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Old 07-31-2014, 10:31 AM   #1066
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Just email them with your inquiry. If they don't have it, they can get it. Some of my items were not in stock but they were able to get it in a few days.
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I am considering to purchase tire truer, and note that the holes in RM-01 front and rear wheels are different to standard 1/12th scale wheels.


Is there any recommendation of wheel adapter suitable for truing RM-01 foam tires ?


I have browsed and found 2 options:
a. Hudy 102375 - Hudy Wheel Adapter 1/12 & 1/10 Pan Cars
b. 3Racing (#HKU-2112) 1/12 Scale Aluminium Adapter


TIA
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I am considering to purchase tire truer, and note that the holes in RM-01 front and rear wheels are different to standard 1/12th scale wheels.


Is there any recommendation of wheel adapter suitable for truing RM-01 foam tires ?


I have browsed and found 2 options:
a. Hudy 102375 - Hudy Wheel Adapter 1/12 & 1/10 Pan Cars
b. 3Racing (#HKU-2112) 1/12 Scale Aluminium Adapter


TIA
If you want to true Tamiya wheels, you will need this

http://www.pro-s-futaba.co.jp/store/...2006RM&x=0&y=0
You can of course use standard 1/12 wheels on your RM-01, as has been discussed many times on this thread
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Old 08-09-2014, 02:48 AM   #1070
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Thanks RBFF. You are very helpful
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Old 08-09-2014, 07:33 PM   #1071
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You can of course use standard 1/12 wheels on your RM-01, as has been discussed many times on this thread
True but for me there is just something about using the Tamiya wheels that just "looks" right
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Old 08-09-2014, 08:59 PM   #1072
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True but for me there is just something about using the Tamiya wheels that just "looks" right
So true
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Old 08-20-2014, 12:02 PM   #1073
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Old 08-20-2014, 12:14 PM   #1074
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A few suggestions

16g wire to the motor
Do not bind motor wires up
That front brace should not be necessary with the RM-01X, the Carbon arms are plenty stiff

Free Pod moment is of the utmost importance, for any pan car, heavy bound up wires will kill the handling

Make sure pod, and links pivot free and smooth, much the same as a Sedan shock end
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Old 08-20-2014, 12:20 PM   #1075
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A few suggestions

16g wire to the motor
Do not bind motor wires up
That front brace should not be necessary with the RM-01X, the Carbon arms are plenty stiff

Free Pod moment is of the utmost importance, for any pan car, heavy bound up wires will kill the handling

Make sure pod, and links pivot free and smooth, much the same as a Sedan shock end
Thanks Dave, I am putting one together too. Good to know that Hoping to run it tomorrow at tamiya and may be adding it as a 3rd class if Fred permits
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Old 08-20-2014, 12:21 PM   #1076
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Sorry, forgot to add detailed specs


ESC = Hobbywing Justock (45A - Burst 260A)


Motor = Hobbywing Xerun 21.5T - 2S (1,600 Kv)


Servo = Futaba S9570SV S.Bus2 HV (7.4V)
Dimension [1.61 x 0.79 x 0.98]


Receiver = Futaba R204GF-E (S-FHSS)
Dimension [1.37 x 0.9 x 0.33]


Battery = Team Orion Carbon Pro 3400 Mah - 100C (2S - 7.4V)


Spur = 90T - Tamiya #50978 | 04 Module for TB Evo


Pinion = 30T - TRF #42229 | 04 Module Hard Coated Aluminum


Tires = Standard Tamiya (Rear : 51mm)



Added with Tamiya #53943 3x46mm Turnbuckle for DF-03, and Team Associated RC12R5 Foam Bumper.


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Thanks Dave, I am putting one together too. Good to know that Hoping to run it tomorrow at tamiya and may be adding it as a 3rd class if Fred permits
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A few suggestions

16g wire to the motor
Do not bind motor wires up
That front brace should not be necessary with the RM-01X, the Carbon arms are plenty stiff

Free Pod moment is of the utmost importance, for any pan car, heavy bound up wires will kill the handling

Make sure pod, and links pivot free and smooth, much the same as a Sedan shock end


Dear RBFF,

TBH, I am having difficulty to buy 16G wires, thus my option is the standard wires came from Hobbywing.

I will cut the cable ties...

I use the DF03 turnbuckle to reinforce the front arms.... I think I need it because I'm gonna bashing it in (high grip) outdoor asphalt circuit

Thank you so much for sharing advice


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2S battery ? I'm surprised as mine don't fit, too thick.
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