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Old 05-14-2009, 07:41 PM   #1111
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hey im after a more snappy clutch set up with the 2d
Would i get this with the grey shoe or the red wouldnt the grey alow it to slip abit more thx
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Ok, thanks! The time that I did use the 24t with 384 belt in toledo I didn't notice much difference in handling. I will campare lap times this wknd at 301.
let me know how thing workout....
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hey im after a more snappy clutch set up with the 2d
Would i get this with the grey shoe or the red wouldnt the grey alow it to slip abit more thx
Steve
I don't know what engine you are running, and how it is tuned, but try this clutch setup.

2D clutch with 4 flyweights. Use the grey shoe. Use the stock spring and tighten it down to 1.3mm past the flywheel nut. (1.3mm of thread showing). Set the gap at .4mm. Set endplay with just enough to keep it from binding. If you still need more punch, add .1mm of endplay. If that isn't snappy enough then you need either a better engine setup, or it isn't tuned right.
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Old 05-15-2009, 08:19 PM   #1115
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So what parts do I actually need?

i have front diff housing (comes with evo2 kit) - do i need anything else like small screws? and the circle ring that sits inside the diff?
vz218 ?
vz219 ? do they come with 2 x 11 pins?
vz012 ?
bs107 ?

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My bad it is the vz218 not paying attention...The long ones yes they do come with the pins
and maybe 4 2.6x8 screws for the case if you don't have extras
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Old 05-16-2009, 05:39 PM   #1116
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Hi guys,

Just come back from testing my new EVO 2 WC, my last car was aTeam Magic G4, just i can sat WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Im using stock setup and the car is very good BUT I have a problem on the sweeper, it break loose the rear when pushing hard. any idea how to solve it?

Im using spool, and 15000 on the raer diff, everything else is STOCK. weight of the car is 1730gr. body STRATUS

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Old 05-18-2009, 09:54 AM   #1117
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my car has considerable play on arms shaft. It almost new 1 gallon and has it since I builded. I have noticed that others RRR have this play too.. Should I place some washers to remove this or let it? No one have consensus about. I have some says it helps the car handling on bump surface
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my car has considerable play on arms shaft. It almost new 1 gallon and has it since I builded. I have noticed that others RRR have this play too.. Should I place some washers to remove this or let it? No one have consensus about. I have some says it helps the car handling on bump surface
I shim my car to remove that slop. I doubt it makes a big difference either way, but really you should want the suspension to absorb the bumps.

I use armature washers from my electric racing days as shims.
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Old 05-19-2009, 03:50 AM   #1119
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hey does kyosho make a front lola body post mount or will the m3 one fit
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my car has considerable play on arms shaft. It almost new 1 gallon and has it since I builded. I have noticed that others RRR have this play too.. Should I place some washers to remove this or let it? No one have consensus about. I have some says it helps the car handling on bump surface
If it does not affect your driving leave it alone, my does that too. I see a bunch of people always in the bench tweaking away rather than racing. if you already have a good setup just get the tires on the asphalt and let the car do what it was supposed to do "Race"
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hey guys, i was wondering what tool you guys use to adjust the toe for the front? these are not adjustable rods, these are the rods that come with the kit and has a hole in the middle. i've just been using pliers as i don't have a tool to use to put through the hole....let us know...thanks
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hey guys, i was wondering what tool you guys use to adjust the toe for the front? these are not adjustable rods, these are the rods that come with the kit and has a hole in the middle. i've just been using pliers as i don't have a tool to use to put through the hole....let us know...thanks
I used a small allen wrench or exhaust spring tool (it has a hook at the end for ataching the headder springs, or any other hook type springs) AE makes one Hudy makes a nice one of course, EDS has nice one also.
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hey guys, i was wondering what tool you guys use to adjust the toe for the front? these are not adjustable rods, these are the rods that come with the kit and has a hole in the middle. i've just been using pliers as i don't have a tool to use to put through the hole....let us know...thanks
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hey guys, i was wondering what tool you guys use to adjust the toe for the front? these are not adjustable rods, these are the rods that come with the kit and has a hole in the middle. i've just been using pliers as i don't have a tool to use to put through the hole....let us know...thanks
I use an L shaped pick which almost looks like a dentist's pick. Real easy to use in adjusting the tow. I have even drilled a hole in the rear camber links so I can use the pick to adjust the rear camber.

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Is there a gear set chart that list the different gear sets based on track size?
I ask mainly because i dont know which gears to get get for 301 raceway and my home track.
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