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Old 08-11-2007, 07:25 AM   #5131
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I'm thinking it's cold roll, so if you polished it, you would have to clear it or polish it frequently.
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Old 08-12-2007, 05:39 AM   #5132
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Can someone tell me if the stormerhobbies stocks the new arms or do they still have the old ones?
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Old 08-12-2007, 06:58 AM   #5133
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Can someone tell me if the stormerhobbies stocks the new arms or do they still have the old ones?
There was not part number change from the new ones to the old ones, so you can't tell from that at all. You would just have to call them and ask hot long their stock has been there.
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Old 08-12-2007, 03:45 PM   #5134
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Just ran Todd's Reedy Race set up today and the car was awesome!!! great steering ,the car was on rails!!! too bad my vortex 3.5 fried my rear diff TWICE!!!, thanks to roberto aka "mugenracer" for the diff pulley so i could run the A-main!!
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Old 08-12-2007, 05:38 PM   #5135
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There was not part number change from the new ones to the old ones, so you can't tell from that at all. You would just have to call them and ask hot long their stock has been there.
I would be thinking that seeing there were no arms available at all worldwide for a length of time, the stormer ones would most probably be the new ones.
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Old 08-12-2007, 05:42 PM   #5136
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I would be thinking that seeing there were no arms available at all worldwide for a length of time, the stormer ones would most probably be the new ones.
I had a supply of my own and still do.
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Old 08-12-2007, 06:43 PM   #5137
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got a link to that reedy setup?
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My car was on a rail to
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Old 08-12-2007, 08:07 PM   #5139
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I am going to race carpet for the winter season

And I *THINK* I will buy me a JRXS-R


How are these guys on carpet? Is there something better?

And what do I need to do to make it carpet worthy?
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Todd Hodge Reedy Race setup

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yes it was!!!! see you at the next race
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Race meeting this weekend (Stafford BRCA for all you UK guys) any ideas on what I should try. Need to improve on the last outing big time! Used Todd's Ripon setup and the rear was all over the show!

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I am going to race carpet for the winter season

And I *THINK* I will buy me a JRXS-R


How are these guys on carpet? Is there something better?

And what do I need to do to make it carpet worthy?
Well, the only few things that i would say it would need is a set of tyres that work on the carpet surface, and a bit of time setting it up. The car has everything you would need to set it up for carpet racing. A set of swaybars would be nice, but not essential. I upgraded from a TA-05, and they are also quite nice to drive on carpet too.... but I'm heaps quicker with the R!!
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yes it was!!!! see you at the next race
Frying the diffs? Has anyone else running 3.5 motors fry the diffs so quickly?That cant be a good sign...is this an issue with this car, too?
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ive been running the same diff for atleast 5 or 6 racedays on the same diff running a 3.5
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