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PostPosted: Mon 26 May - 05:46 (2014)    Post subject: The VDF Reply with quote

Shocked  Why is that thing so damn fast?
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PostPosted: Mon 26 May - 08:04 (2014)    Post subject: The VDF Reply with quote

should it not be. running a 7.5 turn motor. with stock pulleys 120x26 spur and pinon. I have HPI typeA tires on the rear. run on black top and smooth cement. is this to much. I would be greatful for any help. thanks

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PostPosted: Mon 26 May - 15:34 (2014)    Post subject: The VDF Reply with quote

Fast is good, but that's a bit overkill. With that speed, you'll be flying past,the cs guys
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PostPosted: Mon 26 May - 18:20 (2014)    Post subject: The VDF Reply with quote

whats the best way to slow it down.

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PostPosted: Tue 27 May - 06:29 (2014)    Post subject: The VDF Reply with quote

The way I slow my car down is softer rear springs. You could also remove some weights too
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PostPosted: Tue 27 May - 12:51 (2014)    Post subject: The VDF Reply with quote

i have tamiya red touring springs is the rear soft spring i know of. do you known of a softer one. do you run on blacktop  or parking lots. if so what tires do you run f & r. thanks for your help.

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PostPosted: Wed 28 May - 03:44 (2014)    Post subject: The VDF Reply with quote

I have some Raikou D70s. will give them a try. think i will order a set of the MSTs. will also check there springs.do you run weight in you wheels. i have been working with that the last week or so. The car picked up alot of speed as you could see. thanks

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PostPosted: Wed 28 May - 04:50 (2014)    Post subject: The VDF Reply with quote

I have weights on the lower arms, but I don't have weighted wheel rings(it's on the list of parts to buy). I use 21g each arm
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PostPosted: Wed 28 May - 05:32 (2014)    Post subject: The VDF Reply with quote

thanks. I do not have the weighted rings in mine. I did it the low cost way first. got a roll of plumbing sold cut  some that weight 6.9g and used a hammer to faten it so it would fit in between the tire and the rim. it works very well and gos all the way around the rim so the ends touch. order a set of the MST tire from ebay tonite. going to give them a try. hey thats what RWD is all about trying thing to see what works.

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PostPosted: Wed 28 May - 07:37 (2014)    Post subject: The VDF Reply with quote

Yupp Okay
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PostPosted: Sun 8 Jun - 05:50 (2014)    Post subject: The VDF Reply with quote

Much smoother
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PostPosted: Sun 8 Jun - 15:57 (2014)    Post subject: vdf Reply with quote

feels better too. now just need to get rid of the looping. something to work on today. think its in the setup. thanks for your help.

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PostPosted: Sun 8 Jun - 16:41 (2014)    Post subject: The VDF Reply with quote

No problem Mr. Green
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PostPosted: Sun 22 Jun - 04:21 (2014)    Post subject: The VDF Reply with quote

No problem Mr. Green . You actually helped ME by showing me that that tire set up will be fine for concrete/asphalt
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PostPosted: Sun 10 Aug - 21:40 (2014)    Post subject: The VDF Reply with quote

sold the VDF to a friend that wanted to get into drifting. i have mored on to a MST FXX-D S

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