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Old 06-16-2011, 01:56 PM   #1606
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Old 06-16-2011, 02:11 PM   #1607
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hi jilles,

what the difference between spec r and the tamiya gear diff??
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Attached my set-up of the ETS race in The Netherlands.

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Jilles, question about your setup.

Why did you put o-rings in the shock when you can limit the shock length with the droop screw?

and what is the difference of running the camber link at #1 instead of #3 on the bulkhead? most setup i see use the #3 spot.

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Attached my set-up of the ETS race in The Netherlands.

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Firstly, thanks for the setup Jilles, looks pretty standard fare! I am loving my 417 at the moment, and the Sanwa handset is soooooo just brilliant Followed your advise for setting it up in terms of dual-rates etc, and it's just awesome in it's response. And no glitching either

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Jilles, question about your setup.

Why did you put o-rings in the shock when you can limit the shock length with the droop screw?

and what is the difference of running the camber link at #1 instead of #3 on the bulkhead? most setup i see use the #3 spot.

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I think when Jilles put 2-Oring's, he means in the bottom of the shock. Instead of having a single o-ring and the plastic spacer, he replaces the spacer with a second O-ring. I may be wrong (and JGH will be able to explain better ) but I recall it gives a bit more traction, and less likely to leak.

I can answer the camber link question too. Longer (hole 3) makes the car more stable, and react slower, also gives less camber change. Hole 1 seems to give more corner speed, and a quicker reaction. I've moved from 3 to 1 on my setup recently, car is just plain faster with it like that!

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Old 06-16-2011, 08:03 PM   #1611
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Hello Jillies,

Mind posting a picture of how the cutted motor mount will look like?
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Hello Jillies,

Mind posting a picture of how the cutted motor mount will look like?
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Yup, and pics of it mounted... http://www.rctech.net/forum/8717512-post830.html
It's been on my car since the the TITC, and I've not looked back!
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Old 06-17-2011, 03:03 AM   #1614
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so cutting the mount, well it give u more steering? or just plant the rear end better? is it only needed for Mod??
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Its good for low/mid grip tracks. High grip you want to keep it solid.
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hi jilles,

what the difference between spec r and the tamiya gear diff??
Spec r black, tamiya white
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Old 06-17-2011, 07:52 AM   #1618
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Wondering if the fluid that comes with the new gear diff is useful?
Any idea what weight fluid? and does the new gear diff leak with 1000w in it?
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Old 06-17-2011, 09:33 AM   #1619
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Hi jilles
Can you say might. What engine modified (Turns)are you doing in ETS R6 Andernach install the race .I´ve never driven there. And wanted to buy a new engine( Turns) for the race.

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Firstly, thanks for the setup Jilles, looks pretty standard fare! I am loving my 417 at the moment, and the Sanwa handset is soooooo just brilliant Followed your advise for setting it up in terms of dual-rates etc, and it's just awesome in it's response. And no glitching either



I think when Jilles put 2-Oring's, he means in the bottom of the shock. Instead of having a single o-ring and the plastic spacer, he replaces the spacer with a second O-ring. I may be wrong (and JGH will be able to explain better ) but I recall it gives a bit more traction, and less likely to leak.

I can answer the camber link question too. Longer (hole 3) makes the car more stable, and react slower, also gives less camber change. Hole 1 seems to give more corner speed, and a quicker reaction. I've moved from 3 to 1 on my setup recently, car is just plain faster with it like that!

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