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Old 07-19-2010, 08:19 AM   #3031
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thanks I already checked their site, they list it as an upcoming product...
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Old 07-19-2010, 08:23 AM   #3032
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Does the TS020 Toyota GT1 body fit the F104?
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Old 07-19-2010, 11:43 AM   #3033
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Probably not...it was made for the F103 which is shorter than a F104.
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Old 07-20-2010, 10:26 AM   #3034
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Will side-by-side nimh packs (6 cells joined by battery bars) fit in the holder with either deans T plug or banana tubes? I also have round stick shaped lipos and wonder if they will fit?
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Will side-by-side nimh packs (6 cells joined by battery bars) fit in the holder with either deans T plug or banana tubes? I also have round stick shaped lipos and wonder if they will fit?
not sure about the nimh packs, but the rounded lipo packs will fit without a problem
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Old 07-20-2010, 02:03 PM   #3036
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thanks I already checked their site, they list it as an upcoming product...
When you get to the home page - click on "radio control" just to the left of the Earth icon - top left corner

then click "F1 something " top (?) in the menu on left hand side

that takes you to a page of large icons by manufacturer

click TRG and search those pages - thinks its on Page 1 from memory

Its a bit hard to find - but promise you its there.

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I have one on my 103.
It's not bad.
A little heavy but it's right where you would want weight.
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I have one on my 103.
It's not bad.
A little heavy but it's right where you would want weight.
thx for the pic.
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i could really use some setup tips with my f104 pro....im running silver can and medium bite asphalt...any help would be apreciated..thanks
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i could really use some setup tips with my f104 pro....im running silver can and medium bite asphalt...any help would be apreciated..thanks
What issues do you have with the setup
Have you tried the B-Foam tires, or are you going for a rubber tire setup

What are your current settings
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What issues do you have with the setup
Have you tried the B-Foam tires, or are you going for a rubber tire setup

What are your current settings
how are the B-Foams on asphalt?? I just recently got a set, but haven't mounted them up yet
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i could really use some setup tips with my f104 pro....im running silver can and medium bite asphalt...any help would be apreciated..thanks
B compound foams, 57mm rollout, hard (black) springs up front, new soft t-bar with relief cut, soft spring (I prefer the short ones) and 45wt. oil in the shock and 60-80,000 diff fluid on the friction plate. Won't win you a TCS race but will get you in the ballpark @ Strictly See you Sunday ...:tire :
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thanks guys!!!!
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Old 07-21-2010, 09:50 PM   #3045
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What is the Tamiya part no. For the soft short spring? Thks
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