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Old 11-10-2006, 03:47 PM   #196
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Mike on your 007 set up sheet it says shims in front 2.65 and shims in rear 33. im guessing its suppost to be 3.3? And then for the front you add one of the gold 1.15 shims? What about the rear? So that would give you inboard toe in up front? Any help will be appreciated.
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Mike on your 007 set up sheet it says shims in front 2.65 and shims in rear 33. im guessing its suppost to be 3.3? And then for the front you add one of the gold 1.15 shims? What about the rear? So that would give you inboard toe in up front? Any help will be appreciated.
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Old 11-21-2006, 07:49 AM   #198
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mike--- i am to curious about the front shims as well. how does this inboard toe in effect the handling...also since you are running the 3mm on the inside front and rear, is that why your front and rear roll centers are in the outer lower holes to keep the geometry the same ?
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Old 11-21-2006, 08:38 AM   #199
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Since no one has replied to the thread I started on this....

Has anyone else have problems with these pinions?
I've chewed up 2 116 spurs using 2 different one and a friend of mind chewed up another one this last Saturday. Both cars are X-ray T2, ( 16, 24 and 28 was being used on 116 robinson spur gears ). I went back to the Steel pinion and did not have any peoblems. I also had 2 experience racers take a look at the gear mesh and made sure the motor was tight before I ran it. The last one was a new spur and it ran 8 feet before it chewed it up. There is a little side play with the spur but everyone else has the same play as mine....

I got these from Stormer Hobbies ( I don't believe this is a stormer hobby issue ) and the production information provided:

Part Number: PRS6428
Pinion Gear-28 tooth, 64 pitch aluminum

These ultra-precise pinion gears are machined perfectly round from light 6061 aluminum, then hard teflon coated black. Eight additional lightening holes have been added to reduce the rotating mass. These pinion gears also take the large .062" tip wrench that are used on your 4 x 40mm button head screws.
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Old 11-23-2006, 04:32 AM   #200
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Nova F1 Racer,

Check your original thread.

Now back to Mike...
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Old 12-20-2006, 11:44 AM   #202
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Sorry for being absent for so long.. I am back geting ready for the novak race .....


Scott... Wow that is old... Wish i was that skinny now ...


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Old 12-20-2006, 11:50 AM   #203
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TimmyMontoya .. It was supposed to be 3.0 in the rear.. I was running alittle bit of front arm sweep....




Nova F1 Racer.. I have never had any problems with the 64 pitch spurs ... maybe you got a bad batch or something contact teamxray or rcamerica.



darryl... Glad i could help ya ....



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Old 12-20-2006, 12:47 PM   #204
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Mike - No more Black Widow? Has it been confirmed that there is a "business" relationship between CRC and Trinity?
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Tony... I am not 100% sure.. I think they may still have some parts etc.. I do know they will be selling the CRC car with Frank ....


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TimmyMontoya .. It was supposed to be 3.0 in the rear.. I was running alittle bit of front arm sweep....




Nova F1 Racer.. I have never had any problems with the 64 pitch spurs ... maybe you got a bad batch or something contact teamxray or rcamerica.



darryl... Glad i could help ya ....



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Seems the drivetrain mighhave been off a little causing it, after I took everthing apart it was not a issue anymore...
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nova.. Glad you found the problem.. And sorry i was so late to respond....

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Old 12-21-2006, 02:02 PM   #208
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nova.. Glad you found the problem.. And sorry i was so late to respond....

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Not a problem.. I just wished I had not put this in separate threads....
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Old 12-28-2006, 09:27 AM   #209
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hey mike i notice rc america and x ray are no longer in you sig. i was wondering if you are planning on going to a corally car or a associated ?
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Hey Mike what car will you be driving at the Florida Winternats?
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