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Old 12-18-2007, 06:12 PM   #3376
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We are making it a 200mm pan car to run with 1/10th pan car foam tires and HPI 200mm bodies. We are still deciding on the bodies to run on them but are leaning towards the real car style bodies. It will be a great alternative to TC by having a less complex,better handling car for alot less money. The pan cars of today are of much higher quality than past years and with the right direction can make a comeback. TC is just getting way out of hand as far as complexity for the average racer. With a car like this we can get more people into the onroad scene with a lower street price,exceptional performance and low maintanence.
Will we be seeing DB10R RTR's?
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We are making it a 200mm pan car to run with 1/10th pan car foam tires and HPI 200mm bodies. We are still deciding on the bodies to run on them but are leaning towards the real car style bodies. It will be a great alternative to TC by having a less complex,better handling car for alot less money. The pan cars of today are of much higher quality than past years and with the right direction can make a comeback. TC is just getting way out of hand as far as complexity for the average racer. With a car like this we can get more people into the onroad scene with a lower street price,exceptional performance and low maintanence.
That is awesome. Not sure if they have it by you but one of the biggest classes around here and most popular/fun is Trans Am. Basically any TC, 4cells, 27T, HPI classic bodies and rims/tires.
The Track at Harbor Hobbies

Maybe something like that class but more modern bodies...

That would be sweet!
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That is awesome. Not sure if they have it by you but one of the biggest classes around here and most popular/fun is Trans Am. Basically any TC, 4cells, 27T, HPI classic bodies and rims/tires.
The Track at Harbor Hobbies

Maybe something like that class but more modern bodies...

That would be sweet!
Those bodies will fit the DB10R. Basically...it its 200mm wide it will fit the DB10R....200mm Nitro sedans, Oval bodies, GT, GTP, LeMans, Vintage TranAm, etc.
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Old 12-18-2007, 07:48 PM   #3379
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Will we be seeing DB10R RTR's?
I can always look into that but i doubt it will happen. I dont want to have to outsource for that kinda thing out of the country. Nothing against other contries i just want to support the one i live in.
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Can you tell what size the bearings are and the count for each in the DB12?

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Proof looks pretty good, more info when it arrives.
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Old 12-19-2007, 08:03 AM   #3383
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1/4 x 3/8" Flanged 5 pieces in rear
5-16 x 1/8" Flanged or non flanged 4 pieces in front(depending on tires you are using)
You could also use the thrust bearing kit from Slapmaster
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Hey Jason,
Sometime ago you made mention of creating a 12th setup system. Any development on that, or even potential time frame? I've been thinking of getting the unity tool one, but it's a little pricy.

Just curious on what the plan is.

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Jason, did my "package" get away ok?
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Proof looks pretty good, more info when it arrives.
Is that a raised border as well?
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Hey Jason,
Sometime ago you made mention of creating a 12th setup system. Any development on that, or even potential time frame? I've been thinking of getting the unity tool one, but it's a little pricy.

Just curious on what the plan is.

Later,
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Hey Aaron,

I do plan on it but i havent finished it yet. I will hopefully finish it right after the snowbirds.
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Jason, did my "package" get away ok?
I got real busy today and didnt get all of my orders out. I will be shipping it out tommorow though with the rest
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Proof looks pretty good, more info when it arrives.
Thats pretty trick bro. Dave at IRS was asked me if you could have the guy who did that contact him. He really liked it.
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I got real busy today and didnt get all of my orders out. I will be shipping it out tommorow though with the rest
Thanks Jason,

Now can you put your mind to a setup for me please.

I need a setup that is going to be a good starting point for really low grip ashfelt. No traction compound allowed. What would you use as a starting point?

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