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  • I have always ran the front diff with 100k wt fluid and it works well yielding no understeer on or off power. But I agree 500,000 wt fluid will most likely make the car difficult to drive.
  • Hello from France,

    after this one from 2 years,



    This one for this new season...



    I decided to make a new scheme for the Red Bull World Champs Rally and Formula 1...

    The Subaru Impreza WRX Red Bull....







    Here's the link for our 2nd race of the winter:

    http://www.automodelisme.com/index.p...=727&Itemid=21

    and the link for pictures.

    http://media.automodelisme.com/2010-...92978039_avn4C


    Au revoir
  • Quote: I sold my OFNA DM ONE 1/7th and got a NIB DM SPEC 1/8

    Can you more or less share a base setup ?.

    On my 1/10th nitro i love to use front spool, would work on GT's ?, not a spool but i think i have 500.000 diff oil laying around waiting to be used ... would it work ?

    thanks,

    Pato Concha
    Chile - Southamerica

    Pato this is what many people start with something like this:

    front shocks 1000 wt. (diff oil)
    rear shocks 80 wt.
    yellow spring front 40740
    white spring rear 40739
    front camber 2 degrees
    rear camber 3.5 degrees
    front toe neg 1
    rear toe 2
    roll center inside upper front and rear
    100,000 front diff.
    30,000 rear diff.
    7mm ride ht frnt.
    8mm ride ht rear
    front sway bar almost 90degrees
    no sway bar rear


    I ended up using this:
    front shocks 1000 wt. (diff oil)
    rear shocks 80 wt.
    white spring front
    red spring rear
    front camber 2 degrees
    rear camber 3 degrees
    front toe neg 1
    rear toe 2
    roll center inside upper front and rear
    100,000 front diff.
    10,000 rear diff.
    7mm ride ht frnt.
    8mm ride ht rear
    front sway bar 90degrees
    rear sway bar 0degrees

    In our track this gives me great steering and not too much body roll. If you need less steering go up in front diff oil, or if you need more then go down. I've also used 80wt. in front shocks (as it comes from the factory) with good results. I use stand up shocks all around with maxvelocityracing carbon kit. But the stock setup work very ggod also. Another friend of mine uses 300K up front and he likes it but I prefer a car with more steering. To go up to 500K at least in my track is to push a lot in the turns. When are you comming back to Puerto Rico it's been too long.
  • Quote: Most of the people that I see that run conversions use the Kyosho mounts, they are simple and cheap. Here's the part # KYOIG104 GL
    Coolness.....Thanks!
  • Our local weekly GT racing at Hobbytown Austin ..... www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjDUk8M4-2k
  • Thanks JNEG !!

    cya !
  • Neat video Pitracer, I know Andy will add to the fun when he gets down there. Thanks for posting that up.
  • Here is an interactiv panoramic view of Club Kyosho Ajusco

    Enjoy it

    http://www.panographos.com/clientes/...stakyosho.html
  • man that track is beautiful.
  • Victor, what an amazing track you have man !!!

    Thanks for sharing that great picture ...

    cya
  • Quote: Victor, what an amazing track you have man !!!

    Thanks for sharing that great picture ...

    cya
    +1 Have to put this on my list of places to race!!
  • That track is on my list. I'll see you in March, Victor.
  • Aluminium wheels...homemade...

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  • Attention GT racers and friends
    Attention fellow racers and friends


    APERCAR, The Peruvian Association for Radio Control Cars and the Magdalena County invites you to participate in the 4th edition of the International Pacific Cup for R/C cars that will take place on February 10 to 13, 2011, at the sea side Magdalena Municipal R/C track in the city of Lima, Peru.

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  • Quote:
    Attention fellow racers and friends


    APERCAR, The Peruvian Association for Radio Control Cars and the Magdalena County invites you to participate in the 4th edition of the International Pacific Cup for R/C cars that will take place on February 10 to 13, 2011, at the sea side Magdalena Municipal R/C track in the city of Lima, Peru.



    Just a help for a friend : www.autorcperu.com

    cya !

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