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Old 09-02-2005, 06:00 PM   #7576
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I'm running 17.5 springs currently. The shock setup I run is pretty consistent between the brackets and the arm mount. I'll see you at the track and fill you in
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Old 09-02-2005, 06:53 PM   #7577
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Does anyone have a novak gt7 fitted to a jrxs? i want to fit mine but it will overhang the chassis, would it be a good idea to mount it on its side?
hey Bryan ... I have mine mounted flat on the chassis next to the rear belt .. works great !!! also got some wire thing's from radio shack and mounted the wires towards the front for motor hook up ... no need to mount it on its side ...
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Old 09-03-2005, 01:38 AM   #7578
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wanna see how it runs in mod on asfault

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I'm thinking of getting the JRX-S but I keep getting told it's not good running modified motors. Now I only run stock or 19t anyway but I thought I'd see what the view is of people who have used it. I'm told its cause of the really short wishbones. I'm also told it's a good car for carpet but not asphalt.

What do you all think?

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Old 09-03-2005, 02:57 AM   #7579
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Hey Ray I put that Chicky setup on the car and I hope to try it out this week. I ran the Andrew Gray setup Thursday and I was very drivable with a couple of small changes. You are running this setup on carpet right. Later
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Old 09-03-2005, 04:17 AM   #7580
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Can someone please post a pic of their cell connector positions It may have been done but there is a lot of pages here to go through

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Old 09-03-2005, 04:49 AM   #7581
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Can someone please post a pic of their cell connector positions It may have been done but there is a lot of pages here to go through

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where are you in kent
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Old 09-03-2005, 05:08 AM   #7582
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Im near Tonbridge I race at WKRCC
phone me on 01474 705757 eves or come down to Maritime racing on Thurs. evening and check out this great car
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phone me on 01474 705757 eves or come down to Maritime racing on Thurs. evening and check out this great car
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Cool will do What are you running in it?
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Cool will do What are you running in it?
Maritime run on carpet/27t with most people useing slicks, gets about 70 drivers most weeks, Nathan Parker TQd last week with his JRX, I was 3rd In the B.trust me the racing is HOT!
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Guys

I'm thinking of getting the JRX-S but I keep getting told it's not good running modified motors. Now I only run stock or 19t anyway but I thought I'd see what the view is of people who have used it. I'm told its cause of the really short wishbones. I'm also told it's a good car for carpet but not asphalt.

What do you all think?

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I run my jrxs on both carpet and pavement, and couldn't be any happier with it on both. Definetly my favorite car so far. The only way to see if you like it is drive one for yourself.
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Has anyone tried taking off the 4 chassis support posts off yet(to increase traction-I think)?

Just wanting to know how to increase the lateral traction of the car - without losing front end grip (steering). (I'm using Josh Numan's setup)
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Has anyone tried taking off the 4 chassis support posts off yet(to increase traction-I think)?

Just wanting to know how to increase the lateral traction of the car - without losing front end grip (steering). (I'm using Josh Numan's setup)
yes tried that thursday night on carpet felt realy good, just a little less edgy
I must say that this car is fantastic! and is the best cept secret in the UK at the moment, in some ways I hope nobody else buys them, as I'm just begining to kick some ass with mine
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Geoff , Which setup are you using and is it foams?

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