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Old 02-23-2011, 01:36 AM   #1441
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Hello Jilles,

I had some Questions:

What is the different about the Roll Center under the Blocks: 0, 0,5 an 1,0 or more???

I Drive 17,5 and 13,5

At ETS in Austria i had a rear stable but not steering, I could not do what I wanted i had no Steering. I saw other drivers had in the rear 1,0 under the Blocks and in front 0,5 -1,0

Give it a Website where give it a setup Book, what makes the car when....?

Thanks for your Help
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Old 02-23-2011, 02:49 PM   #1442
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Jilles
what lipo or NiCd battery use
for your Sanwa exzes x plus

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Old 02-23-2011, 03:54 PM   #1443
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Guys,
Jilles is currently at the TITC race.
So might have to wait a lil while for a reply.
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Old 03-04-2011, 02:56 AM   #1444
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Post on behalf of Jilles.

Jilles and Marc's setup during TITC 2011.

Enjoy.

- Please refer latest post.

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Old 03-04-2011, 05:13 PM   #1445
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Thanks Jonest!
Sitting now at the MacD having breakfast, heading to the track soon!

I will come back to the forum soon!

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Thanks Jonest!
Sitting now at the MacD having breakfast, heading to the track soon!

I will come back to the forum soon!

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Hi Jilles,

Good luck at the race, Jonest mentioned you were racing in Malaysia this week. Your a busy guy!
Thanks again for the loan of the radio module at the TITC, was nice to be able to complete a run without glitching. Also cheers for all the advice... shame have to wait a year to try again!

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Old 03-05-2011, 10:32 AM   #1447
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Guys,

Attached herewith the amended setup sheet for Jilles and Marc.

Ed, you are right, Jilles were running 2 pcs TRF Blue O-ring within the shocks. He removed the delrin spacer.
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Old 03-05-2011, 10:46 AM   #1448
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Attached herewith the amended setup sheet for Jilles and Marc.

Ed, you are right, Jilles were running 2 pcs TRF Blue O-ring within the shocks. He removed the delrin spacer.
What does running two orings do? more traction??
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Old 03-24-2011, 09:07 PM   #1449
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Jilles do you and the team run HB springs most of the time on outdoor tracks?

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Old 03-24-2011, 09:34 PM   #1450
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Hello racers,

Sorry being absent so long time again!
Busy times!!!

Kody;
We not much run the rear diff in the high position. The only race we did was Euros 2009 Luxembourg to get more steering in the fast sweeper. Normally I feel I have better control and more rear traction with the diff low.

Killooli;
Normally with 1mm shim under the suspension blocks in the rear gives more rotation ( less traction ) more steering. We normally use always 0.5mm lower in front then rear. At the TITC I ran rear 0mm and front -.05 ( flipped the suspension blocks and use 2.5mm shims. This gave more stability and more easy drive.

Peter;
For my (Sanwa Exzes X) radio I use 2400mAh Lipo from MuchMore.
I really like my new radio btw!!

Smartypants;
I feel with two o-ring more consistant shock and less leaking. Also has more traction in my opinion.

transplantlife;
TRF team always use HB springs on asphalt and Tamiya springs on carpet.

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Old 03-25-2011, 10:05 AM   #1451
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Jilles,

Have you got a base set up for carpet and asphalt with HB springs for the 417?

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Old 03-27-2011, 10:46 AM   #1452
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I changed the tittle as you requested.


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Hello racers,
Sorry being absent so long time again!
Busy times!!!

Kody;
We not much run the rear diff in the high position. The only race we did was Euros 2009 Luxembourg to get more steering in the fast sweeper. Normally I feel I have better control and more rear traction with the diff low.

Killooli;
Normally with 1mm shim under the suspension blocks in the rear gives more rotation ( less traction ) more steering. We normally use always 0.5mm lower in front then rear. At the TITC I ran rear 0mm and front -.05 ( flipped the suspension blocks and use 2.5mm shims. This gave more stability and more easy drive.

Peter;
For my (Sanwa Exzes X) radio I use 2400mAh Lipo from MuchMore.
I really like my new radio btw!!

Smartypants;
I feel with two o-ring more consistant shock and less leaking. Also has more traction in my opinion.

transplantlife;
TRF team always use HB springs on asphalt and Tamiya springs on carpet.

Jilles
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Old 03-27-2011, 02:49 PM   #1453
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Jilles,

Can you post a set up for the FF03 for ashphalt and carpet if you have one.

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Old 04-03-2011, 10:25 PM   #1454
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Are there any tips for removing the sleeves off the spool cups?

I run a 416X and wanted to put in a gear diff instead instead of the standard spool. I had trouble removing the aluminium sleeves to get the bearings and bearing holders (K-parts) off, and ended up having to shave the end off the cups (51443, I think), but that means I can't re-use them.

I've ordered some spares, but wanted to avoid this in future.

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Old 04-03-2011, 10:31 PM   #1455
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Hi Jilles,

I was wondering if you can share your esc settings and fdr for the v1 esc and new orion motor please? What you used at TITC with the 4.5t would be great, your car was a rocket. Also, what do you find the difference is between the newer and older orion motor is? And would you recommend a fan all the time, or was the 40mm fan that you used at TITC just used then for the humid/hot conditions then?

Thanks in advance!

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