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Old 02-09-2010, 05:24 AM   #3556
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Nice pic Schreff....when did Larry get long blond hair and a nice set of twins...
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Old 02-09-2010, 10:17 AM   #3557
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my diff bolt was protruding well past my diff nut.. nearly an eigth of an inch.. using less beveled washers will only cause the nut to retreat.. i guess i could have used a thicker collar on the thrust side. funny even the cad drawing shows the tip of the bolt protruding.. the end of mine was shinny where it had been rubbing.. i see the blades are "out of stock". i must not be alone..
[QUOTE=Ron Goetter;6977190]If your still running the original 45mm dog bones and trying to run more then 1.5* of rear camber that's how there breaking. If you go to the 44.5mm pick up the CVD collars at the same time. They really help free up the dog bones.
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Ron is correct, either install the shorter dog bones or add 1.5mm to the rear will solve this.
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Old 02-09-2010, 03:53 PM   #3558
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If your still running the original 45mm dog bones and trying to run more then 1.5* of rear camber that's how there breaking. If you go to the 44.5mm pick up the CVD collars at the same time. They really help free up the dog bones.
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Ron is correct, either install the shorter dog bones or add 1.5mm to the rear will solve this.
I've got some v2 and v3 bones in steel and aluminum. Which are the short ones? From which points can the installed ones be measured? Thanks for all the good info guys.
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Old 02-10-2010, 04:43 AM   #3560
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hello

which is the difference in using this parts camber link plate 1.25 mm or 2.5 mm?

has some benefit in the behavior of the car?

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Old 02-10-2010, 05:04 AM   #3561
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I've got some v2 and v3 bones in steel and aluminum. Which are the short ones? From which points can the installed ones be measured? Thanks for all the good info guys.
T.O.P Racing Products 44.5mm Aluminum Universal Shaft Set (Red) (2)
[TRP-PO-SDT027RD]

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...haft-Set-Red-2

or just the shaft
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...sal-Bone-Red-1



These are the ones I was tslking about.
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Old 02-10-2010, 03:05 PM   #3562
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Is there a place where we can find out about the latest option parts that are coming out?

I see there is a new 'black' layshaft that looks like it has something at the end, maybe to key it in to the supports?

And there are are few other things... What's the difference between the Ally and Ti Axle pin holders? Is there much in the weight? Are there any strength issues with the Ally?

Where are the resources for this stuff?

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Old 02-10-2010, 09:10 PM   #3563
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Anyone got a used photon to let go of? I am in need of a second class car, but with limited funds getting all the equipment needed leaves buying a new kit out for me. LMK
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You break another chassis in half again Clif?
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Last shipment Rubber Kit had updated Centre pulley shaft !
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Last shipment Rubber Kit had updated Centre pulley shaft !
What is changed on the center pulley shaft?
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You break another chassis in half again Clif?
What you doing pokin round the top thread for thomas? Looking for an UPGRADE??
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Actually what I should do is get away from Red or Orange and get something else different. Like that pink car.

Wait that wouldn't work either.. Justin likes pink.

You guys smoke me bad this year... and I will start looking at it.
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What is changed on the center pulley shaft?
Yes !
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Yes !
he asked what is the difference.

or may be someone from the TOP team can explain what is the new center pulley shaft?
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