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Old 06-21-2006, 02:01 PM   #7321
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I just installed the RPM counter from Spektrum on the RRR. At first i was having trouble finding a place for it then I saw you could mount it just below the rear bracket that holds the roll bar. It looks directly at the layshaft. I put a shiny sticker on the shaft and it picks it up no problem and really neat installation.

To get the MPH from the middle shaft RPM you need the following roll out

Rear tyre dia
59mm 0.005047581
60mm 0.005133134
61mm 0.005218686
62mm 0.005304238
63mm 0.00538979

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Old 06-21-2006, 02:51 PM   #7322
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I fitted the RPM Counter on the front One-way tube using a lexan bracket from the upper deck. Used a screw and nut in the middle hole in the front part of the deck. Fits very nice.
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Old 06-22-2006, 12:24 PM   #7323
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What pinion spur gear combinations come in the RRR WCE kit ?
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Old 06-22-2006, 03:39 PM   #7324
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What pinion spur gear combinations come in the RRR WCE kit ?
1st - 16/61
2nd - 21/56
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Old 06-22-2006, 03:51 PM   #7325
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Anybody using the Evolva front shock for the rear of the RRR?

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Old 06-23-2006, 07:17 PM   #7326
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I have about five 4mm shock towers. I had them made at a shop that does carbon fiber work for trinity, in my opinion, very good work. i have about 5 extra that i will never use. they are pretty much indestructable. if anyone needs one, let me know, i will give it for free.
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will it fit? any impact in performance?
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Old 06-23-2006, 08:39 PM   #7328
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will it fit? any impact in performance?
they are very well made Joe is a friend of mine....ill take one joe..
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Old 06-24-2006, 05:35 AM   #7329
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they are very well made Joe is a friend of mine....ill take one joe..
hey robert,
whats up man. i was talking to renee yesterday and he told me you are messing around up west palm some nowadays. i will be out of town this weekend (leaving in 15 minutes) and out of town the following weekend as well. should be around the two weekends following that. i want to check that track out. maybe we could go up there in two weekends. but that may interefere with the GLC, i dont know the dates. anyhow, let me know and i will save one of the towers for you.

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Old 06-24-2006, 04:36 PM   #7330
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What is the meaning of "Camber Angle 0G"? I have hudy set-up station, I understood that I should put 0║ of camber. Is this correct?

How you guys adjust the width? My tatical is line up the thread of the pillow ball to the arm, and then turn clockwise 1/2 in the both sides (the same amount I turn in one side I do in the other). I never saw the others guys making this adjust, so I am just curious to know how they do it.

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What is the meaning of "Camber Angle 0G"? I have hudy set-up station, I understood that I should put 0║ of camber. Is this correct?

How you guys adjust the width? My tatical is line up the thread of the pillow ball to the arm, and then turn clockwise 1/2 in the both sides (the same amount I turn in one side I do in the other). I never saw the others guys making this adjust, so I am just curious to know how they do it.

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Use camber angle 1G. 0 is for when the car is elevated
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Old 06-25-2006, 08:31 AM   #7332
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found out that rear tires wear unevenly....
the outer layer wear out more then inner layer of the tires.... normal ?
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Increase your negative camber Maskedrider, always set the camber for even wear on the tires even if you end up at 4 degrees on one side and 2 on one side. I do very seldom use a camber gauge, only use it for checking when im writing down setups.
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adjust in here ?
Exactly, shorten it.
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