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Old 03-18-2013, 08:10 PM   #1
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Default Team magic e4fs setup for vta

I just got a team magic e4fs that im gonna setup for parking lot vta. Im new to on road just wondering if anyone has any setup tips for this car or just vta in general for a carpet car like this?
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I just got a team magic e4fs that im gonna setup for parking lot vta. Im new to on road just wondering if anyone has any setup tips for this car or just vta in general for a carpet car like this?
Will you be running 25.5? I have the G4/E4 spring set and run the Lite Green and the purple or blue green up front depending on traction. 40 wt. up front, 30 or 35 in the rear. 5mm ride front and rear. 5.5 in the rear if acceleration is lacking.

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I will be running 25.5 soon dont have one just yet. Do you run any sway bars? I also have the spring set and it has light green on the rear and light blue up front so may soften up the front some.
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I will be running 25.5 soon dont have one just yet. Do you run any sway bars? I also have the spring set and it has light green on the rear and light blue up front so may soften up the front some.
No sway bars at all. The car was very stable without them. Make sure you have enough rear droop, around 3 to 5 mm and limit the front to about 3mm. You will get body roll, but shouldn't loose traction. If you start to traction roll, decrease front droop until it stops.
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