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Old 03-22-2004, 10:59 AM   #2596
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Frank - Yeah, I had 1oz mounted next to the motor where the two countersunk holes are. Wonder what those are for... lol.. The weights are a little to wide, and any more weight there, it's hard to get the motor out.

I put the rest in front of the servo. I can move the weight over just a little. I'm also going to put a heatsink on my speedo & motor. I just need to strip the anodising off my speedo heatsink. (cant have a blue heatsink on a purple speedo/car )
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Old 03-22-2004, 11:00 AM   #2597
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Old 03-22-2004, 11:06 AM   #2598
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Haven't heard of anyone breaking the arms yet...but you never know...I have a spare just in case... MIP bones too...
I've heard of one arm breaking, but I won't mention RCDriverGary's name on here.

The track it was broken on was very brutal looking. It had PVC elbows sticking out, along with track sections sticking out. I'm surprised that he made it out of there alive.
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Old 03-22-2004, 11:12 AM   #2599
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Frank - Yeah, I had 1oz mounted next to the motor where the two countersunk holes are. Wonder what those are for... lol.. The weights are a little to wide, and any more weight there, it's hard to get the motor out.

I put the rest in front of the servo. I can move the weight over just a little. I'm also going to put a heatsink on my speedo & motor. I just need to strip the anodising off my speedo heatsink. (cant have a blue heatsink on a purple speedo/car )
I use the Xray center weights on mine...they screw right next to the motor. 3pc set is 40g total.( 2x10g, 1x20g)
http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/pro...&kategoria=528

http://groups.msn.com/RCZOMBIES/hpip...to&PhotoID=315
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Pro-4 isn't bad car....A few TC3 Driver switch over to Pro 4 and they seem to like it and the pro4 is easy to drive and better than tc3
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Pro-4 isn't bad car....A few TC3 Driver switch over to Pro 4 and they seem to like it and the pro4 is easy to drive and better than tc3
anything is better than the TC3

Are you ready to switch too?
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Old 03-22-2004, 04:02 PM   #2602
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to compensate for having to move the ball stud on the hub (and to gian traction in general) you could remove one of the spacers from under the inner camber link position (ball stud on bulkhead)
If going to a shorter link resulted in less rear traction (making the car harder to drive) than lowering the inner link is just going to increase the effect.
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Old 03-22-2004, 04:19 PM   #2603
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ok guys,here is the complete kit.the picture quality kinda sucks its kinda dark i guess.let me know what ya think
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it is incredibly rigid.
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How much will it cost? or do you know yet?

Edit: Oops, I forgot you already posted that.

I like it!
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thanks buddy,i will figure the price this week and post it for you guys.i will keep it as low as possible
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it is incredibly rigid.
After seeing those pics-so am I!! DOH!!!

I need three-asap!!
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anything is better than the TC3

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