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  • Last Activity: 11-17-2016 03:41 PM
  • Join Date: 01-01-2013
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  1. Mr Weasel
    02-16-2013 05:28 PM - permalink
    Hey Dave,

    This is Michael. I met you at the track on Saturday arvo.

    Thanks for the tips on the transponder in this forum.

    This message is to encourage you to come and race in 540 novice this Sunday. Do it man. Even if you can't get there for the early qualifying, the session goes all day and I'm sure they will let you race.

    Cheers, michael
  2. 01-03-2013 07:29 PM - permalink
    Hello your choice of Sakura is a good one as i have one too, read through rctech-sakura zero s section, it contains good info. Some neccassary hopups i think are replacing the plastic hex wheel adaptors with the alloy ones and the turnbuckles for the titanium set.
    Firstly for 540 you need to loosen the belts otherwise the friction will rob you of speed, you will need ALLOY SPUR GEAR ADAPTOR, and GEAR SHAFT SET and 19T PULLEY. The zero s has a tendency to be loose in the rear (oversteer) i recommend getting 5.75 and 6.0 optional springs, 5.5 is standard but are too hard for the rear, i use 6.0 in the rear and 5.75 occasionally if i need more steering. Another way to improve rear traction is to shorten the rear track width, i am using X1 rear arms to do this or you can use the optional narrow rear blocks.Shock oil try 35wt but without the softer rear springs try 40f 30r, 1.5* camber f/r, 0.5* toe out front, 3*rear, droop 5 f/r hope this helps feel free to ask any questions

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