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Old 09-13-2011, 02:22 PM   #61
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Rear tyre - diameter 60mm ,width 43mm, wheel diameter 38mm

Front tyre - diameter 60mm , width 29m , wheel diameter 38mm

14mm hex

2 cell lipo and Team Powers 21.5 motor
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21.5 much the same as G2 on LiPo I believe

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I know that too, he's posted the pictures
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Old 09-16-2011, 08:34 AM   #62
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Great ideal you had and glad you shared it,this has made a big improvement to the F-ONE handling

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Old 09-17-2011, 08:55 AM   #63
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Another option part from WRC F-ONE camber adjustment

http://www.wrc-racing.eu/ricambi/ico/f-one091.jpg
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So what parts have you guys that run these broken yet? Or replaced because of wear?
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Old 09-18-2011, 02:39 AM   #65
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Another option part from WRC F-ONE camber adjustment

http://www.wrc-racing.eu/ricambi/ico/f-one091.jpg
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post a picture of them in use if you have them as the small library picture doesn't help much
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Old 09-18-2011, 11:06 AM   #66
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So what parts have you guys that run these broken yet? Or replaced because of wear?
No parts have worn out,
which is great new's and the only part that broke was the front wing, and that was caused by a T/C stopping on the straight and not giving a warning
The foam tyres have now completed in-excess of 360 laps at various tracks without being damaged
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if you ran F104 tyres on this car would it bring it within the 180mm width?

I'm looking for a 180mm width car to race in the BRCA GP1 next year, my Tamiya F103 is ok for GP2..
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No parts have worn out,
which is great new's and the only part that broke was the front wing, and that was caused by a T/C stopping on the straight and not giving a warning
The foam tyres have now completed in-excess of 360 laps at various tracks without being damaged
The only real draw back is the wings to me,Have you ran it with a normal wing up front? Something that deosn`t attach to the front arms.
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The only real draw back is the wings to me,Have you ran it with a normal wing up front? Something that deosn`t attach to the front arms.
I have only run the F-ONE with the kit wing, in my opinion no other after market wing would fit on to the top deck.
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if you ran F104 tyres on this car would it bring it within the 180mm width

I'm looking for a 180mm width car to race in the BRCA GP1 next year, my Tamiya F103 is ok for GP2..
Have no ideal , never owned a F-104 ,what i can tell you is the F-ONE is 190mm wide . why not try a F-ONE to RACE
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post a picture of them in use if you have them as the small library picture doesn't help much
Any pictures Nick?

How much camber change do they give?

Without them are the front foams coning?

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Old 10-12-2011, 12:10 AM   #72
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Have received from WRC the camber link parts there are 4 items
the range off adjustment is 0 to 3 degrees, and have fitted the 2 degrees to my F1, I find this prevents coning on the front tyre.

Also it will help support the top deck
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Old 10-12-2011, 12:15 AM   #73
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Default F-ONE

In Radio Race Car there is a feature spread on the WRC F-ONE, 7 pages long
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Hello I am interested in this car but dont know the type/size tires it uses. Are they F103 size or F104? Or you can use booth tires without too much modifications?

I have seen one WRC One running Las Vegas IIC F1 using F104/RIDE rubber tires

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Hello I am interested in this car but dont know the type/size tires it uses. Are they F103 size or F104? Or you can use booth tires without too much modifications?

I have seen one WRC One running Las Vegas IIC F1 using F104/RIDE rubber tires

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The F-103/F109 will fit onto the axles, don't know about the F104 ( never owned one)

The front axle is 5mm diameter and the rear is the standard 14mm hex found on most F1s
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