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Old 08-30-2012, 05:25 PM   #346
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I see you still got the mad wiring skills TJ! See you next month!

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Old 08-30-2012, 05:27 PM   #347
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TJ when you have a minute can you post 13.5 ROAR NATS WINNING SET-UP
I'll have it posted soon.
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Old 09-11-2012, 08:39 AM   #348
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Congratulations TJ Bradley!!!
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Old 09-14-2012, 04:00 AM   #349
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Need 48DP 66T/74T/75T.

Don't want to buy in the US nor in the Far East.
Prefarably in Western Europe.

Don't want to pay with PayPal.

Any suggestions?!
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Old 09-17-2012, 10:22 PM   #350
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I'll have it posted soon.
get on it TJ!!!!!
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Old 09-19-2012, 02:04 AM   #351
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Check Corally.com

Japan nationals 2012

It would be good to see more women driving, make getting a pass out to go to the track easier.

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Old 09-20-2012, 03:00 PM   #352
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#79655 Weight?
#79157 Weight?

What material are the M2 and M3 bolts on this car made of? (I mean as they come in the kit).

Do you use the Shock Diaphragm Foam with this car? (I mean in my TC5 and TC6 I never used it, and so did lots of Asso racers).

Anything to say on drilling the shockcaps with a 1mm drill? (did so on some of the cars I owned. Felt damping characteristics were better. Smoother at the beginning of the shock action).

Two hole shock piston is adequate? (I mean I am used to three hole with Asso cars).

Used the molded servo posts on my RDX Phi. Not to my liking. I thought there were a bit "flexy" and the thread became a bit damages in the long run.
Anyone any experience with the alu ones? (partnumber 70395A).

Well, now let us all wait for the much anticipated HMX M1.................;-)
Hopefully Constant comes up with a smashing car!

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Old 09-21-2012, 06:30 AM   #353
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#79655 Weight?
#79157 Weight?

What material are the M2 and M3 bolts on this car made of? (I mean as they come in the kit).The kit screws are a steel torx screw. The kit comes with a torx wrench that is used for all of the screws.

Do you use the Shock Diaphragm Foam with this car? (I mean in my TC5 and TC6 I never used it, and so did lots of Asso racers).We are not using the foam behind the shock bladder.

Anything to say on drilling the shockcaps with a 1mm drill? (did so on some of the cars I owned. Felt damping characteristics were better. Smoother at the beginning of the shock action).We are drilling a 1mm hole in the shock cap.

Two hole shock piston is adequate? (I mean I am used to three hole with Asso cars).We have been using the Tamiya 3 hole piston.

Used the molded servo posts on my RDX Phi. Not to my liking. I thought there were a bit "flexy" and the thread became a bit damages in the long run.
Anyone any experience with the alu ones? (partnumber 70395A).I always use the aluminum servo posts. I too think the plastic posts are a bit "flexy".

Well, now let us all wait for the much anticipated HMX M1.................;-)
Hopefully Constant comes up with a smashing car!
The HMX M1 is ready! We are just waiting on the brand new and revolutionary designed gear diffs.
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Old 09-21-2012, 07:17 AM   #354
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Brad whats the hold up with the diff?
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The HMX M1 is ready! We are just waiting on the brand new and revolutionary designed gear diffs.
@BJohnson:

Thanks for the quick response.

Part number for the three hole Tamiya shock piston? (they fit without any alteration/modification?)
http://www.ebay.com.au/sch/i.html?_t...53573&_sacat=0
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http://rcmarket.com.hk/advanced_sear...=53573&x=6&y=7

Is the Delrin optional spool lighter than the one that is in the kit?
If so, how much?

Any use for titanium screws that are optional, for weight reduction or so? (Yes, I know the car is very light already as it is.. ;-)

After long consideration I decided to get me the HMX M1. Corally says it would be available in October. Up until a week and a half ago it said September on their website. Let's see what it really will be........

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Old 09-21-2012, 11:53 AM   #356
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The new gear diff is almost ready, we want to get it right before it is released and becomes a part of the second generation HMX. The diff will be unlike any other, very unique, efficient and literally industructable. So everyone, please be patient it will be worth the wait in the end.

The 3 hole piston will fit with no modification.

The delrin spool is a bit lighter.

Opt for the ti screws, they provide other benefits other than lowering the weight of the car.

Well done TJ, I'm sure you've made Rob a happy man.
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Anything on the hmx m1 yet?
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Also i notice in alot of the pics guys are switching back to the carbon fiber shock towers.....the cool thing about this car is the way the shocks are mounted on the top with one ball stud.....but seeing that everyone switches back to the carbon fiber shock tower leads me to beleive that the original design does not work.....can someone clarify this for me?
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Ray darroch ran the aluminum ones on his car at vegas with great success. The problem behind the original red ones was we couldn't get the shocks leaned in far enough. The M1 kit fixes that issue with revised shock towers that are more narrow and lower.
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Ray darroch ran the aluminum ones on his car at vegas with great success. The problem behind the original red ones was we couldn't get the shocks leaned in far enough. The M1 kit fixes that issue with revised shock towers that are more narrow and lower.
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