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Old 10-07-2005, 03:35 PM   #8176
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losi man, thanks for the setup sheet, but i cant get it to a size that is readable. how do i resize.
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Old 10-07-2005, 03:42 PM   #8177
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nevermind, i am retarded, just figured it out.,
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Old 10-07-2005, 03:43 PM   #8178
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when it comes up left click there should be a little symbol that comes up that enlarges it
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Old 10-07-2005, 03:49 PM   #8180
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It's legable to me, but standing on my head trying to read it sucks though

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Is Losi making these new brackets or is this a "home" adventure?
Flying solo on this one buddy... these are being made by a local CNC/Welding place that do lazer cutting. it is one of my resources from my real line of work. the original bracket was borrowed from a friend who attended the vegas race and gave me the inspiration to make these.
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Old 10-07-2005, 05:00 PM   #8182
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rob, have u driven this setup, is it a little lose or a little tight? also, whats the jaco equivalent of cyan/magentas, dont have parmas at my lhs
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Old 10-07-2005, 05:18 PM   #8183
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anyone know if francis/easton running the rear-motor chassis at the nats? both have top 5 speed, whatever they are using is apparently working.
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anyone know if francis/easton running the rear-motor chassis at the nats? both have top 5 speed, whatever they are using is apparently working.
I don't know about the chassis they are running yet but I did just look at the standings so far and the Man Gil Jr. busted out a 23 lapper!!!! Not bad for an " old timer" and part time racer! What ever chassis they are running its looking pretty good at the moment.

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In the Nats thread, there is a link to some pictures. If I remember correctly, there are pictures of the Losi team in the pits, and it looks like they are using the rear motored car. At least it looked like Hodge, Francis, and Junior are.
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I think that the setup is fairly descent to start off with. I'm running 50 front spring and 20 rear spring with a .05 bar in the front and a .04 bar in the rear. I believe everything else is the same. Double pink is magenta, Double pink/orange is cyan. I have been tooling on the setup a little, but I can't imagine the car could get any better. I can't decide if I like it better with the sway bars or the stiffer springs. So far this is the best TC I have owned to date.

I forgot that Mimi's is in gathersburg, I new it sounded familar. I think a few of the guys from up there are coming down this weekend to run at DRCW. Debbies is a pretty sweet track, you'll have to try and make it down sometime. I'll be up at Mimi's next Sat. Hopefully, anyways
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What do you mean by shorter bracket? center to center??
The hole spacing between the lower shock mount hole, and the hole to bolt the bracket to the arm. With a 0.25" centre to centre measurement and a 1/8" thick bracket you can fit a 26mm foam on and get full lock if required.

As RobK said, the new arms should address this and 28mm's should be no problem. But how long will we wait....
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yull be there the 15th, huh ill be there as long as i can gewt out of work at my lhs (hobbytown in glen burnie ) thx 4 the setup sounds excellent. real name is mike gee, im 15, so dont look 4 an adult . do u know if it is pre-register, or show up n sign up?
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i would bet it is the rear motored car....
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Old 10-08-2005, 07:24 AM   #8190
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Not sure if it's preregister or not. guess I should find out.
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