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Old 07-09-2005, 08:28 PM   #2701
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Old 07-09-2005, 08:48 PM   #2702
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Old 07-10-2005, 05:47 AM   #2703
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Old 07-10-2005, 06:19 AM   #2704
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Does anyone have the part number of the Tamiya 3 hole shock pistons? How about some info on where to find a .055" drill bit?!?
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Old 07-10-2005, 06:28 AM   #2705
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What's the difference/effects between the top and bottom camber row. Also if you run the links short, medium, long.
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Old 07-10-2005, 08:57 AM   #2706
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Does anyone have the part number of the Tamiya 3 hole shock pistons? How about some info on where to find a .055" drill bit?!?
I have all those small drill bits because I also do modeltrains, if your LHShas a train department look there,that's where I got mine
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Old 07-10-2005, 10:08 AM   #2707
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What's the difference/effects between the top and bottom camber row. Also if you run the links short, medium, long.
Generally if you use the bottom row of holes you get a bit more body roll, and camber change. If you use the top row, there is less body roll, less camber change, and a little more initial grip.

If you shorten the link it makes that end of the car have more initial grip, and generally makes the car more responsive. But around the middle of the corner you will notice the car will tend to break traction much easier, and a bit more violently. Usually you'll notice less body roll as well.

If you lengthen the camber link you will have more body roll and a little more overall grip. Feels really smooth and stuck around the corner. If you break traction it tends to be nice and smooth, so it's easy to correct. Hope this helps out a bit.

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Old 07-10-2005, 11:15 AM   #2709
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Thanks Korey that helps explain why rear end seems to break away coming out of turns.
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Old 07-10-2005, 08:17 PM   #2710
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Does anyone have the part number of the Tamiya 3 hole shock pistons? How about some info on where to find a .055" drill bit?!?
Stormer stock a "Racers Edge" finger drill set for $7.95 us.

Hope this helps

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had a great weekend tqed and won both stock and 19turn at our trophy race. cant wait to go back to carpet, both cars worked extremely well. this car never stops amazing me
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Good job Jeff. I ran at HTUSA Frederick indoor asphalt track Saturday and the RDX really liked indoor asphalt too! Fast and predicatable.
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i am planning on making the Beat the Heat race in Memphis, and i am looking for some good asphalt/rubber setups... they are using the nitro track, which is HUGE, on rubber tires, and am thinking 'bout Mod.

i thought i ordered a spool on my last order but it is missing on my invoice.... are they out of stock?
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had a great weekend tqed and won both stock and 19turn at our trophy race. cant wait to go back to carpet, both cars worked extremely well. this car never stops amazing me
Great job Jeff! Do you have a Tekin ESC wedged in the car? If so, how did you get it in there?
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i am planning on making the Beat the Heat race in Memphis, and i am looking for some good asphalt/rubber setups... they are using the nitro track, which is HUGE, on rubber tires, and am thinking 'bout Mod.

i thought i ordered a spool on my last order but it is missing on my invoice.... are they out of stock?
Give Jeff Brown's setup a try. Works pretty well on all the asphalt tracks Ive been to with some minor tweaking.

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