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Old 08-03-2013, 04:55 AM   #481
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Available for pre order for 260 in Europe.

http://www.teamyokomo.eu/yokomo-euro...WEEK-IN-AUGUST
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Old 08-03-2013, 10:20 AM   #482
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Same at A main. I got one on preorder.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...12-Pan-Car-Kit
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Old 08-10-2013, 07:52 AM   #483
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Default Yokomo R12C3

MobGums tyres front pink soft
MobGums tyres front pink
MobGums tyres front magenta
MobGums tyres front red
MobGums tyres front purple
MobGums tyres front black
MobGums tyres front grey

MobGums tyres rear pink soft, Yokomo rear offset
MobGums tyres rear pink, Yokomo rear offset
MobGums tyres rear magenta, Yokomo rear offset
MobGums tyres rear red, Yokomo rear offset
MobGums tyres rear yellow, Yokomo rear offset

Do all of these tyres fit for the Yokomo 12RC3?
I mean without shimming, changing hubs or other nonsense?
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MobGums tyres front pink soft
MobGums tyres front pink
MobGums tyres front magenta
MobGums tyres front red
MobGums tyres front purple
MobGums tyres front black
MobGums tyres front grey

MobGums tyres rear pink soft, Yokomo rear offset
MobGums tyres rear pink, Yokomo rear offset
MobGums tyres rear magenta, Yokomo rear offset
MobGums tyres rear red, Yokomo rear offset
MobGums tyres rear yellow, Yokomo rear offset

Do all of these tyres fit for the Yokomo 12RC3?
I mean without shimming, changing hubs or other nonsense?
yes
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Old 08-20-2013, 08:58 AM   #485
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Where can I purchase these tires here in the US?
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Old 08-20-2013, 09:35 AM   #486
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Where can I purchase these tires here in the US?
Good question...
Not sure that's an option yet ?
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that's what stopping me from buying the R12, I don't want to mess with any shims and the rears aren't readily available here in the states.
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How close to the Yokomo rear offset is the offset used in the CEFX Z4 rims? Those are now sold by Steve Dunn as Pro One R/C and if the offset is close they might be a really good option.
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can somebody do me a huge favor and measure the width of their rear pod. from the outside of the bulkheads.
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can somebody do me a huge favor and measure the width of their rear pod. from the outside of the bulkheads.
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I'm searching for a 10.5 Blinki-Setup for my R12C3.
It's a small and tight track that i'll ride.
Anyone could share/help?

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Got a couple races on my R12C3. I'm running the Associated axle. Shimming it out was no problem, but it ends up a bit wider than normal. Kit setup runs way better than my 12R5.1 ever did.

The only complaint I have with the kit so far is the steering ball joints are sloppy as heck. Are there any good alternatives out there? Was thinking of trying Xray balls/cups.
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ive got a r12c3 recently, love it, came 3rd at a championship just recently.

running the yoke axle.

my ball cups arent sloppy, only issue i have is the roll bar is inhibiting down travel some what
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Got a couple races on my R12C3. I'm running the Associated axle. Shimming it out was no problem, but it ends up a bit wider than normal. Kit setup runs way better than my 12R5.1 ever did.

The only complaint I have with the kit so far is the steering ball joints are sloppy as heck. Are there any good alternatives out there? Was thinking of trying Xray balls/cups.
I'd buyed a R12C incl. conversion Kit. Got no kit setup in the Manual,
just a blank setup sheet. Could you please share the R12C3 kit setup?
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ive got a r12c3 recently, love it, came 3rd at a championship just recently.

running the yoke axle.

my ball cups arent sloppy, only issue i have is the roll bar is inhibiting down travel some what
Same roll bar problems with mine... but just the left side.
i'll try the one piece roll bar soon.
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