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Hi all,

Suprised no one else has started this one yet, but hopefully we can all share helpful info and tips on the new RB6. Any pics would also be nice, so ill start us off!
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and some on the inside...not quite how the manual says but im experimenting
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Give it time Ian, most people will only have their first possible oppertunity to open the box this evening. Hoping mine lands tonight it's "on vehicle for delivery today"
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Give it time Ian, most people will only have their first possible oppertunity to open the box this evening. Hoping mine lands tonight it's "on vehicle for delivery today"

Mine to but i cant have it till my birthday
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The Car is Great! Here a Setup from the German Naionals

i have all Electric made in the Front! And the Saddle Packs in the REAR!!

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Here is it!
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Thanks Kim,
And thanks to us for getting you the cars in time ;-)
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Yes, it was pefekt! Friday 15.00 PM came the Packet! Builded ready Saurday morging! :-) Just in TIME!


Thank you very much!



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There appears to be 0 droop on the front is that correct the best is level wishbones is this right, or have I done something wrong.?
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There appears to be 0 droop on the front is that correct the best is level wishbones is this right, or have I done something wrong.?
Kev has a setup posted on FB which has shock lengths and ends etc I believe.
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I've got Tony's set up.. And flat wishbones at best.
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There appears to be 0 droop on the front is that correct the best is level wishbones is this right, or have I done something wrong.?
Sounds like something's wrong. I think I have about 2 threads showing on the shock shaft.

Did you use the short ball cups on tree, or the medium length ones in the pack?

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I used Short from the tree my Goggle eyes must have been getting tired, it should have been long! it was getting late.
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I think the manual says medium front and long rear. At least that's what I have on my car. I'll take a look Sunday if you like.
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There appears to be 0 droop on the front is that correct the best is level wishbones is this right, or have I done something wrong.?
Hi K

Medium ball studs on the front mate and I have fitted long on the rear for some extra droop.
Remember the rear you have to take a line from the outer pin to judge the droop.
Come and see us first thing and all will be well........ oh! mine is with 2 sugars please - LOL
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There appears to be 0 droop on the front is that correct the best is level wishbones is this right, or have I done something wrong.?

I've screwed up on the set up sheet - I have my ball studs on the shocks the other way round - apologies to everyone

Long rear - medium fronts is correct
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Thank you guys.

Do the long ones come in the kit?
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yes they do, you get short, medium and long
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Thank you guys.

Do the long ones come in the kit?

They come in a seperate bag with the screws, not off the parts tree.
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Heres mine. Looking forward to using it tomorrow.
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