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Old 11-19-2013, 02:02 PM   #1
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Default Carpet set up for trf451msxx

Can any one help with a base set up for carpet running rubber 28 JB tyres as was racing out side on tarmac (ash felt) now looking to use the car on carpet as have to many spare parts for it.
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Old 11-20-2013, 02:36 PM   #2
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I will dig out one of mine tonight.
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http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...rf415-693.html

Click the link above and scroll down a little. I used this Martin Crisp setup on my 415msxx and it would like a charm.
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That one is for foam and in the U.K. we have to run rubber on on T.C. any one got a rubber set up please?
But I'll give it a go but I'm running lipo and brusles motor so don't no if it will work with that?
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This setup works well for any motor.
Here's a setup that will work for carpet.

Front
springs : tam white
swaybar : yellow (white if you want to reduce steering)
upper links : 3mm spacers under inside link
camber : -1
toe : 0
caster : 4 degree block
Kickup : none
UpTravel/droop : 3mm
rideheight : 5mm
one way : yes
Shock positions : outer holes top and bottom.
Tire : CS22 with medium insert - full compound. (less if you want to reduce steering)

Rear
springs : tam blue
swaybar : yellow
upper links : 0mm spacers under inside link
camber : -2
toe in : 2.0 to 2.5 depending on grip level and condition of tires
Antisquat : none
UpTravel/droop : 1.5 to 2 mm
rideheight : 5mm
Shock positions : outer holes top and bottom.
Tire : CS22 with medium insert - full compound.
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