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Thread: Offroad Setup

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    Offroad Setup

    In the manual, I there is a sheet that shows you how to set it up for offroad. You move the rear shocks to the third hole, set the front preload to 8mm, and raise the body posts one hole. This made a huge difference on the small dirt track in my backyard, and it was able to jump and handle better overall. I was wondering if anyone has used this setup on a full size track, and if it helps prevent nosediving on jumps.

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    Also, I have been using an Outerwears Shroud. I noticed that even though it kept out debris, dust still got through. Is it supposed to keep out dust?

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    To a point. Also depend's how well you have it sealed to the chassis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SH302 View Post
    Also, I have been using an Outerwears Shroud. I noticed that even though it kept out debris, dust still got through. Is it supposed to keep out dust?
    It has to 'breathe' to get air in to cool your electronics, some of that powdered dust will certainly pass through, just like a screen for your house keeps out bugs but will let dust through

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