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Old 09-13-2010, 06:06 PM   #3061
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Damn, they look ugly, but allow the ultra long link.

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Pablo - Turn on your MSN, and make some
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Old 09-13-2010, 06:56 PM   #3062
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Yeah not the best looking part but as long as it gets the job done then thats all that matters I suppose.SRC is a Italian company but I found them on DmModel.it which is a Italian rc shop website with paypal and overseas shipping.They are bloody expensive thought 32 euros for a pair.
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Damn, they look ugly, but allow the ultra long link.

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I've never before thought about using MSN to make parts

Those black one do look a bit strange but do have more positions.
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Old 09-13-2010, 08:57 PM   #3064
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i just finished my first build. (loved it) now i need setup help. i run a tight course that has a lot of grip for asphalt. (it will rip apart 38 shore nitro shoes) foams 42 or 45 shore are the norm for the track or sweep 36 for rubber. but to the point what is a good starting point? it is open mod and my bigest problem is to much over steer on corner exit. or spinning out on intry under braking. i have even started to change tires 45 in front 42 in rear still have the problem. i have a tekin rs with novak 8.5 rs pro fdr of 6.2 droop is 5f 6r ride hight is 6f 5r kinda afraid to go lower the car is to pritty. thanks for any help
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Old 09-14-2010, 12:22 AM   #3065
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i just finished my first build. (loved it) now i need setup help. i run a tight course that has a lot of grip for asphalt. (it will rip apart 38 shore nitro shoes) foams 42 or 45 shore are the norm for the track or sweep 36 for rubber. but to the point what is a good starting point? it is open mod and my bigest problem is to much over steer on corner exit. or spinning out on intry under braking. i have even started to change tires 45 in front 42 in rear still have the problem. i have a tekin rs with novak 8.5 rs pro fdr of 6.2 droop is 5f 6r ride hight is 6f 5r kinda afraid to go lower the car is to pritty. thanks for any help

What about springs ?
Something that works very often well is 2.8 front and 2.6 rear.
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Old 09-14-2010, 06:49 AM   #3066
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i just finished my first build. (loved it) now i need setup help. i run a tight course that has a lot of grip for asphalt. (it will rip apart 38 shore nitro shoes) foams 42 or 45 shore are the norm for the track or sweep 36 for rubber. but to the point what is a good starting point? it is open mod and my bigest problem is to much over steer on corner exit. or spinning out on intry under braking. i have even started to change tires 45 in front 42 in rear still have the problem. i have a tekin rs with novak 8.5 rs pro fdr of 6.2 droop is 5f 6r ride hight is 6f 5r kinda afraid to go lower the car is to pritty. thanks for any help
Try the following;

Stiffer rear springs.
Stand rear shocks more upright.
Less front droop.

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Old 09-14-2010, 10:23 AM   #3067
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So where can we buy those upper bulkheads? The orange ones look better but either ones
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Old 09-14-2010, 10:32 AM   #3068
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Old 09-17-2010, 02:57 PM   #3072
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Are Xray CVDs cros compatibile from T3-T2-T1?
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Yes, just watch for length and blade width. T1 is as Chris P says.

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Old 09-17-2010, 06:45 PM   #3074
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The T1 used a different system than the T2/T3
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