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Old 12-14-2010, 09:56 AM   #166
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THU arrive HK $134 only !
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THU arrive HK $134 only !
134.00 it's a good price but 40.00 shipping fee to usa
I rather pay little more here than high price shipping fee

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Old 12-14-2010, 12:12 PM   #168
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134.00 it's a good price but 40.00 shipping fee to usa
kinda defeats the purpose of online... LHS are getting more competitive with the pricing these days against jacked up shipping costs.

now where to get this kit from...
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134.00 it's a good price but 40.00 shipping fee to usa
I rather pay little more here than high price shipping fee
Sorry shipping cost is by Hk post office !
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Old 12-14-2010, 03:09 PM   #170
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I have just watched a video of an M06 on test track. I dont what it was following but the 06 seemed to lose a lot of ground on corners.
I'm still going to get one.
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I have just watched a video of an M06 on test track. I dont what it was following but the 06 seemed to lose a lot of ground on corners.
I'm still going to get one.
what video?
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Old 12-14-2010, 06:42 PM   #172
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I found it on utube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4r5DwfdQ6A
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Old 12-15-2010, 03:17 PM   #174
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TA05 with a 17.5 brushless was following the box stock setup silvercan M06.
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Can anyone confirm or not whether the body post positions are the same on the M06 as they are for M05/05?
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Old 12-15-2010, 06:52 PM   #176
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Can anyone confirm or not whether the body post positions are the same on the M06 as they are for M05/05?
Considering they can run the same bodies and most of these bodies have holes in the already I would think that the posts are in the same position
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Old 12-15-2010, 10:06 PM   #177
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Dunno about a 5 but I can say the rear posts are within a few mm of being dead on with a m04, and the front posts are dead on.


Just want to share something with you guys.. I took mine to the track for the first time tonight. It drove great, but the motor (silver can) got pretty darn hot! I do think the car is heavier and with a 20t pinion it just barbecued the motor. So, I have discovered that the 3racing heat sink with fan fits PERFECTLY between the rear plates, all you have to do is remove the cross brace and that guard that covers the bottom of the motor. To keep it from sliding around the motor and touching the ground, I ran a zip tie through 2 of the screw holes in the plates that bolt to the sides of the transmission and go around the motor. Just shoved it straight through, in between the fins, and put the head of another ziptie on the other end. Works like a charm.. I would highly recommend you guys do this if you are running silvercans.



Again, sorry for the cameraphone pic. The good news is that I have decided to ask for a decent DSLR for xmas.
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I have just watched a video of an M06 on test track. I dont what it was following but the 06 seemed to lose a lot of ground on corners.
I'm still going to get one.
The MO6 was the red car in front The car following was just the chase/ camera car.
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The MO6 was the red car in front The car following was just the chase/ camera car.
In that case the M-06 looked very good indeed!
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I've ordered yesterday my M06 PRO along with all the available option parts and with the alpine body set.
I'm very curious about how it handles.
Let's hope it will arrive very quickly
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