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Old 04-12-2007, 06:40 PM   #18121
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PW, are all the sizes available on the site? I didn't see all of them list, some showed 0 stock on hand. If they are? Could you add them to my B/O list please. Thanks Ed.
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Old 04-12-2007, 07:15 PM   #18122
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Maybe the old 3PM had a 200ft range, but not the new one. I tested mine a few weeks ago at large 1/8 scale track down in florida running at the same time with 3PKs and M11 and NOmadios, and I had no glitches or problems, and it worked lightning FAST! People couldnt belive it...some have sold their own systems and have bought it and love it. Its really good, and feels so much lighter. You should all give it a try, you wont be sorry.

i am still running the origional spektrum system because i was torn between the 2.the spektrum pro had no specs on the range and the futaba did.i may give it a try.i just want to wait it out for a bit to see if there are any issues.i am one of the lucky few who have seen no glitches even with the indoor races on carpet(knock on wood)
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Old 04-12-2007, 07:23 PM   #18123
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PW, are all the sizes available on the site? I didn't see all of them list, some showed 0 stock on hand. If they are? Could you add them to my B/O list please. Thanks Ed.
We are no longer distributing Titanium Racing products. Everything we have in stock is 50% off and we won't be getting anymore inventory.

Maybe one of the T-Maxx screw kits will have everything?
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You got my parts done yet
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Hey Ed, if Schumacher doesn't have the screws in stock, you can always go to www.SpeedtechRC.com Steve has all the Ti screws you'll need.
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Old 04-12-2007, 08:01 PM   #18127
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How do you know when your REALLY ready for the Mi3 to come out?!?


...In my case, its when I transfered all the Mi3 pics I have to my PS3 so I could look at all of them supersized and in 1080i HD!
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Old 04-12-2007, 08:01 PM   #18128
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Hello, Screws kits. Is the MI2 kit the same as the new MI3 car. or does someone know which screw kit would work for it. SPEEDTECH has them. Please help with info. Thanks Ron,
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Hello, Screws kits. Is the MI2 kit the same as the new MI3 car. or does someone know which screw kit would work for it. SPEEDTECH has them. Please help with info. Thanks Ron,
Not even close to the same as the Mi2 and no kits for the Mi3 right now
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Just wondering, does Schumacher still pre-build the diff on the cars? Of all the things I loved about Schumacher kits, that.....wasn't one of them. The pre-built diffs were always notchy and sounded like chains being dragged on concrete!

So is it still done? And if it is, has it gotten any better since back in the day?
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Old 04-12-2007, 09:30 PM   #18132
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I'm not sure about the new diffs, but I can tell you all you needed to do on the old diffs was put the good thrust bearing in that lasted forever, sand both sides of the rings flat, use the carbide diff balls and use Schumacher diff grease and they were awesome.

Hopefully they did something to the new ones though!
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Old 04-12-2007, 10:25 PM   #18133
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The new diffs come un-assembled. The only thing done at the factory is the installation of the thrust bearing (the good one )

The only difference between the Mi3 diff and the past ones are indexed diff rings that lock on to the out drives. This lets you set the diff a little looser as its is now impossible to slip the rings on the outdrives. I looser rear diff gives more on power steering.
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Old 04-12-2007, 10:29 PM   #18134
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WANNA RACE? CHECK OUT THIS NEW TRACK!
www.rchobbiesraceway.com
the thread for this track is tittled Holy crapshaith what a facility
If any of you are passing through Arkansas you have to stop at this track. It is just beautiful and is set in a family fun center with a go kart track and a putt putt golf course next to it.

Make sure a bid for the 2008 ROAR Nats On Road Nats comes from that track!
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Old 04-12-2007, 10:36 PM   #18135
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Congrats on the new job Adrian, interested to see what you guys will have for the Mi3.
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