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Old 10-22-2004, 10:56 AM   #331
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Ray... I run my tires the same diameter front and rear... With the number 4 ride hgt. adj. I run 1.75 front and rear... So i've been going threw all my old tires!!! The tires I ran at the Holloween race were from last year at the nats!! Got my money worth!!! If I start them about 1.78 front and rear by the end of the day I'm at 3mm for the main
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So what your saying is shut-up and get out the truer!!!
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Old 10-22-2004, 10:59 AM   #333
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That's one way of puting it....
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Old 10-25-2004, 05:26 AM   #334
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Jason is back.... where's my chassis????
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LOL - Nice Wayne. Way to keep the pressure on him
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Old 10-25-2004, 07:25 AM   #336
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Wow Wayne, Patience is a..... Well its something stupid Im sure I have none of either. Ya can at least give the guy a chance to wake up and eat some wheaties. I cant wait to get mine on the track and rip up the carpet. You at least have gotten to run the prototypes we all have to sit hear and listen and wait.
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Wayne-been meaning to ask-but keep forgetting-is the BMI rear pod and cross brace a direct fit to the stock L4 chassis?
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Old 10-25-2004, 04:53 PM   #338
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Wayne:

Hi,

do you have any setups for the BMI 1/12th scale car??? I am hoping to get one and Mini will be going from a switchblade (02) to the BMI. I am hoping for one before Cleveland so Mini can get used to it. will be running disks instead of tubes. Also looking for a old Tecnacraft/Paragom floating disk setup.

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Old 10-26-2004, 07:33 AM   #339
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Ray...
No it's not.. Sorry

TimXLB...
Setup:

Front: CRC purple tires, .020 springs, 1 deg. camber, 5 deg. up rights, full Niftech tire traction, servo flat of chassis, 1.78 tire dia.

Rear: CRC Gray tires, #4 ride hgt., 25 wt. shock oil, silver spring, dampening disks with 100 wt. shock oil, thick t-bar, Full niftech tire traction, 1.78 dia. tires.

You don't need the floating system, the new dampner post works great.

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Wayne:


Hi,

Thanks a bunch.
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hhhmmmmmmm-bigger front tires and 5 mounts.... I think I need to start experimenting some more.

Your 12th scale is truly amazing to drive. Its really good off the stright into the teardrop 180.
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Are they done yet....

Are they done yet....

Are they done yet....

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It's like waiting for Christmas.
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Soon little one....

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Ray... If you go bigger tires make sure your chassis is atleast .100 thick or if you have a .085 chassis put shims under the a-arms!! Then glue the edges of the tire
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Are the body mounts in the same spot? I have a new body but dont want to cut it out till I know I wont have to make new holes with the new chassis?
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