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Old 12-10-2010, 10:53 AM   #226
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Is this a gear diff?

I like the aluminum bevel gears on the diff and spool.

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Old 12-10-2010, 11:25 AM   #227
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Is this a gear diff?
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No, this is sealed ball diff.
But our gear diff ( optional) looks very similar.
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Hi Oleg,

Any benefits of the Longitudinal motor layout over the perpendicular?

Thanks.
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I know $750 seems like a lot, but that car looks like it should cost $1200.
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Old 12-10-2010, 02:14 PM   #230
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car looks awesome but for that price please include some titanium turnbuckles.
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Oleg....since this will be a 'limited-edition' TC, what spares are you planning on stocking?
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Old 12-10-2010, 02:24 PM   #232
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Any benefits of the Longitudinal motor layout over the perpendicular?
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Longitudinal motor layout may have some benefits for stock spec motors ( 10.5T, 13.5T, 17.5T, 21.5T ) and for mod motors under some conditions also due to a bit less power losses.
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-JayBee,

We are planning to have all spare parts in our stock.
We will prefer to have a reserve stock of parts constantly instead of selling it in the form of kits.
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Old 12-11-2010, 07:50 AM   #234
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Just a quick question.... Does this chassis use conventional sway bars or have you got a neat trick with a singular adjustable sway bar too?
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Just a quick question.... Does this chassis use conventional sway bars or have you got a neat trick with a singular adjustable sway bar too?
In some of the pics you can see a conventional U bar.
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Wingracer, you're right.
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I know $750 seems like a lot, but that car looks like it should cost $1200.
I agree. There is an incredible amount of engineering that has gone into this car. $750 is a lot of money but you are getting a lot of car for the price.
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Personally I like how radical it is. It's use of innovative features never seen before in any other mass-appeal car is what brings me to this thread.

I wouldn't want a Russian-built Plainomatrix TC4, even if it performs well and costs the same as all the others. There are simply too many similar TCs out there.

Sure, a less radical car, with only some of the features, plus a reasonable selling price with good stock of parts would be great. But it is not something I want to see from the Awesomatrix. I like it radical. It shows alot of thought had been put into the design. And i certainly hope most of the features make it to production. Oleg, awesome work keep it up!
I couldn't have said it better myself. That car is just cool as its wants to be, great job. it should come with its own roll of toliet paper cause its the shizzzt. (thats a good thing Oleg)

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This car looks BADAZZ!! I've been following development of this car for a while and Oleg....NICE JOB brah

I must say though that IMHO the MOST important piece of this kit will be the INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Oleg, pm me info on how to preorder, I want one.
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Is the car still in it's prototype stage? Sure would like to see more pics up close or video. It's interesting.
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Is the car still in it's prototype stage? Sure would like to see more pics up close or video. It's interesting.
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