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Old 03-09-2010, 01:24 AM   #2341
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Old 03-09-2010, 06:01 AM   #2342
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This is 104's House.
very nice work sir.

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Awesome work man. How does the F60 handle? Where you using foam or rubber tires?
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Old 03-10-2010, 03:27 AM   #2345
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Drag_on, for TCS only Tamiya insert allowed. there is only 1 insert choice and it feels too hard.
(however, they wouldn't know what insert we use.. right? )
Yeah they wont know what insert you are using -- well to be honest with you i dont think they will check the insert you use. i got TRG tire insert they feel so soft --- but too bad i already attach and glue it in my TRG tires.

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no, it is TCS Indonesia.. but yes I think you are correct.
I misread the rules. there is no restriction on the insert choice.
See there is no tire insert restrictions ehehhehhe --- so you can use car wash sponge too without being disqualified
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Awesome work man. How does the F60 handle? Where you using foam or rubber tires?
Thanks, it handles just as sweet as it looks, it's a Ferrari ! This day I rolled her out with Shimizu's in the rear and foams guiding that rocket in front.
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What were the motors in the two F1 cars?
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What were the motors in the two F1 cars?
I can't speak for the Honda, but my F60 has a YR 10.5 brushless. Actually the Honda has a 19t in her.

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Are there any online tuning help/guides avail for F1 cars?
Been to the Tamiya site but not much there also tried a google but---
I know basic pan car tips will help, but wonder if any f1 specific tricks are avail?
running a 103\silvercan both foam carpet indoors and rubber asphalt outside.
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Are there any online tuning help/guides avail for F1 cars?
Been to the Tamiya site but not much there also tried a google but---
I know basic pan car tips will help, but wonder if any f1 specific tricks are avail?
running a 103\silvercan both foam carpet indoors and rubber asphalt outside.
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If you r talking TCS in the States, insert is open, and you dont have to run one if you dont want to
i had a new unglued set of tamiya F1 rubbers, same question as r_s, not whether it's legal/illegal to run it without insert in TCS, but rather how it handles without insert, good/bad, anyone tried before?
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Can you use the F103 Anniversary Kit foam tires to the F104?

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Can you use the F103 Anniversary Kit foam tires to the F104?

Thanks.

Not up front.
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Not up front.
Doesn't the f103 and f104 use the same composite knuckles? It should fit? only the bearing outer is different size but the inner hole are the same.
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104 has a longer kingpin the 103 rim is smaller than the 104 and hits the kingpin,
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