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Old 13-04-2010
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So here is also editable version, rushed one (is not very nice), but will do the job.
http://schumacher.lochness42.eu/file...t-editable.pdf
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nice work thanks, i just used adobe type writer on the original but good work on getting it so small good skills,
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No problem mate. I basically had to do that - who would like to download 9MB file? Now you can print it, but also fill it and share with others.
It's first time I did PDF form, so I didn't have any experience and that's also reason why it's not perfect.
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There will be one from Schumacher on their site sometime soon. It's a little smaller in file size and in the same style as all their previous ones.
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Old 15-04-2010
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Here are Cougar SV Setup Sheet, Manual and so on! (link)

Data are from Schumacher, Oople and Pavel for now, with more details for setups and on one single page.

Hope that'll grow and can help everyone!
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Nice job Arn0
Maybe we should join our forces - your nicely aligned fields and my radio boxes
Anyway mine were placed during travel by bus so there was only very little chance of it being nice
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Thx Pavel,
You are welcome if you want to help anytime
Regarding the editable, I did it all over. That's not same feature for the check boxes and also the sheet was cleaned is some way.

I forget to thanks Carl for the raw material (pdf).
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Any setups from Talywain folks?
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Talywain Setup

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cheers si. What oils and springs?
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Sorry forgot to add that.

Front 35wt 4 hole pistons 4.0 springs
Rear 30wt 5 hole 2.5 springs.

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Sorry forgot to add that.

Front 35wt 4 hole pistons 4.0 springs
Rear 30wt 5 hole 2.5 springs.

Si
You state -2 camber, is that per side or total on the rear so -1 each side etc?
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Old 28-04-2010
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Official set up sheets and manual now available from our website!

http://www.racing-cars.com/pp/Car_Sh...Cougar_SV.html
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Hi Chris,

Check for a typo on the description of the link to the 'blank' setup sheet

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good spot
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On Tom's set-up at Taly did he reverse the front wishbones? Also the front wheels, were they the slim ones as listed on Schumacher's site?
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On Tom's set-up at Taly did he reverse the front wishbones? Also the front wheels, were they the slim ones as listed on Schumacher's site?
http://rclazy.com/wp-content/uploads...4-1280x960.jpg

That pic says yes and yes.

Incidentally, what top deck is that Tom? It doesn't look like any of the ones listed anywhere...

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The front arms were reversed, have been at pretty much every meeting I've ran it. It was a change that helped the car a lot and didn't seem to have any negatives so it's just stayed that way.

Wheel are cut down AE wheels in that picture, purely because the tires are glued to them from the Belgium GP. When I mounted stagger ribs to Schumacher wheels I just used the kit ones and cut them down like I did with AE wheels.

Top Deck - It was one of the prototype style one's, I've just had it on the car since testing. It feels the same on track as the production 'soft' top deck, however I think it looks better
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The front arms were reversed, have been at pretty much every meeting I've ran it. It was a change that helped the car a lot and didn't seem to have any negatives so it's just stayed that way.

Wheel are cut down AE wheels in that picture, purely because the tires are glued to them from the Belgium GP. When I mounted stagger ribs to Schumacher wheels I just used the kit ones and cut them down like I did with AE wheels.

Top Deck - It was one of the prototype style one's, I've just had it on the car since testing. It feels the same on track as the production 'soft' top deck, however I think it looks better


Hi Tom,

Ok thanks for the further info.

Can you remind me the benefit of running no foams on the ribs?

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Can you remind me the benefit of running no foams on the ribs?
I don't know, I've just always mounted them how I was told to by the Belgium's and it seems to work
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