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Old 05-21-2006, 09:35 AM   #4711
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Yes new92, Superior, NewRed, B and B, ect. Even the dedicated tracks that I run at are usually not very clean like Speedline is. B and B gets a lot of sand blowing in off of US 19, NewRed is very bumpy and sometimes dusty too, and like you said Superior is a parking lot track. 48p Xray gears would not be such a big deal now that I have a T2 because they are much easier to change, but when I had my FK05 I hated pulling half the car apart just to change the spur
I run 64 everiwhere, eaven at superior. I just have a finer choice of ratios to play with.
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Old 05-21-2006, 06:27 PM   #4712
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CAN ANYONE HELP ME,,WITH WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION THEORY....

I ON THE RIGHT SIDE: (WHEN FACING THE CAR)

HOBBICO SERVO

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AMB TRANSPONDER ON TOP OF THE SERVO


ON THE LEFT IS JUST THE 3800 BATTERIES...


MY FRONT LEFT IS : 315g

front right : 359g


rear left :362g

rear right: 318g





is their something wrong with that??

my left and right is no close to being equal... HOW DO YOU GUYS DO THIS... CAUSE THEIR IS A BIG DIFF IF I COMPARE, LF and RF ALSO RR AND LR ...



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Old 05-21-2006, 06:56 PM   #4713
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Your car is tweaked. Adjust the the FL and RR shock collars in the same time until the numbers are even left to right (like raising the ride height) OR FR and RL (lower the ride height).
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Old 05-21-2006, 07:02 PM   #4714
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I would check the chassis for tweak first then adjust the ride height...
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Old 05-21-2006, 08:05 PM   #4715
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do they make chasis weights for the the T2 chasis like they did for the T1???
anyone have a link to where i can buy them???
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Old 05-21-2006, 09:03 PM   #4716
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ok i might take all the components aprt re calculate the weight of each then take the shocks off re check the lenght and pressure.... but is it true that not all of the cars is exactly the same preload?... some is slightly off because of the tweak adjustment... so it would actually change the weight.. is it?? whats the legall race weight 1525g?? if i need to add weights were should i put it..
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does anybody no were I can get a spool diff / solid axle for my t2.
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Old 05-22-2006, 04:28 AM   #4718
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For anyone looking for a underbody/raincover here is a link for a place in the UK that makes them.

http://home.btconnect.com/Practical-.../underbody.htm
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does anybody no were I can get a spool diff / solid axle for my t2.
Fast track hobbies had then in Stock, click on the link on my sig, Tim or Tim will take good care of you.
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pinggoy, look on the x-ray site, using the balance weights after you do basic set up.Joel, anny help?
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thanx dude....
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Ive noticed that alot of people are running the top deck at full stiffness on asphalt. Would it be ok just to run my stiff pickles top deck then? Im thinkin by running the stiff pickle top deck that I would get the same result and possibly avoid a tweak after a minor impact. What do you think? Also what weight are those stock springs?..I havent been able to find an answer to that in my manual or setup book.
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Front springs are 20 lbs, rears are 15 lbs
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Old 05-22-2006, 01:59 PM   #4724
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For anyone looking for a underbody/raincover here is a link for a place in the UK that makes them.

http://home.btconnect.com/Practical-.../underbody.htm

I think posting the address here gave to much traffic to the site. It's blocked now
Do you have a e-mail address of the company? If so, please PM me the address.

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WOW! I just got my T2 today and it was supper easy to build, I couldn’t believe it.
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