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Old 08-23-2005, 10:31 AM   #3691
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I was trying to assemble my new V one RRR WC editions and found out it was missing the part#21 lrft frnt bulkhead cap. Does anyone know where I ca get one quick? Thanks!
Uh - oh! fpart's got aTriple R!!! Scooby's not gonna like this, T-laner.
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Old 08-24-2005, 09:26 AM   #3692
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Has anybody seen any blue anodised droop stoppers for the RRR? I had some on my FW but cant find any for the RRR

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Old 08-24-2005, 10:25 AM   #3693
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Uh - oh! fpart's got aTriple R!!! Scooby's not gonna like this, T-laner.
You know it...But it is missing parts from the factory so I can't run it ....this weekend!
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Old 08-24-2005, 01:35 PM   #3694
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Has anybody seen any blue anodised droop stoppers for the RRR? I had some on my FW but cant find any for the RRR

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what do they look like? Never seen them on the FW.
have any pics of them.
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Old 08-24-2005, 08:00 PM   #3695
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hi there
what's the best ratio (gear combination) for track lenght as below:
large 170++ft
medium 150ft
small 120ft.
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Old 08-24-2005, 08:23 PM   #3696
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i hve the sirio evo3 ,on large tracks here in sunny fla.17/59,23/55,med an shorttracks ,i run 15/61,20/56.
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Old 08-24-2005, 08:29 PM   #3697
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You know it...But it is missing parts from the factory so I can't run it ....this weekend!
Don't feel bad. I'll be stuck at work. Do you still have the G4? You'll just have to run it, instead.
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Old 08-25-2005, 01:35 AM   #3698
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i hve the sirio evo3 ,on large tracks here in sunny fla.17/59,23/55,med an shorttracks ,i run 15/61,20/56.
thanx for that info. currently i run 17/61 23/55 and 15/61 21/55. still maintain my A main class but some of the racer can overtake mine at the end of the straight. wats ur comment. is it my engine or my ratio.
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Old 08-25-2005, 05:34 AM   #3699
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does anyone have a guide or a template on how to cut the front bumper to suit the mazda 6 ??

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Old 08-25-2005, 10:20 AM   #3701
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guys: would anyone give me an idea on what's the effect of making the tension of the differential belts both front and rear in the handling of the car??? would it be safe to say to run the differential belts loose on loose tracks or the other way around??? thanks
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i would say the only time i run the belts alittle tighter is on a bumpy track, especially when heavy braking is involved, not a good combination.
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guys: would anyone give me an idea on what's the effect of making the tension of the differential belts both front and rear in the handling of the car??? would it be safe to say to run the differential belts loose on loose tracks or the other way around??? thanks
You should run your belts as loose as possible on large flowing tracks where you are smoother on and off the throttle. The belts should be tight on small technical tracks where you are using a lot of short bursts of throttle or else you could snap the belt. There's no effect on handling that I have noticed, just on acceleration. Whatever the condition I like to run the belts on the loose side for top speed and fuel milage.
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Old 08-25-2005, 02:43 PM   #3704
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hi there
what's the best ratio (gear combination) for track lenght as below:
large 170++ft
medium 150ft
small 120ft.
This depends on what size tires you use. I like 16/22 for medium tracks and 17/23 for anything over 200ft. I almost always cut my tires to 58mm Front and 60mm Rear unless there is a tire wear or traction roll issue where I go bigger or smaller respective of the conditions.
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hey,check your shiftpoint ,mite be shifting to early or go 15/61 20/56 59.5frt 61.5 rear this should help with your topend .but try shiftpoint first.
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