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Old 08-05-2005, 07:56 PM   #7171
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I would like to know who makes/sell red alu. servo posts? and red alu spur gear adaptor?
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I think everyone runs overdrive at SoCal, at least on all the cars Ive seen.
SoCal is a totally unique experience; so, that explains it.
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I would like to know who makes/sell red alu. servo posts? and red alu spur gear adaptor?
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Trinity does the servo mounts. Same ones as used on the XXX-S and that is how they are packaged.

PRP does the red spur gear adapters. Very pretty; but, I had alignment issues with my current selection of pinions. Just sittin' in my parts box.
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Old 08-05-2005, 08:14 PM   #7174
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Just snapped some random pics of my jrx-s.
Randy, where do you get the blue screw kit from?
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Old 08-05-2005, 08:19 PM   #7175
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SoCal is a totally unique experience; so, that explains it.
I have always ran overdrive on my XXXS and now with my JRXS as well. I just like the way the car works with it. If a track as a ton of 180's then I would think about changing it but for the most part on rubber or foam....spool, diff or 1way I always run a 41t front pulley...just my $.02 on that.
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That would look wicked .... got any photo's of that.... talk about cutting a rug....
I can't remember who posted it but it was a month or so ago. He said it looks like a table saw blade! LOL

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I can't remember who posted it but it was a month or so ago. He said it looks like a table saw blade! LOL

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That would be the M.I.A Rob Love who said that....but really the 130 doesnt stick out that far....its like just a tick past the chassis. You would need to stand on the car for that to actually come in contact with carpet. Now a corner dot or a corner berm thats another story it would come in contact with that.
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Old 08-05-2005, 09:22 PM   #7178
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Man, i'd have guessed a TC3/4 guy, who hadn't looked closely at their own car yet to notice it looks like a "blender" cut in half and painted black from the top........, Jim
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Old 08-05-2005, 10:46 PM   #7179
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For those who wanted a setup, heres what I ran at snowbirds. If someone can hook me up with a way to edit the actual setup sheet I'll do that, but for now this is it.

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60wt, 60 spring, 60 piston, 2 o-rings in bladder, 6 degree castor, 2 degree antidive, low camber link, shocks all the way in, low diff, tower, and roll center, 1 degree front pivot, 1mm droop, Ackerman postion 1 w/ 1 .030 washer, LCD's, front diff tight w/ brown grease, arms spaced middle

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60wt, 25 spring, 56 piston, 2 o-rings in bladder, 2 degree hubs, 0 degree pivot, Low roll center, 4-A camber link w/ .060 under ballstud, shocks outside on arm, #2 on tower, arms spaced middle, 1.5mm droop

Body- Parma Alfa
Motor- Trinity Cobalt 7x1 geared 128/25.. in 19-turn I ran 128/38.
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I think this is it.. if anyone is filling this out on a sheet and I forgot something let me know.
you mean this one????
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Oli--The 128 spur is 51.60 mm in diameter. A couple of carpet guys have run a 130 spur but it hangs a lil under the chassis. Hope this helps

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Cheers, thats exactly what I needed to know

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Oli your welcome! I'm just glad my calipers have a metric conversion button! Good Luck.

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Oli your welcome! I'm just glad my calipers have a metric conversion button! Good Luck.

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Ah ha! Cheatin' agin' bro.
SHHHHHHH!!!!!! Ya big tatle tail!!!!

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If any of the JRXS guys are looking for a way to warmup for the Vegas race, we are having a 1-day carept event on Saturday September 17th in Hutchinson, KS. Then on Sunday we will keep the doors open for testing and tuning with the timing system turned on. Our carpet is less than a year old and is the CRC Ozite stuff. Should be a fun weekend. Here is the flyer if you are interested.

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