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Old 08-19-2012, 07:41 PM   #361
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The car comes with F00 block for the front and a R30 rear. Which yields 0* arm sweep in the front and 3* rear toe. The option blocks are F05, F10, R20 and R25.

The car is 189mm wide front and 188mm in the rear.
Thanks for the quick reply.

Next question, how do you reduce the track width (at hinge pins and not hexes)? Are there optional split blocks that are narrower?

And is the green alloy parts avail yet? and from where?
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Old 08-19-2012, 07:46 PM   #362
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Just wondering about the optional suspension blocks:

does anyone know the spacing (for track width adjustment)
what comes in the kit (frt and rr)

Also, anyone tried the flex chassis yet? and is there any pics avail?
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Old 08-19-2012, 07:52 PM   #363
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Thanks for the quick reply.

Next question, how do you reduce the track width (at hinge pins and not hexes)? Are there optional split blocks that are narrower?

And is the green alloy parts avail yet? and from where?
I'm sure there will be option blocks for that at some point in the future but as of now I don't believe they have anything for that.
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Old 08-19-2012, 07:54 PM   #364
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Thanks for the quick reply.

Next question, how do you reduce the track width (at hinge pins and not hexes)? Are there optional split blocks that are narrower?

And is the green alloy parts avail yet? and from where?
There are not optional split blocks yet, however, any of the tamiya blocks bolt up, Im not sure about the split ones but the solid ones do and it looks like the split blocks would work. (Edit: the split blocks bolt up as well!)

The green parts are not available yet, but should be soon.
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Thanks for the quick reply.

Next question, how do you reduce the track width (at hinge pins and not hexes)? Are there optional split blocks that are narrower?

And is the green alloy parts avail yet? and from where?
Only using hexes.
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Old 08-19-2012, 08:37 PM   #366
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Thanks for all the replies. Much appreciated. I will check out the FB page when I get home from work (stupid workplace blocks!)
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Has anyone played around to see how small of spur will fit? Ran a 96/51 on my TC6 last year. Would like to avoid sanding on the top deck if at all possible. Maybe a 92/47?
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Has anyone played around to see how small of spur will fit? Ran a 96/51 on my TC6 last year. Would like to avoid sanding on the top deck if at all possible. Maybe a 92/47?
I ran a 92 spur and the smallest pinion I could fit was a 44 and still have proper mesh.

92/47 should fit.
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i ran 68/37 48p yesterday works out around 90/49 in 64p. minor bit of sanding needed on the top deck just to widen it that little bit for the pinion. If you have the hudy narrow pinions, i think it will fit without any modifications.
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i worked out min and max teeth for 48p
min 103 and max 116

64p (if my calcs are correct)
min 138 and max 154

so 92/47 = 139 teeth so it should fit
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Awesome. Thanks guys.
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Ron Goetter, thanks for the offer but unless you have a new set of hands and a can of driving skillz I don't think you can help See you guys Sat....
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The green parts are in stock at Team CRC as are the double joint CVD kits. They might not be on the website yet, so give us a call. We have them.
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The green parts are in stock at Team CRC as are the double joint CVD kits. They might not be on the website yet, so give us a call. We have them.
Damn and I just sent in my order last night. Next order I will get a few green pieces I want.
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Does the kit come in a "Green" edition??
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