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Default DEX210 -2 LRC rear toe block

A bit new to the DEX210 so sorry if this is obvious but when using the -2mm LRC rear toe block how do you maintain 0 degree kick up? Is there Also -2mm lrc FR block?
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A bit new to the DEX210 so sorry if this is obvious but when using the -2mm LRC rear toe block how do you maintain 0 degree kick up? Is there Also -2mm lrc FR block?
You don't, you get a 3 degree anti-squat with the -2 LRC block...

...unless you use the RF LRC hanger from Exotek (Link). I've been using it for a couple of races now, and the LRC, 0 degrees anti-squat and the V2 rear tower geometry work really awesome: The rear end seems to keep bite longer, but more importantly, it is more forgiving once it starts to lose traction

Of course, to test if you like the handling of the 0 degrees anti-squat you can Dremel 2mm off a plastic 0 degrees HRC hanger - it's not the most accurate solution and I think durability is questionable, but it's a cheap way to try it out before investing in new aluminium goodies.
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Thanks, jut the answer i needed.
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So what anti squat should be run with the -2 lrc block ?
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So what anti squat should be run with the -2 lrc block ?
1mm height difference in either RF or RR hanger results in a 1.5 degree change in anti-squat. So whatever angle you were running before, if you switch from the 0 rear hanger to the -2mm one, you will hve 3 degrees more anti-squat.

The normal range of the DEX210 is 0 to 3, which is a good setup range. The DEX210V2 can only run 3 degrees with the standard parts.
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so if I have the 3 deg block on with the -2mm lrc block I will get 5 deg antisquat ?
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so if I have the 3 deg block on with the -2mm lrc block I will get 5 deg antisquat ?
You'll get 6 degrees - which is not within the usual setup window for 2WDs - if for any car, even...

I find the following website to be a very useful piece of reference for setups:
http://users.telenet.be/elvo/

The part about anti-squat is found at Page 4 about Suspension, and in the Setup Guide a stub and practical advice about it.

The 210 for that reason requires the 0 degree block in order to run 3 degrees, the V2 runs 3 degrees as standard and the kit doesn't contain parts to adjust the anti-squat as I mentioned before.
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