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Old 10-07-2011, 11:39 PM   #526
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Mike, try this link (not compressed version, 62Mb)
http://www.petitrc.com/reglages/awes...700_Manual.pdf

At awesomatics web site all links working by click, not by 'Save Target As...'.

'A700 Instruction Manual' compressed now to 30Mb without quality deterioration.

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Old 10-08-2011, 01:43 AM   #527
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Doesn't work for me

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Please try the next link also ( compressed version)
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/43565480/A70...20Manual-c.pdf
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Old 10-08-2011, 03:13 AM   #528
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Hi all..Downloaded..Thanks for the help..
I must say..very, very nice...
1 question..do the shocks last for ages or do you need to replace often?
Trying to talk the missus into it now
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Old 10-08-2011, 11:05 AM   #529
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U know - I do love the look of the awesomatix, but have a butchers at this:

www.the-pred.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=740

Now the top cat did have pushrod suspension before the t-tech, but I haven't seen pushrod in another TC car.

It's just superb that the awesomatix is plowing it's own furrow.

I have to see one in the flesh before I commit to buy, but I may well get one at the start of next outdoor season!
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Old 10-08-2011, 12:25 PM   #530
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Hi all..Downloaded..Thanks for the help..
I must say..very, very nice...
1 question..do the shocks last for ages or do you need to replace often?
Trying to talk the missus into it now
These dampers last long ( output shafts are double ballraced).
But they can be damaged at severe crashes - same as for any other parts of any other car.
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Old 10-08-2011, 12:55 PM   #531
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Hi all..Downloaded..Thanks for the help..
I must say..very, very nice...
1 question..do the shocks last for ages or do you need to replace often?
Trying to talk the missus into it now
i agree very nice, seems to be a nice build
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Old 10-08-2011, 01:42 PM   #532
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Man this car is top notch

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Old 10-09-2011, 04:19 PM   #533
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Oleg - look forward to getting one. How soon till the shopping cart opens again? Talked with Steen at IIC. Car looks really special.
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Oleg - look forward to getting one. How soon till the shopping cart opens again? Talked with Steen at IIC. Car looks really special.
Hi Mark
anybody at the IIC had one at the track? if so ,how did it go?
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anybody at the IIC had one at the track? if so ,how did it go?
Hey Ova - hope all is well with you.

Steen Graversen ran the car at IIC. Great execution on engineering and workmanship. Steen drove some great rounds with world-class competition. There are some great product introductions in r/c that are noteworthy. This car will be one of them. It will be interesting to see how the car gets reviews from the guys that arent the perfect wheel guys.
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Hey Mark
yep the car look cool tho
btw I'm doing pretty good..still working ..keeping those money coming me the RC junkie...One day we will be racing together...
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This car was definitely worth the wait! I am looking forward to picking mine up at the 1st round of the ETS this month. I watched this car last season and anyone purchasing it will not be disappointed.

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Well i have started the build and what can i say, anyone who purchases this car will think that the purchase price is cheap when they see the materials and craftmanship. So far very impressed, especially with the gear diff. I will post some pics soon.
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Man the technical solutions on that car are FANTASTIC! I've allways said the problem with a shaft driven car is the powerloss of the REAR balldiff becouse the crown gear is pushed sideways and never properly aligned. 1/8 nitro buggy's or a durango hadn't that problem becouse with a geardiff the crowngear wouldn't move. Here the balldiff sits IN a dustfree fixed diffhouse. And thad geardiff. Fully ballreaced! AWESOME!(MATIX)
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Well i have started the build and what can i say, anyone who purchases this car will think that the purchase price is cheap when they see the materials and craftmanship. So far very impressed, especially with the gear diff. I will post some pics soon.
Is it possible to put some pictures of the car while build...
Retail box extra parts comes with kit etc...
Cheers in advance
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