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Old 06-03-2005, 08:45 AM   #2296
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is it the same height as the stock servo horn?
It's a little lower by about 3mm but no problems. I recomend it!
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Old 06-03-2005, 09:10 AM   #2297
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I'm using a Kimbrough #114 for Futaba... I like the look of that Tamiya one though , who has a part#? -JB
TAMIYA,700YEN, part#51000 HI TORQUE SERVO SAVER (BLACK)
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Old 06-03-2005, 09:13 AM   #2298
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TAMIYA,700YEN, part#51000 HI TORQUE SERVO SAVER (BLACK)
I didn't know that came in black... I like that one better than the white
one I purchased... may have to dye mine black this weekend.
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Old 06-03-2005, 11:31 AM   #2299
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ive broken three servo horns on the car pretty good considering how much you hit me J/K. what servo saver are you using. i have a few of the 12th scale ones from socal. forgot what they are called. it has the white/red/black packaging.

btw..is this your primary car now? see you sunday at TCS
I don't actually have a servo saver on right now. That's part of the reason I didn't run the car at the Reedy Race. I haven't been able to find one the right size. The LCG comes with a servo saver. I want to see if I can get one for the BD. Right now my primary car is the XRAY. Looking forward to this weekend though. I need some redemption from last weekend.
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Old 06-03-2005, 11:35 AM   #2300
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I don't actually have a servo saver on right now. That's part of the reason I didn't run the car at the Reedy Race. I haven't been able to find one the right size. The LCG comes with a servo saver. I want to see if I can get one for the BD. Right now my primary car is the XRAY. Looking forward to this weekend though. I need some redemption from last weekend.
lots of people looking for redemption this weekend.
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Old 06-03-2005, 11:39 AM   #2301
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Yeah...for me it was all about motor. I think it was the same for Eeyan. This years motors didn't have the same punch as last year. They needed a lot more tweaking. I finally got some help from Steve and Teru Taka from Xenon racing. My car was fast for the third round but had some bad luck in my heat. Oh well...there's always next
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Old 06-03-2005, 11:47 AM   #2302
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It's a little lower by about 3mm but no problems. I recomend it!
if you use one of the corner holes and turn it a extra notch on the spines it will be a little closer to stock length. maybe a mm.
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Old 06-03-2005, 12:09 PM   #2303
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Having your horn shorter isnt a bad thing, I like to run them as short as I can, sometimes even slow the servo speed down a bit to take some twitch out of the car. You dont need to have the fastest servo in sedan, sometimes it can be just too much.
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Old 06-03-2005, 05:43 PM   #2304
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anybody have Masami's set-up from RROC?
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Old 06-03-2005, 07:26 PM   #2305
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anybody have Masami's set-up from RROC?
No dought, I need that one for Ko Race...Same track just a different tire...Yea Ha....Come on Randy I know you went over and peaked at his setup sheet.
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Having your horn shorter isnt a bad thing, I like to run them as short as I can, sometimes even slow the servo speed down a bit to take some twitch out of the car. You dont need to have the fastest servo in sedan, sometimes it can be just too much.
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Randy C.-did you ever get your socal setup posted? if not what was it? if it wasn't you....dohhh!
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Old 06-03-2005, 10:52 PM   #2308
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anybody have Masami's set-up from RROC?
Front
Speedtech spool
1.6mm swaybar
1mm offset steering block
4 degree hub carrier
1 degree camber
0 degree toe in/out
.3mm shim anti-dive
0mm spacers under susp. mounts
droop is 9.5mm measured from my setup board to the center of the hingepin, same as rear
4mm in front of arms
stock bladder and sponge
SSS body
Short shock end
62mm length
RS blue spring
450 shock oil
1.0 x 3 hole shock piston
1 o-ring bump stop
Bottom hole in hub carrier, shim on top of steering block
2'nd hole in on shock tower, middle hole on arm
0mm under camber link ballstud
4mm ride height

Rear
Direct pulley
1.4mm swaybar
.5 hub carrier
1.5 degee camber
2.5 degree toe block
0 degree skid angle
.5mm shims under both susp. mounts
Droop is same as front
4mm in rear of arms
stock bladder and sponge
62mm length
RS blue spring
450 shock oil
1.0 x 3 hole shock piston
1 bump stop o-ring
bottom hole in hub carrier
outside holes on tower and arm
0mm under camber link ballstud
4.3mm ride height

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SMC3300
LRP QC2
112 spur 25 pinion 8.96 final
Yokomo Stratus E Type Stock wing
Inner body mount

That was my Reedy setup (based off Masami's) I think Masami's was the same except they went with 2x1.0mm hole piston and a Mazda 6 body, looked like an aluminum front spool.
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Randy C.-did you ever get your socal setup posted? if not what was it? if it wasn't you....dohhh!
FRONT
1 way
Silver Swaybar
0 offset steering block
4 degree hub carrier
1 degree camber
1 degree toe-out
0 degree skid angle
1mm under both susp. mounts
6mm droop
Susp arm pos 2mm front 2mm rear
stock shock bladder and foam
SSS body
short shock end
62mm shock length
RS white spring
AE 40wt shock oil (sub with Yok 450 for the sheet if you'd like)
#3 shock piston
1 bump stop o-ring
shock mount inside on shock tower and arm
0mm under inner camber link ballstud
bottom mounting hole on C-Hub, spacer on top
5mm ride height

REAR
Direct center pulley
black sway bar
.5 degree hub carrier
1 degree camber
2 degree toe-in block
.3mm shim for pro-squat
1mm under both blocks
5.5mm droop
arms spaced forward
stock shock bladder and foam
SSS body
short shock end
62mm shock length
RS blue spring
AE 40wt oil
#3 piston
1 bump stop o-ring
suzuki hub carrier inside hole (3'rd hole in on stock)
0mm under camber link ballstud
2'nd shock mounting hole from outside on shock tower
outside shock hole on arm
5mm ride height

Sorex 36R, precision wheel, 039F insert, paragon additive
Checkpoint 7x1 SMC 3600, LRP QC2
108 spur, 22 pinion, 9.818 final
Stratus E body, stock wing, inner body mount
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Now you guys got the hookup
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