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Old 09-16-2012, 01:45 AM   #2386
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Can anybody point me where I can order this car in US?
or is it too early for this country?
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Old 09-16-2012, 02:09 AM   #2387
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Can anybody point me where I can order this car in US?
or is it too early for this country?

Hey dude you can get them drirect from - http://shop.awesomatix.com/

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Old 09-16-2012, 02:56 AM   #2388
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Jimmy,

Looking forward to seeing you set-ups, are you planning on attending any of the ETS races? I was also looking at the new set-up sheet and wanted to know what the difference was between damper #6 and #3?

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Old 09-16-2012, 04:49 AM   #2389
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The shocks #6 are as std. in the car. The new #3 will be option parts. You can now disasamble the shock and change the part where the oil is inside. The #3 shock oil is 50% softer then the std. #6.
This is a great option for the future.
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Old 09-16-2012, 05:49 AM   #2390
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Some general notes for Freddy, Jimmy or Oleg that may need to be clarified:

1. So the C01L chassis is the narrower of the two options and accepts only longitudinal configuration
2. The C01EX is a bit wider and accepts both configurations. Is the C01EX chassis same width with the standard chassis that came in the original kit?
3. Are both chassis same thikcness (3.0 mm) and do both have the same cut outs for additonal flex
4. The AM24 Central Servo Holder ('floating') is compatible with both type of chassis C01EX and C01L?
5. Carbon rear steering Arm has no been replaced with aluminum AM23 I understand. Is this same geometry as old carbon piece or different?
6. AM26 gives the option for the upper arm to attach further away from the steering block. How would this affect the car?
7. AM06S is a shorter steering block. How would this affect the car?
8. Is the damping of DR6 same to the rate of the older std dampers or different?

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Old 09-16-2012, 07:37 AM   #2391
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Hi John,

1 to 5 right :-)

For question 6: This will alow you to shorten the link from the outside and on the same way to achieve a higher link height. This will let the rear end of the car more work, you will gain faster change of load and faser reaction.

To 7: The shorter blocks will give the car more traction.

To 8: The #6 shocks are nearly the same like the old std. shocks. Just a little bit softer because of a bigger diameter. But you can't really feel the different.

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Old 09-16-2012, 10:33 AM   #2392
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Awesomatix for sale with tons of spares in canada..pm me..
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Old 09-16-2012, 10:58 AM   #2393
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Freddy, thanks for the updates on the new parts. Will you be able to make it to the first ETS race next month? Also shoot me an email when you will be at the track again.

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Saw Jimmy testing the prototype last Sunday.. looks great, and goes fast.

Makes me want one!
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Old 09-16-2012, 11:48 AM   #2395
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Jimmy,

Looking forward to seeing you set-ups, are you planning on attending any of the ETS races? I was also looking at the new set-up sheet and wanted to know what the difference was between damper #6 and #3?

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Hey patrick
Yes I will be at germany for the ETS race look forward to seeing you.
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Jimmy I will see you there. I just need to get some practice before this 1st ETS race.

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Saw Jimmy testing the prototype last Sunday.. looks great, and goes fast.

Makes me want one!
Hey James

Yes it's getting there bit more testing and we will be good to go

Very exciting times ahead.
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Old 09-17-2012, 12:07 AM   #2398
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Hi Patrick,

yes, I'll be there for sure! I will be also at the other ETS races.
Do manage to come?

Are you still in Germany? I'll be not at the track again before ETS. I was there the last 2 weeks and will go to an other track next time.

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Hey freddy,

I will be trying to attend as many ETS races as I can and maybe DHI and LRP races as well. We have 8 months left here in Germany before we move. See you at ETS.

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What I'd like to know is if the new AM14-1 steering arm has the same geometry as the original AM14.

I would be keen on a steering arm in between the standard AM14 and IAS AM22
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