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Old 10-13-2005, 03:26 PM   #8281
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So if I'm starting with Paul L.'s setup for mod, and I change from 45 to say 35 wt oil in the back, the car should rotate better? Cuz I'm having problems with it not wanting to rotate when the traction comes up high.
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Old 10-13-2005, 03:46 PM   #8282
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Yes that sort of change worked for me. Give it a try.
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Old 10-13-2005, 03:47 PM   #8283
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Stealth, that will help, you can also remove washers from the rear hub camber link end. Or raise the inside of the rear camber link. An easy change would also be ride height, or static camber, .5 higher in back, or .5 less negative camber then you usually run, etc.................Jim
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Old 10-13-2005, 04:33 PM   #8284
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appreciate the feedback, i bought a ton of spares and springs, etc.. i was talking about aftermarket or anything like that.
i dont think that anybody makes aftermarket parts except the pdub bumper and the spur gear adaptor, possibly colored screws, but nothin major.
run a 128, same as stock
whats the part# for the prs spur gear adaptor?
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Old 10-13-2005, 04:41 PM   #8285
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Hey robk, you had me at hello You had me at hello.
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Old 10-13-2005, 04:42 PM   #8286
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i will post tommorow, i am at work now.
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anybody know the part# for the prs spur gear adaptor???
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Old 10-13-2005, 05:16 PM   #8288
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Hi
Any come accross this one.
When mounting the KO 2143 servo and having a 128 spur and a 41 pinion I have noticed that the thread on the ball stud which is attached to the horn, is rubbing on the Brood C2 motor, looks like I will have to reduce the plastic mounting blocks to move the servo fowards to the front of the car, is this right
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anybody know the part# for the prs spur gear adaptor???
go to www.teameamotorsports.com
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Any come accross this one.
When mounting the KO 2143 servo and having a 128 spur and a 41 pinion I have noticed that the thread on the ball stud which is attached to the horn, is rubbing on the Brood C2 motor, looks like I will have to reduce the plastic mounting blocks to move the servo fowards to the front of the car, is this right
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If you use the AE metal ones it will give a little more room, and look alot nicer also.
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I used ae servo mounts on my hitec servo to move it forward. I did that with a 41 tooth pinion and 128 spur.
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cheers guys, just find it a bit frustrating when getting to the end of the build and having to brake her down again
and nathan i was right they just made it worse
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Any come accross this one.
When mounting the KO 2143 servo and having a 128 spur and a 41 pinion I have noticed that the thread on the ball stud which is attached to the horn, is rubbing on the Brood C2 motor, looks like I will have to reduce the plastic mounting blocks to move the servo fowards to the front of the car, is this right
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Go to a 126, 124 or even a 118 spur and this will solve the problems of clearance.
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I have the AE mounts and an airtronics 758 servo, i can fit a 128 / 45 no problem, with 44 i can fit a servo saver, but i don't use one.
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I have the AE mounts and an airtronics 758 servo, i can fit a 128 / 45 no problem, with 44 i can fit a servo saver, but i don't use one.
Do you know the part number of theservo mounts??? Also, have you had any problems because you haven't used a servo saver???

Anyone???
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