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  • try .050 or .060... and just adjust your shock eyelets from there...
  • I've got a .060" limiter in my front shocks and a .090" limiter in my rear shocks.
  • Thanks guys!
  • i used the .030 losi shock spaer and then aguisted it form there by unthreading the shock ends


    hope this help any

    lazy
  • Kevin, I found the post you had on those, but couldnt find the link for some reason, if you could repost it or something, i'd appreciate it. Are you gonna make it down to Tulsa this may for Randy's big race?
  • Quote:
    Originally posted by Randman
    Hey I gotta 86 the droop screws on my car, anyone know how much internal shock limiters I need to use to get 2mm droop in front and 4mm in the rear? Stock graphite plus shocks.
    Depends on what roll centers you have on the car, what degree of kickup and anti-dive and what is the length of you shocks.

    Randman, this nothing you can set and forget unless you plan on running the same roll centers and kickup everytime.

    I found you will be having alot of time disassembling those shocks to achieve certain droop especially if you race on various surfaces.

    That's the main reason why I left the car.
  • Quote:
    Originally posted by Kevin K

    Racer-OZ.....here is a link to the JETT racing adapters....they offer a 23t and a 24t pulley. I run the 24t it frees up the drive train a little more and these pullies are the best out there IMHO. The trinity one is a P.o.S. http://shopping.rcmodel.com.hk/index...a&filter_id=71
    Brian....I dont know for sure if I will make it back down there or not....I need to save my vacation time.....but its not ruled out 100% yet.
  • They have them listed at 30.00grams....but thats with the packaging.....so figure some plastic and cardboard. Over the weekend I will weigh a spur gear and the adapter with gear and let you know how heavy it is.
  • just wanted to post some stuff of my car while i set it up for foam, kevin what interal shock limiters do you run at rsj and trackside in your car? i have the .060 in the shocks now but was woundering if i should go bigger or smaller.



    anyways enjoy


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  • Preston....are you talking about rubber tires or foams? If its Foams it depends on the size of your tires. Tires that are like 2.35" to 2.28" I would say a .060 in the rear and a .030 in the front should get you close. With tires that are under 2.28" then you really dont need any, maybe a .030 in the rear. Thats what I have in my shocks now but Im just to lazy to take it out...lol. But I also run my car with alot of droop like 3mm+. So that also depends on your driving style. For rubber tires you can get away with the .060 in the rear and I would say a .030 in the front...the .060 in the front might be ok.
  • Thanks Kevin, I understand on the vacation time.... i'll try to find some packaging when I get back home and see, but if you can weigh a gear that'd be hella cool
  • The Gear adapter Kevin is talking about weighs .1 gram on my scale. That includes 4 screws and 1 bearing that goes inside.

    Kraig
    KT Hobbies
  • do you carry those Kraig?

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