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Old 05-11-2006, 11:09 PM   #1156
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Sam, go to news and updates in your list, scroll down, and you will find it. New product goes in this section first.........I know i know, i should update also the numerical list.....lazy......to much work ......sorryabou that next update

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Hey Paolo Chris is right GO HOME GET SOME SLEEP DON"T WORK TOO HARD
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Old 05-12-2006, 12:00 AM   #1157
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I'm glad you like it.
Did you actually run it with a clear body?
yeh man i ran it clear i know that not the rules but that just for testing
but that babie scream like b.... . just got to learn to drive it now ... lots of power with that jp..
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Old 05-12-2006, 09:14 AM   #1158
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yeh man i ran it clear i know that not the rules but that just for testing
but that babie scream like b.... . just got to learn to drive it now ... lots of power with that jp..
As long as you finally got to run it.
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As long as you finally got to run it.
Chris,
Can you make it to Revelation this Saturday instead of Crystal Park ?
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Old 05-12-2006, 12:56 PM   #1160
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Can you make it to Revelation this Saturday instead of Crystal Park ?
I can't. I need to run my sedan.
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Old 05-13-2006, 11:32 PM   #1161
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Old 05-14-2006, 10:41 AM   #1162
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Cool New myTSN articles

Hi folks !

It's been a while since I wrote some articles in my column on myTSN, so I have posted a few of them recently:

S960 LCG Chassis Set (903191)

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Serpent 960 Switch Mount (updated mount plate for mech & Kyosho switches)


I will soon be posting another article about... well, you'll just have to wait to read it, but I guarantee it'll be very interesting for S960 owners.


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Old 05-14-2006, 10:48 AM   #1163
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Keep them coming Glenn, your articles always enjoyable to read
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Old 05-14-2006, 04:45 PM   #1165
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thanks glenn! Hurry up with the next one. he he
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Old 05-14-2006, 05:15 PM   #1166
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If anyone has an aluminum 22t brake pulley they want to sell email me at [email protected] need one before next weekend so I can race. thanks
mike for the 960 of course
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Old 05-14-2006, 05:20 PM   #1167
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Default My car was awesome today

We had a light turn out due to Mother's day and we ended up having a test and tune day so I had an opportunity to try a lot of different things that I have been wanting to try for a while. By the end of the day the car was by far the best it had ever been. The track was green with no traction compound on it.

Here is what I ended up with for a set-up

Front
Red springs
45 weight oil
shocks in the lower hole
sway bar flat
long wheel base
2 degrees of toe out
droop = 0

rear
grey springs
50 weight oil
shocks in the highest position - I tried all the positions including going directly to the rear bulkhead on the top shock mount screw and the top position was far better
rear bar stiff
2.5 degrees of toe
lower roll center pin in the middle position - I had been running the upper position. I also tried the low position but the car did not have enough rear traction and let go unexpectedly in the low position.
droop 9mm

I let a number of 960 drivers try my rear shocks with the grey springs & 50 weight and everyone of them liked the way their car worked with these on their car.
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We had a light turn out due to Mother's day and we ended up having a test and tune day so I had an opportunity to try a lot of different things that I have been wanting to try for a while. By the end of the day the car was by far the best it had ever been. The track was green with no traction compound on it.

Here is what I ended up with for a set-up

Front
Red springs
45 weight oil
shocks in the lower hole
sway bar flat
long wheel base
2 degrees of toe out
droop = 0

rear
grey springs
50 weight oil
shocks in the highest position - I tried all the positions including going directly to the rear bulkhead on the top shock mount screw and the top position was far better
rear bar stiff
2.5 degrees of toe
lower roll center pin in the middle position - I had been running the upper position. I also tried the low position but the car did not have enough rear traction and let go unexpectedly in the low position.
droop 9mm

I let a number of 960 drivers try my rear shocks with the grey springs & 50 weight and everyone of them liked the way their car worked with these on their car.
Lee,

Sounds like your getting some good test in. Keep us posted on how tings go.

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Old 05-14-2006, 10:26 PM   #1169
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If anyone has an aluminum 22t brake pulley they want to sell email me at [email protected] need one before next weekend so I can race. thanks
mike for the 960 of course

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Old 05-15-2006, 07:43 AM   #1170
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Originally Posted by Winner's Circle
We had a light turn out due to Mother's day and we ended up having a test and tune day so I had an opportunity to try a lot of different things that I have been wanting to try for a while. By the end of the day the car was by far the best it had ever been. The track was green with no traction compound on it.

Here is what I ended up with for a set-up

Front
Red springs
45 weight oil
shocks in the lower hole
sway bar flat
long wheel base
2 degrees of toe out
droop = 0

rear
grey springs
50 weight oil
shocks in the highest position - I tried all the positions including going directly to the rear bulkhead on the top shock mount screw and the top position was far better
rear bar stiff
2.5 degrees of toe
lower roll center pin in the middle position - I had been running the upper position. I also tried the low position but the car did not have enough rear traction and let go unexpectedly in the low position.
droop 9mm

I let a number of 960 drivers try my rear shocks with the grey springs & 50 weight and everyone of them liked the way their car worked with these on their car.
thats good to know keep up the testing lee
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