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Old 11-15-2005, 05:45 PM   #9046
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i've noticed that after running with a spool, one of the front LCD's develops more 'play' in it than the other. i've rebuilt them with the kit and still found this slop. it was solved only after buying completely new LCD's. is there any way to prevent this or is it an expected outcome of using a spool.

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I recently rebuilt mine after most of this past season. I found the same slop too after the rebuild. The only slop I can find now is in the axel itself. Hope this helps.

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Old 11-15-2005, 08:06 PM   #9048
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Brian,

Thanks for the post on how you do your shocks.

Was close; but, will definitely try YOUR way.

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Hey guys,

Here is the current setup that I have been using and the fast stock guys at The Gate have been using. I forgot the front camber link hole is in the #1 position. You can also try 70wt oil in the front.

http://www.parmapse.com/jrx2.jpg

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Here is the current setup that I have been using and the fast stock guys at The Gate have been using. I forgot the front camber link hole is in the #1 position. You can also try 70wt oil in the front.

http://www.parmapse.com/jrx2.jpg

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Hi Paul,

So this setup is without the new arms or BK shock brackets (ala Numan setup)?

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Old 11-16-2005, 08:08 AM   #9051
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So this setup is without the new arms or BK shock brackets (ala Numan setup)?

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Correct. If you want to try the BK/new arms in the rear I would start with 15-20 springs and 55 pistons with 40 weight.

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Old 11-16-2005, 08:34 AM   #9052
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Hey guys,

Here is the current setup that I have been using and the fast stock guys at The Gate have been using. I forgot the front camber link hole is in the #1 position. You can also try 70wt oil in the front.

http://www.parmapse.com/jrx2.jpg

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This set-up SUCKS!! Anyone running the Champs, dont do it Cause then youll be a lot faster-DARN you Chicky!!
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Old 11-16-2005, 11:00 AM   #9053
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Hey guys,

Here is the current setup that I have been using and the fast stock guys at The Gate have been using. I forgot the front camber link hole is in the #1 position. You can also try 70wt oil in the front.

http://www.parmapse.com/jrx2.jpg

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Did you test the 2 deg pivot wtih 0 deg hub with this setup? Supposivly having the toe-in all in the hub will create a bit less initial steering on corner entrance than with all the toe in the inner pivot point.

Thanks for sharing. Your last setup was very well balanced. I'll give this one a try either tonight or Saturday.

Best of luck to the JRXS owners at the Champs.
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Old 11-16-2005, 11:20 AM   #9054
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Did you test the 2 deg pivot wtih 0 deg hub with this setup? Supposivly having the toe-in all in the hub will create a bit less initial steering on corner entrance than with all the toe in the inner pivot point.

Thanks for sharing. Your last setup was very well balanced. I'll give this one a try either tonight or Saturday.

Best of luck to the JRXS owners at the Champs.
I have tested it but that was when the car first came out. I can't really say how much of a difference there is since it was so long ago.

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Paul,

This setup is for the rear motor correct? Do you know if it will feel good on the mid motor?

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Paul,

This setup is for the rear motor correct? Do you know if it will feel good on the mid motor?

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One more thing, are you using the funky long front camber links?

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Here is the current setup that I have been using and the fast stock guys at The Gate have been using. I forgot the front camber link hole is in the #1 position. You can also try 70wt oil in the front.

http://www.parmapse.com/jrx2.jpg

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Hey Paul, do you have a good setup for rubber tires?
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