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Old 05-04-2006, 05:07 AM   #11641
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Gees.. you all are going to give me a big head.. haha..

Im going to pull out all the stops when i do my bodies. Well.. sortof.. basically, im going to get a new blade for my xacto.. haha.. thats all the stops...

the bodies i drew up for me are less "blingy". Few days.. ill post em.

Cant tell by the pic, but the black, is actually carbon fiber. Its a little dark.. but I found the perfect matt at walmart.

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Old 05-04-2006, 09:19 AM   #11642
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hi everybody, had the JRXS for a while now but i need some help!! I JUST CANT GET THE REAR END PLANTED. has any1 else had this problem

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P.S I RACE ON AN OUTDOOR TIGHT,HIGH BITE OUTDOOR TRACK
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Old 05-04-2006, 10:24 AM   #11643
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what setup are you currently using? also have you experimented with front and rear droop? On sunday i was using ben rayments setup, it can be found a few pages back and the rear end was stuck to the ground! is the rear end of your car loose at entry, mid, or exit of the corner? also the tyre choice can play a big role in grip
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Old 05-04-2006, 11:14 AM   #11644
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Keith is Mr. chudy your former painter ? I havn't seen him in years.
Awesome paint job.
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Old 05-04-2006, 12:04 PM   #11645
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Try more rear camber to get the rear to hook up. Also check droop. My jrxs is super sensitive to camber changes. At 1 degree the back is unpredictable and at two it is hooked up. Something to check.
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Dude, you must be serious. You haven't bought a new blade in 5 years!
I know, he asks me for one everytime I see him.
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Old 05-04-2006, 01:51 PM   #11647
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i was running ben rayments set up but it didnt really seem to work with my driving style

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Old 05-04-2006, 02:07 PM   #11648
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hi everybody, had the JRXS for a while now but i need some help!! I JUST CANT GET THE REAR END PLANTED. has any1 else had this problem

jordan

P.S I RACE ON AN OUTDOOR TIGHT,HIGH BITE OUTDOOR TRACK
I'm not familiar with the Rayment setup, but I predominately use the Numan setup with 12.5lb instead of 10.5lb rear springs and depending on track grip I move from A-6 to B-6, to B-5 on the rear camber link for more rear grip. I havenít found Iíve ever needed more then this to gain additional rear grip. Hope this helps, PeterÖ

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I must remember to give that a try as well (camber from 1 to 2 deg)...thanks
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Old 05-04-2006, 02:33 PM   #11649
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I know, he asks me for one everytime I see him.

Haha.,. i was going to say, AJ is my xacto blade supplier but he is 320 miles away.. guess I gotta drop the buck. GEEES.


CHRIS!! how ya been? Na, Chudy hasnt painted me a body in like.. well... before the last time I tried painting my own.. LOL.. ALBSLO was my painter.

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Mr. Bella has some skills then. I guess it tough to paint with the family.

Congrats Al, Hope to see you around.
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Keith I'm doing ok.

It's great to see you doing well. You have worked hard to get where you are.
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With the stock setup because the rear hub carrier is 0 degrees and the pivot mount is 2 degrees does that mean i have 2 degrees toe-in?
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With the stock setup because the rear hub carrier is 0 degrees and the pivot mount is 2 degrees does that mean i have 2 degrees toe-in?
Yes, 2 deg Total.... is my understanding
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Can the front pivot mount be swapped with the rear pivot mount?
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Can the front pivot mount be swapped with the rear pivot mount?
yup, theyre all interchangable
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