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Old 12-30-2002, 11:03 PM   #541
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What is the best for a little and with a lot of hard corners,and not so much grip??? Which is the best set-up?? I tried with one-way and was really difficult to brake (I know one-way, in front ). It's possible to use a front ball diff?? Wich is their part number??
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Martinm: Oh... I find myself can brake "softly" if running with front one-way only... I think you can reduce the brake of your ESC. I think there is a package of ball differentials... I'll check for you then!
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Martinm: Oh... I find myself can brake "softly" if running with front one-way only... I think you can reduce the brake of your ESC. I think there is a package of ball differentials... I'll check for you then!

Wich setup can I use to start?? I have tryed with take off 22 and the book setup. Any idea??

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Old 01-05-2003, 08:36 AM   #544
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what do you mean JDM_DOHC_SiR???
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Wich setup can I use to start?? I have tryed with take off 22 and the book setup. Any idea??

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Oh, here is my running set-up last Saturday. It works pretty work in my local track, which is an asphalt, technical and medium size track:

Spring: 1.4x5.50 front/rear
Oil: yokomo #450 f/r
(Adjust oil/air mixture so the dampers rebound very slowly.)

Damper length: 59.5/63.5mm f/r
Rebound: 2.0/5.0mm (adjusted by down-stop screws)
(Assume tire radius=31.0mm)

Roll bar: 1.2/1.2mm f/r
Ride height: 4.5/5.0mm f/r

Toe: -1.0/2.5 degree f/r
Camber: -0.5/-0.5 degree f/r

Upper arms on uppermost holes of front/rear hubs
Upper arms height: approx. 2.0/5.0mm above upper chasis

Damper holes: 3rd outermost f/r
Lever: 60/75%

Front skid: 0.5mm below front A-arms
Rear anti-squat: 0

9-Turn motor
72 spur gear
22 pinion gear

no centre one-way
hard A-arms

Please correct me if I miss out anything!
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Thax I will try this setup!!!
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to counter torque steer where do i need to put weight??
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to counter torque steer where do i need to put weight??
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I think we can place weight on the motor side as those electronics should be lighter than the battery! But I'm not sure will this makes torque steer even worser...
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i need 2 sets of steering knuckles .....i complete ball diff ,a few sets of red alum axles ..and 2 of the alum transponder mounts i see on most of the alex cars
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I think we can place weight on the motor side as those electronics should be lighter than the battery! But I'm not sure will this makes torque steer even worser...
fai - any idea how much so i put when using 2400/3000 batts??i dont have any tweak station nor a scale...so if u could give me an estimation of weight i could trial and error from there
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fai - any idea how much so i put when using 2400/3000 batts??i dont have any tweak station nor a scale...so if u could give me an estimation of weight i could trial and error from there
Ian: Oh, it really depends on what electronics we're using. For me, I run 9402 servo, LRP V7.1, KO reciever and Sanyo 3300: so, I approx. put 10g in front of servo, 10g next to motor (chasis edge side) and finally 20g near LRP (nearly centre)!
I think you can reduce my weight suggestions a little bit as you're running 2400/3000 batts.!
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I use an Excel chassis on my normal cuda and for the weight dist` with the 3000 Panasonics I usually put 10g right in front of the motor and thats it but before with the normal chassis I used a set up very simillar to Fai`s but without the weight in front of the servo

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