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Old 02-20-2012, 11:52 AM   #1636
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Hi, I brand new a700 for sale first 800 usd shipped to canada and lower 48 states,get its only today , lol, sale sale sale, pm me, more info. in the for sale section thanks
I'll take it pm me with info....
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Old 02-20-2012, 12:06 PM   #1637
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I'll take it pm me with info....
Frank don't do it...Oh well too late..
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Old 02-20-2012, 12:46 PM   #1638
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Just measure the droop from the bottom of the wishbone as any other car.

Yes you can buy the dampers separately.
That's what I've done, the setup indicates 25mm... How to achieve this high value?

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You have possibility to shorten SB25x8 screws by 0.2-0.3mm with broach file and remove small silver shims after that.
Ok but that's strange that only one of the four has this small shim... Is that normal? I'm pretty ok to leave that on, but I was just afraid about oil leak...
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Old 02-20-2012, 01:42 PM   #1639
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thanks Damon and Magnet for the input..
i'll give it a try..i remember that people was suffering on bumps at the last ETS...

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Old 02-20-2012, 01:57 PM   #1640
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My father is a official dealer which sells those TC's on this website but we are located in switzerland !
www.cosmic-rc.com
then go to the web shop.
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Old 02-20-2012, 10:12 PM   #1641
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That's what I've done, the setup indicates 25mm... How to achieve this high value?
Some drivers indicates the drop as a distance from board to ST01/ST02axle (upper point of threaded area of axle).

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Ok but that's strange that only one of the four has this small shim... Is that normal? I'm pretty ok to leave that on, but I was just afraid about oil leak...
You can add shims to all four dampers also.
We will supply all our dampers with additional shims later.
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My father is a official dealer which sells those TC's on this website but we are located in switzerland !
www.cosmic-rc.com
then go to the web shop.
Hi Oleg,

When can we expect to see a distributor/dealer in the US?
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Old 02-21-2012, 01:56 PM   #1643
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Hi Oleg,

When can we expect to see a distributor/dealer in the US?
I don't know but if you really want that car you can order it by us. Since the car box isn't really that big so the shipping isn't gonna be so expensive.
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Hi, I brand new a700 for sale first 800 usd shipped to canada and lower 48 states,get its only today , lol, sale sale sale, pm me, more info. in the for sale section thanks

Does this car come with the dampners?
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You can also try at shop.awesomatix.eu
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Old 02-21-2012, 11:45 PM   #1647
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You can get it from Lou's speedway they are the Canadian distributer for awesomatix from what I was told...
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Old 02-22-2012, 09:45 AM   #1648
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My ball diff is finally assembled...

The thrust bearing part is really hard to assemble! When I first put every part together, there was some friction somewhere at each semi-revolution... I realize that was the end bolt which was touching the main diff part... But at this point, the diffential was way too lose... Once it was rightly set, no more friction...

Very smooth by the way, but we will see soon how the car is behaving on the track...
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My ball diff is finally assembled...

The thrust bearing part is really hard to assemble! When I first put every part together, there was some friction somewhere at each semi-revolution... I realize that was the end bolt which was touching the main diff part... But at this point, the diffential was way too lose... Once it was rightly set, no more friction...

Very smooth by the way, but we will see soon how the car is behaving on the track...
did you fill it with oil or without?
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did you fill it with oil or without?
Ball diff big guy, no oil in this one. The gear diff, yes.
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