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Old 10-19-2012, 12:26 PM   #1636
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What are you looking for?

I have a big Spec R order on the way. Unfortunately, they are out of their DCJ's.

Our XRAY DCJ's will be ready early in December last I heard. They will share all parts with the TC6 V2 DCJ's except for the bones.
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Old 10-19-2012, 01:00 PM   #1637
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Spool cups/ bladders /both sets of springs/battery hold downs motor fan+heatsink .
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so do I need to wait on the V2 DCJ's?
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Old 10-19-2012, 02:25 PM   #1639
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Justin, I should have everything but the 3Racing fans/heatsinks back in stock middle of next week.

Myron, it's up to you. Performance wise they don't offer any advantage, but they are a bit easier to maintain.
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Kool... will keep tabs on the site over the next week and make my purchases found about $160 worth of stuff...
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Old 10-21-2012, 01:08 AM   #1641
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hi cristian and all

thanks i got my stuff from you in time for preparing the next race, do you got some stickers or anything else just to explain to my competitors why my car is so fast on track ....

i will be happy to have you colors in my body

will post you some picture of my car later on

thanks for the good job you do by increasing the handling of the car because for pilots like me there is nothing to do anymore

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Old 10-21-2012, 01:19 AM   #1642
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Cristian how is the servo mount going to work will we just be using the one screw on the inside of the chassie if so what is going to keep it from moving
When under a load if the screw is not tight
Was thinking of using one of your servo savers and turning the servo
And mounting the link to the screw that holds the akerman
I think this will work or at least worth a shot
i do this way using ( on the stock chassis or a tight zeppin one ) a grid servo mount the steering is really direct so bring the car very fast on corner entry so need a really good balance for keeping rear grip when applying trottle on exit

you just have to do a hole on the main chassis plate ,
i use a savox 1251 + servo saver and i had no trouble even when i use rubber tire
i will make some picture to send you
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Old 10-21-2012, 05:30 AM   #1643
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Do you know the RSD bladders can be used on the Yokomo BD7 or not?

I have been using in both TC6 and Xray T3 in the past
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Old 10-21-2012, 03:25 PM   #1644
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Post servo turning

as i explain before see the picture for servo in new position

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Thank you Chris very cool mod
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Old 10-21-2012, 06:29 PM   #1646
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I believe the bladders should work fine on the yoke shocks. They are just marginally bigger id than ae ones.

We had a club race at gulfcoast raceway this Saturday. My rsd6 was so good, that the recently acquired tamiya 417 is going up for sale. I have tested and tried to get it as fast as my RSD6, but always come up short. The rsd6 generates more traction and is much more stable, while generating more steering.

Gulf coast is a huge track. It measures 225x75ft. The straight is super long and it has some very demaning 180 degree hairpins. Track is really bumpy in one section in front of the driver's stand. With mod, it makes it very difficult to keep a planted car. Lap times are in the 17 to 18 second range. Last night i ran a 17.4 fast lap with very little track prep on the surface. My friend Binson was the only other person consistently in the 17 second range and he's also running an RSD6.

Set-up will be up this week. It's a variation of the latest set-up, but with some subtle changes. Biggest difference was that I ran a prototype tapered piston with 3x1.1 holes and 600 wt oil. These are good under bumpy conditions. They act heavier under compression and softerbin extension, helping increase road surface contact and improve traction.
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Myself and Matt Ward will be at the Halloween Classic this weekend, look our way if anyone needs anything
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Old 10-23-2012, 10:06 AM   #1648
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Our stock of AE items has started to trickle in.

We have some spares and also some of the new world's car kits in stock.

We also have some other misc items in stock like wire, servo tape, sensor wires, etc. Motors and batts along with more AE an TCXX items coming next week or two.
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Myself and Matt Ward will be at the Halloween Classic this weekend, look our way if anyone needs anything
Are you sure you want to make yourself that "open" to everyone at the gate?
Cya in a few days...
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Are you sure you want to make yourself that "open" to everyone at the gate?
Cya in a few days...
Its the gate, you had better be open to anything
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