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Old 04-29-2005, 06:49 AM   #4621
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Where do I get a counter sink and what size do I need.
Home Depot, 82 degrees (which I think is all Home Depot sells) is the standard screws.
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Old 04-29-2005, 06:50 AM   #4622
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Old 04-29-2005, 07:17 AM   #4623
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Alright, finally got my car loaded with electrics and made all the adjustments. Now I just need some nice weather this weekend to race the damn thing!!! I have had this thing for two weeks now and with work and the weather I'm getting anxious to try it out. I have a question, whether Todd or other board members wish to respond. Is there any need for a front one way or spool since the kit is included with a center one of each? I previously ran and still have a XXXS G + and just used the standard diffs in it. So this is new to me as far as the spool and one way is concerned. I read what the spool and one do for the handling of the car and understand that. But I have read where some want a one way in place of the front diff as well as wanting to make a spool in the front as well. I'm a little baffled why you would want to do this given what is included in the kit.
If you have raced with a front diff in your XXX-S and you were successful with it I would say you do not need one. You can play with the center oneway and spool to find the best option for yourself.
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Yes. good question. Is there a 2 degree offset hub? I see in alot of drivers setups they are using 0 degree inboard and 2 degree offset hubs.

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We will have 2 degree hubs in the near future. As for right now I would recommend using 1 degree rear pivot with 1 degree hubs.
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Old 04-29-2005, 07:19 AM   #4625
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We will have 2 degree hubs in the near future. As for right now I would recommend using 1 degree rear pivot with 1 degree hubs.
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My belts look a little warped i havent drove the car yet so im not sure what caused this is this happining on other peoples cars?
Take a hair dryer to the belts while they are on the car. This will help to straighten them out.
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That is the plan!
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That is the plan!
you gonna drag out Richard T with ya ???

aint seen him in along time
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Todd- Just dropping in to say what's up. Catch at the Reedy in about a month.
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can anyone tell me how the batteries slide in? is it from the bottom? the sides? i don't have one and it looks like it could be a pain getting battery packs in and out of there.

Looking to get one. They look SWEET!
click here to see how the battery goes in and out.
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Old 04-29-2005, 08:35 AM   #4631
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Batts. are easy to get in or out. I too thought it would suck but it is REAL smooth and easy..


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I also ran into the same problem with the countersunk holes, and man those tolerances for the "pinned" components, like the top plates are TIGHT, good work. Also having a hard time keeping my oring at the top of the shock from "pushing" out from under the cap, anyone else?
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SOOOO how is this car compared to the Fk05 and the RDX???

How does it preform on the track with those 2 ?
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All i can say is it is damn good.

I will be racing some fk05 and rdx tonight.
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