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Old 14-07-2013
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Where are all the setups for the MR2??
There aren't that many on petitrc
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Maybe the kit set-up is just too good.
Ran the car in rear configuration today in Troisdorf (sandy astro) with worn Multibytes in the rear and high-profile Staggers up front, 1 degree aluminum hubs. The only thing I changed was taking the shims from the rear camber link and adding them to the front. Although my Max was slightly slower (non-blinki SXX and Vampire Bloodline 17.5) than the LRP Challenge guys with their blinki 13.5 turns X12 motors, I ended up second overall. Not too bad for running the first time on our new track layout without any previous practice!
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So where are everyones setups?

I tried the car indoors yesterday on carpet with slicks (thats what we are allowed here) and liked it. All I changed was a harder rear spring from avid white to yellow but I am still looking for a little more steering.

Flat landings/over jump from maybe 1m height (only one of those jumps) will bottom but not bounce that much

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https://www.dropbox.com/s/metcns95pk...%20indoors.pdf
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Did anybody try the 2hole black 1.6mm pistons?

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Old 22-09-2013
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That is what i have and i ve been told its good but i am one hand down so i cant drive good. but i need a good mid motor indoor carpet set up. any one got one!
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Old 22-09-2013
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Try my one or really anyone of the ones for smooth astro on the petit site or in this thread.
I haven't changed a lot from the outdoor settings which is a suprise for me. Maybe Im just getting better

I worked a little more on my setup (3 posts up) and have 15% dragbrake and 2x10gm (20gm total)up front instead of 10 total.

Best change today was I tried a shorty foward in the battery hole and thought it worked really well. This will be my go to setup for now.

Still looking for a little more on power steering... suggestions?

I also tried the narrow bulkhead thinking that I might gain a heap more steering but wasn't any difference so went back to the standard.

I think that tires (slicks) are playing a big part with on power steering, but Im happy with how it is working out with it only being the second time on carpet with the yok
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My car gained a lot of steering when I went softer in shock oil in the front. It was just too much for my local track.
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My BMAX2 MR Batley Outdoor track setup:
http://courgette.jml.net/~neal/RC/Bm...ey_Outdoor.pdf

Also used in Cullingworth and York Indoor tracks, with different tires.
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I used this setup on a tight indoor setup: http://teamyokomo.nl/setups/BMAX2MR/...IO_BASE_SV.pdf

Still needs work, but for me it's a good starting setup for a tight indoor track.
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After a few changes here is my new setup
I am using TD springs that sit "ok" under the collars. Ill be looking at making them a little larger or getting another brand.

I also gave the tires a really good clean (slicks with addative) and this helped

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ajz53f7wqu...%20changes.pdf
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Here is my current setup, also used it on indoor carpet. Changed the tires and front springs, and it was good to go.

http://www.petitrc.com/setup/yokomo/...Vlijmen201310/
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Here is my current setup, also used it on indoor carpet. Changed the tires and front springs, and it was good to go.

http://www.petitrc.com/setup/yokomo/...Vlijmen201310/
What front springs did you change to for the carpet?

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What front springs did you change to for the carpet?

Steve
Since it was indoor carpet I went to Losi Green. If its real astro you may need to go to bleu
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My latest setup its working really well lots of steering and with ARB

https://www.dropbox.com/s/new1r1iils...with%20ARB.pdf

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Its with slicks and addative
My driving style
Small track
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Here are my latest grass setups:

http://www.petitrc.com/setup/yokomo/...lkirk20150419/

http://www.petitrc.com/setup/yokomo/...lkirk20150419/
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