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Old 07-12-2005, 08:06 PM   #6556
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Old 07-12-2005, 08:13 PM   #6557
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They are available...Had mine for about a month now.
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hello just git a new jrxs ......put it together .......do i neew swat bars for aspalt racing ......and where do i put the esc ?.....i got a gtx can i mount it on top plate in front of the back diff ? ...and what do i need to do to the car ?
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Old 07-12-2005, 08:26 PM   #6559
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You don't need sway bars for asphalt racing. I believe Numan didn't use any on his Reedy ROC setup. Mount the ESC on the bottom plate to the left of the battery.
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And the BK brackets...
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hello just git a new jrxs ......put it together .......do i neew swat bars for aspalt racing ......and where do i put the esc ?.....i got a gtx can i mount it on top plate in front of the back diff ? ...and what do i need to do to the car ?
Look at the suggested layout picture on the Losi website.
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i looked at the web site ......it's just my esc fits on nicely on the top deck ......ok i'll conform .........also on the jrxs web site .....they have a weight hanging from the front whats this for ?
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Has anyone run the Numan setup on a low grip asphault track?
Randy I have run it on one low bite asphalt track and 6 times on our normal med. bite track. It to me feels great on the low to med. bite surfaces. I have had to tune more for when the traction comes up to free the car up. Hope this helps

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papdocks, you like it better with the weight of the ESC on the lower chassis plate.

I like the Numan set up on every track i've been to so far. It has good steering, better corner speed and is easy to drive fast. I use my dual rate to adjust steering feel for different tracks more then changing the suspension, but of course on some tracks a big difference comes from droop, camber settings and ride height. The rest of the adjustments stay put pretty much.

For lower traction add some droop and ride height, for high bite, run a little less ride height and less droop to add response.............Jim
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I just need a base setup for those outdoor tracks, havent had the chance to drive Josh's car outdoors, only a couple laps at SoCal when it was stock I think, still had a front diff, really impressive handling though. After seeing how much steering BK always has I cant wait to try out that setup as well.

Got the Hitec race coming up at the end of the month, and that is a low bite parking lot surface, I'm sure BK and Steve will be there for the setup help, and last I talked to Josh he wanted to go as well.
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Randy, the spool made all the difference in the world for me, so if his car felt decent with the diff, should be cool.

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Yes, spool with 41T pulley on the front...
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Yes, spool with 41T pulley on the front...
I run a 41 on front no matter what I'm using lol.
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