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Old 12-14-2005, 04:54 PM   #9571
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I have a set of the new BK arms but was wanting to buy another set for back ups. Horizon has the front arms in stock but not the rears as they are on back order.

LOSA9739A BK Front Arm
LOSA9861A BK Rear Arm

Please help guys with any and all info!
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Old 12-14-2005, 05:23 PM   #9572
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What are the bk rear arms and does anyone have a part #?
No brackets required StevO ! Use the old arms and you need the brackets. Yes the new arms do have the bracket position built in. They are just now out so guys sound off if your LHS has some spares so everybody can get them.

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A big huge thanks to Chicky for helping me tonight. I was pulling my hair out with a loose car. ONe spring change and one position on the rear camber link and voila-car was awesome again.

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Old 12-15-2005, 08:39 AM   #9574
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A big huge thanks to Chicky for helping me tonight. I was pulling my hair out with a loose car. ONe spring change and one position on the rear camber link and voila-car was awesome again.

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Old 12-15-2005, 08:59 AM   #9575
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Hey Mike,

I was running the Xavier set-up (No pro-squat)with a Brushless 5800 motor. I had it undergeared and overgeared and when I got it right it was pretty fast. But somwhere along the night my circles got way off and I readjusted from a 5.5' circle to a 4.5' circle. Dont knmow why-stupiditiy I guess. Well-after a few laps car was so loose. First time I have had a non-broken car loose enough to spin out on foam tires!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anyways-with Pauls advise, put on a 60 lb front spring and lowered the rear camber link from 4 to 7 and opened up the circle to 6'.

I am still befuddled by this as the car was awesome the week before on the same size tires, etc. Crazy....

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Hmm thanks, i have been having a dilemma at my home track also, fast setups are great for a few minutes, then fall off and the car gets loose, consitence setups just don't turn the laps......still working on a middleground.
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I was just wondering what bk arms are and how they are differnet from stock ones? Thanks
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I was just wondering what bk arms are and how they are differnet from stock ones? Thanks
just come talk to me(Geoff) and Mike Geraths when were at Road Rage and we'd be happy to help with your questions...as far as the BK arms, they must be the new arms that just came out that have the molded holes where the BK brackets put shock on the A-arm about 1/4" further out on the arm so you can run a softer setup to get more chassis roll
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Old 12-15-2005, 10:38 AM   #9579
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Question about Xavier set up. When if comes to the ball studs on the steering linakge he show them above. Does that also mean he put the steering link below as well.

Or did he leave the steerling link on top.

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Question about Xavier set up. When if comes to the ball studs on the steering linakge he show them above. Does that also mean he put the steering link below as well.

Or did he leave the steerling link on top.

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Drag link is above and the ball studs are pointing down.
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Old 12-15-2005, 10:52 AM   #9581
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Hmm thanks, i have been having a dilemma at my home track also, fast setups are great for a few minutes, then fall off and the car gets loose, consitence setups just don't turn the laps......still working on a middleground.
I find this to be the case as well.
Frustrating...
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Old 12-15-2005, 02:00 PM   #9583
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guys, what does the JRXS need right away parts wise... I am new to TC, and no one seems to be wanting to tell me. PLZ pme me with what upgrades it needs right away to be good on carpet on on road(I have two of em)
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guys, what does the JRXS need right away parts wise... I am new to TC, and no one seems to be wanting to tell me. PLZ pme me with what upgrades it needs right away to be good on carpet on on road(I have two of em)
Springs, 50, 60 and 20 and 25.
Pistons 55, 56, 60
Offset rear hubs in 0, 1/2 and 1 deg for tuning.
Parma or Rubberneck hard foam bumper.
6 deg c-hubs
Some tall 4-40 ballstuds.
Sway bar kit (usually used on rear)

Thats it for hop-up or tuning options. Its got plenty to tune on right out of the box.
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Dane- Your JRXS stickers went out this morning...thanks! What is your local track?
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