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Old 11-25-2008, 09:23 AM   #6106
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hmm, i thought i got back to everyone already. Can you resend the email to [email protected]?
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Old 11-25-2008, 11:39 AM   #6107
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Jason,

What are the part numbers and prices for the new rear pods for the DB12R and DB10R. Will they be availiable in your store for online purchase?
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Old 11-25-2008, 02:01 PM   #6108
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Hi guys, what are the tools I need to assemble a DB12R? I've only got metric stuff so I need to pick up some new drivers before mine arrives

Sorry for the noob question
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Old 11-25-2008, 02:19 PM   #6109
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Hi guys, what are the tools I need to assemble a DB12R? I've only got metric stuff so I need to pick up some new drivers before mine arrives

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1/16th and 3/32nd for screws and 3/16th for nuts.
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Old 11-25-2008, 02:20 PM   #6110
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Hi guys, what are the tools I need to assemble a DB12R? I've only got metric stuff so I need to pick up some new drivers before mine arrives

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You'll need the following drivers.
Hex drivers: .050, 1/16, 3/32, 2.5(for motor screws)
Nut drivers: 3/16, 11/32
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Plus the usual stuff; pliers, diagonal cutters, etc.
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Jason,

What are the part numbers and prices for the new rear pods for the DB12R and DB10R. Will they be availiable in your store for online purchase?
I am working on getting the new stuff on the site. I will hopefully have it completed tommorow. Some of the new stuff is up already. The 1/10th pod is not available at this time. I will be testing it shortly.
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Old 11-25-2008, 02:53 PM   #6112
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You'll need the following drivers.
Hex drivers: .050, 1/16, 3/32, 2.5(for motor screws)
Nut drivers: 3/16, 11/32
Phillips #2

Plus the usual stuff; pliers, diagonal cutters, etc.
Thanks guys! Cant wait for it to arrive
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Old 11-25-2008, 04:01 PM   #6113
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Took the DB12R to another local track this past Monday, managed to qualify 2nd and take the win making it 2 for 2 with this car! The conversion kits should be coming in soon, can't wait to get them!
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Old 11-25-2008, 04:47 PM   #6114
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Does anyone know off-hand how wide the cell slots are on the DB12R chassis?

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You'll need the following drivers.
Hex drivers: .050, 1/16, 3/32, 2.5(for motor screws)
Nut drivers: 3/16, 11/32
Phillips #2

Plus the usual stuff; pliers, diagonal cutters, etc.
don't forget the 2mm hex driver for the left hand hub.
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don't forget the 2mm hex driver for the left hand hub.
Oops. I forgot. I've even used a 5/64 hex driver for the hub screw as well.
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Does anyone know off-hand how wide the cell slots are on the DB12R chassis?

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14mm wide x 50mm long (approximately)
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i am looking for a little help.
carpet track 40X80 rough(not a good tape down) and does not get a good groove?

i found a set up for carpet, but i am looking for what changes i should make for this track?

stock class(27t)

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don't forget the 2mm hex driver for the left hand hub.
Got the metric stuff covered, wish the whole car was metric - when will people see the light

Has anyone fitted the 7.4v lipo to their BMIs? I know the US looks like its heading the single cell lipo route but here in Oz with basically nothing but asphalt tracks 12th isn't really seen as an entry level class so there isn't as much of a movement to slow them down and there is a bit of support for the 2 cell/17.5 route
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