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  • About CraigMBA
    The Lakers suck.
    Valley of the Dirt, CA
    Open Wheel Race Cars
    Ballerina, Dancer, Model
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    * Cee Lo Dizzle, the Secizzle * Red Bull * Team Homies * Pintura de Negro Mate * USVTA #152


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  • Last Activity: 10-30-2023 08:01 AM
  • Join Date: 03-31-2003
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  1. vivo quevas
    05-08-2016 09:14 PM - permalink
    Carlton I have a 419 what swaybars were you telling Brian white to run. I am setting mine up I have the stock bars 1.1 in rear 1.4 in front. I was going to try yokomo blue springs? Do you have any suggestions.
    Brian come check the track out I believe it looks great.
  2. vivo quevas
    08-27-2013 07:58 AM - permalink
    Congrats on your A main victory at Tamiya. I new your car was very fast at the last race. Hope to run with again real soon!
  3. Jokermayhem
    03-11-2012 05:56 PM - permalink
    Hey man... new to the forum here and have a question for ya. I'm in the process of doing the BB spring conversion to my SC10 2WD and was wondering if you had any good pics of the front and rear shocks on your truck after the conversion? Also do you have any issues with ride height due to different lengths of the BB springs and what springs are you using? I have ordered the 38mm Kyosho Ultimate SC yellow(hard) BB springs for the front and have yellow Losi 22T springs coming for the rear. thanks
  4. 02-16-2012 07:55 AM - permalink
    Good info on the Track thread... Most people in the world let alone most of the people responding to that thread have an inkling of what it takes to start or run a business. I've been toying around with the idea of expanding my current business into a warehouse space and adding an RC business and some other auto related hobby businesses so the thread as a whole was a good read. Most of the costs you described were fairly inline with initial thoughts but I'm still in the research phase so haven't put pen to paper yet for expenses. If you don't mind I may pick your brain a bit more as I get more into the numbers side of this.

  5. CraigMBA
    10-17-2011 12:58 PM - permalink
    I'm going to remove the rear underbody cover hold down, and use that screw through the shock tower to retain a carbon fiber plate. I'm going to put a pilot pin in the plate so the load path is routed through the shock tower and the chassis assembly, rather than ask that one screw on top of the transmission case that was never intended to take that kind of load. The front screw goes into a bunch of structure and should be uber robust.
  6. old&slow
    10-17-2011 07:45 AM - permalink
    where you going to mount the brace on the rear tower
  7. CraigMBA
    10-10-2011 10:23 AM - permalink
    No, I made my own. I'm using 1c packs for a oval or WGT car because I had them around (I race mostly oval).
  8. old&slow
    10-03-2011 11:53 PM - permalink
    you are using marcus mount correct. You running it side to side like he shows in his site pictures or are you running it front to back like silver is running his

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