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Old 10-24-2007, 06:20 PM   #2986
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Dear All,

What are the differences between the chassis 803199 and the 803191??? Is the lcg the same??

And what combinations would you recommended me to use with those chassis.. e.g. brass battery holder, brass fill plate or/with carbon fill plate???

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Old 10-24-2007, 06:24 PM   #2987
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Dear All,

What are the differences between the chassis 803199 and the 803191??? Is the lcg the same??

And what combinations would you recommended me to use with those chassis.. e.g. brass battery holder, brass fill plate or/with carbon fill plate???

Best regards,

-Ray-

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803199 is a low CG milled out chassis that you can install the carbon fill plate or the brass fill plate.
803191 is like the stock chassis with the capability of installing the carbon fill plate or the brass fill plate.
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Hi, can some one explain me what will be the condition that one will benefit from using a Fix differential

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Medium to high traction tracks tend to favor a Solid axle/fixed diff scenario, however here in florida on all the tracks the fast guys are using solids, possibly because of the advantages of late braking deep into the corner entry. Cons however is that you get more understeer but nothing a little tuning can't fix. Where do you race?
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i must be slow since i use a diff huh tino?
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No, just special.
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No, just special.
bro have you tested the 1 deg block left and right swapped?
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not the open but i'll be there for w/nats
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Medium to high traction tracks tend to favor a Solid axle/fixed diff scenario, however here in florida on all the tracks the fast guys are using solids, possibly because of the advantages of late braking deep into the corner entry. Cons however is that you get more understeer but nothing a little tuning can't fix. Where do you race?

OK, I race in Panamá, this a Parking lot track, low to mid traction, I use the third one way.

Is a very hummed and hood place , 32 °C and 80 to 90% humidity


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OK, I race in Panamá, this a Parking lot track, low to mid traction, I use the third one way.

Is a very hummed and hood place , 32 °C and 80 to 90% humidity


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Hmmm here most of our tracks have good traction, for you, what have you noticed running the 3rd oneway, did you see any improvement or consistency in yor laptimes?
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Hmmm here most of our tracks have good traction, for you, what have you noticed running the 3rd oneway, did you see any improvement or consistency in yor laptimes?
With reference on the third one-way, I do have improve on my lap time, but is really because I think I do have more control on the car, because the difference in ware on the front & rear tire has decrease and that help on a 25 minutes race, I field like my care has a more consistence behavior during the entire race.

I am using 40 front & rear, with the new springs from Serpent (red rear & pink front), went I was trying yellow front and red rear from the old spring the difference was too much, I think with the new spring the difference between the red and pink work grate, at least for a medium traction track.


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With reference on the third one-way, I do have improve on my lap time, but is really because I think I do have more control on the car, because the difference in ware on the front & rear tire has decrease and that help on a 25 minutes race, I field like my care has a more consistence behavior during the entire race.

I am using 40 front & rear, with the new springs from Serpent (red rear & pink front), went I was trying yellow front and red rear from the old spring the difference was too much, I think with the new spring the difference between the red and pink work grate, at least for a medium traction track.


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hmmm I think I'll order the springs and the oneway
thanks for responding .
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