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Old 09-05-2005, 06:05 PM   #3826
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hey andy what was your set up for ec that day ?
Hey Mr Gsr....heres what i ran...
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Swaybar: flat
Caster angle: 12.5
Toe angle: 0.5 out
Camber angle: -1 deg
Ride Height: 5.5mm
Tyres: 40 shore.....diameters 60mm
One-way
Shock position: M
Spring: Black
Upper arm position: stock
Droop: 1mm lower than the stock setting

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Swaybar: 2.0mm
Spring: Gold
Shock Position: 2
Camber: -3 deg
Toe angle: 3 deg in
Tyres: 37 shore diameter 62mm
Ride height: 5.5mm
Lower & Upper arms both in stock position
Diff oil: 30000wt
Droop: stock


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Old 09-05-2005, 06:11 PM   #3827
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thanks
i ran a similiar setup

i just had 37s all round and 10000 diff oil
car handled great

i tried 30000 before and it was taily off on power
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Old 09-06-2005, 03:17 AM   #3828
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Although the above setup works quite well around EC, theres still a number of setup changes I want to experiment with that i believe will help reduce lap times even further
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Old 09-06-2005, 03:29 PM   #3829
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Can anyone tell me who makes good aftermarket wheel hex's for the RRR? also, hex's with 1 to 2mm offset's? Thank's.
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Old 09-06-2005, 03:36 PM   #3830
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Can anyone tell me who makes good aftermarket wheel hex's for the RRR? also, hex's with 1 to 2mm offset's? Thank's.
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Old 09-06-2005, 03:36 PM   #3831
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Can anyone tell me who makes good aftermarket wheel hex's for the RRR? also, hex's with 1 to 2mm offset's? Thank's.
Skyline has a good set.

I don't know anyone who makes them with offset though.
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Old 09-06-2005, 04:18 PM   #3832
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Thank's Ziggy & Jeffrey.
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Old 09-06-2005, 04:45 PM   #3833
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what steering arm give you the most steering the 10 11 or 12 and what is the down side of the most steering
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Old 09-06-2005, 04:58 PM   #3834
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12 gives smooth steering and 10 more aggressive.
there is also a 13 out know, shimo evolva part i beleive in alloy, bit expensive though
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Old 09-06-2005, 08:07 PM   #3835
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The "10" gives you more off power steering and the "12" gives you more on power steering with "11" in between. The 12 makes the car lazy on corner entry and the 10 is really bad understeer on corner exit. The 11 I think is the best. If you need more on power steering try the 2 deg. front hubs. Those make a hug difference.
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Old 09-06-2005, 10:22 PM   #3836
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Hey guys, check this out, I just found a 4 cycle engine fitting kit for the v-one rrr. This is pretty cool!

CLICK HERE TO CHECK IT OUT!
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hey team

i was just curious about one thing
I can not get my steering servo setperfectly straight up at 90degrees its either off to the left or right of 90degrees

does this affect my steeringin any way ? ive got my car driving kind of straight by adjusting the servo from the radio so that the wheels are straight and the ackerman plate is as straight as i can get it

any advice would be great

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Although the above setup works quite well around EC, theres still a number of setup changes I want to experiment with that i believe will help reduce lap times even further
andy if you want a really good setup that works well at ec here it is:

Front-
Swaybar: flat
Caster angle: 12.5
Toe angle: 1 out
Camber angle: -2 deg
Ride Height: 5mm
Tyres: 40 shore.....diameters 57mm
One-way
Shock position: stock
Spring: silver
shock oil: 40wt
Upper arm position: stock
Droop: adjust so that spring just touches preload collar when off the ground

Rear-
Swaybar: 2.0mm
Spring: black
Shock Position: 2
shock oil: 40wt
Camber: -3 deg
Toe angle: 3 deg in
Tyres: 40 shore diameter 59mm
Ride height: 6mm
Lower & Upper arms both in stock position
Diff oil: 10000wt
Droop: adjust so that spring just touches preload collar when off the ground
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hey team

i was just curious about one thing
I can not get my steering servo setperfectly straight up at 90degrees its either off to the left or right of 90degrees

does this affect my steeringin any way ? ive got my car driving kind of straight by adjusting the servo from the radio so that the wheels are straight and the ackerman plate is as straight as i can get it

any advice would be great

thanks
John
That's fine. Just adjust the center from the radio. Mine is off too.
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Old 09-07-2005, 10:58 AM   #3840
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hey guys,

what should I adjust if I want more steering??? my settings are pretty much stock.
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