EHR said:curious as to what that piece is in front of the spur gear in the underside picQUOTE]
This piece is for your rear steer adjustment ... you either get 0 degree (none) or 1/2 degree ... just flip it to go from one to the other.
Steve, can you post pictures of your car once you have it all ready for the race. I just want to see how it will look assembled with electronics etc..ThanxRacin Steve said:Made the switch last saturday. I'll run the car for the first time this friday.
Let's say you run the car in the 10" wheelbase ... you can actually move the pod (motor mount and left carrier, yes there is another set of holes in the pod plates), front suspension, front bumper, rear body posts all 3/8" farther to the rear ... and what you get is still 10" wheelbase but longer rear pod. You don't have to worry about your body fitting or not the new configuration. All you have to do is pre-drill the chassis for your servo to fit in the 3 available positions (0.375" steps).vwal said:"The length of the rear pod is adjustable to allow an extra soft set-up for extremely bumpy tracks, all this without changing the wheelbase or body mount locations!"
That is a quote from the CW website....so when you say long pod are you saying that is actually does change the wheelbase contrary to what the site says?? I see you can move the upper plate forward on the car which is what I thought that was referring to until I talked to my buddy and he showed me your post. So you can move the pod plates back on the car as well as move the top forward? I see the extra set of holes in the bottom plate...is that what they are for and then there is another set of holes in the pod plates to relocate the pod plates farther rearward? Any help would be great...nice looking car.
They did have them at The 'Birds ......thats why they did so well for a prototype 'to come home with top honors at the 'Bird. (trailing arm pods).Racin Steve said:(it would've been real nice to have at last year's Snowbird Nats lol)
I'll post pics later tomorrow jeepnyy.