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Old 09-14-2005, 08:03 AM   #691
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what sort of transponder? a amb pt? or a club transponder?

the club loaner transponder uses a body clip thru the body...

the ambrc can fit in the chasis with double sided tape,

or on the rear left hand side of the chassis there is 2 spare screws where you can screw it in (but this position lays the PT sideways, and i had problems with the Transpoder picking up the signal, when the loop was above the car)
club transpoder
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Old 09-14-2005, 08:06 AM   #692
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I use the big & medium plastic clip that came with my cva shocks. Which in size is I think about 6mm. Set it low enough so your front arms are level. When there level it will keep the front from binding. I have very little time right now until monday. If I get some good free time before then I will measure mine. What I told you is pretty much my guess for what they are.

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Sorry I don't get which is the plactic clip you were referring at. I attached a pic of CVA shock set...just when you have the chance man...
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club transpoder

drill a hole about 5mm wide, on the front windscreen, and use a body clip
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i see...thanks mate.
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Old 09-14-2005, 08:12 AM   #695
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click post reply -> scroll down and see "manage attatchements"
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got it..thanks..
is there a reason why clip the trsnpoder on the front window ?
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Sorry I don't get which is the plactic clip you were referring at. I attached a pic of CVA shock set...just when you have the chance man...
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they are shock spacers... they should come with the tree with the original shocks... they are a "C" shaped and slide between the spring and the shock cap around the shock body.... add some "pre-load"
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got it..thanks..
is there a reason why clip the trsnpoder on the front window ?
coz in a Final it is a race against the other cars (not the time), therefore u want the transpinder as close to the front as possible... wont make a difference in 99% of the situations but everything helps....
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got it ..thanks a lot
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Hey thanks guys. Anyone here race mini at Fredrick or RCO cause I've heard something about a group of guys wanting to race thier minis together.
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Question for you mini guys. Just getting into mini's and was wondering what tire options are available. I would like to keep everything to "scale", meaning not using touring car tires. Thanks in advance.
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Hey can any of you guys tell me if the TAo3 front hub carriers(steering blocks) will interchange with the TL cars.Specifically the mini cooper.Thanks,Mario.
The hubs that fit the Minis are the TA01 Touring Car Front Upright (Red). Tamiya part number 50648. The steering arms on these are shorter so the tie rods angle foward, but being shorter you can't use a sway (anti-roll for the rest of the world ) bar. I've used these and they work well and don't bend as easily as the stock hubs but I like to use a sway bar on my M03's so I went aluminum. Hubs from a TA02 might fit. I think they might be the same.
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they are shock spacers... they should come with the tree with the original shocks... they are a "C" shaped and slide between the spring and the shock cap around the shock body.... add some "pre-load"
thanks man..i'm still confused because my original query is i will use my Aluminum TA04-R TRF threaded damper and opinions on using it....do i still need to use those 'c' clips as preload?
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thanks man..i'm still confused because my original query is i will use my Aluminum TA04-R TRF threaded damper and opinions on using it....do i still need to use those 'c' clips as preload?

if they are threaded u dont need to use the spacers... well u may want to use the spacers to measure out 2mm or 3mm or 4mm
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Question for you mini guys. Just getting into mini's and was wondering what tire options are available. I would like to keep everything to "scale", meaning not using touring car tires. Thanks in advance.

only tires that say m-chassis, there are only 5 kinds u can get from tamiya

and the two more from hpi aswell.
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