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Old 12-10-2011
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Here is a fully editable sheet for the X2C/Monkey

Would someone like to test it out and make sure it all work properly. Will finish off my X4TE one and do an X2 when I get chance (They take fapping ages to put all the stuff on )

Anyways should help with the set-up posting.

Too big to attach I am afraid so here is a link - Right click save as:

http://www.me-or.com/media/ansmann/Setup-Sheet-X2C modifiable.pdf
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Old 13-10-2011
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Here is a fully editable sheet for the X2C/Monkey

Would someone like to test it out and make sure it all work properly. Will finish off my X4TE one and do an X2 when I get chance (They take fapping ages to put all the stuff on )

Anyways should help with the set-up posting.

Too big to attach I am afraid so here is a link - Right click save as:

http://www.me-or.com/media/ansmann/Setup-Sheet-X2C modifiable.pdf
Hi Robbie
The sheet seems to work ok for me, but adobe reader won't let me save a copy with the details on? Only print it.
Is this something that can be changed or do you need the full Adobe kit to be able to save the files?
would be a handy feature to add if possible
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Old 13-10-2011
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Oh nuts. I will have a play when I get back to work tommorow. Tested at work but obviously I have full version so they worked fine there . Will have a look.
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Have a look here (link) for an editable setup sheet.
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here is my setup i love this and it works almost anywhere i go

http://cardboardracing.com/wp-conten...t-X2C-carl.pdf
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Old 16-10-2011
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Link doesn't seem to be working mate.
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click the link on the page http://cardboardracing.com/?attachment_id=6
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1st Meeting at Worksop setup attached i hope.

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Old 24-10-2011
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Danhy I thought you were running the rear motored car at worksop?
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Danhy I thought you were running the rear motored car at worksop?
Oops!

I did!

Sorry about that. So it was all the same apart from the motor was hanging out the back Its the future!
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Old 24-10-2011
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I thought so just for reference what position did you have your rear inner ball stud?
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I thought so just for reference what position did you have your rear inner ball stud?
Number 3 on the proper sheet. So longest lower link
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anyone got some sort of set up or ideas for multi surface on turf rippers ? this would be for the MK GP

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Ran this setup at chadderton today with the anti squat mod, i also gave one to another driver to try out and got good feedback on it.

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Default Coventry astro set up

Finally managed to get this loaded (cheers Mark)
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Default Set up for Telstar Racing Wednesday club nights

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hey.
i have some problems with my mid motor chassis on carpet
it pitch realy bad if i say it coreckt?
off throtle it is realy bad if i turn in it even lifts the rear inner wheel. or it spins out at the back.
i use staggers at front and mini pins at rear.
any tips
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Old 20-04-2012
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Default Broxtowe 2wd Regional Set up

Here is my set-up from the first Mid east regional at the Broxtowe track. Qualified 7th in the B and came third Car was good all day and could have probably have been in the A but I made a few mistakes in the qualifying runs that put me down. Was running the G-Speed cab forward shell and the car was felt really good with it on
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Old 23-04-2012
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any clay track med traction bumpy setups?
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