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01-20-2021, 08:05 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

Total length is 48.0mm. 27.5mm is the length of...

Total length is 48.0mm.
27.5mm is the length of shaft showing when the shock is built (ie it is the available stroke with 1 washer under the piston and the eyelet screwed all the way onto the...
01-20-2021, 08:02 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

At Slovakia we ran the JConcepts centre divider...

At Slovakia we ran the JConcepts centre divider fins (which give more rear grip if the car is sliding) and the team also ran 7" wide rear wings. Since returning from that event we have found the 7"...
01-10-2021, 07:18 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

I use the kit 27.5mm shafts - they keep the...

I use the kit 27.5mm shafts - they keep the piston lower in the shock body and keep more oil above them. Im running 28.5mm droop with long eyelets.

I run the plastic diff gears, mainly to take...
01-10-2021, 05:27 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

Hi mate, we run that on our cars here in...

Hi mate, we run that on our cars here in Australia. The longer shocks have the same travel but have a larger volume of oil. We find they feel more plush - they land off jumps better and give better...
01-06-2021, 09:56 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

- If you are using B6.1 hubs with B6.2 arms you...

- If you are using B6.1 hubs with B6.2 arms you will have a 2mm longer wheelbase than the B6.1 arms (the B6.2 hubs have a 2mm offset built in to account for the reduced sweep in the B6.2 arms). if...
12-28-2020, 07:57 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

Ok you win on semantics of 'traction control'.

Ok you win on semantics of 'traction control'.
12-28-2020, 07:03 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

These are the ones I had been using: ...

These are the ones I had been using:

https://www.associatedelectrics.com/teamassociated/parts/details/91197-ASC91197-lcf_slipper_pads/

These are the newer octolock versions which fit the...
12-28-2020, 02:11 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

Hi mate, yes the slipper gets hotter but it's...

Hi mate, yes the slipper gets hotter but it's been a while since I measured the actual difference. Don't touch the plates after a run though :)

I'll add a little detail to my comments for you
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12-28-2020, 05:43 AM
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Posted By ray_munday

The springs do compress slightly. The diff also...

The springs do compress slightly. The diff also loosens after initial running in and you have to retighten. I find I go close to where it feels like the diff screw is bottoming out . The diff should...
12-28-2020, 05:36 AM
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Posted By ray_munday

The ballstud spacer. Axle height is at 0mm..

The ballstud spacer. Axle height is at 0mm..
12-27-2020, 02:34 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

Ive not seen them split but if you overfill the...

Ive not seen them split but if you overfill the diff oil will sit in the holes and then come out from there when you drive it.
12-27-2020, 02:22 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

Hi mate, you've probably seen the setups I have...

Hi mate, you've probably seen the setups I have posted with 3x1.4. I found they ride bumps a little better than the 2x1.6 which can feel a little harsh especially with the light front end when you...
12-23-2020, 02:12 AM
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Posted By ray_munday

Are you running the small screw on the back of...

Are you running the small screw on the back of the arm which holds the hingepin on? If so it can rub on the pin causing bind. With the alloy parts the pin is held in very securely, so you can remove...
12-13-2020, 01:17 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

If you use the optional standup transmission it...

If you use the optional standup transmission it uses those holes. So yes they are intentionally empty with the layback/laydown cases that come with the kits.
12-10-2020, 07:20 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

Chassis: B6.1 / B6.1D used the same chassis. ...

Chassis:
B6.1 / B6.1D used the same chassis.
B6.2D - same chassis as B6.1. B6.2 - +3mm longer chassis.
Side rails are interchangeable between the chassis.
Arms are slightly complex:
B6.1/6.1D...
11-27-2020, 01:53 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

The B6.2 side guards have a place for a receiver...

The B6.2 side guards have a place for a receiver aerial tube both left and right side. I run KO gear which requires and aerial.

...
11-27-2020, 01:47 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

We have been running it outdoors in conjunction...

We have been running it outdoors in conjunction with dremelling the front of the arms 4mm to get more driveshaft sweep. The arm mod gives more bite in lower grip and the longer chassis then takes the...
11-26-2020, 04:08 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

Hi mate, Roger Mills is probably better to...

Hi mate,

Roger Mills is probably better to ask than myself as I havent had the 'pleasure' of running on wet astro. But its something I really like on lower grip dirt as it helps the car rotate...
11-25-2020, 06:30 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

In terms of pills, we run on lower grip outdoors...

In terms of pills, we run on lower grip outdoors and running the pills narrower makes a big difference to rear traction in lower bite. On a slick indoor track you may be better off trying V1 green...
11-24-2020, 03:47 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

Generally you would describe this as wanting more...

Generally you would describe this as wanting more 'side grip on exit'. It can get confusing though as the side grip and forward grip of tyres is interrelated and you can change both setup and...
11-22-2020, 07:51 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

Yes, the front and rear systems are separate but...

Yes, the front and rear systems are separate but if you want to get the biggest benefit I would suggest looking at using the 31mm B74.1 option rear tower if you were to keep 31mm rear shocks.
...
11-16-2020, 11:00 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

Just to be clear Rivkin is still using 74.1...

Just to be clear Rivkin is still using 74.1 towers which have a lower cg than the 74 (which is definitely a noticeable change to the car) but is using the longer bodies similar to the 74. The body...
11-06-2020, 03:19 AM
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Posted By ray_munday

If it's hitting the shock before full travel...

If it's hitting the shock before full travel something is wrong. Can you post a picture? Fwiw I set mine on the ground in ready to run trim. Start by making sure left and right turnbuckles are the...
10-23-2020, 02:42 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

B74.1 Tuning Parts Guide

*B74.1 Tuning Parts Guide*
Hi all, with the B74.1 now available and with many important detailed changes to key tuning parts, I have put together a quick reference guide to allow you to compare B74...
10-14-2020, 04:59 PM
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Posted By ray_munday

Hi mate, I actually havent driven the Losi or the...

Hi mate, I actually havent driven the Losi or the Tekno but I believe our tracks are not so different to your PNW conditions. During the development of the B74.1 the design team took input from...
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