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Old 08-29-2005, 07:47 PM   #7516
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Did losi ever come out with 2 deg. rear hubs? Because I just got Andrew Grays carpet setup and it calls for 2deg. rear hubs. Or am I just reading it wrong?

No we have not...sorry! Its on the the to do list.
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Old 08-29-2005, 07:48 PM   #7517
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That is a good setup, but maybe possibly dated.

Todd (and Matt) should be at Speedworld this coming weekend; so, I will try to update.
Sorry I can not make it....too much going on right now with Vegas right around the corner.
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Old 08-29-2005, 08:08 PM   #7518
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PookyT, YHM, and the money has been sent. Thanks again guy.
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Old 08-29-2005, 08:41 PM   #7519
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No we have not...sorry! Its on the the to do list.
Todd or anyone else that can answer, how should I run the setup than if it calls for 2deg. of out board toe? And how different will the chassis react?
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Todd or anyone else that can answer, how should I run the setup than if it calls for 2deg. of out board toe? And how different will the chassis react?
Andy....Run the 1deg rear block and 1deg hubs....this will get you as close as you can with out the 2deg hubs. With out the 2 deg hubs the car will just transfer more weight to the front of the car.
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Old 08-29-2005, 08:53 PM   #7521
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thanks kevin, will I be seeing you at IRP on sat.?
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Yes I will be there.....are you running foams or rubber? The pics of the place look really nice. And that carpet they got is from the same run as the Vegas race so if you are heading out there it will be a great chance to get some practice before hand.
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Old 08-29-2005, 09:55 PM   #7523
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LoL, I'm in western maryland, in a small town, but I travel to Hanover PA to an indoor asphalt facility called R/C Outfitters. They run a really great program there.
Yeah I wish I would have known about that place before I moved all the way out here in UT. I'm formally of York and found out I had two really nice indoor tracks with in a half hour of where I lived. Hanover for onroad and Etters for off. Almost makes me want to move back, NAAAHHH!!!
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Or, keep coming west young Yeti...
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Or, keep coming west young Yeti...
Thanks for the compliment, not that young!! UT is as far west as I'm moving, been skiing in CA and the conditions are not much better then back east!! Got to stay here for the POWDER SNOW!!
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Thanks for the compliment, not that young!! UT is as far west as I'm moving, been skiing in CA and the conditions are not much better then back east!! Got to stay here for the POWDER SNOW!!
Yeti...How dare you belittle our Sierra Cement by comparing it to "ice skating" in the East. We fall somewhere inbetween and do occasionally have our moments of great skiing.

Now, mountain biking is another matter. You have Moab Slickrock and we have Tahoe and the Sierras. Tie, baby with a zip for East.
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sorry my mistake, isn't there a tc3 hub you can use?


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Yeti...How dare you belittle our Sierra Cement by comparing it to "ice skating" in the East. We fall somewhere inbetween and do occasionally have our moments of great skiing.

Now, mountain biking is another matter. You have Moab Slickrock and we have Tahoe and the Sierras. Tie, baby with a zip for East.
Can't comment on the mountainbike riding there since I have never been. Riding here is not bad either. I have not been to Moab yet since I have been here, locals claim it is highly overrated!!

Sierra cement is pretty much the way to sum it up. But it is nice that you guys get the cement and I get the Powder!!
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I'll take the eastern singletrack anyday!
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Ive just built my JRXS and took it out for its first outing on the weekend. I had set it up using Josh Numan Reedy Race 2005 setup. The car was really loose in the rear. Any suggestions of what I should try next????

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