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Old 03-24-2014, 03:24 PM   #961
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Just starting to build the new 801 and does any one have the default setting for the servo saver post position and setting for the new servo saver (ackerman) as these items are not mentioned in the set up sheet
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Old 03-24-2014, 05:01 PM   #962
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Just starting to build the new 801 and does any one have the default setting for the servo saver post position and setting for the new servo saver (ackerman) as these items are not mentioned in the set up sheet
Start out with the middle hole and the 11 insert.
Personally I ended up with the servosaver all the way forward and the 12 insert.
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Old 03-24-2014, 11:43 PM   #963
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Thanks for the reply, forgot to mention that this is the new chassis with four holes for the servo post
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Old 04-16-2014, 04:43 AM   #964
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Hello all,

Where can I find a starting setup for the new reverse-clutch??

Meaning:
- Spring tension?
- Bell-clearence?
- Gap?

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Old 04-16-2014, 08:11 AM   #965
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Hello all,

Where can I find a starting setup for the new reverse-clutch??

Meaning:
- Spring tension?
- Bell-clearence?
- Gap?

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spring tension .5 mm
Bell clearence .7 mm
Gap .1 mm

This works excellent with super hard spring
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Old 04-17-2014, 01:56 PM   #966
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spring tension .5 mm
Bell clearence .7 mm
Gap .1 mm

This works excellent with super hard spring
Thanks!!! I'll start with that.

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Old 04-23-2014, 03:19 PM   #967
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What updates has the C801 Pro 2014 car had, also how does it compare to the Black version?
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Managed to find the info out by having a good browse through the Capricorn website!
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Old 05-08-2014, 02:59 AM   #969
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Hi everyone I'm building an new car. I have some new rsx one10 servos will these be strong enough to do the job. my current car is using futaba 9451 from memory they were around the 9kg mark. or should I grab a rsx2 response hc I'll be running a lipo too thanks
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Hi everyone I'm building an new car. I have some new rsx one10 servos will these be strong enough to do the job. my current car is using futaba 9451 from memory they were around the 9kg mark. or should I grab a rsx2 response hc I'll be running a lipo too thanks
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The RSX One10 servos will do fine, I used them in my C801 as well.
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as do I and they are awesome.
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Time to work on my 1/8 c 801 !!!! Next race ay homestead Florida on road challenge june 21/22
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Working in my c801 !!!! Clean and clean lol
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Small update regarding my 2012 car.

Pretty much completed the car, only waiting on the new clutch which should be available within 2-3 weeks.

Fitted the rear flex system, I'm very interested what this does on the track.
Also drilled two additional holes just in front of the radio tray supports, these will be used to mount weight. Right now it looks like the car will weigh around 2350g so I needed some extra spots to mount the weight.

Wondering if anyone actually felt a difference using the rear flex system. Any feedback appreciated.
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I have tried the car with the rear flex system and without the rear flex system but with the top deck screws loose. I couldn't tell a difference. I imagine its to keep the top deck from lifting if the screws happen to back out, but I'm not sure.
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