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Old 08-05-2004, 12:37 AM   #151
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Default Re: Re: About the 32-37

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Check this :
http://www.mytsn.com/setups/setup.asp?sid=2659

very interesting setup.
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Front Left 32 , Front Right 35
Reat Left 32, Rear Right 37 !!


The track must be anti-counter clockwise . Anyway, I still very confuse ...How to run like that !!


If left 32 and right 35 ...It 's not so special ...But this one , Front and rear right is diff too. Make me think to hard how to run ?
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Old 08-05-2004, 01:18 AM   #152
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Front Left 32 , Front Right 35
Reat Left 32, Rear Right 37 !!


The track must be anti-counter clockwise . Anyway, I still very confuse ...How to run like that !!


If left 32 and right 35 ...It 's not so special ...But this one , Front and rear right is diff too. Make me think to hard how to run ?
ha ha ha .. that is why im asking him..
Maybe they are having a bad batch from ellegy or forgot to bring durometer.
But when reading the report, there is Picco, Salven, KHM too so the question is : Is there no other way?
I dunno about the layout, when comparing with Julius setup on the previous month (using 710) he was using 40R all around
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Old 08-06-2004, 11:27 PM   #153
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Default Here's the track

Surfing through mytsn.com and researcing more about Ilia's setup, I found a pic of the track he used the setup on. I was right about a NASCAR type track with a long left sweeper in the back. Wow! I wonder what tops speeds can be reached on that sweeper?
Link of track
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Old 08-09-2004, 11:51 PM   #154
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Default Centax Clutch shoes and flyweights wearing out too fast

Anyone have any tips on how to maintain and preserve them?
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Old 08-20-2004, 06:19 PM   #155
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Default Pre Camber Tires?

Hey guys, How much pre camber to put on tires and is it only the rears or do you pre camber the fronts also?Thanks
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Most people I know put one degree in the rears and none in the front.
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Old 08-20-2004, 08:07 PM   #157
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Thanks, I'll try it
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Where do you measure the tire dia when you pre-camber them? Inside or Outside? Thanks
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I still measure them on the outside but the middle would probably be a better idea.
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Old 08-31-2004, 08:22 PM   #160
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Hi to all,
Does anyone know how to remove the dog bone pins from the hudy steel dog bones? Serpent has discontinued the special pin removing tool but continue to supply the replacement pins..... And to replace the dog bones(four pieces) is not cheap and also pretty wasteful....

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Old 09-02-2004, 08:52 PM   #161
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I would press the old pin out until flush with the ball using a bench vise and an old socket for a support and then when the pin is flush use the new pin to push the old one all the way out and in the same time you also have the new pin pushed in
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I would press the old pin out until flush with the ball using a bench vise and an old socket for a support and then when the pin is flush use the new pin to push the old one all the way out and in the same time you also have the new pin pushed in
Thanks for the idea Bandicoot. Did you heat it up while doing this? How do you support the new pin to push the old one out?
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I did not use heat although it would probably help and as for holding the new pin in place i just used a pair of needle nose vise grip pliers. good luck
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Everyone wake up! It's Nitro season!
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