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hi guys. i think im in thickie mode. the 908 has 2 spring steel flats running 3/4 of the car and fitting on top of the axle to keep it down.onthe frame youve got 2 adjustment screws on the buttom of this bracket fits 1/2 way under the back axle to stop the notor pod dropping out, the other part contains the spring steel pushing it down. when i adjust the grub screws 4 poitions it lifts the leaf spring up and when i ad just the rear grub screws pulling it down the motor cradle locks. is there a site showing what each adjustment does. ive even been on the avant site, but no explanations. can any one help. thanks john. by the way i,ve got an identical avant chassis with no back pod retaining screws the back wheels and pod fall straight out of the bottom of the chassis, whats that all about.
 

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I,m with mrrc, on this one. they can be made to work well, but you need to file the motorpod-chassis to start with, so you,ve got no rub points. the series of holes along the leaf spring is where you put the grubscrew to alter spring tension. it takes a great deal of trial and error-read time-to set one up properly, but when done its a revalation. I didn,t know you could get a a/w chassis and pod for the lmp,s. I,ve got the kremer and mirages, a/w and their a doddle to set up. John
 

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I Quite agree Ian. It took me about 6 weeks of playing with it in spare moments to get it running right. was thinking about the chassis conversion, you,ve got to buy the chassis and screws, the pod, the gear and pinion and the suspension setup-not cheap! they've got the kremers and mirages on ebay now for £24.95. probably a cheaper way to do a conversion. John
 
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