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Old 08-30-2005, 02:58 PM   #7531
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You could try the Skuba Steve Setup

Seriously though... you can try adding more negative camber in the rear... more to out in the front... raise the rear ride height by 0.5 mm ...
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Old 08-30-2005, 07:12 PM   #7532
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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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We you using the BK Brackets on your front and rear arms?
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I'll take the eastern singletrack anyday!
Have you been to Moab or Tahoe amigo???
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Old 08-30-2005, 09:21 PM   #7534
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We you using the BK Brackets on your front and rear arms?
No I dont have BK stuff. Does it make alot of difference??

What is the difference between a diff and a spool?? The kit comes with a diff not a spool, right?? Is the spool sold seperately??
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Old 08-30-2005, 09:39 PM   #7535
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If you have owned the xxx-s car, the spool pads that losi makes for that car will work with the new car. I made my own cutting out two pads from the card that came on the top of the package of springs I bought, and it's really tight. I like running a spool in the JRX-S. It handles it very well, not like other cars were as soon as you install a spool in the front, it pushes like a sled in the winter snow. Just my .02.
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You can convert your diff to a spool by using sand paper like disks in the diff. You remove the balls insert the the disks and presto-changeo, you have a spool. The spool pads are the same ones avail for the xxxs.
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If you have owned the xxx-s car, the spool pads that losi makes for that car will work with the new car. I made my own cutting out two pads from the card that came on the top of the package of springs I bought, and it's really tight. I like running a spool in the JRX-S. It handles it very well, not like other cars were as soon as you install a spool in the front, it pushes like a sled in the winter snow. Just my .02.
So your saying you can cut out two bits of cardboard the same size as the pads in the diff already, then take out the balls and pads put in the cardboard pads, reassemble and that a spool??
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I'll take the eastern singletrack anyday!
Eastern single track in my opinion is way harder then the stuff they call single track out here. I honestly thing riding is easier out here except for the altitude thing. Only good thing is you rarely see wet trails here where I'm at in UT.
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Eastern single track in my opinion is way harder then the stuff they call single track out here. I honestly thing riding is easier out here except for the altitude thing. Only good thing is you rarely see wet trails here where I'm at in UT.
Only wet stuff in UT is snow...And that's pretty dry
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Only wet stuff in UT is snow...And that's pretty dry
Dry snow is GOOD SNOW!!! You did say you were going to be in LV, right? Know you said you are not racin.
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Now have just decided to attend this weekend's Region 12 Regionals at Speedworld. Can still buy a lot of good stuff for what I would spend going to LV. As someone indicated earlier, $24/minute to race at LV is pretty out there...And I would probably spend more than what they budgeted...
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Now have just decided to attend this weekend's Region 12 Regionals at Speedworld. Can still buy a lot of good stuff for what I would spend going to LV. As someone indicated earlier, $24/minute to race at LV is pretty out there...And I would probably spend more than what they budgeted...
Come on Bill, what other time are you going to be able to attend an international race such as this so close to home?!!!
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What? The Reedy Race was it for me!
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This is going to put the reedy race to shame =)

24 bucks a minute, It's all about atmosphere, and hanging out with friends in a place cooler then aliso viejo (or however you spell it.

It's about good times,
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There's nothing "cool" about Las Vegas in the month of September...
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