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Old 05-07-2013, 02:48 PM   #11116
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I just bought the Tresrey 4mm rear carbon tower. As it was pictured it comes with (4) 1mm Tresrey spacers. What are these for?
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Old 05-07-2013, 04:17 PM   #11117
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Has the price of the RDRP chassis been released yet?

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Still no plans for more?
The chassis and other new parts are on Amain now http://www.amainhobbies.com/index.ph...ew&filter_cat=

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Hello.

I just bought the Tresrey 4mm rear carbon tower. As it was pictured it comes with (4) 1mm Tresrey spacers. What are these for?
To space the tower away from the gearbox/motor plate, most likely.
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Old 05-07-2013, 06:53 PM   #11118
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The chassis and other new parts are on Amain now http://www.amainhobbies.com/index.ph...ew&filter_cat=
Just saw that! Wow. Great price.
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I'm planning on running my buggy MM on a carpet outdoor track. Do you guys just have different bodies for RM and MM?
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Old 05-08-2013, 11:58 AM   #11120
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So since I'm gonna have one on back order in a minute what body fits the +11 best besides rtr forward cab I will be using velcro no matter what body ,, and are their any alum servo mounts out their that aren't gold I stripped my plastic ones out and don't feel like paying half the alum price for one part on the tree
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I'm using a jc finnisher on my +10. Just need to cut out the body differently up front
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I just bought the Tresrey 4mm rear carbon tower. As it was pictured it comes with (4) 1mm Tresrey spacers. What are these for?
If you look at the motor plate it touches the shock tower. The spacers move the tower away from the motor plate, and also provide a bit more clearance between the springs and rear camber links.
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1st day turning laps with the +10 chassis RM3, 10k in the diff and a Tresrey Ht450 servo.
Novak 6.5-Novak Kinetic esc. I still can pull wheelies half way down the str8away.LoL....We have a little over 6,000sf indoor clay track.
What will the car do ?? RM3 vS RM4
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rm4 will give you even more rear traction, and you saying you can pull the front wheels up half way down the straight I wouldn't recommend using rm4, only if very low tractions conditions.
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What would you guys recommend in the way of shock oil for an indoor dirt track? I found out what the guys at my track are running tire wise so I am about to put in that order so I'd like to get some oil in this order as well!
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Here is another dingo..... A lil different use tho
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What would you guys recommend in the way of shock oil for an indoor dirt track? I found out what the guys at my track are running tire wise so I am about to put in that order so I'd like to get some oil in this order as well!
Ask the locals that one too. I run 32.5/30 2 hole 1.6/1.7 pistons, F/R.

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Awesome. You should post this in the DETC410 thread hahaha
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What would you guys recommend in the way of shock oil for an indoor dirt track? I found out what the guys at my track are running tire wise so I am about to put in that order so I'd like to get some oil in this order as well!
Depending on pistons 25wt-35wt I'm at 25wt with 4x1.2 single taper pistons enough pack for landing flat but still enough holes for the bumpy areas and tons of reaction anything I tell my buggy to do it does it
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I just bought some Jconcepts 3Ds for my DEX210 and before I glue them up I just wanted to ask what I should do with the foam incerts? Am I supposed to cut them down or just stuff them all in?
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I just bought some Jconcepts 3Ds for my DEX210 and before I glue them up I just wanted to ask what I should do with the foam incerts? Am I supposed to cut them down or just stuff them all in?
Flip them inside out and cut the corner off with a pair of scissors. About 1/4in each way from the corner to put a nice 45 bevel on the inner lip of the foam when you flip it back to outside out.
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