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Old 01-08-2010, 11:00 AM   #166
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I have not a strong decision about TITC still now because we have
European TC Championship on same dates.

Do you run in the ETS or DHI Cup in Europe ?
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Old 01-08-2010, 12:01 PM   #167
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Do you run in the ETS or DHI Cup in Europe ?
Not now.
Optimisation is not finished yet.
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I have not a strong decision about TITC still now because we have
European TC Championship on same dates.
I know which one u will have more fun at
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Old 03-31-2010, 03:13 AM   #169
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Any news on this?
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Any news on this?

Email I got on tuesday (13th April)...

Hi,

The first batch is in manufacturing stage now.
Please expect the further announcements.

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What ever happened to this car? It would have been great to see this car competing at the Electric Worlds.
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Old 08-24-2010, 11:44 AM   #172
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hey i would like to get one of these cars . when will they be available in the usa and how much thanks
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Old 10-15-2010, 08:49 PM   #174
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WOW, Now thats a crazy setup. How does the car run????
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Old 10-15-2010, 10:50 PM   #175
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The radial dampers in the flesh.. I figured this car was a lost cause.
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What I love is the shaft drive without the torque steer.
What I don't love is the Carbon arms. Would prefer traditional plastic arms.
What I am unsure about is the dampeners. I think I would still rather have traditional shock absorbers and shock towers.
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What I love is the shaft drive without the torque steer.
What I don't love is the Carbon arms. Would prefer traditional plastic arms.
What I am unsure about is the dampeners. I think I would still rather have traditional shock absorbers and shock towers.
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I think it could have been on the market already if those where the case.
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Old 10-16-2010, 10:34 AM   #178
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Why design just another TC. I think this car is awesome and would love to see one in action. Can anyone report on when we might be see or be available in the US.
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What I love is the shaft drive without the torque steer.
What I don't love is the Carbon arms. Would prefer traditional plastic arms.
What I am unsure about is the dampeners. I think I would still rather have traditional shock absorbers and shock towers.
How do they stop the torques steer??
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Torque steer in created by placing the motor parallel to the chassis like the TC4. For lower turn motors (mod) this was a big problem, for high turn (stock) it was not as noticable.

By placing the motor perpendicular to the chassis, like today's belt cars, you eliminate this problem.

This is why all the car makers went to belt transmissions.

This car solved this issue by adding bevel gears from the spear gear to the drive-shaft. Over-all the shaft drive car should be quicker out of a corner because there's no belt stretch.
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