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Old 08-22-2011, 08:15 AM   #3166
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Hope this helps someone, but this weekend I raced in an indoor carpet event in 17.5t boosted with foams where additive was not allowed. I won the event and here's my setup.
cannot opened your pdf file. different images came out.
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Old 08-22-2011, 04:07 PM   #3167
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Keith,

Your file works for me.

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Old 08-23-2011, 10:07 PM   #3168
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What did he use it for?
for a swaybar spacer under the ball end.

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Old 08-23-2011, 11:41 PM   #3169
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for a swaybar spacer under the ball end.

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Serious? Just get an aluminum 0.5mm shim lol.

Edit: Found these ZC-S50 which are "fibre" shims, must have been these.
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Old 08-31-2011, 03:07 AM   #3171
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Hello all, I am runnging BD-M but looking to forward to switch to a new car, the latest BD5-WX would be amazing to own. Anybody having a great tip where to buy it currently for best price? Shipping should be to Europe. PM welcome.

Btw: Is the high traction chassis BD-002H used on carpet as well?

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Hello all, I am runnging BD-M but looking to forward to switch to a new car, the latest BD5-WX would be amazing to own. Anybody having a great tip where to buy it currently for best price? Shipping should be to Europe. PM welcome.

Btw: Is the high traction chassis BD-002H used on carpet as well?

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Here have them in stock now..
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Old 09-07-2011, 04:00 PM   #3174
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Two questions regarding some of the Petit Rc setups. First, I've noticed that some sheets have the blue/pink springs reversed so that the blue is in front. So that would mean the softer spring is in front with the stiffer spring in the rear. Is that correct? Or is that a mistake? Springs front and rear are usually even or with a stiffer spring up front. Seems unusual. Second, I see that Masami and some other EU drivers are running slightly thicker oil in the rear shocks then the front. What is the effect of this?
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Two questions regarding some of the Petit Rc setups. First, I've noticed that some sheets have the blue/pink springs reversed so that the blue is in front. So that would mean the softer spring is in front with the stiffer spring in the rear. Is that correct? Or is that a mistake? Springs front and rear are usually even or with a stiffer spring up front. Seems unusual. Second, I see that Masami and some other EU drivers are running slightly thicker oil in the rear shocks then the front. What is the effect of this?
All that would give more steering. About the springs, might be a typo. But if you ran a harder rear spring, that would give more steering as well.
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All that would give more steering. About the springs, might be a typo. But if you ran a harder rear spring, that would give more steering as well.
actually i asked umino once about this at an ETS race. i think what he was saying was, that the blue spring feels softer at first, but in the range it really works its actually harder than the pink one. so on some occasion they run it with blue in front and pink in rear. this was on carpet though. maybe on tarmac it is different.
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actually i asked umino once about this at an ETS race. i think what he was saying was, that the blue spring feels softer at first, but in the range it really works its actually harder than the pink one. so on some occasion they run it with blue in front and pink in rear. this was on carpet though. maybe on tarmac it is different.
Ohhh man. Right when you think you are learning something. thanks Vito
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I see BD-5 has the white belts and it is a lot more expensive. What is the different and is it worth?
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I see BD-5 has the white belts and it is a lot more expensive. What is the different and is it worth?
it's team bomber belt.

it's softer and less friction~
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Do you think it worth to try?
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