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MST MS01D 2.57 CS
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RC Drift Chassis Information
Manufacturer:MST
Model:MS01D
Track Surface:Polished Concrete/Carpet
Tires:Competition Series F2/Spice 011
Motor and ESC:Speed Passion Sensored 10.5T/Hobbywing 60Amp Xerun
Servo:Savox 1251MG

Chassis Settings
Front Setup
Camber (Degrees) (Positive is out, Negative is in):-10
Toe (Degrees) (Specify Toe in or out):0
Caster angle (Degrees):14
Kick-up (mm): 0
Sway Bar (yes/no): No
Ride Height (mm): 10mm
Springs (indicate type, length, hardness, etc):30mm blue soft
Damper Oil (indicate weight or #): Team Losi #25
Upper Damper Position (Lower # indicates inner most position):Closest hole to center
Lower Damper Position (Lower # indicates inner most position):Furthest hole from centre
Other (Weights, Mods, etc): Front one way

Rear Setup
Camber (Degrees) (Positive is out, Negative is in):-5
Toe (Degrees) (Specify Toe in or out):0
Caster (Degrees): 0
Kick-up (mm): 0
Sway Bar (yes/no): No
Ride Height (mm): 10mm
Springs (indicate type, length, hardness, etc):Street Jam Progressive, 29.5mm, Soft
Damper Oil (indicate weight or #): Team Losi #25
Upper Damper Position (Lower # indicates inner most position): Center of optional holes
Lower Damper Position (Lower # indicates inner most position): Furthest from centre
Other (Weights, Mods, etc): Spool

Drivetrain
Front Belt (mm or teeth):Standard
Rear Belt (mm or teeth): Standard
Front Pulley (teeth and differential type): 40
Front Center Pulley (teeth and differential type): 10
Rear Center Pulley (teeth and differential type):18
Rear Pulley (teeth and differential type): 28

Gearing
Spur (teeth and pitch): 88
Pinion (teeth and pitch):22

I have only had this chassis about 2 weeks and I'm loving it. I have plans to up the cs ratio to 2.7 but it's good for now. I'll eventually get the bling bits (carbon and alloy) but I'm in no real hurry. I have real bad chatter at full lock after installing the steering crank from the vip model, so I'm now waiting on the 60 degree pro CVD's.

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#2
Nice!!! I'm thinking of getting the VIP this weekend. How do you like it?
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#3
ive driven a few of these from rtr-vip. there very good chassis. they almost cannot be beat for the money. one of these in pro form actually took our comp overall.
Keep Drifting Fun
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#4
What is the rear pulley from? and just noticed your FDR is around 9 you like it this way?
FS-01D
MS-01D
VDF-II
FR-D v3.0
Active FR Rwd - Forsale
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(02-12-2013, 07:06 AM)Tito2102 Wrote:  Nice!!! I'm thinking of getting the VIP this weekend. How do you like it?

It's really good! A massive step up from my last chassis, sakura zero 1.74 CS

I'm not sure, was on the chassis when I got it. I thought the FDR was 6.2? How did you get 9?


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FS-01D
MS-01D
VDF-II
FR-D v3.0
Active FR Rwd - Forsale
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#7
Ok, I see. Where can I find that calculator? Thanks for the heads up.
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#8
You can find the calculator on the Driftmission website under the tools section.
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#9
I found it, thanks. I was using a cs calculator I got on the apple app store, I wonder why they FDR isn't right? I thought it would be pretty reliable.
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#10
I've used it as well. It's just calculated in a different way
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