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Old 02-07-2012, 12:06 PM   #361
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Enetti rear wheels bolt right up, and have the perfect offset.
Stormer has them in stock.

Last week, I used Enetti 35 on the rear, with Tamiya Option fronts, to take TQ, track record, and the win in 12th blinky at TQ.
Dave, would that be ENN12MR35G or ENN12AR35T?
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Enetti rear wheels bolt right up, and have the perfect offset.
Stormer has them in stock.

Last week, I used Enetti 35 on the rear, with Tamiya Option fronts, to take TQ, track record, and the win in 12th blinky at TQ.

It was good close racing, the RM is very easy to drive, it really just needs to go on a diet, and have an aluminum motor mount (coming in March) to be on-point.

pic please!!
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Old 02-07-2012, 01:27 PM   #363
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Dave, would that be ENN12MR35G or ENN12AR35T?
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pic please!!
I believe the Enetti (48.5mm) are a touch larger in Dia (more foam) than the CRC.

Either wheel is bolt on out of the box, no mounting, or truing.
There is a trade-off though. Lite weight vs: durable
The Kit Tamiya tires have the same grip as standard 30-35 tires, but they have very little wear.
For instance, the kit tires on my RM have just over 1mm of wear since new.
The Enetti lost 1mm in 3 runs Sun.


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Old 02-07-2012, 02:58 PM   #364
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So...how are you bolting the 3 bolt pattern onto the hex adapter axle?
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Old 02-07-2012, 03:40 PM   #365
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The chassis is done and electronics are installed. I did a quick "body-off" installation run to center everything and this car has a lot of potentional. Can't wait to run it in full-on-angry mode

Thanks to all of you *cough* RBF for the informative thread. Here's a picture of how the chassis turned out:



And here is a preview of the body in progress...Pink Panther



Straight from the paint booth, aka my back yard, and I still haven't taken the protective film off. For Kevin, I used about 5 coats of Pactra metalic burgandy backed with silver (I tested backing with red, black, pink, white, etc) and this is the closest match to the Wacoal livery. I also painted all of the trim so that they won't get scratched off WHEN I roll the car
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Old 02-07-2012, 04:19 PM   #366
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So...how are you bolting the 3 bolt pattern onto the hex adapter axle?
Just remove the 3 screws and hex adapter, then use the same 3 screws to bolt on standard 12th wheels.



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heres a lil preview...just waiting on decals and a track to run on!

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I can't wait to get the Porsche when it's available! Stoked!!!

Dave, I'm sure you may have covered this, but what brand spur are you running? I definately want to run 64p when I get the car. Any special tricks to get it to fit? Thanks!!!!!
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I can't wait to get the Porsche when it's available! Stoked!!!

Dave, I'm sure you may have covered this, but what brand spur are you running? I definately want to run 64p when I get the car. Any special tricks to get it to fit? Thanks!!!!!
Back a page, R-type layed it out
http://www.rctech.net/forum/10252425-post330.html

I recommend PRS, or Kimbrough gears, very high quality.
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Thanks Dave!
BTW, The car looked great at TCS! I was gonna try to make my way over to take a look at it, but I had problems with my equipment all day. (Since fired my crew chief....)
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Upon further review, standard 12th scale front wheels are not a viable option for the RM at this time.

With 8X5 flanged bearings, they will fit, however the off-set is 2mm more than the Tamiya wheels.
This results in a reduced front track width of 4mm. which is of no use.
How much room is there to shim on the front axles? Can you run a flanged inner, and flange-less outer bearing thus allowing for more shimming on the axle side?

Just some questions from an Old-Skool 12th'er.................
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Thanks Dave!
BTW, The car looked great at TCS! I was gonna try to make my way over to take a look at it, but I had problems with my equipment all day. (Since fired my crew chief....)
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How much room is there to shim on the front axles? Can you run a flanged inner, and flange-less outer bearing thus allowing for more shimming on the axle side?

Just some questions from an Old-Skool 12th'er.................
No room, that's the problem.

There may be a Hop-up option from Tamiya down the road to sort this out.
I suspect if someone really wanted to run standard front wheels, they could find a way to use a standard axle block...
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No room, that's the problem.

There may be a Hop-up option from Tamiya down the road to sort this out.
I suspect if someone really wanted to run standard front wheels, they could find a way to use a standard axle block...
AE Old-Skool front steering blocks, with Lunsford ti axles? Might be worth looking into.......
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Nice paint job rtypec. Where did you get the decals? I used those decals on my original toms when I was 18
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Nice paint job rtypec. Where did you get the decals? I used those decals on my original toms when I was 18
Thanks for the kind words. The Wacoal decal sheet is from the original kit. I received a couple of sheet from the gracious people in customer service at Tamiya America several years ago.
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