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Old 08-07-2005, 01:32 PM   #7201
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Get Off My Thread HeX-Ray Boy!!!!! LMAO If I have to start making PK brackets for you X-Ray guys the price has just Doubled!!!!

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Are the BK shock mounts the same as the xxxs? If not, where are you guys gettin them from?
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Old 08-07-2005, 02:35 PM   #7203
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Gotta be careful pookyt, im sure your using adequate eye protection as well! LOL... Yeah the CF wheels are awesome, i havent cut myself with them but I have splentered a few lol.
Actually I do wear my safety glasses and wear an apron to cover my legs. Just need to get some Mechanix gloves I guess. Dude, I'm on my 3rd cut off wheel combo pack from Walmart! Its got 1 tube each of the reg cut off wheels and HD cut off wheels plus 6 of the mondo wheels and 4 of the fiber ones. I have so many pieces of broken cut off wheels on and around my table that it looks like I got hit by a sand storm!!! Thats almost true!! HEHE

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POOKYT I'm hurt you wouldn't make a pair for me.After all the help and food I have given you. Would the PK brackets work on an XRAY?
I guess I could work out a set for ya and use yours as a test set. Ya just had to use the BBQ card didn't ya?

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Old 08-07-2005, 02:47 PM   #7205
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Are the BK shock mounts the same as the xxxs? If not, where are you guys gettin them from?
The BK shock brackets every body is talking about for the JRXS are for the lower shock mounting postions on the arm. Right now we are amking them ourselves but soon Losi will have a new arm out with the mounting positions made into them.

Myself and I think one other dude are making these brackets for others too if you need some.

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I guess I could work out a set for ya and use yours as a test set. Ya just had to use the BBQ card didn't ya?

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Yes I did. But with my driving style do you think I'd really notice a difference.
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Old 08-07-2005, 02:52 PM   #7207
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Yes I did. But with my driving style do you think I'd really notice a difference.
Only if your car seems like it reacts too quickly for you to be consistant.

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The BK shock brackets every body is talking about for the JRXS are for the lower shock mounting postions on the arm. Right now we are amking them ourselves but soon Losi will have a new arm out with the mounting positions made into them.

Myself and I think one other dude are making these brackets for others too if you need some.

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Have any pics? Thanks for the info. I thought you guys were refering to the shock mounts ( stand offs ) on the tower.
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Old 08-07-2005, 06:28 PM   #7209
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Sorry for all the questions, I don't have the car yet. Its still in the hands of the post man Should have Mon or Tues. Can't wait to run it. Going to a fairly big indoor asphalt race to make it's debut. I'll have to take Yok's just incase.
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Heres a pic of the bars from Pookyt.
Here you go Rob!

http://www.rctech.net/forum/attachme...chmentid=81992

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Have any pics? Thanks for the info. I thought you guys were refering to the shock mounts ( stand offs ) on the tower.
Here's a shot of the brackets on the rear arm.
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Thanks Bro! I had to go back and hijack Ray's pics! LOL

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When lowering the rear diff what does that do ? I race the car today and it was ok but i couldnt over drive it or take fast corners or ill spin out and I tried putting a sway bar making the front stiffer .. adding drop and so on and still was doing the same thing.. anyone know why its doing this?
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Old 08-07-2005, 09:01 PM   #7214
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Default Sway bar set up for carpet

Lets talk some foam tire set ups for carpet for a minute.

Where is a good place to start on the rear sway bar. I am going to try the set up from Parma (Cicarello) and am not sure what his sway bar link lenths are or at least a good starting point, also about where on the sway bar is he setting the stiffness at.

Or if someone has some input on where they are currently running that would help me out.

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Im a bit stumped and hope someone can clarify a setting on the Brian Kinwald Socal setup sheet for the JRX-S. On the rear shock tower the tierod is set to position 6 but my tierods seem to be to long in this setting and they are screwed in all the way. Should they be cut short to work in this position?

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