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Old 12-06-2007, 08:34 AM   #5551
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Hey there Akura 2- That Mini looks familiar; I'm sure it runs as good as it looks
Thanks.... actually it DOES run really well... but I need to get it to SoCal to see how it runs on a tighter track... at Sun Valley it kicks butt... but that track is HUGE...
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Old 12-06-2007, 03:09 PM   #5553
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akura2 your real Cooper is awesome

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getting it back out of the shop soon... can't wait... wish it was before Friday so I could drive it to the track....
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Old 12-08-2007, 02:05 PM   #5554
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hi,.. still new in this hobby,... need some advice from u expects.

i am using muchmore cellmaster v1.0 to charge my stick pack (IB 4200mh) batts for my m03m. i do have a few questions about the batt.

a) i charge the batt at 2.0A, 3mV, cut off at 4600mh, is that ok???
b) after using the batt,... i need to discharge them... at what amp & to what voltage??
c) if i wanna keep the batt after race,... to what mh should i charge them??? for how long i can keep them before i discharge & recharge the batt???
d) what is the diff if i discharge the batt using cellmaster & using spintec batt manager???

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Old 12-08-2007, 02:37 PM   #5555
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i don't think you have to worry about discharge. 4200maH don't hold a memory so when it slows down I think all you have to do is recharge-but not more than 2x per day
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Old 12-09-2007, 01:27 AM   #5556
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Lotsa updates at rc-mini.

A report on the latest big race for us, the Peter Stevens/HEI Masters, plus some stunning new bodyshells from Tim and Steve Rhoads...

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Old 12-09-2007, 03:56 AM   #5557
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Default M03 Servo saver...

hi I'm new this M03,
Anyone can help me about the servo saver!
I'm using Sanwa WRX on the steering on M03m,
try to use original servo saver but is easy drop out!

Can i using the Tamiya Hi Torque servo saver 510000?
but found the original servo saver part is longer that Hi Torque servo saver!!!
Anyone using it?any advise?

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Old 12-09-2007, 07:10 AM   #5558
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I've got a Swift. Yesterday race, it started "chattering" everytime I turned left ... then later in the day, it chattered both ways (left was a high speed corner). It wasn't rubbing on the body ... body wasn't dragging. Any thoughts on what it could be? It appeared to be "wheel hop". THanks
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Old 12-09-2007, 10:14 AM   #5559
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I won M04M Mazda Eunos ( Miata ) as a doorprize today.

I want to ask you mini coopers fans, is M04 rear wheel drive easy to drive ?

Any building or setup tips ?
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Old 12-09-2007, 10:45 AM   #5560
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I won M04M Mazda Eunos ( Miata ) as a doorprize today.

I want to ask you mini coopers fans, is M04 rear wheel drive easy to drive ?

Any building or setup tips ?
Nice door prize. Post pics when you put it together.
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i'm not mini, I am very large
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Old 12-09-2007, 12:32 PM   #5562
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hi I'm new this M03,
Anyone can help me about the servo saver!
I'm using Sanwa WRX on the steering on M03m,
try to use original servo saver but is easy drop out!

Thank!
What do you mean 'drop out'? We have no trouble with the original equip servo saver. Are you sure you have the correct spline insert on?


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I've got a Swift. Yesterday race, it started "chattering" everytime I turned left ... then later in the day, it chattered both ways (left was a high speed corner). It wasn't rubbing on the body ... body wasn't dragging. Any thoughts on what it could be? It appeared to be "wheel hop". THanks
It's almost certainly rear wheel hop and is quite common. Can be fixed in a number of ways. Ride height adjustment, rear springs and/or tyres.
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Old 12-09-2007, 01:30 PM   #5563
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I ordered in some of the Spice Dish-rims.
They are all crooked and warped

Big dissapointment.
Inserts look nice though.

Anyone else have similar experiences with the Spice rims?
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Old 12-09-2007, 01:52 PM   #5564
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I ordered in some of the Spice Dish-rims.
They are all crooked and warped

Big dissapointment.
Inserts look nice though.

Anyone else have similar experiences with the Spice rims?
We HK market not have this case .
Ride had this case !
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Old 12-09-2007, 02:42 PM   #5565
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I ordered in some of the Spice Dish-rims.
They are all crooked and warped

Big dissapointment.
Inserts look nice though.

Anyone else have similar experiences with the Spice rims?
All the Spice rims I have had have been fine.
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