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Old 06-05-2006, 12:00 AM   #14401
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Old 06-05-2006, 12:20 AM   #14402
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I don't know of them anywhere either, I was told they were a north american market only item
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Old 06-05-2006, 02:24 AM   #14403
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Can someone post a link for Josh and Marc's setup to the Tamiya site. I can't seem to find it.
Well i do belive that Marcs set up is on there. Mine is similar,just little differences. Mine also says 40wt. oil instead of the Tamiya style with the 400 and 500 weights.

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Old 06-05-2006, 04:09 AM   #14404
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Josh thanks a ton for the setup info, i have had little experience running a spool, and always seem to need a lot more mid corner steering, we are having a meeting at a large sweeping track that i think may lend itself to running a spool, lots of tight corners after long straights.


If your searching for mid corner with a spool what changes would you make?
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Old 06-05-2006, 05:33 AM   #14405
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recently got a standard 415 and im after what toe blocks i would need to run 2 degree rear toe in none to 1 dergree toe for the front at the widests possible
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Old 06-05-2006, 05:48 AM   #14406
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recently got a standard 415 and im after what toe blocks i would need to run 2 degree rear toe in none to 1 dergree toe for the front at the widests possible
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Check Tryhard's 415 page. There is an Excel spreadsheet with what toe blocks do what toe angle here:

http://www.thard.co.uk/
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recently got a standard 415 and im after what toe blocks i would need to run 2 degree rear toe in none to 1 dergree toe for the front at the widests possible
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For the rear, an A-E combo would give 2 degrees toe-in (as long as you are using 0 degree hubs).

For the front do you want toe-in or toe-out? Use a C-E combo for 1degree toe-in, or E-C for 1 degree toe out.

There is a chart on Tryhard's website which gives you the full range.
(Edit: Damn Burlap beat me to it )

Richard, what track is this for?

If it's for Bayside, then I suggest you run the car quite narrow, it will make it quicker through the corners. I would normally run B-XB on the front and XB-B on the rear. You can run A-XB on the front if the car is a little too "twitchy".

I can email you some of my Bayside setups if you want, they're for the 415MSX but I thibk they'd be a good starting point
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Bender,
Can you tell me what are the stock suspension blocks for the MSX and the stock toe, camber and rebound/droop settings.

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Do you guys ever have a problem with the rims hitting the front arm when there turned and the suspention is compressed?
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Stock toe I think it like 0 in the front and -3 in the rear.
Stock blocks are
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r-1B
f-1xd

Front:
f-1B
r-XB
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f-1B
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Old 06-05-2006, 10:16 AM   #14412
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JASON,

do you have a part number on the spring set ?
the part number is:
53440AO

I made the mistake of only buying one set and you'd need two to have four of each...
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Old 06-05-2006, 11:33 AM   #14413
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Do you guys ever have a problem with the rims hitting the front arm when there turned and the suspention is compressed?
yes, asked spashett about it he said he grinds his wishbones...
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Hi Guys,

Anyone know what "X-Gear" is that Marc has a decal for on his body?

http://www.pdubracing.com/2006_Reedy_Race%20082.jpg

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Old 06-05-2006, 01:07 PM   #14415
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I dunno... but TEAM STEVE on his windsheild is AWESOME!
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