RC10 CE Set Up and Race Discussion

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^ Sounds like a good idea. 8)

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. . . you have Associated Green Slime for brains. And not even new Green Slime, but old gooped out Green Slime.

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Anyone have a part number for the 3 degree rear arm mounts? What were they on originally? Are the correct 0 degree rear hubs to go with them pn 7364?

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I use (when I can find them, I am out right now!) Associated 7363 mounts & 7365 hubs - T2 parts.
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Thanks Joey. The search is on 8)

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I have a Worlds Car getting delivered tomorrow and have one evening to get it prepped for racing. I race on a medium size track, with maybe a 50 yard straight. It's indoor, medium grip and bumpy. I run JConcepts Dirt Webs in Green front and rear. I'm planing on running a full size lipo.

For a starting setup, I was thinking...

Front--
35 wt, 1 hole piston and brown springs

Rear
30 wt, 1 hole piston and black springs

I'm a little worried that the oil is too thick though. I usually run 30/27.5 on my B4.2 with a shorty. I figured with the added weight of the full size lipo the thicker oil was warranted.

Thoughts????
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Bump for those racing a Worlds setup or a CE.

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Are all of the B4, RC10T, and T2 parts interchangeable? Specifically the rear 0 degree mounts and the 25 degree blocks?

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Garage Hack wrote: Mon Feb 15, 2021 7:32 pm Are all of the B4, RC10T, and T2 parts interchangeable? Specifically the rear 0 degree mounts and the 25 degree blocks?
B4, no - 10T and T2, many parts, suspension-wise. The steering blocks and rear arm mounts are the same between the two trucks. The B4 (4th generation buggy) has parts that can be adapted to the trucks, but very few actual drop in parts interchange.
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JK Racing wrote: Tue Feb 16, 2021 6:07 am
Garage Hack wrote: Mon Feb 15, 2021 7:32 pm Are all of the B4, RC10T, and T2 parts interchangeable? Specifically the rear 0 degree mounts and the 25 degree blocks?
B4, no - 10T and T2, many parts, suspension-wise. The steering blocks and rear arm mounts are the same between the two trucks. The B4 (4th generation buggy) has parts that can be adapted to the trucks, but very few actual drop in parts interchange.
Thanks for the quick response. So based on that, I should be able to use the 10T and T2 rear arm mounts and steering blocks on my gold pan car? Not sure if you ever get out to OCRC but I plan on making it to a practice night to run the car once I get it all together.

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I havent been out there in quite a while, I really enjoy outdoor over indoor clay - but that said, let me know, I may be able to get some time and drop by. Yes, the carriers & rear mounts from the trucks carry back to the buggy. I'll need to dig up pictures, we were having a once a week vintage get together at OCRC, I made it a couple times. It was pretty fun.
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Hey Joey, I remember those get togethers at ocrc, good times! Pegasus recently moved too and currently doesn't have a track anymore, but hopefully they get something going again down the line.
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We get a nice little vintage group together a few times a year at a private backyard track in Yucaipa. Outdoor holeshot type track. We run a variety of everything vintage, modern, spec slash - only 10th scale. We even have a 'toy' class, for the plastic fantastic tamiya cars (silver can motors only).
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Re: RC10 CE Set Up and Race Discussion

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I'm experimenting with long wishbones to see how much effect it makes.
running 35wt front with a blue spring and 30wt rear with a silver spring
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