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Old 07-28-2009, 09:34 AM   #511
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so has any one tried running 48p spur/pinion on the f104... i saw the post earlier about converting to 64p

the link was http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXN136&P=7

any thing like this for 48p spurs.. would this same adaptor work for 48p spur as well?
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Prime - try Speedtech RC, he had a bunch of them last week with a good price, don't know about shipping Internationally.
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Prime - try Speedtech RC, he had a bunch of them last week with a good price, don't know about shipping Internationally.
same with ultimatehobbies.com they have them off and on... but I'm not sure about international shipping
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Old 07-28-2009, 11:43 AM   #514
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so has any one tried running 48p spur/pinion on the f104... i saw the post earlier about converting to 64p

the link was http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXN136&P=7

any thing like this for 48p spurs.. would this same adaptor work for 48p spur as well?
same adapter works for both 48p and 64p
I am running 64p on asphalt, no issues
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Has anyone heard of any rubber tire options for the F104?
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There are no rubber tire options yet.
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There are no rubber tire options yet.
not even tires designed for the 103 huh?
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same adapter works for both 48p and 64p
I am running 64p on asphalt, no issues
cool thanks JayL
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I'm working on piecing everything together for my f104. What gearing should I pick up to start with? I'll be running 64p on a indoor carpet track. Motor will be the Tamiya silver can.
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The F103's will not fit on the F104, trust me, I purchased 3 different sets, Cross and Ride from Hong Kong and it was too late to cancel the order when I found out. The rears will fit, but the fronts will not due to the size of the Kingpin.
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As far as the adaptor, all you have to do is sand it down even with whatever spur gear you get so that the diff plates can touch the diff balls.
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same with ultimatehobbies.com they have them off and on... but I'm not sure about international shipping
thanks for the tips,

speedtech out of stock,
ultimatehobbies don't ship outside the US.
the hunt continues.
thanks again
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thanks for the tips,

speedtech out of stock,
ultimatehobbies don't ship outside the US.
the hunt continues.
thanks again
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www.precisionrc.com they have in stock
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Prime I just ordered mine from RC champ
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Prime I just ordered mine from RC champ
eclip you have a pm. thanks.

also are you running yours on the gold coast?? I'm just in Northern NSW.
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