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Old 09-02-2005, 09:33 AM   #10861
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It's a prototype drive train that's still being tested. No word yet if it will be available for the Mi2 as far as I know. There's some pics on Orion's website of it in their coverage of the Euros.
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Old 09-02-2005, 09:58 AM   #10862
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Hi guys, i need some advices:

1) If i buy the TR2564T (universal) , are them come in pairs or the set of four??
2) Are u guys have the same problem that i have with front spool? i broke usually my front cvd's!!
3) Which is the best chassis for asphalt?? and for the carpet?? should i need a different top deck??

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Old 09-02-2005, 11:43 AM   #10863
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1)all driveshafts come in pairs. You only need to change the fronts, rears barely ever break. I can't remember when I last broke a rear driveshaft, or if I ever have... hasn't happened in years, that's for sure.
2)yes, it's normal to break plastic shafts with spool or 1way. With metal shafts you'll just break the blade, so check them after every run and replace when they look suspicious. If the blades give up, the outdrives are chewed up before you can say "oops". Outdrives/spool=$$$.
3)If you have to ask, you probably can't feel the difference anyway. Stick to the stock chassis and change when you're chasing the last 10th of a second per lap. It's not such a big deal as some ppl make it to be. I have Teemu chassis and stock, my laptimes don't care which one I'm running.
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Old 09-02-2005, 03:17 PM   #10864
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is the Teemu chassis cooler looking then the stock one?
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Old 09-02-2005, 04:21 PM   #10865
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Cooler looking? I guess that depends on what you think is cool looking.
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Old 09-03-2005, 10:20 AM   #10866
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I was looking for a inner body for my schumacher MI2.
So i can use it for a bit waterprotection.

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Old 09-03-2005, 11:49 AM   #10867
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I was looking for a inner body for my schumacher MI2.
So i can use it for a bit waterprotection.

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yeah i have one they work a treat, stops the wet and dirt. i find it easer then puting the speedo and things in a separat tub. the part number is
U2763
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Old 09-03-2005, 08:05 PM   #10868
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Ok, so I'm liking the BMi2. I'm running it at the nats warm ups and it's working really good right now. Now I just have to bring the driving up to match the car, lol.
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do you guys know the diameter of the cs-27 premount tire ?
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Old 09-04-2005, 09:36 AM   #10870
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If I am not mistaken it is 62.5mm
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Old 09-04-2005, 12:07 PM   #10871
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yeah i have one they work a treat, stops the wet and dirt. i find it easer then puting the speedo and things in a separat tub. the part number is
U2763
Just a word of warning - while the inner body is nice to have in wet, it definitely doesn't stop all the water coming in, so you better still use balloons on anything you consider valuable in the car, especially ESC and Rx, when you have to run in the rain. I've burned my (un)fair share of speedo's, so I do speak from experience.
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yeah i agree with u ther i found it dnt stop all water, i just put a strip of duck tape over the ecs and rx then put the over/undertray on and that did the trick, as the over undertray stops quite alot of the water but NOT all
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Hey I just picked up an orion core stocker. don't know the dyno specs for it. got it used but the comms been cut. Though I try it out. Just curious what would be a good starting pinon with a 95 spur. everything else is stock. not sure if stock is 20t or 17t gear laydown gears. Any info would be great. Our track is not to big with a decent infield. not to tech. As 10th scale nitro runs on the same track also.

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What method are you guys using to measure droop?
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Hey I just picked up an orion core stocker. don't know the dyno specs for it. got it used but the comms been cut. Though I try it out. Just curious what would be a good starting pinon with a 95 spur. everything else is stock. not sure if stock is 20t or 17t gear laydown gears. Any info would be great. Our track is not to big with a decent infield. not to tech. As 10th scale nitro runs on the same track also.

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On a fairly open track I've run 31/95 with good success. This is using the 20T layshaft pulley.
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