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Old 03-31-2010, 09:47 PM
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Hye there... Would like your opinion regarding a very lose track traction:

-WHAT CLUCHT SHOES WOULD YOU PREFER TO INSTALL ON THE ENGINE?
-WHICH CLUCH SPRINGS?
-WHAT KIND OF TIRES ?

Finally, what do you think about a full Carbon shoes with 1.1 springs
on a Novarossi P5 with pipe 9901 ??


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I don't think you want 1.1 springs on a loose track. A .9mm to 1mm will be more suitable, depending on your engine. Tires will depend on your surface.
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Originally Posted by NitroFreakManHo View Post
I don't think you want 1.1 springs on a loose track. A .9mm to 1mm will be more suitable, depending on your engine. Tires will depend on your surface.
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Originally Posted by bo6areem View Post
Hye there... Would like your opinion regarding a very lose track traction:

-WHAT CLUCHT SHOES WOULD YOU PREFER TO INSTALL ON THE ENGINE?
-WHICH CLUCH SPRINGS?
-WHAT KIND OF TIRES ?

Finally, what do you think about a full Carbon shoes with 1.1 springs
on a Novarossi P5 with pipe 9901 ??


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Bro the season is almost over, you should have asked monthes ago
and no matter what you do, am gonna smoke your A$$ tomorrow

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Old 04-01-2010, 01:45 AM
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loose track- low traction surface

light clutch springs .9 or .8

more droop

stiffer center diff (go 2000 up for buggy 3000 up for truggy over norm)

smooth out the throttle finger or dial in some expo on the radio
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Originally Posted by KWT-NITRO View Post
Bro the season is almost over, you should have asked monthes ago
and no matter what you do, am gonna smoke your A$$ tomorrow

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lol...the competition trying eh.
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If you mean slippery dry or just loose dirt with loam they are different. If the track has dirt and less clay with fluff you really don't want to change unless it's dry too. Now carbon mugen shoes are the best with 1.0 springs in looser dirt or slippery tracks. Your p5 has a lot of torque so 1.1 springs would make it hit too hard. In fact 1.1 springs are usually too stiff for any track... IMO.

You might try the 086 pipe too it is a top end pipe and it will smooth out that torquey engine.....finally try to richen up the engine a bit.....The p5 is very adjustable. I just put a 7.5 restrictor and it works great. Down from an 8....

I would try 5,000 f, 7,000, center, 3,000 rear. It works on every buggy I've pimped out....
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