 07:26 PM   #6971
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Well, I just received parts from everywhere. Thanks Speedtech, Victor Racing, and RC4Less. I installed my Xray Batt strap, Mip CVD's on the frt, and my ceramic Apec 7 bearings, metal shielded. Awesome...... Now I am ready for the regionals... Come and get me guys.

Randy I second the oneways.! I have not tried the worlds blocks. I run my car at 186-87. If I go narrower, it becomes very unstable. Maybe if the 0 deg hubs become a seperate part, I would get them, but I have the 1 deg ones for now, and working well..
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Well, I just received parts from everywhere. Thanks Speedtech, Victor Racing, and RC4Less. I installed my Xray Batt strap, Mip CVD's on the frt, and my ceramic Apec 7 bearings, metal shielded. Awesome...... Now I am ready for the regionals... Come and get me guys.

Randy I second the oneways.! I have not tried the worlds blocks. I run my car at 186-87. If I go narrower, it becomes very unstable. Maybe if the 0 deg hubs become a seperate part, I would get them, but I have the 1 deg ones for now, and working well..
I switched to the 1 degree blocks and have 0 inboard rear toe in. Running 185-185, it's very unstable, just how I like it
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Well, I just received parts from everywhere. Thanks Speedtech, Victor Racing, and RC4Less. I installed my Xray Batt strap, Mip CVD's on the frt, and my ceramic Apec 7 bearings, metal shielded. Awesome...... Now I am ready for the regionals... Come and get me guys.

Randy I second the oneways.! I have not tried the worlds blocks. I run my car at 186-87. If I go narrower, it becomes very unstable. Maybe if the 0 deg hubs become a seperate part, I would get them, but I have the 1 deg ones for now, and working well..
Raul, a box full of parts still will not make you fast.
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