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Old 01-04-2006, 10:00 PM   #9946
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very low bite is an understatement more like NO bite
More like racing on ice.
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Old 01-04-2006, 10:45 PM   #9947
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ill give you an idea...if i dont get those steel outdrivesfor the TC3 for next weeks racing ill help you get your car faster if your wanting some help with it...i noticed a few things thatcould get worked on
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Old 01-05-2006, 01:14 AM   #9948
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I'd like to say good luck to Josh Numan and his new ride.

I find it ironic that the hot jrxs set up is basically called the numan set up, and he's now no longer a losi driver.

Good luck!!!
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Old 01-05-2006, 01:20 AM   #9949
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I'd like to say good luck to Josh Numan and his new ride.

I find it ironic that the hot jrxs set up is basically called the numan set up, and he's now no longer a losi driver.

Good luck!!!
JRXS no longer has Numan and Skuba Steve!!!

What are we to do now??? Where have they gone........the Darkside???
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I'd like to say good luck to Josh Numan and his new ride.

I find it ironic that the hot jrxs set up is basically called the numan set up, and he's now no longer a losi driver.

Good luck!!!
It may be called the Numan setup; however, Ron Rossetti came up with it.

Was posted that way considering Josh's success at the Reedy in the Open.
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Old 01-05-2006, 09:44 AM   #9951
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What makes them leave?
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Old 01-05-2006, 09:46 AM   #9952
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ill give you an idea...if i dont get those steel outdrivesfor the TC3 for next weeks racing ill help you get your car faster if your wanting some help with it...i noticed a few things thatcould get worked on
That be cool!
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when i used the exact Numan setup it had not enough off-power steering and way too much on-power steering for my driving style on low to medium bite carpet...i changed so much stuff on it I'd have to call it the Anonymous setup
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Stuipd question here,
I am working on my car and I just tried to switch it over to using the offset hole in the rear arm with 0 deg hubs and its not working. The cvd appears to be to long and I cant get any negative camber at all, It appears as if the end of the cvd is binding on a screw and nut thats holding the dif together. Is there something I need to purchase to make this work or am I just doing something wrong?
Any advice would be helpfull.
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pballkid- You need the 'O/S' or offset hubs to run the offset hole on the rear arms. LOSA9854 is the part number for zero O/S hubs.
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Thanks alot, makes sense.
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here's my setup that i've been using for awhile with good luck; stock rubber tire, ozite medium bite carpet on medium size track

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I will start with the setup i was running at road rage, and put light springs on the front.
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pballkid- You need the 'O/S' or offset hubs to run the offset hole on the rear arms. LOSA9854 is the part number for zero O/S hubs.
Another question that I have not been able to get a good answer for. What does the offset hub location do compared to the regular one? Any help would be appreciated.
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Another question that I have not been able to get a good answer for. What does the offset hub location do compared to the regular one? Any help would be appreciated.
The offset rear hubs allow the rear end to rotate more. Thats why they are usually used on the carpet set-ups. I hope this is what your looking for.

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