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Old 06-30-2010, 08:16 AM   #361
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Old 06-30-2010, 09:50 PM   #362
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is there anyway we can get a gear ratio and roll out chart in english ?
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Attached is the English version of the Table.

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Old 07-02-2010, 12:53 AM   #364
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instruction "ARB" front
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Old 07-07-2010, 05:44 AM   #366
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Hi, some setting for a track with low traction?
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Hi, some setting for a track with low traction?
Same shore tires all around, instead of one step harder rear.
Less camber front 1-1.5 rear 2.5-3
Rear camber link longest
Lighter rear diff(40k) and front diff(80-100k) or front solid axle depending on how you like.
More rear toe in, about 3.5
Less caster
Lower roll centers
Smoother clutch
Add side dams on your bodies wing

With these changes, your car should have more grip, and be smooth, easy to drive in low traction. Remember that you should change the settings one of a time to understand exact feel of every single adjustment.
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Same shore tires all around, instead of one step harder rear.
Less camber front 1-1.5 rear 2.5-3
Rear camber link longest
Lighter rear diff(40k) and front diff(80-100k) or front solid axle depending on how you like.
More rear toe in, about 3.5
Less caster
Lower roll centers
Smoother clutch
Add side dams on your bodies wing

With these changes, your car should have more grip, and be smooth, easy to drive in low traction. Remember that you should change the settings one of a time to understand exact feel of every single adjustment.
Thanks you, who sell the solid axel?
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Old 07-07-2010, 08:28 AM   #369
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Capricorn released a solid axle, its in the shop now.
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Capricorn released a solid axle but its not in the shop yet. You can use xray nt1 solid axle if you dont want to wait.
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Default capricorn life battery

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May i have the dimensions of the capricorn life receiver battery ?
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May i have the dimensions of the capricorn life receiver battery ?
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27,5 W x 87,5 L x 16 H (mm)

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EC warm Up Setup Sheet from the winner (Martin Cristensen)

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EC warm Up Setup Sheet from the winner (Martin Cristensen)

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Thanks for the setup. I see that in the setup sheet, spring type is writen as "BLUE". Which blue springs are these? I assume Kyosho's springs but which hardness, 1.6, 1.7 or 1.8?
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