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Old 07-14-2005, 08:25 PM   #6601
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I havent even mounted anything on the chassis yet, just put my battery pack in the cell tray and they dont align. My aluminum tray should be here sat though so no worries.
Which batteries are you trying?
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Leave a pack in place for awhile so that the foam can adapt in shape to the cells in the pack.

I still prefer to use the original plastic tray for my 3300/3600 packs and the aluminum tray for the 3700/3800 packs. When I place a 3300/3600 pack into the new aluminum tray the first cell doesn't appear to be well supported. My 3300/3600 packs will eventually be phased out anyway.

It is important to have filed enough from the last cell slot in the chassis to make everything perfect. The last cell should be flush with the bottom of the chassis.

Filing (dremeling) the f/r slots for the drivetrain pulleys is the other must if you want to run the diffs in the low position.

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<Runs out of room> Dremeling, dremeling, dremeling.

Actually, it's too hot in my garage; so, I am slacking off and watching today's Tour de France action on my Tivo.
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My pre biult Fusion 3300's fit the tray Perfectly! It only takes a tiny bit of variation in the assembly to make them shift up off the tray, but the aluminum one wil ven fix that.

I have the aluminum tray, but since we can't run anything over 3300 here, it hasn't seen any use yet.........Jim
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My pre biult Fusion 3300's fit the tray Perfectly! It only takes a tiny bit of variation in the assembly to make them shift up off the tray, but the aluminum one wil ven fix that.

I have the aluminum tray, but since we can't run anything over 3300 here, it hasn't seen any use yet.........Jim
And I haven't been to an event in NorCal this year that didn't allow us to use the newer batteries. We only have the ROAR regionals in a couple months to worry about that issue.
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Old 07-14-2005, 09:36 PM   #6606
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Just figured you guys might want my general setup that I have been running pretty much everywhere lately...

Let me know if you guys have any questions here or on my thread and I'll do my best to answer them as quickly as possible!
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SteveO??? Thanks for posting that set-up. 2 questions:

1 What does the moving of the bellcranks back do?? Does this just involve drilling two new holes and countersinking?

2 Can you guys make those set-up sheets a little easier to read?

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Moving the belcranks back 0.150" alters the ackerman of the car... it's essentially like having a hole in between the two holes in the steering spindles...this is just a little bit more permenant....

And yeah, all I did was drill two holes in the upper deck, each 0.150" back from the existing hole... no need to countersink it though.
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Moving the belcranks back 0.150" alters the ackerman of the car... it's essentially like having a hole in between the two holes in the steering spindles...this is just a little bit more permenant....

And yeah, all I did was drill two holes in the upper deck, each 0.150" back from the existing hole... no need to countersink it though.
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I can just see PookyT with his 18V Dewalt drill now...
What???? You got a web cam on me or sumthin???? LOL

Holes for bellcranks are in the deck.

Question SteveO????
With my knuckle ball stud in the rear hole and with the bellcranks moved rearward, will this give me even more ackerman? Or will this make like a hole between the two knuckle holes? Thanks

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Just wondering if anyone knows if the Much More Motor Cooler fits without having to take the motor out???
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It's closer to being between the two holes in the steering knuckle.
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Old 07-15-2005, 12:48 AM   #6614
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Just figured you guys might want my general setup that I have been running pretty much everywhere lately...

Let me know if you guys have any questions here or on my thread and I'll do my best to answer them as quickly as possible!
Steve, do you mind if I add that to our data base of setups?

Or can you post it up in the setup section of JRXS
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Just wondering if anyone knows if the Much More Motor Cooler fits without having to take the motor out???
The upper deck is in the way. You could not drive with it on, but you can stick it through the bottom slot You may have to grind a little from the motor hole on the bottom of the chassis.
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