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Old 05-10-2009, 08:24 PM   #31
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Hey all if you want to take a looking on the new Pursuit SPT1 we will be on Kamikaze race this came weekand at Cristal Park
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Old 05-12-2009, 01:58 PM   #32
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Hi All Where is all the SVM Drivers???
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Old 05-12-2009, 04:03 PM   #33
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Terry,
What date are you arriving for the Capitol Classic?
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Old 05-12-2009, 04:07 PM   #34
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To setup front overdrive, do you use the 23t or the 24t side pulley?

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What date are you arriving for the Capitol Classic?

On may 20th i will be there
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To setup front overdrive, do you use the 23t or the 24t side pulley?

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23 it's better
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23 it's better
Thanks... Any tips for the shocks? They are very tight, i have tried to open the plastic washers up with the dremel, but it hasn't worked the way i had hoped.

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Thanks... Any tips for the shocks? They are very tight, i have tried to open the plastic washers up with the dremel, but it hasn't worked the way i had hoped.

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where did you buy it

the chocks came on the first model was defected I just made a new O-ring and it's perfect now
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We will be there on May 15
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hi all

i have a question regarding the bearing excentrics in the rear hubs. the book suggests to use the neutral ones but what i would like to know is what i can expect to gain or loose by using the offset ones in each direction. i.e forward or back, up or down.

thanks in advance for any help with this
Ok if you move the axel forward it will give you more dogbone sweep and it should have more forward traction, up or down will change the rollcenter like moving the rear lower pin up or down, so its good for fine tuning.
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Ok if you move the axel forward it will give you more dogbone sweep and it should have more forward traction, up or down will change the rollcenter like moving the rear lower pin up or down, so its good for fine tuning.
back will make the car longer, maybe good for more stability, I have to test more only ran the car at one race in Brazil so far, but it was very good. C.T.
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back will make the car longer, maybe good for more stability, I have to test more only ran the car at one race in Brazil so far, but it was very good. C.T.
for me if you have the first tight shocks you can take out 1 o-ring and put in a plastic spacer in place of the o-ring.
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where did you buy it

the chocks came on the first model was defected I just made a new O-ring and it's perfect now

I got it in Hong Kong...I will have to see if something from a different brand car will fit.

I also had to remove some material off the bulkhead as the steering rack was rubbing a little!

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Ok if you move the axel forward it will give you more dogbone sweep and it should have more forward traction, up or down will change the rollcenter like moving the rear lower pin up or down, so its good for fine tuning.
Thanks for the info. ill try a few things and we will see how we go.

thaks again
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Old 05-17-2009, 07:58 PM   #45
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no problem we are here to help anyone

After finish the Kamikaze race the new Pursuit SPT1 made to de podium Chris Tosolini after lost the antena Tube finish in 3rd place the car was fest!!!!!!
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