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Old 10-27-2005, 05:27 PM   #8581
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I ran the set-up with the stock oil and springs untill I got the brackets. It is better than the stock set-up, but still a lil on edge. Once you get the brackets then change to the Numan oil and springs and you will be DIALED! Go get'm!

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Old 10-27-2005, 05:30 PM   #8582
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Im holding it down double with two cars pookyt... now I have to actually race I think ill have to let my buggy go since I got the second sedan. Just too many rc mouths to feed.
I have a new built MF2 with one night indoor stock racing on it and my BK2 has 3 months worth of off-roading. I know what you mean bout too many in the stable. Ya need an MF2 to complete your package? LOL

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Old 10-27-2005, 05:56 PM   #8583
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anyone run the Numan setup with a diff in the front besides me?

oh yea i got the front camber mod on my car also....it was okwhen i got the quirks figured out of the electronics....need to gain another half a second to be on pace from where i used to be but it was my first night of racing since a year and a half ago...so its not to shabby to say the least
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I have a new built MF2 with one night indoor stock racing on it and my BK2 has 3 months worth of off-roading. I know what you mean bout too many in the stable. Ya need an MF2 to complete your package? LOL

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Old 10-27-2005, 07:14 PM   #8585
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Hey Josh, Just wondering if you prefer to use the BK brackets or the new arms? Wondering if anyone at Losi has tested the new arms to see how they compare with the BK brackets?
I prefer to use the new arms simply just because theres no bracket that can move around and mess things up. But if you are wondering if they might make your car handle a little different they dont, the arm and the bracket are the same. Hope that helps.
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Yes, the holes for the attachment of the lower shock screw are located in the same position as the BK shock brackets had them.

The pluses with the new arms are that you can run foams all around and there is less unsprung weight.

Still waiting for Todd to spill out with the order numbers...
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I prefer to use the new arms simply just because theres no bracket that can move around and mess things up. But if you are wondering if they might make your car handle a little different they dont, the arm and the bracket are the same. Hope that helps.
I would have to agree with Josh on this one, since I also have some arms thanks to him and Todd from LV. You don't have to worry about the screws rubbing the wheels in the front anymore since the shocks mount more flush with the arms then they do with brackets. I'm just waiting patiently for the actual productions ones to come out so I have a complete set for both cars.

I also am doing the Numan setup with a diff in front as well. I changed it LV for I did not like the way if felt on carpet, but that is just me and was my first time on carpet. I did however like the spool on asphalt.
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Keep it up Josh!!! 50,000 more posts and you might catch the Randynator!!!! LOL Just really glad your posting on here. We have been just about to wear Todd out!!! LOL

Randy!!!! Glad you came in from the "Darkside" too!

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I would have to agree with Josh on this one, since I also have some arms thanks to him and Todd from LV. You don't have to worry about the screws rubbing the wheels in the front anymore since the shocks mount more flush with the arms then they do with brackets. I'm just waiting patiently for the actual productions ones to come out so I have a complete set for both cars.

I also am doing the Numan setup with a diff in front as well. I changed it LV for I did not like the way if felt on carpet, but that is just me and was my first time on carpet. I did however like the spool on asphalt.
In Vegas were you running foams or rubber? Thanks

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Got one. two if you count the truck I gave my sis. And then there is her old xxxt. Then I sold my xxx4, but still got almost 2 xx4's. Then I got bored one day and built a car, mostly buggy, out of spare parts. I sold 2 or so buggies this year too, plus I have 2 xxxs that came back into my possession lol. So yeah, still need to thin the herd more. Its a sickness.
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You were following the results, you should know what I ran!!! I was running rubber.
Ah yes but I have slept since then! LOL Heck, I sent JRXSBill there to keep tabs on you and apparently he had some issues with the casino's and the local.....uh.... ahem....."Room Service" LMAO

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I guess if you look at my sig you would consider me the samething, that is if you count out the 12L4!!
I'm suffering from chassis envy! I've only got the JRXS, MF2, BK2, XXXT( my sons ride), 12l3, CS Dominator, and the original Grasshopper with the oval conversion! Well.....forgot about the miniT too.

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Yeah well. So, I can sign you up for a BK2 right?
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