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Old 09-28-2004, 11:05 AM   #7366
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Here is a pic of my car with the Teemu Chassis on it. I think the car is actually more stable with the Teemu chassis, even though it is supposed to make it more aggressive. I think it is because it is a little stiffer and the weight is more centered.

mb racer, I think aluminum bones would bend too easy, especially with a spool or 1way.

Randy, you need to get the Schumacher packaged CVD's so they come with the bones that accept the blades. You can also buy the steel bones seperately from Schumacher.

Adrian, are those parts in now or later this week? I need to put an order in for a couple things that got torn up on the R12 this weekend. A body clip wedged itself in and around my belts and rear pully this weekend during one of the qualifyiers. The car stopped really quickley!
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Old 09-28-2004, 11:08 AM   #7367
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Geeze ...the thread should be renamed to "Mo Corner"
You miss your Mi2, don't you?
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Old 09-28-2004, 11:14 AM   #7368
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Adrian, I have been running the HPI black bar on the rear of my car, is thier an equivelant to that bar in the new set ?

Jon, I had an insert pop out on older Ti bone, the new ones seem to hold up better.

Adrain, is there a part number for just the Ti bone ?
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Old 09-28-2004, 11:16 AM   #7369
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I like the fixed batteries in the Teemu chassis. Is it any thicker than stock?
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Old 09-28-2004, 11:20 AM   #7370
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Yes, it its 2.5mm and the stock chassis is 2mm.
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Mo - Everything I posted is in stock now.

The U2728 Sway Bars are Silver - 1.2mm or .047" and Black - 1.5mm or .059". You also get 4 alloy bar end ball studs 4 links and 8 sway bar mounts.

U2727 is the Stock Yellow bar - 1.7mm or .067"
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Old 09-28-2004, 11:44 AM   #7372
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Yes, it its 2.5mm and the stock chassis is 2mm.
I'll definately like it then, I've always tried to run the stiffest chassis avalible.
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Old 09-28-2004, 12:34 PM   #7373
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Nice car mo

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Old 09-28-2004, 01:05 PM   #7374
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Thanks Chazz, it's even better now that I've got my Keyence Rapida in it.
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Anyone interested in my NIP stock shocks and chassis, UPS just dropped off the car.
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Old 09-28-2004, 01:29 PM   #7376
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I saw everyone using an other bumper and that was an pdub racing one. When i buy one do i need any other parts to install it?

I was also looking for other parts to improve my MI2.
I am waiting for the new shocks and i have now:

Alloy front/rear hubs
alloy castor
rear alloy pivot block
alloy 20t pulley
front/rear steel driveshafts
one way

I am also looking for titanium driveshafts but i want just the axles is that possible?


At the last race i saw that my car weights 1575 so i thought wow that's a lot. Can you give me some tips to lose weight?


Thanks for all of your help.


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Arjen, the Pdub bumper is a direct fit, no other parts needed.
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You may want to hold off on the teemu chassis because BMI is working on a chassis, topdeck and shock towers for the Mi2.
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You may want to hold off on the teemu chassis because BMI is working on a chassis, topdeck and shock towers for the Mi2.
If it turns out they are better, I'll just get em as well.. I like factory equipment though, it always fits best.
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I chatted with Jason on his ideas for the Mi2 chassis, and just like his other products, I am sure they will be stout. It is nice to see aftermarket companies jumping on the Schumacher Train
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