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Old 01-02-2013, 12:57 AM   #2806
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Conversion kits for all owners of our A700 cars:

http://shop.awesomatix.com/index.php?productID=919
http://shop.awesomatix.com/index.php?productID=918
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Old 01-02-2013, 01:25 AM   #2807
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How about going from A700L to tranverse motor layout? Can u put up a list of parts required?
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No one has got an answer? I guess that i´m not the only one who whant´s to know this.

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I would like to know about the handling characteristics between the L and EXL version.

Is one version better for carpet and the other for tarmac? One better for more technical and twisty outline, and the other one better for faster and straighter outline?...

Thanks in advance!!
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Old 01-02-2013, 12:03 PM   #2809
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How about going from A700L to tranverse motor layout? Can u put up a list of parts required?
From A700L to transverse motor layout:

AM02 Rear Bar
AM04 Motor Mount T
AM13 Spur Holder
ST06 Gear Axle
C01EX Lower Deck EX
C03-1 Top Deck T
G01 22T Bevel Gear
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No one has got an answer? I guess that i´m not the only one who whant´s to know this.
From FreddySudhoff:

Both are working well. The L chassis is the narrow one, with the new flex option but you can only run std. Motor layout north/ south. It has little bit more steering and change of load is perfekt.
The EX chassis is little bit wider, has also the new flex options but you can use the transverse motor kit. The chassis has a lot traction and is very easy to drive.
So, L has less rear traction, but good and very fast reaction and EX chassis is maximum easy to drive and very smooth.
All the stock guys at ETS used the L chassis with soft flex settings.
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I hope to get my kit soon... I'm crossing my fingers....
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Hello, I'm new in the forum and in awesomatix, I have a problem with AT03 and AT24
crowns were initially misaligned and after a few batteries with the modified I saw a slip of the same, what do you recommend
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I saw now that in the previous page we talk about this defect
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.. I have a problem with AT03 and AT24
crowns were initially misaligned and after a few batteries with the modified I saw a slip of the same, what do you recommend
Please send this message to support@awesomatix.com
Our team will solve the problem with your AT03 and AT24.
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Happy New Year to all!
Did a small update in my blog. Found and installed this set of wheels which I think look quite nice.

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anyone have some tricks on making the front double jointed drive shafts a bit more bullet proof? i had one fly out after an AMAZING day of racing!! will shrink wrap help? or do folks have some better ideas. i found all of the pieces, and then put it back together again (a few times... that axle then continued to have some issues). we will see if all is well next week.
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i found a prior post from Dawson on using heat shrink. http://www.rctech.net/forum/9907726-post836.html

is that still the best idea?
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anyone have some tricks on making the front double jointed drive shafts a bit more bullet proof? i had one fly out after an AMAZING day of racing!! will shrink wrap help? or do folks have some better ideas. i found all of the pieces, and then put it back together again (a few times... that axle then continued to have some issues). we will see if all is well next week.
Look at the option parts, the Delrin collars work great.
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Look at the option parts, the Delrin collars work great.
P20?
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Yes sir. They were made to battle what you are talking about.
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