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Old 07-01-2011, 02:02 PM   #331
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Hi guys,

Im just halfway building the kit,and when i got into the front upper arm section,i found out that im missing the '0' or middle position insert.been trying to look for them im just missing a set for the front upper arms.

Just wondering has anyone tried using a different upper arm position compared to the stock 0.And what's the effect if its inner or outer position?might look into this alternative method to solve my current problem and finish the kit off instead of waiting for parts.

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I use the outer position which makes the upper shorter. This give the car a more direct responsiveness feel. Basically quicker left to right. The inner position will make the car feel smoother.

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I use the outer position which makes the upper shorter. This give the car a more direct responsiveness feel. Basically quicker left to right. The inner position will make the car feel smoother.

Hope this helps,

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hey DJ,

Wow thanks for the swift reply!appreciate it.thanks for the setup tip.anyways,i will try to work with what i have at the moment.im also thinking of changing the rear inserts to the lower ones and den move the 0 inserts back to the front.
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Hi guys can I get copy of Darios setup from the worlds ? Thank you
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Old 07-03-2011, 04:53 AM   #335
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Thats setup wont work on your tourer Johhny...lol

This ought to be interesting Habib with a 8th scale...haha
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Old 07-05-2011, 10:45 AM   #336
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All you need is the longer rear body centering plate for enhance rear suspension travel, with the correct set up, the car is very stable right out of the box, you won't be disappointed, it comes with everything like the front and rear aluminum body post, brass battery tray, Kevlar pulleys, Lightened/vented brake rotor, one piece engine mount (too much to list) etc.... as standard in the kit, plastic parts are strong and a very well thought design.

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Old 07-08-2011, 12:10 PM   #337
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Could I also have Dario's setup please.

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Could I also have Dario's setup please.

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Just noticed that pic is Sebastian car
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Oh i didn't have setup, just a message to kamakazi, sorry 4 confusion!! ask DJ, or get his setup, the guys dialed!!
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Old 07-11-2011, 09:15 AM   #340
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This is a very good car. I enjoyed driving it this weekend and I am very happy with it. The low friction pulley make the drivetrain super free and the shocks are awesome!!!

The servo horn for the steering .... You really need the right one because the angle of the linkage needs to be really horizontal with the chassis to get the proper throws. Really good build and box setup was really easy to drive....
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Ok, thanks. Will check with DJ.

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Old 07-12-2011, 05:49 PM   #343
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Well, it seems I'm going Capricorn as well......I have seen the car in action and just felt in love with it.....Should have mine ready by Friday.
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Old 07-19-2011, 05:01 AM   #344
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AAHHHH.....Finally done !! looking forward to putting it on the track....

I'm not crazy about that blue servo horn, but that's all I could find....jejejejeje
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AAHHHH.....Finally done !! looking forward to putting it on the track....

I'm not crazy about that blue servo horn, but that's all I could find....jejejejeje
Looking good Vidal!!!! I figured you finished it my phone stopped ringing lol. Chaplin Sunday??
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