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Old 12-01-2008, 05:13 PM   #46
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OH MAN KING ZORC is returning to RC
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Old 12-01-2008, 08:30 PM   #47
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which front springs and side springs are included with the gen x 12 kit?
Kit included red (front) and white (rear) springs. I run red/red per a previous suggestion from John at CRC. Works for me.
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are the red fronts the .50s?
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Old 12-02-2008, 07:34 AM   #49
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.50's come in the 12th kit with white sides. we normally run .45's in the front and keep the white sides.

red fronts come with the Gen-X 10, which are the same springs used on the rear of both cars.

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Old 12-02-2008, 10:38 AM   #50
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how well is the gen-x 1/12 car supported in cali. (west coast) i want to try my hand at 12 scale driving . the only tracks we have are asphalt outdoor
(bending corners ) i think they use grape soda as traction compound . whats tires would work to start. i,m going with 19turn brushed motors. so i also need gearing recommendations .. thks for the support .
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Old 12-02-2008, 12:50 PM   #51
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Frank thanks for getting me the new tplate car. I just wish I could of had some more track time. got 1 run in and then had screws back out of the pod plate lost a pinion and had a IRS ride height adjuster break in the other 3 heats. should of won the 13.5 "E" but ramped it off a spun backmarker... BOB your killing me and got second after a fun battle with Michael Robertson Think I'll run it in 10.5 at snowbirds. the car was super stable in the main for 13.5 can't wait to run it some more.
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Old 12-07-2008, 05:59 AM   #52
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Old 12-08-2008, 05:30 PM   #53
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Are any of the setups for the gen x 12 from Cleveland going to be posted on the crc site?
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I can post my setup from the SuperStock A-main

Center Spring: Red
Side Spring: Blue
Dampertube: 10,000wt
Shock oil: 30wt
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Caster Block: 0 degree
Front Spring: .50
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Front Tire: Magenta 1.63 Inside 1/3
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Mid: 3.75mm
Rear: 3.75mm

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Are any of the setups for the gen x 12 from Cleveland going to be posted on the crc site?
Just look at the setups posted on the CRC site. They are all very close, if not identical, to everyone's Cleveland setup. They almost never change for high bite carpet...
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Old 12-08-2008, 07:00 PM   #56
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cool, thanks max and jrp. I noticed tom's car had the standard front end ie without the long ball kit on, were you running the long ball front end? my car should be on the way soon im trying to get a good baseline setup to work off of and whether or not to build it initially with the long ball setup or not for club racing
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I used the standard short ball...
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What is the need to run rear axle spacers between the outer bearing and red spacer on the Gen-X 10 rear axle?

Does the tightener nut go down too far without these spacers?

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hello, just wondering if anyone have a good outdoor asphalt setup yet for the GENX10 using 7.4 lipo with either 19T brushed or 13.5 brushless motor.

if not its cool,

thanks in advance.
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