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setup help.. please.

Old 06-22-2011, 07:08 PM
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Guys im looking for a bit of setup help here. car is cyclone tc w/ exotek conversion. im having a issue geting rear bite. im running the car in vta class on very low bite asphalt. That is bumpy. i was running no rear droop becase every one was telling me i wanted the car to roll. i had on gold 1.2mm front sway bar no rear. tamiya floresent red springs rear and tamiya white fronts. all ready running 3deg rear toe in. rear shocks in middle hole on arm and 4holes up from the bottom of the rear tower. running 3 hole pistions. im just really in need of help..
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Old 06-22-2011, 08:15 PM
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I'd start here...

http://www.hotbodiesonline.com/Set-u..._05asphalt.pdf

With some minor changes--
30w oil front and rear
Use the softest springs you own front and rear
Eliminate droop and raise ride height to 8mm so the chassis rolls
Inner camber link height, set both to 2mm

One thing to consider, where are you losing grip? Entering a corner or exiting a corner? Springs control weight transfer. Figure out where and when you are losing grip and adjust your springs accordingly.
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Car Is Normaly Loose From The Center Out. Im Going to Get AE Springs And Put Green Rears and Silver Fronts. i got to find out what Shock Pistions Fit These Shocks. Looks Like Tamiya ones do. but not 100% on that. I ended up Striping the Car Clear Down after i Found out there was some HUGE TWEEK in it. Working on Geting it Put Back Togather..

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