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Old 03-23-2004, 06:37 AM
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Originally posted by James Nguyen
Doesn't anyone on here sleep anymore?
James,

Not with those Aussie and NZ guys from Down Under. This board is 24 hour.

And wife is out of town...Hmmmm, is RC Tech racing tonight? Not!

Yawn...
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Old 03-23-2004, 08:06 AM
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hey guys, how do get rid of an offpower push? My hole seup is awesome, just when i get into the really tight section, i push to bad, and i lose alot of ground. Heres my setup..
FRONT
Oil-40 weight
Springs- orange(losi
Droop- Still unknown(don't know how, no tools, shock eyelet unscrewed 1mm
Tires- plaid
Sauce- 1/2 inside, Corally gripper.
Arms- Back
Pivot- 0r
R/C- losi low
Ackerman- old style chassis, no adjust
Pistons- orange
BACK
Oil- 50 weight
Springs- black(losi
Droop- eyelet all the way in, still unkown
tires- purple
Pistons- black
sauce- full tire- corally gripper
Arms- back
Pivot- 2r
R/C- losi low, ground off a bit(not much)
Battery foward
Ride hieght- 4mm
Proto stratus2 body
plenty of D/R in it, more than i've ever had in it.
Differentials all around
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Old 03-23-2004, 08:35 AM
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Set your car anitdive
and more upright shock position
50 WT is too thick for the rear try 40 or 35wt
4 deg caster block ..good luck
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Old 03-23-2004, 09:00 AM
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You could also try saucing 3/4 of the tire, and unscrewing the shock eyelet 1 more turn on the rear.
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Old 03-23-2004, 09:15 AM
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i've tryed 40 weight all around, that made the car way to twitchy. Yes, i knew i would forget some things...
Front caster blocks-4 degree
Rear Caster blocks- 0 degree
Shocks front and back are on #2 hole, using stock graphite towers
Eyelets are on outside bottom holes
Camber rods(turnbuckles) are longest possible.
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Old 03-23-2004, 09:25 AM
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Hi XXX-S owners,

My name is Jason and our shop will be ordering some XXX-S hop-ups. Any particular hop-ups or parts you'd like to be seeing? I will be ordering them from GPM Racing Products.
Below is a list of hop-ups for the XXX-S. Just pick the ones you'd like us to carry.


ALLOY FRONT MAIN BLOCK + INNER PIVOT - 2 DEG
ALLOY FRONT MAIN BLOCK + INNER PIVOT-0/4 DEG
ALLOY REAR MAIN BLOCK + INNER PIVOT - 2 DEG
ALLOY REAR MAIN BLOCK + INNER PIVOT-0/4 DEG
ALLOY STANDARD DRIVE ADAPTOR-4PCS
ALLOY WHEEL ADAPTOR+0'RINGS-4PCS
ALLOY SPUR GEAR ADAPTOR
ALLOY 9FIN MOTOR CLAMP HEAT SINK-(30MM)
ALLOY C-HUB SET-1PR (0 DEG)
ALLOY C-HUB SET-1PR (2 DEG)
ALLOY C-HUB SET-1PR (4 DEG)
ALLOY BEARING C-HUB WITH BUSHING (0 DEG)
ALLOY BEARING C-HUB WITH BUSHING (2 DEG)
ALLOY BEARING C-HUB WITH BUCHING (4 DEG)
ALLOY FRONT KNUCKLE ARM - 1PR
ALLOY REAR KNUCKLE ARM SET - 1PR
ALLOY SERVO MOUNT SET - 2 PCS
ALLOY MOUNT CLAMP
STEEL FRONT ONEWAY SET(4X8)
ALLOY BEARING STEERING-1 SET
ALLOY DRAG LINK
ALLOY FRONT ARM - 1PR
ALLOY REAR ARM - 1PR
ALLOY BATTERY HOLD DOWN STRAPE - 1SET
ALLOY COMPLETED TIE ROD+BALL JOINT - 3PRS
TITANIUM COMPLETED TIE ROD + BALL JOINT - 3PRS
URETHANE FOAM BUMPER
ALLOY FRONT BODY POST - 1PR SET
ALLOY REAR BODY POST- 1PR SET
ALLOY FRONT/REAR UNIVERSAL SWING SHAFT - 1PR(CVD)
ALLOY+STEEL FRONT/REAR UNIVERSAL SWING SHAFT - 1PR(CVD)
STEEL FRONT/REAR UNIVERSAL SWING SHAFT - 1PR(CVD)



Best regards
Jason
www.Asiatees.com
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Old 03-23-2004, 09:40 AM
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Sure would be nice to see pics of the xxxs products.....and what colors they come in.

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Old 03-23-2004, 09:44 AM
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Originally posted by pro3racer
i've tryed 40 weight all around, that made the car way to twitchy. Yes, i knew i would forget some things...
Front caster blocks-4 degree
Rear Caster blocks- 0 degree
Shocks front and back are on #2 hole, using stock graphite towers
Eyelets are on outside bottom holes
Camber rods(turnbuckles) are longest possible.
Take a look at pics of Todd Hodges car in his thread, by your setup I'm assuming you are running on carpet. Drill some holes in the front shock tower for your camber links so they have a high roll center. You may also want to shorten the links to get the car to roll in a little more as well.
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Old 03-23-2004, 09:52 AM
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thanks, i thought my camber links where the problem, i'll shorten them up, and some more sauce, and i might try some different r/c's and report back, thanks guys.
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Old 03-23-2004, 09:56 AM
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asiatees: how about some long belt kits?

are you going to be listing those xxx-s parts on ebay? i just noticed you have some nice XXX-T hop ups on there
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Old 03-23-2004, 09:59 AM
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Originally posted by pro3racer
thanks, i thought my camber links where the problem, i'll shorten them up, and some more sauce, and i might try some different r/c's and report back, thanks guys.
Give it a shot, we'll be here to help if you need more...
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Old 03-23-2004, 10:29 AM
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The GPM front knuckle arms and cvds I have are blue. I like them.. Jason I have some questions. I see GPM list 3 different cvds? The Alloy ones.Which are the ones I have.The axle is polished. But I don't know what the axle is made of?(Alloy) Alloy + steel? Steel meaning steel axle? Then Steel set meaning the whole cvd is made of steel? Thanks
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Old 03-23-2004, 10:45 AM
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EddieO: Thats a good question. What colors do you prefer. They have blue, purple and silver.

NVisible: Do you have any information on the long belt kit to send to me? When our stuff are in stock we will list them on ebay too.
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Old 03-23-2004, 10:57 AM
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akrcracer: If your axles are polised they must be made of alloy. The alloy + steel means the axle is alloy, you can anodize it in any color. The rest is made of steel and is a natural silver color.

I've attached a picture for reference.

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Old 03-23-2004, 11:41 AM
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anodised purple is very nice!
as for long belt kits try:
http://www.teamlosi.com/newprod/2004..._drivebelt.htm
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