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Old 08-04-2005, 08:27 PM   #7141
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Good point Bill, I never have ran that super short link on my car.. too lazy to cut the ballcups, lol
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Old 08-04-2005, 08:30 PM   #7142
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Any of my JRX-S brothers going to the onroad nats?
90% sure I'll be running there.... Hell, I live an hour away and I race there just about every weekend why shouldn't I?
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I need to know who sell's the brackets though...
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Old 08-04-2005, 08:48 PM   #7144
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I need to know who sell's the brackets though...
PM pooky... click the link in my signature...
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Old 08-04-2005, 08:49 PM   #7145
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I need some bk brackets!
PookyT is your man!
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Old 08-04-2005, 08:53 PM   #7146
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Good point Bill, I never have ran that super short link on my car.. too lazy to cut the ballcups, lol
If you are running the brackets and any of the Team Losi setups...

Worth it! Only a few minutes. Do it!
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will that help to free up the rear end? i put a 1* front pivot on the car this past weekend and that did pretty much what i wanted... then something weird happened... the car tightened up in the heat of the day... go figure... lol
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I would have to rely on Todd for an answer to that...He's in Italy.
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Dave and I talked, we think its the difference between sorex36 and rp36, rp is what toastie and his bro were running.
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will that help to free up the rear end? i put a 1* front pivot on the car this past weekend and that did pretty much what i wanted... then something weird happened... the car tightened up in the heat of the day... go figure... lol
The shorter link will most likely just make you a little looser, less stable on that end.
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So how can I make a front spool? Just use regular sand paper, or what?
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So how can I make a front spool? Just use regular sand paper, or what?
Buy these..... https://www.ssl-stormerhobbies.com/c...=ns&pn=LOS3250

and stick them in between the diff rings and the diff pulley. Tighten up and that's it.............

PS> the grit side of the pads face the pulley, not the diff ring.
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Is there any other way, I have a race tonight .... first race with the car! YAY
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Is there any other way, I have a race tonight .... first race with the car! YAY
Your lhs might have the part you need. Or you could ask people in the pit that have a or have had a XXX-s. I have 2 of these sets in my pit bag, and would be willing to sell or give them to a fellow racer in the pits. You might be suprised. lol
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Is there any other way, I have a race tonight .... first race with the car! YAY
Just use JB weld, it held up fine for me, and Josh Numan did the same.
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