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Old 01-10-2010, 06:28 AM   #1771
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if you strip a front belt, then the rear of the car drives. so if your coming out of the corner, its like rear wheel drive, very hard to control. but it would be like that every corner, every time. not if the belt is jumping , then it can be erratic when it happens. also what rear diff oil are you using ? and check the simple things , like dog bones arent binding when the suspensio is compressed. best way to check, is push down till the chassis bottoms out, and grab each bone, and see if it still has some movement from side to side.
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if you strip a front belt, then the rear of the car drives. so if your coming out of the corner, its like rear wheel drive, very hard to control. but it would be like that every corner, every time. not if the belt is jumping , then it can be erratic when it happens. also what rear diff oil are you using ? and check the simple things , like dog bones arent binding when the suspensio is compressed. best way to check, is push down till the chassis bottoms out, and grab each bone, and see if it still has some movement from side to side.
Nothing is binding i have checked it many times , it definitely feels like a rear wheel drive at every corner exit makes more sense . Corner entry and mid is always very good and the rest of the drive is excellent , but exit is always heavy over steer . i am using stock diff rear and 100K kyosho front diff. i will check out the belts tomorrow.
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Old 01-10-2010, 06:02 PM   #1773
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yr rear diff too soft; try 60k or 80k...
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nice product
http://www.redrc.net/2010/01/cso-966...ht-brake-disc/
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+1 need two of these asap Sam
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have anyone used the new rear bracket for the 733, if do , notice any difference on handling?



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Old 01-12-2010, 11:59 PM   #1777
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A little bit more stearing and less flex in the rear between the gearshaft and rear diff.
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Which belts is better orange or the low friction once?
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Which belts is better orange or the low friction once?
the orange belts last longer.
but the low friction ones roll better .
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the orange belts last longer.
but the low friction ones roll better .
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use the black to qualify and orange for mains...

my front and rear are orange while my side is black!

by the way, anyone knows the length of the rear dog bones? and which other dog bones fit?
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Hi
Does anybody have set up for lostallo,Switzerland (for 733 of course =))
if no=( what could you advice me for this track?
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Does anybody have set up for lostallo,Switzerland (for 733 of course =))
if no=( what could you advice me for this track?
Send me the plane ticket and Ill go help you set up
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Does anybody have set up for lostallo,Switzerland (for 733 of course =))
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A Murnan engine, that will be around 80% of the setup.
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