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Old 01-25-2006, 05:52 PM   #10156
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Sure, new or old arms?
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Old 01-25-2006, 05:55 PM   #10157
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Here is my current setup, it worked very well at the Magma race, and is what i typically run at SouthShore.....its dialed in for mod or 19 turn, should be decent in stock also.

Dawgmeat, if you want an older setup with the normal arms i could post that also.
Thank I'll take both I'm buying the new arms this Friday what make the new ones better?
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Old 01-25-2006, 05:58 PM   #10158
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Thank I'll take both I'm buying the new arms this Friday what make the new ones better?
I'm not ready for Mod yet so a set-up between stock and 19-turn would be good, thank you.
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Old 01-25-2006, 08:10 PM   #10159
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I felt the car was much more consisten with the new arms, maybe slightly more corner speed also, here is my old arm setup...from Cleveland.

Both of the setups i posted were done for mod, but when i drop a 19 or stock in the car it just feels even better then whet it was going fast.
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Old 01-26-2006, 12:47 AM   #10160
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OK-OK Brain Fart here!!!! Anybody have the part number for the brown diff grease handy??????????? I can't seem to locate it. Thanks fellas!

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Old 01-26-2006, 04:18 AM   #10161
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LOSA3012 Brown diff grease
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I'm going to the carpet this weekend too ya know!

Matt--I can't remember but does your set-up run the front camber mod as well as the new style arms? Hollar !!

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Does anybody have a pic of the wire layout using the Tekin ESC?
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Old 01-26-2006, 11:12 AM   #10164
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I had got another jrx-s and all the springs had no labels, I heard that there was a charge the told you what the were by yhr lenghs, does anyone have that chart?
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I had got another jrx-s and all the springs had no labels, I heard that there was a charge the told you what the were by yhr lenghs, does anyone have that chart?
it goes by the thickness of the wire used for the springs
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right then here goes
ran my JRXS on carpet with rubber tyres
ran as kit setup apart from 35ilb springs front ,30ilb springs rear

car is fine but .5 sec of the pace per lap
70% steering lock car gets grip roll , if i have full lock inside front wheel lifts up ), get`s round okay with 70%
do i go harder on oil or springs or softer

we don`t have foams on our carpet or powerfull additives , we use odourless additive , which might not be as powerfull (grip terms) as your paragon etc you use over there

car is kit setup to the T ,no r/bars either
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I would try some antidive in the front, it should help keep the car a little more flat, and lose a little steering. Lean your front shocks in also.

That helped me when i tried rubber on a rug.
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Does anyone have the chart to tell what lb springs are by how thick they are?
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anti dive ????
shim behind wishbone yes ???

i layed the front down grip roll was worse
then i stood front on outside hole made it to nervous from 1 corner to another
so ended back in middle hole again
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Does anyone have the chart to tell what lb springs are by how thick they are?
This is a guide, it's not that accurate, it might help you a little....


Size / Coil - Comp./ Ratio
0.045 / 4 - 10.5
0.046 / 4 - 12.5
0.050 / 5 - 15
0.052 / 5 - 17.5
0.054 / 5 - 20
0.058 / 5 - 25
0.062 / 5 - 30
0.065 / 5 - 35
0.070 / 6 - 42.5
0.072 / 5 - 50
0.072 / 4 - 60
0.075 / 5 - 70
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