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AE RC8 misc setups

admin

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#1
Post all your setups and manuals here....
 

Don

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#2
There is a misprint in the manual for the shocks...it shows washers at the bottom of shock boots, they are not used in the 8.2's.
 

mikey

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#3
and that explains a great deal. I thought the Chinese forgot to put them in box. So I made my own and didn't even need them...
 

AERacer

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and that explains a great deal. I thought the Chinese forgot to put them in box. So I made my own and didn't even need them...

ahaha no they didn't...

It is just a copy/paste mistake :)
 

mikey

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#5
oops :D
 

mikey

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jhunt12

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Hey does anyone know what the setup was that Mafield ran this last weekend at the Clash?
I have a race with similar surface and just wanted to see what his setup look liked compared to mine.
Thanks Jason
 

AERacer

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Hey does anyone know what the setup was that Mafield ran this last weekend at the Clash?
I have a race with similar surface and just wanted to see what his setup look liked compared to mine.
Thanks Jason

I just found this picture... No setup sheet at this moment...
 

jhunt12

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#12
Never been but it always seems to be a little bit bigger pin to be a good choice. maybe Blockades in M4 always seems to be a good choice for the style of track. Also maybe tazzers would be a good choice so you can get the extra forward bite if you need it also in M4.
Hope that helps.
Jason
 

Carlos cruz

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Never been but it always seems to be a little bit bigger pin to be a good choice. maybe Blockades in M4 always seems to be a good choice for the style of track. Also maybe tazzers would be a good choice so you can get the extra forward bite if you need it also in M4.
Hope that helps.
Jason
Never been but it always seems to be a little bit bigger pin to be a good choice. maybe Blockades in M4 always seems to be a good choice for the style of track. Also maybe tazzers would be a good choice so you can get the extra forward bite if you need it also in M4.
Hope that helps.
Jason
Thanks for the reply appreciated
 

jhunt12

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#18
I think this is to free the diff but I never tried it. There are 2 black o-rings per outdrives, maybe he just use one on each side.

I prefer to have all the orings and keep oil in the diffs ;)
they leave the oring out because it does free the diff up to a point some people claimed that it went from feeling like 7k to 5k just by taking the oring out. In my findings the diff actually didnt leak from when i tried it and it didnt make that much of a noticeable difference on the track.
Jason
 

jhunt12

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#20
thats a great way to free them up to only time i dont do that is if i am on a very high bite track.
Jason