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Old 03-28-2005, 03:47 AM   #2896
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i don't think the blocked front diff is that goog for tight tracks, UNLESS you're racing at a smooth and high bite surface......

with the blocked front you'll loose lots of corner entering, but you'll gain steering under acceleration.......

at last i dont know what to do...i ve heard many suggestions.
but i think that if i earn steering under acceleration worth it.
but i won t blocked it 100% i ll put 80000-10000 oil!

i think it s the best solution

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Old 03-28-2005, 04:06 AM   #2897
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guys do anyone has the sign which shows a little dino who steps on a snake(g4-710)?if you got it please upload it in order to copy it!

thanks

also where can i find soft springs for the rear suspension?
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Old 03-28-2005, 05:26 AM   #2898
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try mugen fronte springs, the ones made to the front shocks of mugen cars fit perfectly the g4, the purple 1.6, light blue or blue 1.7, gray 1.8 and white 1.9 are the best springs to get your car planted......
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Old 03-28-2005, 06:37 AM   #2899
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thanks man

1,8 are the softer of all?
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Old 03-28-2005, 06:46 AM   #2900
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nop....

from softest to hardest:

PURPLE d=1.6mm
LIGHT BLUE d=1.7mm
DARK BLUE d=1.7mm
GRAY d=1.8mm
WHITE d=1.9mm
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Old 03-28-2005, 06:48 AM   #2901
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APLA,


do you race with rubber or foam tires?
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i race with foam tires...also tell with what oil i should use them #600?700?
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these oils will work at a medium~high grip track.....

for low bite or bumpy track, stay with 400~600......

i use to run softer front tires, sometimes without front stabilizer bar.....
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i don t have the anti rols bar i got the e class !do you think they worth buying?my track is a bumpy and techical track
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i think so.....

don't know where you race, but sway bars are a must for most tracks, specially running foams.....
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let me ask something else...i see many bodies with very nice paintings!how do the heck they do these....i ve heard that there are some inner stickers!!*is that correct?where can i find these?
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which should i choose? 3racing-k fact??are there kinds and kinds of them or they are all same?

what do you suggest?
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i can't hell you with that.....

i run full white bodies only hahahahahahahha!

but i do know that there are some sticker to put before painting, something like the drawings in surfboards.....
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hi ppl!
i own one g4.and i would like to suggest me what is better.....to make the front dif 100%blocked or to put inside 100000 oil? at the moment i have 50000....and some guys said do blocked it because it ll handle better.

my track is a close and technical track
No need.
I just finished the Taiwanese National Challenge Round 1 last sunday. I'm the only one running front diff. The track is very tight and technical,too. The starting I used 30k front and 10k rear but the car was not willing to enter the corner. So I pour 30k out about 50% then add some 10k. It handles better. So I think 20k front and 10k rear is not bad.FYI.
I'm running 35 front tyres and 37/40 rear tyres(the outer rear tyre is 40).
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i can't hell you with that.....

i run full white bodies only hahahahahahahha!

but i do know that there are some sticker to put before painting, something like the drawings in surfboards.....
white bodies in order to keep the temp of the engine down??

what anti rols you think i should use?
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