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Old 04-13-2004, 07:27 PM   #3481
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whoa UPS just came.. just got my pro4 from ultimate hobbies... supper fast shipping! i ordered it during the Easter Day Sale
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Old 04-13-2004, 07:34 PM   #3482
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IT is a nice building kit. Just have a good 2mm driver and your set. Take your time and in a few hours you will have a very nice car.
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ooo so i should get a nice 2mm driver? any recommendations?
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Old 04-13-2004, 07:43 PM   #3484
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Cant go wrong with the huddy tools....I bought a 2.5mm ball driver just to put the motor in and out of the car and I think now Im going to change all my tools over to them they are very nice. Ohh and a 2.5mm ball driver makes puting the motor in and out a lot easier then a non-ball driver.
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Old 04-13-2004, 07:45 PM   #3485
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anyone try the new budget hudy profiTOOLS?
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Old 04-13-2004, 07:46 PM   #3486
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ooo so i should get a nice 2mm driver? any recommendations?
I used the MIP/Thorp 2.0mm ball driver. They been around for years and still one of the best and have a good warrenty with them as well.
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BMI chassis looks sweeeeeet....
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Old 04-13-2004, 08:30 PM   #3488
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BMI Pro4 titanium toplate.
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BMI Pro4 rear tower in titanium:
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BMI Pro4 Front titanium graphite tower.
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The discoloring you see in the center of ever picture was dirt on the lens that I just know found. I will be looking for that from now on.
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BMI chassis looks sweeeeeet....
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That BMI pro4 Looks Awsome in that titanium color
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Old 04-13-2004, 08:39 PM   #3494
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"Doug,

Did you use the diff parts for the plastic diff or the steel diff?

I'll try it tommorrow, but I want to move the spring to the other side using the AE t bolt from the steel diff...."

I do know that the t nut is a steel diff part, the plastic AE halves use a nyloc nut which fits into a hex recess in the diff half......
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hey all,

I was able to graft on a TC3 RPM Bumper on my car-but i dnt really recommend it to anyone-at least not how I did it.
But I have a practce tommorrow night and ZERO spares-so if I break my car-well-thats it.
With more time and patience-I am sure you could make it work properly.

The problem was I didnt put it far enough back so my body will be too far forward by about 5mm.

Pics tomorrow!

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