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Old 08-01-2010, 01:44 PM   #5536
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Congrats to Ralph he deserves this championship. Great guy and a talent. Now you know win on saturday( Sunday) sell on Monday! Congrats Ralphie and RcAmerica.
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Old 08-01-2010, 03:08 PM   #5537
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Well I'll be buying the limited edition Ralph Burch NT1 WC and never running it!! It's should be around $550-590
I will buy it, and I will race the hell out of it lol. You must exercise the demons! I won the last time out with my slightly modified NT1. Imagine what I could do with a limited edition ass kicking machine. It might even come with the light weight diff gears so I can spin the wheels off the slow corners even more lol.
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Old 08-03-2010, 05:06 AM   #5538
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yup, looks like arms are forward, the rear eccentric holder doesn't look changed. The rear arm has been shaved, if you look closely on you can barely make out the droop screw being forward of where it is stock.

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Does Anybody Know What mm Shims Burch Used To Bring The Rear A-Arms Foward ????
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Old 08-03-2010, 06:28 AM   #5539
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Does Anybody Know What mm Shims Burch Used To Bring The Rear A-Arms Foward ????
maybe its batterypowered brother or maybe its a serpent part
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Old 08-03-2010, 01:13 PM   #5540
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If i had to guess.. It looks like a 1mm shim from the T3. So we can all just about bet there will be a WC kit or something to that nature with the rear arms being more narrow. Im curious to know if that is a 2602 pipe on the maxpower motor or something else.
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Old 08-03-2010, 01:18 PM   #5541
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No it's a novarossi 2652 pipe
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Old 08-03-2010, 01:40 PM   #5542
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yup just noticed that in a pic on redrc.net the carb on his motor also looks a little diff from the stock carb i got with my xxl3b... hmm
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yup just noticed that in a pic on redrc.net the carb on his motor also looks a little diff from the stock carb i got with my xxl3b... hmm
The engine is a custom tuned one. So a different carb isn't all that exiting :-)


About the a-arms in the rear. What i also notice is the carbon plate on the top of the car, where the upper-link in the rear is mounted, also has 2mm shims...
Aka, that upper-link must be pointing forward a lot, which i can' tmake up from the pictures...


Also, do i see a red clutch shoe?
A-arms in front are also moved backwords, but the ackerman doesn't seem to be changed, that means a LOT of ackerman...
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The engine is a custom tuned one. So a different carb isn't all that exiting :-)


About the a-arms in the rear. What i also notice is the carbon plate on the top of the car, where the upper-link in the rear is mounted, also has 2mm shims...
Aka, that upper-link must be pointing forward a lot, which i can' tmake up from the pictures...


Also, do i see a red clutch shoe?
A-arms in front are also moved backwords, but the ackerman doesn't seem to be changed, that means a LOT of ackerman...
Capricorn clutch.
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What I can't understand is the fact that Ralph won the "WORLD" not a lil b- championship or other minor race. You look at the site and not a word of his win???? Why?
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The engine is a custom tuned one. So a different carb isn't all that exiting :-)


About the a-arms in the rear. What i also notice is the carbon plate on the top of the car, where the upper-link in the rear is mounted, also has 2mm shims...
Aka, that upper-link must be pointing forward a lot, which i can' tmake up from the pictures...


Also, do i see a red clutch shoe?
A-arms in front are also moved backwords, but the ackerman doesn't seem to be changed, that means a LOT of ackerman...
I added a 2mm shim in the upper camber link and the rear shocks run against the camber links. So i reduced it to 1mm to avoid this.

I also narrowed the rear arms by 2mm. But if you narrow it down by the whole 2mm, the arms begin to rub with the spurs slightly.
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Yeah im kinda curious to Y xray hasnt posted some BIG BIG pics of the win on there page. The only thing i could come up with is there going to come out with a WC car and show the pics. but very weird to not have something up.
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Short wheel base !
because this rear arm had toe-in !
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He has the short wheel base. Its a 1mm shim the shim come with the new front arm (its one of the new upgrades for 2010). The arms will work on all of the kits. The part number is 332111.
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He has the short wheel base. Its a 1mm shim the shim come with the new front arm (its one of the new upgrades for 2010). The arms will work on all of the kits. The part number is 332111.
What's the part number for those rear arms?
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