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Old 09-13-2011, 07:45 AM   #15661
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Thanks Tim. Do you carry them? I'll be placing an order with you tomorrow for some stuff anyway.
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Old 09-13-2011, 01:55 PM   #15662
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Clearing out some misc mini stuff check it out -

TAMIYA M CHASSIS MINI COOPER MINI ITEMS
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Old 09-13-2011, 02:12 PM   #15663
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Has anyone tried the Ride Evo-X 225mm mini body yet?

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Old 09-13-2011, 03:16 PM   #15664
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The Hobbywing systems we use are in fact 380 size....its just the fins that make them look 540 sized... Although I'm not keen on the Life pack idea, bugger that.
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Old 09-13-2011, 08:06 PM   #15665
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Lol, some people have called me " Calvin " in the last six months, not sure what that meant.....................

Must mean that i'm faster than a certain J.Warren ........
Pfft.. I retired the mini when she was still fast.

I recall when i moved to stock, you chickened out and went back to mini. Wouldnt race me in the premier class or stock..
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Old 09-13-2011, 08:49 PM   #15666
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so i found the parts I needed to get my mo6 tracking straight, what do you guys know about "RC Racing Model"

http://www.rcracingmodel.com/goodsDe...1-4efd21809365
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Old 09-13-2011, 10:08 PM   #15667
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Pfft.. I retired the mini when she was still fast.

I recall when i moved to stock, you chickened out and went back to mini. Wouldnt race me in the premier class or stock..
Not quite the way I remember it...................
Owning / driving a stock tourer requires patience , preparation and carefactor - Three strikes must mean i'm out !!!
Mini , I pulled out to race just the other night - charged pack and drove it !!
The skills weren't the greatest , but these little suckers can take the punishment at the speed I drive ................................

T/Cs bore me senseless, at least my car doesn't look like it came out of the same cookie cutter as the next guy's ( P.S - still waiting for my TA22 )
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Old 09-14-2011, 02:42 AM   #15668
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The Hobbywing systems we use are in fact 380 size....its just the fins that make them look 540 sized... Although I'm not keen on the Life pack idea, bugger that.
Have you ever taken one apart? They look the same as 540.
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Have you ever taken one apart? They look the same as 540.
id have to agree, the rotor and windings are of 540 size not really 380
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Old 09-14-2011, 04:18 AM   #15670
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Michael,

I don't know why they would call you, Calvin. Your not in the same league as him. I'm pretty sure Jason has insulted me. Plenty of time to respond.

wollow86,

If you are using Tamiya diffs then the part numbers Tim has given for the blades are correct. If you are using a 3Racing diff with blades then they will be to small. The 3Racing blades are 3.5mm.

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Caltek1 they are for the Spice oil diff, and 3 racing universals.
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id have to agree, the rotor and windings are of 540 size not really 380

Tony's been running the hobbywing for over 2 years. I think he's correct about the motor being a 380 core.

Here's the description from the manufacturer

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id have to agree, the rotor and windings are of 540 size not really 380
It is totally a 380 motor made to look like a 540 with the heatsink case.
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hey i never stated if performed like a 540, i just agreed that the internal components were not of 380 size
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The Hobbywing systems we use are in fact 380 size....its just the fins that make them look 540 sized... Although I'm not keen on the Life pack idea, bugger that.
I like the belt drive and pan chassis, but the rest I am not sure. But who knows what they will do with it. Maybe the basis for a M07, if made in FWD form.
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