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Old 08-18-2010, 07:04 PM   #121
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All I can say is that this R12 is incredible design....so much fine tune adjustment you can make...
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All I can say is that this R12 is incredible design....so much fine tune adjustment you can make...
Just have to wait for all the option parts to come out, front springs Inbound on the A arms, stabilizer bars.. It is a amazing front end, I did notice the released kit has a different front damper mount setup to the prototype photos and Natos car at the worlds.
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Just have to wait for all the option parts to come out, front springs Inbound on the A arms, stabilizer bars.. It is a amazing front end, I did notice the released kit has a different front damper mount setup to the prototype photos and Natos car at the worlds.
the released kit might be nice
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Old 08-19-2010, 03:13 AM   #124
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Well I got my R12 today and I did comparing to my RC12R5.1 and the R12 rear pod is narrow than RC12R, from the centerline of the car to the left...( not the motor side)
So I put the RC12R5 complete rear axles assy. in my R12 with the jaco tires ,Bingo..
Now I'm using all my jaco tires with the RC12R5 axles good to go...

btw I think most of the 12th scale axles all interchangeable except the new R12
Thank you, it's a good news ! What are the parts needed to make the modification ?
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Old 08-19-2010, 07:51 AM   #125
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Thank you, it's a good news ! What are the parts needed to make the modification ?
You need complete 12th scale axles assy....just any standard 12th axles will works....

PS ....can't used any R12 parts for modification....
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Old 08-19-2010, 06:07 PM   #126
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Heres my 2nd kit set up for onroad
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Old 08-19-2010, 06:19 PM   #127
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Heres my 2nd kit set up for onroad
That's sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet
Hey bro I know what you are saying ...this R12 is awesome.....
I'm selling one of my RC12R5.1 and keep other one for back up...
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That's sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet
Hey bro I know what you are saying ...this R12 is awesome.....
I'm selling one of my RC12R5.1 and keep other one for back up...
I don't know what an 12r5.1 is anymore!!
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I don't know what an 12r5.1 is anymore!!
Oh man.....pretty sad lol
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I don't know what an 12r5.1 is anymore!!
where to get larger selection of 12th foam donut?
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where to get larger selection of 12th foam donut?
http://www.windtunnelracingproducts....Path=42_21_169
http://www.teamcrc.com/crc/modules.p...category_id=64
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I ordered from here

The real Yokomo donuts

http://www.rc-race-and-drift-japan.c...ort=20a&page=4
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for mounting foam to the r12 wheels I go with the tamiya f103/f104 foam mount way. Using their double-side tape.easier to install and a lot cleaner. tamiya part# 9808234...
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for mounting foam to the r12 wheels I go with the tamiya f103/f104 foam mount way. Using their double-side tape.easier to install and a lot cleaner. tamiya part# 9808234...
I wouldn't use the tamiya double side tape...if you used the tires truer ,it will balloon the tires bad ..bad deal
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I ordered from here

The real Yokomo donuts

http://www.rc-race-and-drift-japan.c...ort=20a&page=4
What or which foam work for carpet set up?
Can you tell what shore are they?
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