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Old 10-14-2011, 12:36 PM   #3046
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What brand do sell these small lipo's?
And are the legall?

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*Chassis is set up for lowest ride height for carpet / 200mm width rule, however can be quickly swapped to 104 rubber / 185mm width by using the 104 front end and 104 rear alloy pod to accommodate the larger diameter rubber tires.
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Old 10-14-2011, 01:33 PM   #3047
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What brand do sell these small lipo's?
And are the legall?

regards Roy
they are legal, original use in the TLR 22 buggy.

example:
Trinity Revtech "Double Deuce" 2S Li-Poly 65C Hardcase Battery Pack (7.4V/4000mAh) (95mm)
as shown at amainhobbies
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Thought I'd share my F1's.
I had the Jordan first but after upgrading to the Exotek Chassis I didn't need many parts to make the second car so I brought the X1 top deck to try out.
Let me know what you think
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Thought I'd share my F1's.
I had the Jordan first but after upgrading to the Exotek Chassis I didn't need many parts to make the second car so I brought the X1 top deck to try out.
Let me know what you think
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what I think:
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Nice looking cars. how do you find the X1 setup, is it better than standard?

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Old 10-14-2011, 09:29 PM   #3051
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What's the minimum ride height when running rubber tires?
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Nice looking cars. how do you find the X1 setup, is it better than standard?

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Thanks for the comments Guys

Yeah the X1 setup is way better for asphalt than the original pro version and the Exotek is better again.
Both are faster in corners than the original and both stick to the road better.

Does anyone know if they is a easy way to measure castor ?
after modding the Ferrari F1 I any unsure if both sides are the same
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if anyone is looking for built, barely touched f104, i have one for sale

Tamiya F104 w/ custom Schumacher Mercedes GP w02 body
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Do you guys allow the Corally F1 cars to race in the foam tire class???
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Do you guys allow the Corally F1 cars to race in the foam tire class???
No. Nothing with pan car tires is allowed. Way too much mechanical grip. They easily lap the field.
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Those of you that have done a Red Bull RB7 what blue paint have you found to be the best match?
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I see pan car type rear tires in these pictures , at least as far as width is concern. That seems more like tamiya flexing its muscles again, banning anybody faster than them ! It would be better if they allowed pan car tires, but with a minimum diameter of 63+mm or something!!!!!
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I'm wiring up my F1 and was curious what gauge wire I should use. I'm running a 21.5 no boost, 2s. I was thinking 14awg would be plenty. Suggestions?
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