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Old 06-24-2011, 10:06 AM   #646
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Another thing,

I really would appreciate the ride high speed gear set for some long straights on our track!
Unfortunately, itīs already sold out on speed tech...

Does anybody have another shop all over the world to sale this item?
Or was it just a small amount being build?

In this case, google doesnīt really help...
go to 3racing part.com

3 racing have similar with ride but cheaper one
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Old 06-24-2011, 10:11 AM   #647
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With 55mm tires yes. With tamiya 60D tires probably traction roll
put more inner in one tire to avoiding traction roll on 60 D tires, especialy on rear ....make ur tire round ...55mm tire reduce your high speed than 60 D tire (60 mm diameter)
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Old 06-24-2011, 12:37 PM   #648
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Alfa GTA looks cool on the M06, this new chassis sure has lots of screws. Getting the Titanium set would be beneficial.
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put more inner in one tire to avoiding traction roll on 60 D tires, especialy on rear ....make ur tire round ...55mm tire reduce your high speed than 60 D tire (60 mm diameter)
With a 13.5T motor, I would go for the better handling smaller tire
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Old 07-12-2011, 09:16 AM   #650
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Hi guys,
I finished my body finally, just some small things to do.
Thought maybe youīd like it, some oldschool.
Heīs back, and fits perfectly on the M06 Chassis, finally the engine is at the right place...

BR, Matthias
Ruebiracer,
How do find the Beetle body? I am looking at getting one and wondered how you found it compared to others, like the Miata etc?

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Old 07-12-2011, 10:55 AM   #651
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could some one let me know if this chassis can take a square batterys?
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Old 07-12-2011, 11:26 AM   #652
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Ah yes,

finally my High Speed gear set from 3 Racing has arrived.
Canīt wait to check out the straights to compete with the TT01īs, at least in the Top speed.
I really can recommend the 3-Racing shop. Reliable, and quite cheap to ship to Europe...

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could some one let me know if this chassis can take a square batterys?
Yup. Square packs fit the m-06.
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Old 07-14-2011, 08:29 AM   #654
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@ monkeyracing:

Sorry Liam, didnīt saw your question yesterday!
Actually, I donīt really know other M-chassis bodies than the beetle,
as I drove since M02/04/06 always LWB with a Beetle body.
The good thng is, itīs quite durable. There a for sure better handling bodies with lower center of gravity and more downforce in the rear.
I find it handling better than ever handling with the engine in the rear compared to my old M02/M04 and much more stable straight away at high speeds.

If you plan to do serious racing, you should probably go for another body.
Nevertheless, some M-chassis experts say, wheelbase and body doesnīt get you as much difference as on a 4WD Touring car...

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Old 07-15-2011, 01:31 AM   #655
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I run in our national championship with the M06, i've tried the SWB with a Mini Clubman body and found the car very unstable. I have been running it recently in MWB with a HPI Miata or a HPI BMW 2002. I just been finding a little unstable still, thought going to a LWB will be better.

I will try it out anyway and report back

Thankyou for your information.

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I mounted the rear shock tower on the front side of the lower shock tower mount. Oddly enough reversing the way shocks mounted up as well. This should make it a lot easier to adjust the rear camber. Has any one else done this with there mo6?
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Good idea,

I try to avoid adjusting rear camber that often, as itīs a mess.
I plan to make or order a rear upper damper link from carbon fibre, which also includes the lower camber link holes. I had some camber difference after a hard race crash. Finally I found the inner camber link pin twisted in the plastic, causing the different camber left to right with identical rod lengths. For the moment I bent it carefully back and reinforced by a piece of aluminum sheet, but definetely rear shock tower is to week overall...

By the way, 3 Racing has now the M05 / 06 gear diff available, I just ordered it to replace my ball diff at the time it will break down...

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I have often making parts for my cars, Seeing how most of my racing lately has been with 1/28 scale Kyosho mini Z. I have seen Carbon fiber sheets for sale at my LHS. Is there any thing I should know before buying and cutting into one of these sheets, any perferd tools to use?
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Default Will Spec-R Touring Car Bodies fit the M0-6??

Has anyone tried to fit any of the Spec-R Touring Car bodies on the M0-6?? I haven't posted enough to forum to be able to post URL.. Sorry!!

If so, what wheelbase are these bodies?? Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

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I have often making parts for my cars, Seeing how most of my racing lately has been with 1/28 scale Kyosho mini Z. I have seen Carbon fiber sheets for sale at my LHS. Is there any thing I should know before buying and cutting into one of these sheets, any perferd tools to use?
Carbon fiber dust is a health hazard. WEAR A MASK. If possible cut/sand under running water to keep the dust down.
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