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Old 05-03-2013, 08:48 AM
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Cristian,

Do you have any springs that are compatible with the new TRF417V5 Premium shocks?
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Anybody have links to some youtube videos that would help a guy understand setting the roll center and why you would change it?
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Originally Posted by snoopyrc View Post
Anybody have links to some youtube videos that would help a guy understand setting the roll center and why you would change it?
not sure if this will help you, not youtube, but very helpful...:

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http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...2012-a-75.html
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Originally Posted by Jeff Cuffs View Post
Run a 1/2 mm spacer between the out drive and spool. I think they pinch alil bit when tightened. Loosen it up and see if its free.
Thanks for the tip on this, but that didn't work. The axle is still a press fit, even when the outdrive is completely removed.

CT, are you out there?
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Originally Posted by R Doyel View Post
Thanks for the tip on this, but that didn't work. The axle is still a press fit, even when the outdrive is completely removed.

CT, are you out there?
Christian is at Paved Nats this week, but will be back to the shop Monday.
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Christian is at Paved Nats this week, but will be back to the shop Monday.
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Ran the T4 asphalt springs for the first time today. 17.5TC, green fronts, silver rear, 350 oil all around. Car was dialed! Made my first A-main on pavement. Thanks RSD!!
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Originally Posted by elee32 View Post
Ran the T4 asphalt springs for the first time today. 17.5TC, green fronts, silver rear, 350 oil all around. Car was dialed! Made my first A-main on pavement. Thanks RSD!!
Yep, I highly recommend these springs! They make the car transition through the corners a lot faster than the stock springs. More steering, but still provide good grip throughout! Silver/ Silver works best for me in stock at my track.
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Originally Posted by Bigz84 View Post
not sure if this will help you, not youtube, but very helpful...:

post number 1124
http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...2012-a-75.html
It does help. Thank you. Plus I can print that and pack it in the pit bag.
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Originally Posted by elee32 View Post
Ran the T4 asphalt springs for the first time today. 17.5TC, green fronts, silver rear, 350 oil all around. Car was dialed! Made my first A-main on pavement. Thanks RSD!!
What pistons did you use Eric?
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What pistons did you use Eric?
4 hole 1.1mm
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I was able to run your fan mount as well as your new hard bumper for the t4 today for the first time. Both worked flawlessly as expected and I would recommend both. The new bumpers are even better than the last ones! Great products!
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Wow, the new bumper is niiiice....good work Cristian.
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Originally Posted by R Doyel View Post
Thanks for the tip on this, but that didn't work. The axle is still a press fit, even when the outdrive is completely removed.

CT, are you out there?
I don't know if this helps or not, but I had the same problem with older axles, once I put new ones in they fit fine,
I think the older axles get slightly out of round with age. A quick hit with the wet and dry on older axles where they were rubbing and they were also fine.

Just ordered a couple of sets of DCJ's, does anyone know of any other manufacturer's hex wheel clamp and pins fit ??? Cristian was out of stock

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Beth, any industry standard M2x10 pins will work as well as hex clamps. So hpi, xray, tamiya, etc will do the job.

We will have more in about 10 days.
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