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Old 02-07-2006, 01:05 PM   #10306
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Good OLD 2-bad is more than past that age. He is about to but put down and laid to rest. He's got no hair, no eyesight and definately no skill or talent!!!

OMG Dogbreath .... Then if this is all true, how embarrassing it must be when I keep betting you....

Don’t encourage him Pookyt , he’s turned to the Darkside and running a Shuie now … He’s a lost cause and riddled in Evil
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Old 02-07-2006, 01:11 PM   #10307
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So whats the point of the centre one way then, if you have to use the front one way then
Mr Truckie, if I'm wrong Brant will correct....

Centre one-way on its own, reduces steering (slightly) and improves efficiency of the drivetrain. So if adding the one-way diff is too aggressive then adding the pulley smooths that aggression out a bit.

Is that right "Master Pook"
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Mr Truckie, if I'm wrong Brant will correct....

Centre one-way on its own, reduces steering (slightly) and improves efficiency of the drivetrain. So if adding the one-way diff is too aggressive then adding the pulley smooths that aggression out a bit.

Is that right "Master Pook"
Cheers for dat 2Bad
Its just I NEVER see anyone mention the centre one way, so cant see the point of it being there really, other than what you have said, but no one seems to use it
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Old 02-07-2006, 03:35 PM   #10310
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Does anybody remember where to get a link to the pics of Todd's green car he ran in Eurpoe? Somebody? Anybody? Todd? Thanks

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Pookyt, here's the link to Todd's green hornet.


http://worldcup.rcworld.ch/live_friday.asp?id=3
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Old 02-07-2006, 03:46 PM   #10311
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Does someone know what size tap you have to use to thread the tierods in the part of the upper arm to make the camber mod work?
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Old 02-07-2006, 05:20 PM   #10312
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Does someone know what size tap you have to use to thread the tierods in the part of the upper arm to make the camber mod work?
LOL....I used my 4-40 because its smaller than the tierod threads. It does take a little effort to thread in the tierod but it fits nice and tight. Good Luck

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i just drilled a small hole and basically forced it in
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Old 02-07-2006, 08:26 PM   #10314
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Cheers for that Brant, much apreciated.
So whats the point of the centre one way then, if you have to use the front one way then
Wont be using the centre one way this Friday then
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To use the front one-way is freeing up the drive train. So if your using the front one-way then to fully free it and the belt drive to it go ahead and use the center one-way as well. Let us know how it turns out.

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Old 02-07-2006, 08:28 PM   #10315
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Does someone know what size tap you have to use to thread the tierods in the part of the upper arm to make the camber mod work?

What is this camber mod supposed to 'do'?..
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Old 02-07-2006, 08:29 PM   #10316
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Mr Truckie, if I'm wrong Brant will correct....

Centre one-way on its own, reduces steering (slightly) and improves efficiency of the drivetrain. So if adding the one-way diff is too aggressive then adding the pulley smooths that aggression out a bit.

Is that right "Master Pook"
Yes, you will loose that little bit of drag from the center spool upon entering a turn if you use the center one-way. But if you run the front one-way then you should also run the center unit to fully gain its benefits. Hope this makes sense to you guys.

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What is this camber mod supposed to 'do'?..
It keeps the front end flatter during cornering and transitions and seems to really increase the total amount of steering. When I first used the mod I had to raise my rear roll center one shim to keep the rear end from washing out. Once I did this, the car seemed to turn in smoothly and consistantly from begining to exit.

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OMG Dogbreath .... Then if this is all true, how embarrassing it must be when I keep betting you....

Don’t encourage him Pookyt , he’s turned to the Darkside and running a Shuie now … He’s a lost cause and riddled in Evil
SOOO...............DirtyDog has been running around behind our backs now cheat'n on us huh?? Just as I was thinking you guys would be the start of the JRXS domination Down Under!! Looks like you've got it to your self then!!! LMAO Iz airight DityDog......Losi is like a big family.........no matter how bad you screw up we will always let you back in!!!! Now......we will always mess with you and make fun of you at all the family gatherings but hey! LOL J/K

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Pookyt, here's the link to Todd's green hornet.


http://worldcup.rcworld.ch/live_friday.asp?id=3

Thank you sir!

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We should have some new stuff there....keep an eye on the photos from the race to see.
Anyone got any shots yet?
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