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Old 07-30-2009, 06:29 AM   #13186
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Yes... and thank god for that! I still have a spare XXX-S and JRX-S here for Paul if he still needs one.
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How did your JRX-S go last night? I will be going to Kwinana on Sunday to try mine out........
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How did your JRX-S go last night? I will be going to Kwinana on Sunday to try mine out........
Well.... i took it out for a few minutes and circulated around trying to get used to the handling.. Wasn't that bad. Just a touch too taily for my liking. Old tyres on it didnt' help too much either. Spent the rest of the night chasing my tail with the JRXS-R instead... trying to get a hold of a weird handling problem... and it ended up being ONE loose screw on the top deck... *SIGH*

I'm hoping to get out on Sunday with the JRX-S and the XXX-S.... but time will tell if I can actually make it as I have a ton of paperwork to finish up. Will PM you Sat night to let you know.
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Old 07-30-2009, 09:32 AM   #13188
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Well.... i took it out for a few minutes and circulated around trying to get used to the handling.. Wasn't that bad. Just a touch too taily for my liking. Old tyres on it didnt' help too much either. Spent the rest of the night chasing my tail with the JRXS-R instead... trying to get a hold of a weird handling problem... and it ended up being ONE loose screw on the top deck... *SIGH*

I'm hoping to get out on Sunday with the JRX-S and the XXX-S.... but time will tell if I can actually make it as I have a ton of paperwork to finish up. Will PM you Sat night to let you know.
No worries I will be there flying the losi flag anyway.....
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Hi,
Well the JRX-S went well in Kwinana last Sunday even if I was a little underpowered running with a 13.5 in the 10.5 class. It handled quite well with the standard setup. I might even try it out in 17.5 class next time......
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Well the JRX-S went well in Kwinana last Sunday even if I was a little underpowered running with a 13.5 in the 10.5 class. It handled quite well with the standard setup. I might even try it out in 17.5 class next time......
Why not 10.5 instead?
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Just a quick question for those that run the bearings on the LCD/RCD dogbone pins that go into the diff outdrives.... What sized bearing are they? The cars that I have had them in, but most of the bearings were very gritty and I ditched them without giving them a second thought. Now I'm wishing that I would have just kept one of them....

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Just a quick question for those that run the bearings on the LCD/RCD dogbone pins that go into the diff outdrives.... What sized bearing are they? The cars that I have had them in, but most of the bearings were very gritty and I ditched them without giving them a second thought. Now I'm wishing that I would have just kept one of them....

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3/32 x 3/16, they are the same ones used in the steering rack on the XXX buggy and truck. At least that is what I used when I had the car.

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OK Zack I will make up the numbers in 10.5 then..........
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I will be playing around with chassis flex next with some modded top plates.........

PS I have a 10.5 now.....
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JUST WANTED TO TELL YOU ALL I HAVE A JRXS TYPE R ON EBAY LET ME KNOW IF ANYONE WANTS IT I WILL PULL IT OFF THANKS
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I will be playing around with chassis flex next with some modded top plates.........

PS I have a 10.5 now.....
I'd better start doing some setting up on mine soon.... you coming this weekend?
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ok guys im new to this thread and i just picked up a jrxs for some club racing, we run asphalt indoor, i searched the thread for some asphalt setups but didnt reallt get anywhere... just wondering if i could get a few tips on where to start on this thing...oil,springs etc..etc...ill be running jaco blues..thanks-
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I'd better start doing some setting up on mine soon.... you coming this weekend?
Not this weekend I have to work.....
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ok guys im new to this thread and i just picked up a jrxs for some club racing, we run asphalt indoor, i searched the thread for some asphalt setups but didnt reallt get anywhere... just wondering if i could get a few tips on where to start on this thing...oil,springs etc..etc...ill be running jaco blues..thanks-
Most use the Numan setup and go from there I will have a look if I have an electronic copy for you.....
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