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Old 02-22-2015, 01:33 PM   #11851
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91446, be sure to buy the bushings too (91447)
Thank you! And why do some stores say that the 91533 are specific for the B5M?

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Old 02-22-2015, 02:50 PM   #11852
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Ships are lined up in Long Beach. Maybe some parts are on there.
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Old 02-22-2015, 02:52 PM   #11853
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Heard someone say that T5M arrived.. Due next week locally..
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Old 02-22-2015, 02:57 PM   #11854
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Cool. Picture is coming in upside down but hope some T5s.
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Old 02-22-2015, 03:50 PM   #11855
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Good thing I have a laptop so I can flip it over to see the pic. Lol
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So I placed an order for the 'MO Performance Parts' Fan Brace using Shape ways and received this statement in my order confirmation message:

'Warning: Please note that the 3D printed products are intended for decorative purposes. They are not suited to be used as toys or to be given to underage children. The products should not come in contact with electricity and be kept away from heat. Our materials, except for 3D printed glazed ceramics, are not food safe.'

WTF?!

Has anyone here actually used one of these things before? Just keen to know if it is fit for purpose.
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So I placed an order for the 'MO Performance Parts' Fan Brace using Shape ways and received this statement in my order confirmation message:

'Warning: Please note that the 3D printed products are intended for decorative purposes. They are not suited to be used as toys or to be given to underage children. The products should not come in contact with electricity and be kept away from heat. Our materials, except for 3D printed glazed ceramics, are not food safe.'

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Has anyone here actually used one of these things before? Just keen to know if it is fit for purpose.
haha, I have one. No issues. they just us a blanket disclaimer
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Old 02-22-2015, 06:13 PM   #11858
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So I placed an order for the 'MO Performance Parts' Fan Brace using Shape ways and received this statement in my order confirmation message:

'Warning: Please note that the 3D printed products are intended for decorative purposes. They are not suited to be used as toys or to be given to underage children. The products should not come in contact with electricity and be kept away from heat. Our materials, except for 3D printed glazed ceramics, are not food safe.'

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Yep, decorative purposes...that is what I plan on doing with mine, LOL.
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Old 02-22-2015, 06:46 PM   #11859
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haha, I have one. No issues. they just us a blanket disclaimer
Thanks good to hear!!
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Quick question. What spacers are used to get the wing to a 3 angle?
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So I placed an order for the 'MO Performance Parts' Fan Brace using Shape ways and received this statement in my order confirmation message:

'Warning: Please note that the 3D printed products are intended for decorative purposes. They are not suited to be used as toys or to be given to underage children. The products should not come in contact with electricity and be kept away from heat. Our materials, except for 3D printed glazed ceramics, are not food safe.'

WTF?!

Has anyone here actually used one of these things before? Just keen to know if it is fit for purpose.
Don't know about the materials this company is using, but our Formula SAE club here at UW-Madison just used some rapid prototyped 3D parts on our Dyno engine... And they held up surprisingly well to the heat! We all thought they would blow out. So it should be alright! I'm guessing thats just to clear the company of any kind of warranties/claims
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Don't know about the materials this company is using, but our Formula SAE club here at UW-Madison just used some rapid prototyped 3D parts on our Dyno engine... And they held up surprisingly well to the heat! We all thought they would blow out. So it should be alright! I'm guessing thats just to clear the company of any kind of warranties/claims
The latest response I got is that its good up until 80d (176) which is what I was clocking on the weekend, after that the molecular structure may begin to change...from what I recall thought I thought you needed to hit 88d before you saw some serious sh8t

In any case ill provide a report back to the forum on performance at a later date
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the B5M Factory Lite has no rims and tires in the kit
Is that why it is lite! It has less parts.

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My B5M has been dialed. Finally got it all together and been running at our new indoor track here in Houston called Club RC. Here is a vid of the 2wd Mod Main saturday:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Pha...ature=youtu.be
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My B5M has been dialed. Finally got it all together and been running at our new indoor track here in Houston called Club RC. Here is a vid of the 2wd Mod Main saturday:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Pha...ature=youtu.be
Nice. Did David Joor and Ron atomic come out? I am told they have been running the b5m and the yz2 on that track.
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