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Old 02-20-2011, 02:55 AM   #376
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Reminds me of my Swiss SMP slide Chrome 1/8

Beautiful engineering. Polished aluminium would be the best possible finish, but rather expensive
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Will the alloy be anodized? if so, what colour is the car going to be? I think titanium grey or satin black would look really nice
Cant wait to try one out
If it is going to be anodized, then it needs to be hard anodized. There is zero wear on anything hard anodized on my losi even after 2 years plus racing. Normal anodizing is a waste of time as it wears away to easily.
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Old 02-20-2011, 05:03 AM   #378
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Hi Oleg,
Will the alloy be anodized? if so, what colour is the car going to be? I think titanium grey or satin black would look really nice
Cant wait to try one out
We have two colour scheme on our car now - some parts are titanium gray and others - natural shiny aluminium.
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Nice video Oleg.Only you guys have two free rolling bearings supporting the middle of the shaft , any particular reason why ? Also are there grub screws under every lower A arm for ride height adjustments???
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I'm assuming to minimized the vibration of the shaft for smoother operation and transition of power to the tires.
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Old 02-20-2011, 02:41 PM   #381
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I wonder if Oleg tested his shaft system strength versus a traditional shaft system! If so, what did he uncover??????? Hopefully he will enlighten us!!!
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I'm assuming to minimized the vibration of the shaft for smoother operation and transition of power to the tires.
My thought as well...
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Old 02-20-2011, 07:12 PM   #383
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Hey Oleg, does a pre-order list still exist? I would like to pre-order this asap; gotta email or something? Thanks dude
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this car did justice to its name...

can't wait to see it up close n personal...
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....Only you guys have two free rolling bearings supporting the middle of the shaft , any particular reason why ? Also are there grub screws under every lower A arm for ride height adjustments???
These rollers prevent shaft oscillations at resonance rotation speed.
Our 7075-T6 shaft is thinner and longer than others so resonance speed is within operational range.
There are adjusting screws under every lower arms.


JayBee, Pre-order list exist. We are collecting all messages of orders from all sources but sometimes we have no time for prompt reply due to current high flow of orders.
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Oleg...you have a PM
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These rollers prevent shaft oscillations at resonance rotation speed.
Our 7075-T6 shaft is thinner and longer than others so resonance speed is within operational range.
There are adjusting screws under every lower arms.
Gotta love the level of engineering of this chassis... Bearings on the main shaft so you don't loose motor energy as sound....


C'mon Oleg... How much longer?
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hi oleg

I really like this car you have brought to the TC market!

I was just wondering, based on the pictures i have seen in this thread as well as the videos i have watched, would the spur gears be standard (meaning aftermarket products could be used) or would you guys be making unique spur gears for the kit (like xray does)?
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... would the spur gears be standard (meaning aftermarket products could be used) or would you guys be making unique spur gears for the kit (like xray does)?
Standard spur gears (and pinion gears also) are suitable for this car.
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Hi Oleg is there an Awsomatix going to the TITC ?
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