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Old 12-20-2009, 05:48 PM   #421
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Is there an online shop with these parts in stock?

My usual selection of shops don't have them in stock at the moment, except Nexus, but paying double the the cost of the parts in postage is not ideal if I can help it.
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Old 12-21-2009, 06:52 AM   #422
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Does anyone know the exact PN for the yellow Tamiya spring everyone is running. thanks for your help.
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Old 12-21-2009, 07:45 AM   #423
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The yellow Tamiya touring spring is 13.3 LB/IN - any brand touring spring about similar (13-14 LB/IN) should work the same.

Mine is from the Tamiya (#53440) spring set - kit spring is about the same as the Tamiya red spring (11.9 LB/IN)
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Old 12-21-2009, 09:23 AM   #424
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Thanks inzane for your help.....
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Old 12-21-2009, 09:45 AM   #425
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INZANE, how do you like that servo? does it perform well? thanks
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Old 12-21-2009, 12:56 PM   #426
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I have nothing but praise!
Fast, strong, extremely low and inexpensive - what more can you ask for?
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Old 12-21-2009, 01:18 PM   #427
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I have nothing but praise!
Fast, strong, extremely low and inexpensive - what more can you ask for?
I in 109 I mounted the 706 mg of the usual brand and I found it excellent, I think it will also buy the digital model.
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Old 12-25-2009, 08:29 AM   #428
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Hello from France,

Joyeux Nol to everybody...

The old man bring me the fabulous F109 kit!!

But because of you Inzane, I receive a lot of things...

- 3R F109
- Combo EC Power 60A + 8.5 t brushless motor
- 2 LiPo 7.4V/4200mAh/35C
- Ko 2413 low profile servo
- 3R blue caster alu mount
- 3R blue front knuckle arms
- 3R blue alu servo saver
- 3R full Ti turn-buckles
- 3R rear shaft (2 spare parts)
- Kawada 48dp 20/22/24/26t pignons
- Kawada 48dp 74/76/78/80t spur gears
- ceramic dif balls
- 3R F and R tyres
- tyre truer F1 adaptater
- Paragon
- Team Asso front hard springs

and soon:

- another LiPo pack
- CRC springs mod

It will be my first electric kit!!!

I enjoy to see this kit. I will begin the construction soon.

Au revoir

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Old 12-25-2009, 01:13 PM   #429
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I've just about read the thread from front to back. It seems to be a very impressive car. The question I would like to ask is with Tamiya releasing a rubber tire kit for 104 and Ride, Pits and Tamiya introducing rubber tires now will 109 be able to use those tire and rims?
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I've just about read the thread from front to back. It seems to be a very impressive car. The question I would like to ask is with Tamiya releasing a rubber tire kit for 104 and Ride, Pits and Tamiya introducing rubber tires now will 109 be able to use those tire and rims?
the F1-09 uses the same wheels and tyres as the F103
i got rubbers from TRG for my F103 and F1-09
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Old 12-25-2009, 02:33 PM   #431
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Thanks, the track I run is works better with rubber so you can se why i asked the question. With the larger chassis than the 104 will the car take the new designed bodies?
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hey does anyone know the diameter of the trg rubber tires?
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i am on holiday at the moment so i cant measure mine

Sorry

will do when i get home

do you want the Diameter and width ??
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I'm enjoying racing my f109, the car seems to be hooked up really well out of the box. Here is a pic of the car




My blog will have set-ups and reports from the racing series I will be in. The build thread will be ready in a day or so as well

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i am on holiday at the moment so i cant measure mine

Sorry

will do when i get home

do you want the Diameter and width ??
just the diameter pls.
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