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Old 10-05-2009, 09:36 PM   #1
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X ray T2 007 US rubber tires on carpet will it work or what do i need to do.
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Old 10-05-2009, 10:34 PM   #2
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We have a couple of racers at our club that run foam 007's on rubber tires with great success. In fact, their cars are really planted. I beleive they're running front diffs (instead of spools) in spec classes 17.5 & 13.5. Also seems to me the that they're running the shocks fairly stiff and heavily dampened. Hope this helps.
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will the Eu work better rubber tires on carpet
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Yup, more flex.
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My 07 Eu Rubber works great on carpet. one of the better handling cars on the track. if I can only get more power out of the motor. supposedly all even motors. ohh well I will eventually learn how to cheat I meant trick my motors.
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so what is a good rubber carpet setup for a T2 007US
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Can't help you with that one bro but search the 007 thread. Should be lotsa help for you there. Good luck!
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Look at Paul Lemieux's IIC setup...very good starting point. However, if you are not using Jaco rubber, then reduce the camber to about 1.5 degrees.
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