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Old 08-16-2003, 07:36 PM   #4366
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Headbanger on the prowl! hey now lets all just get along dont need no cursen on the xray threads.

Rob Love?? how did your xray work out at the gate??


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Old 08-16-2003, 08:24 PM   #4367
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Sorry Guys, I thought we had another 15-year old running loose in the threads.....
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Old 08-16-2003, 08:28 PM   #4368
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yeah bring it on probally kick your ass on the track
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Old 08-16-2003, 08:32 PM   #4369
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Randy B,

Pretty good. I was a little rusty for not running for a few months, but put it in the main. I will get my set up posted here in a few.

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Old 08-16-2003, 08:40 PM   #4370
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X-Ray EVO2/FOC carpet/foam set up:

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carpet shock tower
shocks mounted in second from outside on tower and inside on arm
stock camber link location, but added a spacer to take away the angle
o kick up
6 degree caster block (medium)
medium arms
50 weight Losi oil
2 holes open
33lb X-Ray spring
T1R 1mm sway bar
1 degree toe out
6mm droop on AE droop gauge set at arm
26mm TRC plaid

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shocks all the way out on tower and middle on arm
45 weight Losi oil
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roll center bridge
camber link outside on hub
5mm droop on AE gauge set at arm
30lb X-Ray spring
standard wheel base
medium arms
1.5 degree rear toe (1mm clip with 1 motor shim)
30mm TRC tan

1.77 pulley's
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Ti racing screws and ball studs
128 Kimbrough spur drilled out
Monster Stockers with a 1.03 roll out
GP3300 Power Push batteries (waiting to try Fukuyama Racing cells)
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Old 08-16-2003, 08:58 PM   #4371
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is that ok with you smart ass
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yeah bring it on probally kick your ass on the track
Please leave your immaturity off of RCTech, we would all appreciate it. I recommend you check out www.radiocontrolzone.com, you would fit in well there .
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Old 08-17-2003, 09:32 AM   #4372
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There are a number of other forums where neo would fit it fine also.
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Old 08-17-2003, 10:07 AM   #4373
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by the way when fitted does the motor has enough space to run the recommended gearing from 6.5 - 7.5???thanks again
The novak motor is the same size as a stock can.
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The novak motor is the same size as a stock can.
yes i know...but in my CRC 6 pack i wasnt able to fit the motor at all due it was longer in length than a brush motor so it interfered with my side springs...but it fits ok on my rc12l3 and my hyperdrive as they dont have any side spring
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I agree, the size of the can is the same, but the length is different. Some modifications are needed.
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I agree, the size of the can is the same, but the length is different. Some modifications are needed.
I forgot. I had to dremel away a little of the chasis in order for the back end of the can to drop down far enough.
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Old 08-17-2003, 10:25 PM   #4377
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I remember I had to dremel a bit of the battery hold downs so that it doesn't rub on the end of the motor/BL.
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Old 08-18-2003, 07:06 AM   #4378
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Rob thanks for the info. On your gearing you use a 128t spur and roll out with monster stock at 1.03? what was your tire diam and pinion gear size. Thanks for the help.


when will the Fukuyama cells be around. need somthing new for this season.


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Old 08-18-2003, 08:17 AM   #4379
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I have 3 sets of Jimmy's 1.16's and they're fantastic. I believe he will be launching his cells at the end of this month or beginning of september. His website is www.fukuyamaracing.com for info.
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Old 08-18-2003, 10:19 AM   #4380
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Hey guys, over the weekend I had raced my Evo 2 and I had cracked the front chassis, and the front bumper. Luckly I had extra parts I always carry with me to the track, but then I decided to put the T1R out for the 2nd quailfier, and the car was ok, I needed to stiffen the front end due to lots of traction yesterday in San Jose, Ca., I had quailfied 4th with the car, I started to work up the field and was tied with 1st and then I got hit by another racer, then I had got back to about the 3rd position, then all of sudden in the back straight, my car took a sudden hard right turn, (someone turn their radio on ), then through out the main I had problems with the car, so I took it off so I do not interferre with the race, (it's a point serries race), so I ended up finishing 10th. I was not the only one with radio glitching from that too. I even told the race director about it........but "Oh well" what can you really do about it, ( i was thinking of having them re-run the race ), but it's alright........it's all for fun too, and plus i'm in the top 3 before yesterday's race. I thought I share that with ya.
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