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Old 06-03-2003, 08:50 PM   #7621
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Front and Back?

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Old 06-03-2003, 08:53 PM   #7623
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Front and Back?

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Yes

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This is generally good advice, but I would say on the V1RR you should look at tires and then springs first. Droop is more fine tuning.
How really to setup my V1RR droop rear and front?
By the screw ( Which One) or by the shock spring adjuster?

Attach is a screw - I'm not really sure what it for?

How the droop is measure, yes i understand by using the droop gauge but from horizontal upward or from the arm free drop upward?

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Old 06-03-2003, 09:15 PM   #7625
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How really to setup my V1RR droop rear and front?
By the screw ( Which One) or by the shock spring adjuster?

Attach is a screw - I'm not really sure what it for?

How the droop is measure, yes i understand by using the droop gauge but from horizontal upward or from the arm free drop upward?

This is where you adjuster your droop at the front of the car
and on your attachment you are right where you adjust the rear droop.

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Old 06-04-2003, 12:13 AM   #7626
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This is where you adjuster your droop at the front of the car
and on your attachment you are right where you adjust the rear droop.

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Emmm... that photo is cystal clear on the front droop setting.. thanks.
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Old 06-04-2003, 01:04 AM   #7627
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TBR it would be a pleasure to come down the track and play cars with you on the weekend. i've got a new secret set up I'd like to try out.
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Old 06-04-2003, 01:24 AM   #7628
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Thanks TBR and AMGRacer I'll look into that Ti shaft.
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Old 06-04-2003, 01:31 AM   #7629
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Emmm... that photo is cystal clear on the front droop setting.. thanks.
I am here to help any one

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Has anybody tried the hop up range from 3Racing. Some feed back about what these products are like would be really appreciated.

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What shock wt would you use with gold springs? This is the V1RR and I have the one-way installed. Manticore suggested gold springs. I do have the rear droop limited a bit, I suppose I can open it up a bit.

So, I'm going run the gold springs with 50wt in front and ? in back. Stiffen up the FRONT swaybar a tad and put a little more droop into the rear. Next week I'll be back saying the dam thing rotates to fast, hehehe..........Thanks for your suggestions I'll give them a go at the next race.
There is no hard and fast rule really. I would use the gold springs all around and go back to 50wt oil. See how it reacts then and move things one by one after that.
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Has anybody tried the hop up range from 3Racing. Some feed back about what these products are like would be really appreciated.

i have the one piece left and right hand side brace from 3 racing.

I ditch the kawahara engine 2 pcs brace as it has developed slop on the joining hole.

the front sway bar holder. you have the tilt adjustment there so accuracy is not an issue.

have tried the 3 racing main chassis but it has problem with the accuracy of the holes and make side belt stress too much.
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Really? Won't it be a bit twitchy with that combo, I mean wanting to swap ends a bit? I like a little slide how about 42/40?
Should not if your track has decent grip. At most tracks I run on I use the same front and rear. Sometimes 1 step less on rear.

You need to get the car feeling right with tires as your first change. It will cost you a few bux in experiments but without good tire grip all your other changes are minor. Once you have the car feeling good with tires tune the suspension from there.
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Kingwillie that set up for the springs/oil sounds about the same as I used on the weekend. The car was quite good through the sweeper and the corners at our track her in Brendale. As AMG said at least this gives you a starting point try different things. Good luck and good racing lines.
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Has anybody tried the hop up range from 3Racing. Some feed back about what these products are like would be really appreciated.

Generally speaking they are quite good for the money. Not ultimate quality, but very good.
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