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Old 01-31-2006, 04:38 PM   #2506
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Old 01-31-2006, 04:41 PM   #2507
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Well I appreaciate the info., but I am not going to keep buying things (chassis and top decks) just to see if that is the problem! For $400 this car should be RIGHT out of the box! I love my 05! but the T2 is another story, To bad it hasn't even seen the track yet!
im just gonna ask you, are you saying you dont love your T2 as of yet because it should be "Right out of the box"? Then you go on to say "to bad it hasnt seen the track yet.

How do you know if its not right if you havnt put it on the track? I could be misunderstanding here... please correct me if im wrong.
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So you think that a car that is "Right" has .05degs of toe on one side and 3degs on the other! Plus no matter what is done it lifts one side/end of the chassis 2mm on a flat surface?

MY 05 is "right" and has neither of these issuse!
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I installed all electronics, motor and battery. Placed the car on the droop blocks and it teetered (sp.) I backed off all screws and tightened them again. the car was flat after that. So I move on to the set-up station. I have .05 degs of rear toe on the left and 3degs on the right...... I took all shims out and screwed the the arms directly to the bulkhead I had just a little less than 1deg on the left and a little over 1deg on the eight. So I measured all the shims. they are within a few thous. of each other but I did match up the shims on each side... Put the car back together and had the same as without the shims.... so at that point I put it up until today!
Damn Ant, tweaked car, unequal toe-in......at least Melton should be dialed with this car.....
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Your previous post say's that it does this with the CRC top deck which sounds to me like they counter sunk the top deck on the wrong side... but you should not have this problem with the T2 top deck.

As far as your rear toe issue, shim it out and you will never notice a difference.
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So you think that a car that is "Right" has .05degs of toe on one side and 3degs on the other!
Dont you mean 2.5 degree's on one side and 3 degrees on the other?
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is it fair to say that counter sinking the deck that comes ith the kit is a waste of time, and just go out and get the aftermarket one?
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Perhaps you have the topdeck upside-down. Try flipping over the top deck.
You can't flip the top plate over. The Steering bellcrank sits off to the left side. The mounting holes will not line up.
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Old 01-31-2006, 04:59 PM   #2514
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Your previous post say's that it does this with the CRC top deck which sounds to me like they counter sunk the top deck on the wrong side... but you should not have this problem with the T2 top deck.

As far as your rear toe issue, shim it out and you will never notice a difference.
Um it does it with the T2 top deck also! Just not as bad!

Shim it out huh...LOL so I am supposed to run two shims on the left rear and one on the right rear to FIX the car and make it RIGHT! LOL

My car is 2.5degs different from side to side.

You ppl crack me up!
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The stock topdeck is quite flexable, countersinking the topdeck will just make it less likely to tweak when it flexes, or when you hit a wall or something like that, it wont really help with stiffness issues.

I realize some people have had some problems with their t2, although mine was fine out of the box when i ran it at Horsham last weekend, i just had to change my set up from my 05, espically softer springs in the rear. I have not measured my rear hubs, however I will say that the plastic is a bit soft, and it is easy to strip out the upper camber link screw, although if you want you can run the old hubs, so its not a big issue.

At least you arent having to bust out the dremel for hours to make the car go straight down the straight away...
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Dont you mean 2.5 degree's on one side and 3 degrees on the other?
Nope as I said! With one shim in the fronts both left and right and two shims in the rears both left and right, I have .05degs of toe-in on the left and 3degs on the right!
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Nope as I said! With one shim in the fronts both left and right and two shims in the rears both left and right, I have .05degs of toe-in on the left and 3degs on the right!
WOW..Thats friggin way off. Holy crap.
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is there anyone, who has tryed out the Aluminum hubs or knuckles yet (aftermarket)? if so are they that much better, I keep stripping my front knuckle
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This car tweaks like a bitch! :flaming
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is there anyone, who has tryed out the Aluminum hubs or knuckles yet (aftermarket)? if so are they that much better, I keep stripping my front knuckle
I am running team tamale all the way around (front and rear c-hubs, & steering blocks) - and i have taken some major crashes with no problems whatsoever - my FK05 was a tank with larry's stuff - i would break an arm (if i broke at all) before i did anything else - i have been running larry's stuff for about a year now, and i have yet to bend anything...

www.teamtamale.com or shoot him an e-mail here
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