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Old 09-28-2008, 12:07 AM   #7306
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I saw one guy do that but not from glueing his servo saver but for putting a 3.5 in a mini and in to a steel barrier...it was so funny, a front wheel drive wheelie, tires lasted half a lap before literaly exploding also looked like a nitro with the smoke
Nitro m03 custom?!?!? Or a custom nitro mini?


Has anyone try making the front bevel diff a solid unit with no diff action?

I took the droop out of my front susp. Ill see how it goes. I think it was going toe out also messing up my turns. I also put stiffer TRF springs. Ill go run it later maybe at midnight...
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Old 09-28-2008, 12:22 AM   #7307
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Its nice know that the weakest part is only 1 nut to change
Yes only one nut to change and two new rims.

I was using a friends high priced digital brushless servo. If it was my gear the servo would've been trashed after.

Get a GOOD servo saver!
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Old 09-28-2008, 02:56 AM   #7308
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Nitro m03 custom?!?!? Or a custom nitro mini?[QUOTE]

Sorry a 3.5r novak brushless system
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Old 09-28-2008, 10:40 AM   #7309
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Sorry a 3.5r novak brushless system


Ohh damn I thought you were talking 3.5 ENGINE size!

I wish someone would really make a custom nitro FWD cooper that really works. I seen ONE on youtube a guy in japan had built but there's no specs on it.

I'm building a front wheel drive belt drivin electric mini at the moment, its based off a couple nitro cars and tamiya shocks, a-arms, dog bones, ect... but its going to have to be 14 or 15turn with 32pitch. Ill see how it goes.... that's if I don't give up now on it
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Old 09-28-2008, 02:19 PM   #7310
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A custom-build ULTIMATE electric Mini would have to be based on this - the Yokomo YRF2 SP.
Easily the coolest Touring Car ever built and a shrunken one would make an AWESOME mini....

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Old 09-28-2008, 07:52 PM   #7311
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I wish you'd stop showing that thing off everywhere TFG....
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That one isn't mine....

Why would I need another on top of the 6 I already have. Oh that's right, you don't have ANY....
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I was thinking the same thing.

He's going to end up like that guy that comes to all the big RC races in Vic with his tether car

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A custom-build ULTIMATE electric Mini would have to be based on this - the Yokomo YRF2 SP.
Easily the coolest Touring Car ever built and a shrunken one would make an AWESOME mini....

Yes anthony the yokomo yrf2 was on of the best built FWD but it got outlawed at the tamiya ff01 races. *It was just to fast*

But you could never build a "FF mini" (Front motor-Front wheel drive mini) I try doing it with my 'ol m04 by putting the motor upfront with a graghit chassis behind. I had everything mocked up ready mount to drill and bolt. But I couldn't mount a mini body, due to NNOOO room infront so I FAILED

Now I'm going to make the same as the yrf2 but the motor behind the axel and a 2.5mm nitro chassis. We'll see.
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I was thinking the same thing.

He's going to end up like that guy that comes to all the big RC races in Vic with his tether car

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Hey I brought it to 1 meeting, because NT asked me too...

We saw a dog on a leash tied up to a pole outside Mc Donalds a while back. Graeme immediately yelled out

"Look, its tether dog!"
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looks good...
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Why would I need another on top of the 6 I already have. Oh that's right, you don't have ANY....
Yeah, well, ummm, errr, you don't have a Tasmanian State Title
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But was there anyone at that event?
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No point in getting caught up in the details

I may have owned 50% of the Mini chassis' entered for the event!
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