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Old 02-05-2010, 04:15 AM   #646
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how much would you need to get for the servo mount SMG ?
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Old 02-05-2010, 07:29 AM   #647
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I machined them myself. Thinking about making more if anyone is interested?
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Can you post better picture?

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This may have been asked before but does the F60 body fit the F109?
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Old 02-05-2010, 03:07 PM   #650
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You may want to look at the F201 Tamiya bodies. They look to be close in dimension. If I remember, I'll look at the track, and see if the ones they have will fit the 109
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Old 02-05-2010, 03:33 PM   #651
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how much would you need to get for the servo mount SMG ?
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This may have been asked before but does the F60 body fit the F109?
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Here's some more pics of my custom machined servo mounts. I originally made these for the standerd servo size but then modified them after I bought a low profile servo. I would be willing to make a batch of these if I could get enough people interested. As far as the cost goes, I would definitely have to get them under the Tamiya brand so they would be worth it to everyone who wants them.
Soon, I will calculate the cost and post it on the forum.

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You may want to look at the F201 Tamiya bodies. They look to be close in dimension. If I remember, I'll look at the track, and see if the ones they have will fit the 109
Got a Ferrari F2001 for the F201 today, and it looks like it will fit the 109. It also looks like the front wing will fit with a little help. The front wing looks a lot like the 2009 wings too (wider than the stock 109 front wing), just gotta get a narrow rear wing.
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my new Corrally Mod

i didnt like the standard idea with the side springs so . . . .

i bought the Corrally side springs and tweek screws from their new 1/12th scale (easier to get in europe thn the CRC stuff)

i used super glue on the battom of the plastic spring mount to the chassis using the stock screw to make sure it was square with the hole , then removed the screw and screwed the corrally droop screw and ball assembly in , clipping the spring to the top of it then i can adjust the spring tension and tweek of the rear of the car

i am still trying to get the set up right as to which spring works best , suffering badly with lack of rear grip

Thaks must go to Pieter Sorber for the car , chassis and Corrally parts , Joey for the driving tips Thanks for the chance to try this car out

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I'm going to run a 13.5t brushless in my f109 any suggestions on what size pinion to start with would be appreciated. Got the original 98t spur (64dp)
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sidecarphil nice shell , what colour is it ? is it a tamiya colour ? i have some stickers on the way to me as we speak not sure what shade to pick , i like the idea of the no nosecone still look neat or have you just not got round to putting it on ? i have run mine 3 or 4 times and no matter how carefull you drive the nosecone gets hammered !!
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sidecarphil nice shell , what colour is it ? is it a tamiya colour ? i have some stickers on the way to me as we speak not sure what shade to pick , i like the idea of the no nosecone still look neat or have you just not got round to putting it on ? i have run mine 3 or 4 times and no matter how carefull you drive the nosecone gets hammered !!
i used the Tamiya metalic dark blue LIGHTLY then backed with black

i want the nose to be yellow but being busy at work and not got to the shop for a can of paint LOL
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Hi!

Maybe stupid question, this wings from body (white one) they gives some
aerodynamics or they are only for nice look ?

Maybe someone try drive with them and without?

For me body without is more nice ... but it is for me

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ah i see !! i have the red bull , jag , mclaren and ferrari stickers on the way and a blank shell waiting to be painted i cant decide what to go for ! i see you are having probs with handling what are you running on ? carpet or tarmac ?
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ah i see !! i have the red bull , jag , mclaren and ferrari stickers on the way and a blank shell waiting to be painted i cant decide what to go for ! i see you are having probs with handling what are you running on ? carpet or tarmac ?
i run on carpet at the moment

what handling problems do you have ???

i have modified the rear springs to Corrally 1/12th scale parts but they are too stiff i think

went from grip rolling every corner to rear end too loose

i need some help too
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Maybe stupid question, this wings from body (white one) they gives some
aerodynamics or they are only for nice look ?

Maybe someone try drive with them and without?

For me body without is more nice ... but it is for me

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I cant see it making alot of areodynamic diffrence , just add unnessasary weight , our club runs std 540 silver can motors so any weight advantage helps !


@ sidecarphil1 ..

Well i run on carpet , we are limeted to a silver can motor as i said above but i cant belive how well the car runs out of the box the only mod i have is the ally castor adjuster only because it seemed the norm and what others were doing, i use addative on the rears and dial alot of steering out on my transmitter , i can seem to keep up with some of the modified drivers so cant really see any real problems .forgot to say i changed the spur to 48dp the only real reason being i had a rack of 48dp pinions and no 64s

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