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Old 12-19-2011, 06:25 PM   #7126
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I'm thinking about moving to brushless in my 104. I want to keep the car TCS legal, so I'm limited to what they allow. I am familiar with the Tekin RS, but I wanted to use a cheaper option. Does anyone have any experience with the Speed Passion Citrix Stock Spec or the Novak Edge? How well do they fit? How hard is it to keep the install from looking like spagetti?

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i use the citrix stock spec is a great speedy and cheap i use the 17.5 SP 1 cell in it fits neat and tidy with no problems at all
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Old 12-19-2011, 06:29 PM   #7127
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i am going to try these red peaces on mine as well i think great idea adjustable caster and i guess camber what are you using for the attachment for the front king pin at the top ?
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Old 12-19-2011, 06:40 PM   #7128
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Old 12-19-2011, 06:57 PM   #7129
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i am going to try these red peaces on mine as well i think great idea adjustable caster and i guess camber what are you using for the attachment for the front king pin at the top ?
I'd like to know this as well. I have the aluminum pieces and titanium tie rods. Just need to know which link ends I need for the king pin and to the aluminum piece.

The other thing I was wondering about is how would you measure the caster? Making sure they are the same side to side would be fairly important I would think.
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Old 12-19-2011, 07:00 PM   #7130
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i have been using my TC set up board on my F1 works well for toe in and out maybe it will also work for the caster if i am lucky
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Old 12-19-2011, 07:50 PM   #7131
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An RPM camber gauge is a good way to estimate the caster. If you line it up with the kingpin, it will give you a good idea on the caster.
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......guys, how much thinner is the lighweight Ferrari body than the regular weight body?...the thin bodies hold up OK??..........need a body and the regular weight i cant find anywhere......
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......guys, how much thinner is the lighweight Ferrari body than the regular weight body?...the thin bodies hold up OK??..........need a body and the regular weight i cant find anywhere......
Thin bodies hold up well. I have one that's over a year old, and more or less it's just getting ratty looking. It's not touring car where the bodies take a huge beating. Mostly the nose and the top of the airduct take the abuse (if you flip the car too much!)
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Old 12-19-2011, 09:29 PM   #7134
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......guys, how much thinner is the lighweight Ferrari body than the regular weight body?...the thin bodies hold up OK??..........need a body and the regular weight i cant find anywhere......
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I happen to have a SP-1397 1/10 Scale R/C Ferrari F60 Body Parts Set!
I assume it's "regular" weight. If you want it, I'll ship it out tomm...today (Tuesday) and you can replace it with another body or swap out stuff sometime!

It has the wings and stickers and has not been opened!!!!!!!!!!!

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Thin bodies hold up well. I have one that's over a year old, and more or less it's just getting ratty looking. It's not touring car where the bodies take a huge beating. Mostly the nose and the top of the airduct take the abuse (if you flip the car too much!)
I agree. I actually liked the lightweight better as it was much easier to cut out. The wings take the most abuse.

Good idea on the camber gauge. I think I just figured out how I'll check it once I convert it. If I ever do that is...
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i am going to try these red peaces on mine as well ... what are you using for the attachment for the front king pin at the top ?
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I'd like to know this as well. I have the aluminum pieces and titanium tie rods. Just need to know which link ends I need for the king pin and to the aluminum piece.
Thera are Xpress ball ends and pillow balls that should fit...
http://www.rcmart.com/rc-ball-xpress...=595_1075_1076
http://www.rcmart.com/rc-mrr2-hopup-...=595_1075_1076
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i use the citrix stock spec is a great speedy and cheap i use the 17.5 SP 1 cell in it fits neat and tidy with no problems at all
My Cirtix Club Race works great, too. I use the Corally red 17.5T motor whis is used for EuroGT here in Germany.
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I happen to have a SP-1397 1/10 Scale R/C Ferrari F60 Body Parts Set!
I assume it's "regular" weight. If you want it, I'll ship it out tomm...today (Tuesday) and you can replace it with another body or swap out stuff sometime!

It has the wings and stickers and has not been opened!!!!!!!!!!!

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heck yes i want it........i can Paypal you some coin...
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heck yes i want it........i can Paypal you some coin...
My Dad also has a extra McLaren body brand new in the bag.
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heck yes i want it........i can Paypal you some coin...
It's on the way! Don't worry about $ now, we'll figure out something later.

I need to do my part to help Toledo F1 so II doesn't think I'm a total s#!+ head!

I hope to get up to race in mid-Jan, so hopefully I'll see you then!

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