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    St.Paul MN
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    drumming, R/C, archery

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  • Last Activity: 10-26-2015 01:03 PM
  • Join Date: 04-13-2010
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  1. sterling moss
    10-27-2015 07:29 AM - permalink
    I also run 2-3 mm spacing under each inner camber link ball ...makes a big difference how well the car corners. I have about 2mm under each outer tie rod ball to minimize bump steer.
    when I set droop I tighten the spring collars down enough to top out suspension travel then set ride height in front to 7mm using droop screws then loosen springs till the car drops to 6mm.
    In the rear same thing but set droop screw ride height to 8mm the loosen spring collars till ride height is 6mm.
  2. sterling moss
    10-26-2015 08:19 PM - permalink
    fdr about 3.8. remove the center support to add flex to the chassis.
    FRONT:silver spring, #2 piston,40 wt, outer hole on lower arm, 2nd or 3rd hole on top mount, 4 degree caster(c hub), 2 degrees camber, 1 degree toe out , Ride Ht +1 for droop.
    REAR:green spring, #2 ,40wt, upper shock mounted all the way in on upper mt. outer hole on lower arm, 2-2.5 degree toe if you have it (hobby warehouse still has em). 2 degree camber, Ride ht +2 for droop

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