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Old 03-10-2005, 12:49 PM   #2746
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Any word on if they have shipped yet ?
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Old 03-10-2005, 12:54 PM   #2747
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Nope... not yet.
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Old 03-10-2005, 01:32 PM   #2748
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Here is what Todd said a few days ago.
Thanks Kevin K, forgot about that post...
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Randy-youve got a lot of experience tuning different cars. Can you help me understand the relationship between the angle of the camber links to the amount of side bite generated by the tires?

In other words-lets say in the back-if you run the link angled down to the inner pivot point-or flat to the innner pivot point (inner ballstud raised). Ignore discusion of roll center-just what it feel slike on the track. And again on the front of the car as well.

Anyone else can answer as well.
To be honest I really dont mess with it much at all, the only changes I really make would be to add shims underneath the hub carrier ballstud to alter the RC there.

I imagine that the more angle you have on the rear link would generate more camber at the end of the turn and induce more bite on that end than having a flat turnbuckle, and the front would be opposite having more entry bite, but again, it's really not something I've played with much.
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Old 03-10-2005, 08:25 PM   #2750
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Well tomarrow should be the day its shipped lets just keep our fingers crossed!
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Old 03-10-2005, 09:13 PM   #2751
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If not tomorrow...

Considering they are leaving for the US Champs on Monday (per Todd), we may go awhile without much word.

Oops! Am I fueling the fire? Hope not!

If Matt has the car at Stockton for the California Carpet Champs anytime this weekend, I will take pics.

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I wouldnt start biting them now Greg...
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Greg,

You are going to need them for assembling the new car...
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I have exercised some great disapline. The Losi mini-t pro keeps talking to me at work. So does that dang XXX4 G+.........But nope I have made it this far.......Purchased that new ICE charger to hold my urges....Figured i needed a new charger...LOL...That has kept me busy...kinda.......
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Time for a Spektrum system...to help alay those pangs of losing it...he, he...
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XXXS Bill- See ya on Saturday.....LOL
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XXXS Bill- See ya on Saturday.....LOL
I wish I could make it up for the race, but lack of planning, and carpet equipment is keeping me home. I'll try for the races later this year and in 06.
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I wish I could make it up for the race, but lack of planning, and carpet equipment is keeping me home. I'll try for the races later this year and in 06.
Randy,

A "dream trip package deal" for NorCal would be Friday night at Gilroy, Saturday morning at Speedworld, Saturday night at Ripon and Sunday at either RCCAR or Santa Cruz; and then...drive home to San Diego. That would be an Iron Man competition of sorts.
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I was just talkin about the Stockton race
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