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Old 02-26-2005, 09:20 PM   #7531
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Well, of course first thing comes to mind was to drop a spring rate, ended up running blue front and yellow rear, instead of white and blue. But even at full turn, the wheels just don't seem to turn as much as my Xray did.

Which MIP CVDs do I need?

And when you guys are measuring droop on HUDY blocks and guage, I'm assuming you guys are measuring the bottom of the rear carriers and the bottom of the carrier screw on the front c-hubs?

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Well, of course first thing comes to mind was to drop a spring rate, ended up running blue front and yellow rear, instead of white and blue. But even at full turn, the wheels just don't seem to turn as much as my Xray did.

Which MIP CVDs do I need?

And when you guys are measuring droop on HUDY blocks and guage, I'm assuming you guys are measuring the bottom of the rear carriers and the bottom of the carrier screw on the front c-hubs?

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Old 02-26-2005, 10:22 PM   #7533
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I know is the 415 forum, I was hoping that someone could help me out, with summer around the corner, is there anywhere in the NY, CT, RI, or Mass. area for electric outdoor racing?
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Old 02-26-2005, 10:34 PM   #7534
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well not good news like rc driver car is a bit loose ..... TQ 8th A-main 19turn and 4th A Main Mini Cooper......I was on the ropes till the 3rd round car was loose 1st round made changes car was hooked 2nd round new TQ pace and the set screw in the spur backed out 19 laps in so, I had to do it all in the 3rd round...got some tips to try we wil see what we get 2mar ..later K.B.
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Old 02-27-2005, 01:02 AM   #7535
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Can you guys post a pic of the lowered rack?
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Old 02-27-2005, 03:35 AM   #7536
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I know is the 415 forum, I was hoping that someone could help me out, with summer around the corner, is there anywhere in the NY, CT, RI, or Mass. area for electric outdoor racing?
Jackson R/C Jackson NJ by Great Adventure has a awsome outdoor track and is hosting 4 major onroad races in 2005.
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If you live anywhere near rc madness, they have been holding asphalt racing for years now and as always chris runs a great show.
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Old 02-27-2005, 11:19 AM   #7539
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Is there an advantage over the stock driveshafts with this?
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About the on-road springs set. Are they the "short" tuned ones? I'm trying to figure out exactly what they are in comparison to Xray springs.

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Anyone know the part number for the Tamiya transponder holder in the picture?

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Old 02-27-2005, 12:15 PM   #7542
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Hello Kentech,

It comes with the EVO IV, so you can check out the manual for that kit...

So, are you happy with your car so far?
I love mine!!!

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Is there an advantage over the stock driveshafts with this?
Less chatter, more consistent drivetrain.
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It comes with the EVO IV, so you can check out the manual for that kit...

So, are you happy with your car so far?
I love mine!!!

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Jackson R/C Jackson NJ by Great Adventure has a awsome outdoor track and is hosting 4 major onroad races in 2005.
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