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Old 01-07-2006, 02:28 PM
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Hi i am looking for a rubber tire carpet setup for the 414m2 to run 19turn/stock .




I do not need a pile of people telling me to search or crap like that i have done it and didnt find anything. only looking for people with some real tips or info please.
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Old 01-07-2006, 02:32 PM
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hey there i had the same problem with my evo 4 md but i found this website and if you use that guide you will soon find a nice setupo that fits you and your car

http://users.pandora.be/elvo/

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Hi thanks that is a nice link .

I am more looking for a set ups people have used so i can have a starting point as i have very limited time to test. anything that will speed up my process would be great.
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are you going to a race ore womething
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Yes we are going to a race , but we do not run rubber tires here at all. I am fairly sure my foam setup isnt going to work well and with no practice time at all really for myself i would liek to have a starting point.
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alll right at wich track and would you like me to tell you how my rubber tire carpet setup is
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If you haqve or are running a 414m2 yea i would like to hear what you ran for a rubber tire setup on carpet.

It is a spec tire cs22 .
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i am running a evo IV ms but i am also running cs-22 do you want some tips ore a setup
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You can tell me what you ran but your setup for a ev04 isnt going to be the same as a 414m2 but it will help me ball park my oils and springs.
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might be worth trying to get info off the toronto rc forum..
lots of guys run them there (or did anyways)
http://p076.ezboard.com/btorontorccommunity
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all right i have moved my suspension arms in the rear as fair as i could forward. and then you should use -1 degree camber and a little more in the rear and some softer springs in the back maybe change the oild to a harder oil in the front.and the cauge drop about 2-4 degress


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