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Old 09-03-2004, 11:45 AM   #8761
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I do have one,What is the rear toe in on a FK ? I put the short arms on my T1R and cant seem to find any info. on what mounting blocks to use on the rear arms..any help
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Old 09-03-2004, 11:58 AM   #8762
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guys guys.....dude...my car HAS ARRIVED!!!! I am now in with the "in crowd" The car just looks sooo awsome, must build it......
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Old 09-03-2004, 12:38 PM   #8763
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I do have one,What is the rear toe in on a FK ? I put the short arms on my T1R and cant seem to find any info. on what mounting blocks to use on the rear arms..any help
I think the settings from the instruction manual are 2 deg rear toe in. I know I am running 1 deg on my FK.
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Old 09-03-2004, 01:24 PM   #8764
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Is there anyone that makes graphite battery straps. I need one long enough to fit for 6 cells. Stormer Hobbies is out of the XRay 6-cell kit,(306160) and besides that, its a little pricey for only needing one piece of graphite.
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Old 09-03-2004, 02:00 PM   #8765
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Is there anyone that makes graphite battery straps. I need one long enough to fit for 6 cells. Stormer Hobbies is out of the XRay 6-cell kit,(306160) and besides that, its a little pricey for only needing one piece of graphite.
JHardy- I have one if your interested. Brand new- just not in the package. Where are you located?
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Old 09-03-2004, 02:23 PM   #8766
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Old 09-03-2004, 03:36 PM   #8767
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never thought I'd say this, but I liek the Xray/Master Card sig.

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A little off of the subject but Congrats on the TCS victory!

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Thanks Michal, it is a blast running & racing formula one cars. Let's hope I can duplicate it in Japan at the worlds.
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Thanks Michal, it is a blast running & racing formula one cars. Let's hope I can duplicate it in Japan at the worlds.
Go get you some!

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I need to learn how to bow when I'm over there.
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xxxkat- Well i would reccommend that you start of with 2 drees of rear toe. Depending on the traction and set-up on your car, you can go more or less.
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Cool,Now what suspension holders do I use,and what # spacer do I use,Remember this is a T1R that I put the short arms on,Also do I need to go softer on the oil and springs.Last one,what springs are you guys using for a parking lot track,thanks
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Try white (17lbs) or Light Blue (20lbs) or blue (22.5lbs) with rubber tires. Use whites on bumpy slow track, blue on smooth fast track, light blues in the middle (what i use). Thats with rubber tires. You will need to go harder for foams 28lbs +
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Hi, anybody know where the optional belt tensioner mounts or maybe have a pic? Thanks
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