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Old 12-07-2006, 03:39 PM   #2821
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How about that... the bearings from the 2 speed fit inside the larger bearings of the quick change hubs... means I can use my old UJ's and new hubs without the need to wait for spacers

What rear roll bar is that?
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Old 12-07-2006, 03:47 PM   #2822
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Old 12-07-2006, 04:09 PM   #2823
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Flash Pit inserts are in stock now. I was told a bearing would work but wasn't sure what bearing it was! However the inserts are much cheaper.
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Old 12-08-2006, 06:42 AM   #2824
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Default rear stabilizer tune

dario said that G4S's rear stabilizer was too soft.

so he changed rear stabilizer to Mugen style.

and i made a copy..

i will test it this weekend in korea local circuit.


and i made titan coating on shock ball. (kyosho 5.8mm ball)

this is very smooth and never wear away!
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Old 12-08-2006, 07:01 AM   #2825
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hey how did u put those pillow balls in ur rear lower arms to hold the sway bar wouldnt mind putting em in just found it a bit strange cheers
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Old 12-08-2006, 08:05 AM   #2826
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dario said that G4S's rear stabilizer was too soft.

so he changed rear stabilizer to Mugen style.

and i made a copy..

i will test it this weekend in korea local circuit.


and i made titan coating on shock ball. (kyosho 5.8mm ball)

this is very smooth and never wear away!
I noticed the different brake pad material you are using. what is it and is it any good.

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Old 12-08-2006, 09:40 AM   #2827
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I noticed the different brake pad material you are using. what is it and is it any good.

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this is a teflon brake pad.

i expect smooth breaking and long durability.
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Old 12-08-2006, 05:40 PM   #2828
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dario said that G4S's rear stabilizer was too soft.

so he changed rear stabilizer to Mugen style.

and i made a copy..

i will test it this weekend in korea local circuit.


and i made titan coating on shock ball. (kyosho 5.8mm ball)

this is very smooth and never wear away!
sweet mod.
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Old 12-09-2006, 04:23 AM   #2829
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hi posted above on how the sway bar was attched but no answer just need to know how u got it to hold on to the bottom arm did u drill the hole out or is it a diffrent arm all together
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Old 12-09-2006, 05:27 AM   #2830
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Yes, you drill a hole (with a drll) to fit the ball screw which you attatch to the standard arm. Have a look at your G4S and you'll see where to drill the hole.
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Old 12-09-2006, 04:25 PM   #2831
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this is a teflon brake pad.

i expect smooth breaking and long durability.
Where did you get it?? is it an aftermarket pad, or did you just got xx teflon sheet an made it yourself ???


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hey patto
paul here in sa
how is the ed trans going
we are not sure what to do with gearing over here yet have only drive the track twice so far
i have just run my LS3 in a bit and wow its quick but now i have the learn to drive all of again

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Hi Paul. 2 things about the ED trans, unfortunately i did a motor and pipe swap at the same time , so i cant compare to before. i will do some testing on monday week with the old motor and see the difference. secondly the one way i got was faulty so i spent most of the time trying to find a fault that i could do nothing about. what i did notice was that the gearing that comes with the trans, the 16/21 pinion and bell, was good for the Ls3. but i would like to try out the 17/22 gearing as well. the motor looked faster than a Zac motor that was running on the same day, i do think the trans had something to do with that, as i was running the stock Nova Ls3 but a different pipe to the Zac. once the one way is sorted i think the package is going to be very strong indeed, im going to try the new rear hubs with the inserts in January testing so i am looking forward to the new year. 2 months of no racing is hard to come to terms with when i was just getting a good combo together.
Hope you enjoy your new G4S , and there is lots of info on setup on here. just use the 'search this thread' button above this window to find out anything you need
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Old 12-09-2006, 05:25 PM   #2834
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Where did you get it?? is it an aftermarket pad, or did you just got xx teflon sheet an made it yourself ???


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it is R&D teflon product. (RD402 Teflon SP Break Pad (for All Car) )

R&D is japanese RC option maker (iwamoto)

pls see attachment. ^^
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it is R&D teflon product. (RD402 Teflon SP Break Pad (for All Car) )

R&D is japanese RC option maker (iwamoto)

pls see attachment. ^^
I assume that you cut the pads yourself ?
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