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Old 05-21-2007, 09:11 PM   #19381
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Are the P-Dub bumpers out for the MI3 yet?
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Old 05-21-2007, 09:22 PM   #19382
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Are the P-Dub bumpers out for the MI3 yet?
I believe they are done and enroute if not already in stock. Hit PW up in a pm and he can provide you with details.
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I believe they are done and enroute if not already in stock. Hit PW up in a pm and he can provide you with details.
Will do...thanks brah
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Old 05-21-2007, 10:11 PM   #19385
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Well here is mine , i was a little lazy with the paint

Thanks Paul for replacing the bulkhead for me

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Old 05-21-2007, 10:31 PM   #19386
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sweeet looking car
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Well here is mine , i was a little lazy with the paint

Thanks Paul for replacing the bulkhead for me

Ah man. We lost you already? No more Type R! Just messing with ya. That Schuie is one good looking car and it looks very promising. I've always been a Schuie fan, but struggled some with the Mi2 when it first came out. Put her in the show at the 2004 Birds and then sniffed up the C mains club racing Lack of set up knowledge I guess

I am interested in hearing your thoughts for on track performance between the two.

Good Luck Marcos. Both cars are awesome.
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Old 05-22-2007, 12:20 AM   #19388
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Is anyone else having trouble keeping the pins in the front CVD's. They work loose every race and I've tried tightening them with locktite etc but nothing seems to work for me. When they come loose they jam inside the hub and cause the pins to shear off inside the spool end. At least with the new spool they don't damage the spool outdrive like they used to in the EC.

What's the fix for this I'm sick of pulling the front end apart after every race.
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Try this,
i had this problem on my previous xray,i take out the pin,sand off a bit at the center of the pin,then assembly back.
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Is anyone else having trouble keeping the pins in the front CVD's. They work loose every race and I've tried tightening them with locktite etc but nothing seems to work for me. When they come loose they jam inside the hub and cause the pins to shear off inside the spool end. At least with the new spool they don't damage the spool outdrive like they used to in the EC.

What's the fix for this I'm sick of pulling the front end apart after every race.
Like khoo said, put your self a little groove in the middle of the pin so that the pin can't come loose. It doesn't take much, just a little groove for the set screw settle into.

Keep in mind though, that this is in fact thinning the pin in that area, so when you go to tighten the grub screw down(with loctite applied), be sure not to over tighten it, or you may bend the pin.
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Marcos that is a tight fit. I think brushless at this time is pretty tight in most cars. Car looks good. Your lucky you get to run yours today. I have to wait til Wed to run mine. It is just killing me having to wait but tonight I will get everything packed up in my car and will be ready. It is going to be a great day.
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so it did well on the rug ....I guess i will buy 1 for iic and see how it works BTW when's the reedy race
Bottoms....Its been great on the rug so far right out off the box spool and all.
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Huruhara,
When you gonna take your car?
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Ah man. We lost you already? No more Type R! Just messing with ya. That Schuie is one good looking car and it looks very promising. I've always been a Schuie fan, but struggled some with the Mi2 when it first came out. Put her in the show at the 2004 Birds and then sniffed up the C mains club racing Lack of set up knowledge I guess

I am interested in hearing your thoughts for on track performance between the two.

Good Luck Marcos. Both cars are awesome.
I keept one Type R ,I still like how it handles
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Marcos that is a tight fit. I think brushless at this time is pretty tight in most cars. Car looks good. Your lucky you get to run yours today. I have to wait til Wed to run mine. It is just killing me having to wait but tonight I will get everything packed up in my car and will be ready. It is going to be a great day.
yes its a tight squeeze
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