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Old 03-23-2007, 03:06 PM   #2416
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Guess I have to wait until Monday

That gives me time to do up a motor and have the 12 ready for Tuesday. My bench is ready. It looks like an operating table. The wife asked what was up because it's never clean.
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Old 03-23-2007, 03:13 PM   #2417
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Type R is in da house!
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Old 03-23-2007, 03:38 PM   #2418
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Hey Keith, hope you don't work on an hourly rate, or you would skint by the end of the week dude, wheres the pics please
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blahblahblah Sorry, it got late and i forgot.

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Old 03-23-2007, 03:49 PM   #2419
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Type R is in da house!
Jerk..You gonna rub it in Tuesday or will you run the 12? Did Tracey do you decent price?
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Old 03-23-2007, 05:00 PM   #2420
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sportpak- I would recommend getting the Losi machined and clamping drive hexes in all the available sizes and more importantly, a 7mm nut driver for the new (wheel) axle nuts.


Hexes-

LOSA9686 Aluminum .165"w (Stk) Wheel Hexes (2) $ 11.99

LOSA9687 Aluminum .195"w (+.030) Wheel Hexes (2) $ 11.99

LOSA9688 Aluminum .225"w (+.060) Wheel Hexes (2) $ 11.99


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(LOSA99162)7mm
Just want to check if these parst will fit ok

These parts are for the Jrxs - imperial size axles

The new type r has metric size axles, Fit ok or will it need work

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Old 03-23-2007, 05:05 PM   #2421
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Uh Oh... what have I done....
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Old 03-23-2007, 05:57 PM   #2422
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very nice keith
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Old 03-23-2007, 06:20 PM   #2423
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Just want to check if these parst will fit ok

These parts are for the Jrxs - imperial size axles

The new type r has metric size axles, Fit ok or will it need work

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US size axles will work, yes. I actually dont have the new axles yet. Or a 7mm wrench for that matter

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Old 03-23-2007, 06:21 PM   #2424
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very nice keith

Thanks I wanted to take some better pics once I had my fans on and better looking tires.. and perhaps black CVDs and antenna tube.. but Malc was in SUCH a rush
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whos gonna run it first and comment??
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Thanks I wanted to take some better pics once I had my fans on and better looking tires.. and perhaps black CVDs and antenna tube.. but Malc was in SUCH a rush
blahblahblah but very nice bit of kit. Nice to see the pulley in black to, I take it there not the dyed ones? Look sweet with the prs to with black spur gear, what make is it please Keith and how many teeth please
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Malc, go too bed....
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blahblahblah but very nice bit of kit. Nice to see the pulley in black to, I take it there not the dyed ones? Look sweet with the prs to with black spur gear, what make is it please Keith and how many teeth please
Cheers Malc the impatient man

Its a PRS gear. Probably a 128 tooth.
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Keith: are those sway bars form the mid motor car? does that mean they're a direct fit?
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Keith: are those sway bars form the mid motor car? does that mean they're a direct fit?
dont quote me but im pretty sure the sway bars are a direct fit on either car.

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