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Old 06-03-2004, 10:03 PM   #331
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I thought the car need to use mugen tire to have the correct width
hey pramid,

i did use the kyosho trye to get the car set up in the right width 252mm front and 262 rear. However, when i changed to mugen wheel, i found the width overall is narrow down...i have to release the pivot ball to maintain the correct track width.....
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Old 06-03-2004, 10:22 PM   #332
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I found my evlova have a little bit push, can anyone tell your setting ? if use the muguen trye the car seems to have a shorter track width...is that right ?
What shore of front tires are you using? I use Mugen Fast Tires 35 shore with 2 degrees toe-out and -2 camber, the car has plenty of steering. Also you should not have more than 2 degrees toe-in at the rear. Try this, you should be content with the results.
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What shore of front tires are you using? I use Mugen Fast Tires 35 shore with 2 degrees toe-out and -2 camber, the car has plenty of steering. Also you should not have more than 2 degrees toe-in at the rear. Try this, you should be content with the results.
Also with the Mugen tires the track width is narrowed, so you have to back out the pivot balls in the rear. I run 262mm in the rear and 258mm up front.
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What shore of front tires are you using? I use Mugen Fast Tires 35 shore with 2 degrees toe-out and -2 camber, the car has plenty of steering. Also you should not have more than 2 degrees toe-in at the rear. Try this, you should be content with the results.
i used the GQ tyres 35 shore with 1 degree out in front and 1.5 degree in at the rear. have you tried different caster angle ?
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i used the GQ tyres 35 shore with 1 degree out in front and 1.5 degree in at the rear. have you tried different caster angle ?
I have'nt tried GQ tires yet. I hae'nt tried different caster angles, I'm using what the manual said and it works for me
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Also with the Mugen tires the track width is narrowed, so you have to back out the pivot balls in the rear. I run 262mm in the rear and 258mm up front.
to make the 262 rear by using the mugen wheel, you need to back out the pivot ball a lot to achive the needed track width ?

i saw you have the blue adjustable rear sway bar...is that good ?
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to make the 262 rear by using the mugen wheel, you need to back out the pivot ball a lot to achive the needed track width ?

i saw you have the blue adjustable rear sway bar...is that good ?
Yeah, I don't like to have the pivot balls backed out so much, but there is no where to get Power Tyre's aound here. Where do you get yours? I do like the blue adjustable swaybar.
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Yeah, I don't like to have the pivot balls backed out so much, but there is no where to get Power Tyre's aound here. Where do you get yours? I do like the blue adjustable swaybar.
it is not woth to get the power tyre as I have to pay about 15% more than the GQ and mugen fast tyre.......actually the tyre wear are the same and the power tyre does not last longer than the GQ....

in durablity, GQ should be the best among those brand..... however, the GQ and fast tyre cannot provide a correct off set wheel so it is necesary to back out the pivot ball a lot to get the correct track width....

for kyosho and power tyre, you don't have that problem..........
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