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Old 03-19-2014, 08:58 PM   #5986
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Would any of you shaft heads be interested in Hiro Seiko Titanium/alumn screw kits for the Awesomatix cars? And if so what color alumn would you prefer for the top deck or an all Titanium set?

I am working with them to get them to build some sets for my next order as I have had a few request for them.

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I'd prefer all titanium set.
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Old 03-19-2014, 09:04 PM   #5987
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Would any of you shaft heads be interested in Hiro Seiko Titanium/alumn screw kits for the Awesomatix cars? And if so what color alumn would you prefer for the top deck or an all Titanium set?

I am working with them to get them to build some sets for my next order as I have had a few request for them.

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I would go all titanium. If they can color titanium then that brown color that is used in the Awesomatix parts would be cool IMO. I have never seen colored titanium though so I doubt that is an option.
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Old 03-19-2014, 09:18 PM   #5988
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Old 03-20-2014, 10:38 AM   #5989
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Would any of you shaft heads be interested in Hiro Seiko Titanium/alumn screw kits for the Awesomatix cars? And if so what color alumn would you prefer for the top deck or an all Titanium set?

I am working with them to get them to build some sets for my next order as I have had a few request for them.

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Titanium set EA.
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Old 03-20-2014, 01:57 PM   #5990
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They cant do the gold titanium or match the spring steel color of some of the parts. Would be cool if they could do a dark gray alumn like most of the parts on the car but dont think they would do any just for a small run. Looks like I will just get some full titanium sets for those interested. Except for Cyrul....he's demanded purple! LOL Along with Purple KIY Kits!


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Old 03-20-2014, 02:59 PM   #5991
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I can do these colors for titanium only KMW TI-DIZING
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I'll take the color on the far right as soon as EA can get the ti-kits
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I'm interested on full Titanium set including turnbuckles same color as Awesomatix.
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Old 03-21-2014, 09:02 AM   #5994
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Oleg, would you advice us to slightly file the two growths on the underside of AM44, the ones that maintain P10, to have more room for the FFG lateral movements?
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Oleg, would you advice us to slightly file the two growths on the underside of AM44, the ones that maintain P10, to have more room for the FFG lateral movements?
I don't recommend to do this.
FFG lateral movement is restricted by lower P10 but not AM44.

Too much lateral movement for FFG is not good as:
1. There is no sense in this.
2. Front dogbones can pop out of spool outdrives.
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Thank you for the clarifications Oleg, that's what I tought but I wanted confirmation ;-)
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Old 03-22-2014, 05:41 PM   #5997
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Has anyone tried the ECS driveshafts in the rear of their car?
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Old 03-23-2014, 12:09 AM   #5998
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Yes, I run the car with ECS at the rear end for a long time, no problem with it. It seems the rear is a little bit smoother with them
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Do you find it frees the car up and lets it rotate better at all? I was speaking with an xray driver on friday who suggested I tried this to help my car rotate a bit better.
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