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Old 02-02-2011, 05:22 PM   #211
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How about a BMI pit area next year?
i think bmi was a sponsor one year
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Old 02-02-2011, 06:30 PM   #212
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Front
ae front end
camber 1.5
droop .2 very little but no preload
spring bmi 20s
width 197
frond upper arm mod to make it 1.5 mm longer
0 degree caster with all shim in back of arm
servo flat
losi 30 thousand on king pin
.5 mm toe out
rear
bmi little shock with ae 50 wt oil
ae copper center spring and middle hole on shock mount/battery plate
1.5 in soft position
losi 30 thousand in tubes
width 204
.5 mm of pod droop
pod level
spec tire cut to 207 front out side glued
spec tire cut to 208 rear
ride hight 4 front and rear
electronics behind battery and battery run down the middle.
i believe that is everything.
if you have any questions just post
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Old 02-02-2011, 06:47 PM   #213
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Front
ae front end
camber 1.5
droop .2 very little but no preload
spring bmi 20s
width 197
frond upper arm mod to make it 1.5 mm longer
0 degree caster with all shim in back of arm
servo flat
losi 30 thousand on king pin
.5 mm toe out
rear
bmi little shock with ae 50 wt oil
ae copper center spring and middle hole on shock mount/battery plate
1.5 in soft position
losi 30 thousand in tubes
width 204
.5 mm of pod droop
pod level
spec tire cut to 207 front out side glued
spec tire cut to 208 rear
ride hight 4 front and rear
electronics behind battery and battery run down the middle.
i believe that is everything.
if you have any questions just post
thanks
cory

1.5 fiber or carbon links
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Old 02-03-2011, 04:36 PM   #214
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1.5 fiber or carbon links
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Old 02-10-2011, 07:02 PM   #215
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What is the front upper arm mod?
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Old 02-10-2011, 07:16 PM   #216
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On the older style front end that would be to put spacers between the lower arm and the upper arm mount to move the pivot point in board a little bit.
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Old 02-10-2011, 08:33 PM   #217
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What is the front upper arm mod?
just by the new one
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Old 02-20-2011, 11:51 AM   #218
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Had the first race with my new CH10 and it was fantastic. Improved my personal best lap by ~0.3s and the stability was quite good as well. I was prepared to have more like a practice race to get to know the car and to find a good setup by the end of the day, but instead won finals 1 lap ahead of the field not even changing a single thing in my setup. Comparing to my old DB10RR CH10 had way more steering, without tendency to lift the inner wheel. I was a bit worried at first that the car is not ment for the weight of 2S LiPo and minimum weight of 1050g, but all doubts are gone now

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Old 02-20-2011, 12:21 PM   #219
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did you mill out the 1s indentations to hold a 2s saddlepack? On what surface did you run?
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Had the first race with my new CH10 and it was fantastic. Improved my personal best lap by ~0.3s and the stability was quite good as well. I was prepared to have more like a practice race to get to know the car and to find a good setup by the end of the day, but instead won finals 1 lap ahead of the field not even changing a single thing in my setup. Comparing to my old DB10RR CH10 had way more steering, without tendency to lift the inner wheel. I was a bit worried at first that the car is not ment for the weight of 2S LiPo and minimum weight of 1050g, but all doubts are gone now

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Thats awesome buddy. Congrats on the convincing victory!!! We have had amazing results with the CH10. All who have been running it have had great results. We spend alot of time with developement and it really shows. I know we dont have big race results as all of the big names are sponsored by other companies. We are more than happy to have the general public see it at the track. We have our local guy Joe Sumasky running 1/12th times with his CH10 in bone stock form. No special one off parts or prototype parts. Just straight out of the box.
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did you mill out the 1s indentations to hold a 2s saddlepack? On what surface did you run?
Yes, that's exactly what I did. I used a table drill and a dremel bit. It didn't come out as pretty as I hoped, but it's ok. I will probably also make a brace to hold the battery on frontal impacts. I was running on high grip carpet (Prima GT).
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how deep are the indentations and did you put the electronics in the back behind the lipo? Are you planning to run it on asphalt when weather permits? Curious how that will work out with the CH.

With the db10rr on asphalt i needed to put in 50 grams of lead under the electronics, otherwise easier spinouts comming out of corners.

You can put a stripe of carbon or FRP in front of the lipo's and shoegoo it in place.(that way you can still remove the strip afterwards)
Tape the lipo's and the lipo's won't go anywere.

For the db10 i use an old L2 chasiss brace and shortend it so i ended up with the middle part with the screw holes. I aligned the first screw hole and placed it under the first standoff and it is a perfect fit. I tape the packs in and they don't go anywhere. This way i don't need the heavy lipo tray anymore and in a crash the lipo's stay where they were. (i tested it thoroughly )
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indentations are just as deep as the original ones for 1S Lipo. I just put a layer of double sided foamed tape under the alu battery brace so it keeps the down the battery really firm and it worked for the first race as I tried not to have too many crashes, I will think of something safer for future, thanks for advices. Electronics are fitted behind battery (Tekin RS Pro, Futaba R2104GF receiver).

I am not planning on running it on asphalt, unfortunately we had to cancel our summer series due to low attendance (sun, sea, girls, offroad).
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Old 02-21-2011, 07:57 PM   #224
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Hello everyone i would just like to let you know i am now a member of the BMI racing team and will be supporting the copperhead series of cars. and am looking forward to recieving the cars and once i get them up and running i will be able help anyone on here with any questions about the cars or any set-up help on the threads or via PM.

really looking forward to working with everyone and Jason thanks again for the opportunity!

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Welcome to the team jeff. I look forward to working with you.
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