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Old 10-19-2007, 01:49 AM   #5191
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Old 10-19-2007, 02:57 PM   #5192
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TAMIYA M-CHASIS @ KR!!

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Old 10-20-2007, 12:13 PM   #5193
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Hello,

do you know where i can get the Mini Part 51238, that thing is needed to drive the Swift body on my M-Chassie. I will also bought it from an privat person. But I need it very fast.

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Old 10-20-2007, 12:56 PM   #5194
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gshobby.com, Horizon Hobby,rcslot.com show that part.
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Old 10-20-2007, 02:16 PM   #5195
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This guy 'Vellrip' on ebay in Singapore has them.

We've used his services before, fast shipping, good service. It all depends on where you're located too because you havent said.
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Old 10-20-2007, 02:32 PM   #5196
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iīm from Germany, and here these parts are complete sold out. But we have next weekend a tamiya race, where i would like to drive the Swift. The dealer in Hongkong i also know but the shipping coast are to high when i only bougt these things
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Old 10-20-2007, 04:16 PM   #5197
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If you can't get the F parts in time, just run it as a SWB.
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Old 10-21-2007, 03:31 AM   #5198
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thanks for your answer. I now run on a long wheel base mini with bmw cooper body. Do you mean i will work better with the short wheel base cooper. The race is on carpet, middle size track.
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i am looking for the ones that come with the m03r i guess.... my kit(m03r) didnt come with them so i would like to get them... as long as its the 4 different colors. Did the spring set that came with the m03r have white included in the set ?


I would be looking to buy as i dont have much tamiya stuff



Also for the trackside mini guys what slicks are you guys running up front on your cars and are you running m grip rears with the slicks up front, and how is the insert situation with the slicks?
Sorry for the delay at getting back to you,but the springs that come with the Mo3R are basically OP-333 Touring car tuned spring set(short type)
The set is a set of Red,Yello,Blue all of these in the M03R are just painted white with the little dabs color so you know what size they are.
The spring set your are talking about sounds like OP-440 On-raod Tuned Hard spring set
This is a set of Red,Yelow,Blue,and White
These also at one time came in all white with the dabs of color so you know what the spring were. These are a little bit taller. Anyway you most likely have springs all ready and i use a many different springs and tires so i cant give you any advise as it would just be silly to try and guess a good tires for you.Im glad the other guys all ready helped you out.
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Nice,sharp 'Stoner Ducati' paint job. Congrats to him on winning the championship.

Mini Part 51238. Is this the part I need to use the HPI Ciivc body?
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HI,
I donīt know if it is what you need, this thing make the M03 to the middle size Chassie -> M03 M
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We're starting a mini class around our track.
We are having problems with the kit tires. They wear down in about 5-10 runs depending on driving style.
Replacement costs around 35euros!
What would be a good alternative?
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hello,

i have a nother questition. What different in driving is between the M03 and the M04 on a carpet track. Which car will go better?
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We're starting a mini class around our track.
We are having problems with the kit tires. They wear down in about 5-10 runs depending on driving style.
Replacement costs around 35euros!
What would be a good alternative?
What sort of surface? You havent said...

The kit tyres are the softest anyway, so they will wear quite quickly.
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Old 10-21-2007, 03:19 PM   #5205
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Does anyone know the part # for the spacers to convert a 210 mini to a
225mm wb mini????
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