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Old 01-28-2013, 11:37 PM   #886
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Thanks for that Roy. Will have to rebuild the diff tonite.
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Thanks roy.

Finally raced the f1 with other 3-4 pans cars. What a blast it was to drive and what a difference paragon fx2 makes. Went from babying it to half throttle in turns and full at exit...cant wait for more driving

This was with the very same hard pits tires that im having issues at another track
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Thanks roy.

Finally raced the f1 with other 3-4 pans cars. What a blast it was to drive and what a difference paragon fx2 makes. Went from babying it to half throttle in turns and full at exit...cant wait for more driving

This was with the very same hard pits tires that im having issues at another track
Do you use the paragon FXII on rubber tires?
And is it the basic and then use another tire additive on top of it or is this the only tire additive you need?
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Old 01-29-2013, 12:15 PM   #890
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Do you use the paragon FXII on rubber tires?
And is it the basic and then use another tire additive on top of it or is this the only tire additive you need?
Not sure as im not an expert in additives. All I kn ow is that I ran it first heat with out anything, it was 55 degrees outside and I had no steering and rear traction was hit and miss.

2nd heat comes up without paying attention so I had only put the paragon fx2 for maybe 3-4 minutes on all 4 tires before I had to wipe it off and rush to track. Then I was oversteering and had tons more grip.

3rd I added paragon and put tire warmers, I traction rolled 2 times on outdoor asphalt.this is by far the best traction ive had until my lipo dumped because I forgot to charge it after the first 2 heats
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Old 01-30-2013, 10:54 AM   #891
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Here is a picture of the new F104 Ver.II PRO titanium version
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Old 01-30-2013, 11:56 AM   #892
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Here is a picture of the new F104 Ver.II PRO titanium version
Ahhh f1 porn . So basically same crap just allow mount and baby crap color. Is body already painted?
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Same crap + aluminum motor mount and rear carbon piece.

Shoulda included trf damper instead. And 1031/1032 tires instead of the body set.(if the body set is included)

It is still a better buy than f104v2. I will pass on this one and wait for ....
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The body is included and it's a lightweight version.
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Same crap + aluminum motor mount and rear carbon piece.

Shoulda included trf damper instead. And 1031/1032 tires instead of the body set.(if the body set is included)

It is still a better buy than f104v2. I will pass on this one and wait for ....
I agree. I too was considering getting another for giggles but I think ill spend it on the new kyosho sct soon.

Hey is the trf bigger shock or same specs? Do all the springs fit it or I need specific ones?
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I agree. I too was considering getting another for giggles but I think ill spend it on the new kyosho sct soon.

Hey is the trf bigger shock or same specs? Do all the springs fit it or I need specific ones?
Same as TRF touring car damper. Regular tamiya springs fit.
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Here is a picture of the new F104 Ver.II PRO titanium version]
Who am I kidding, I'll own one the moment they come out.
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How do you install the 53136 One Piece Ball Thrust Bearing?

Does it replace the diff spacer?

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It replaces the ballbearing.

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Does it replace the diff spacer?

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It replaces the ballbearing.

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Thanks Roy
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