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Old 06-04-2006, 06:39 PM   #4216
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http://www.tamiyausa.com/articles/fe...e-id=182#rules Starting with rule #9.

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Old 06-04-2006, 06:48 PM   #4217
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Old 06-04-2006, 06:49 PM   #4218
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Old 06-04-2006, 06:51 PM   #4219
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Old 06-04-2006, 07:55 PM   #4221
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Has anyone used the blades on the spool? I know it would require some modification, but imo it would save some wear and tear on cvds and the spool itself.

Had my second weekend on my car yesterday. Picked up a lap from last time, got in the 13.1 lap range. Pretty happy so far. I have been doing alot of changes on the car trying to learn how it changes the feel. Made wholesale changes for the main and the car felt overall better but I had a tire come off the inner side of the rim on the right rear. So that killed it on two of the high speed corners. Its was either slam the brakes and creep around the corner or go in there like normal and hope no was one close behind when the car snapped around lol.
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Old 06-04-2006, 08:32 PM   #4222
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im not sure of the blade size on the newer kits.i am looking to release a spool in the next few weeks that will have lightened hardened steel outdrives that are removable.it has been holding up very well so far.no signs of wear.they work with the standard or steel outdrives.
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Now I know here stateside... "to my knowledge"... The new Hara/Surikarn/Black dogbones are not available yet. But has anyone tried the Pro3/4 MIP axles with TC4 dogbones? I'm not sure if the dogbones would be too long or not. I may have to try this out until someone gets a stash of "new" bones for sale stateside.
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I bent a surikarn front bone and use a pro4 axle with a blue tc3 bone and it worked just fine.
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Old 06-04-2006, 10:49 PM   #4225
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Now I know here stateside... "to my knowledge"... The new Hara/Surikarn/Black dogbones are not available yet. But has anyone tried the Pro3/4 MIP axles with TC4 dogbones? I'm not sure if the dogbones would be too long or not. I may have to try this out until someone gets a stash of "new" bones for sale stateside.
pro4/tc4 bones are too long...

you can use the Tamiya 42mm steel cv bones work fine... I use them in the front..and front purple ones are now my spares.
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pro4/tc4 bones are too long...

you can use the Tamiya 42mm steel cv bones work fine... I use them in the front..and front purple ones are now my spares.
Aren't the pins on the bone too thin for the outdrives? This "slop" would cause excessive wear. I'm mainly talking about the spools. I know on the oneways you can change the outdrives from TC3/4 to BD to SD to 415MS to EvoIV to Corally to Pro4, etc.
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There are some new black bones and steel bones in along with new black outdrives for the front one way diff, I'll get the part numbers up tomorrow.
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Old 06-05-2006, 12:44 AM   #4228
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Isn't there a list of approved bodies, if so are the new Moorespeed bodies on the approved list?

From the Reedy Race page on Tamiya's web site

"9. Invitational Class Body Rules: For 2006 IFMAR sedan bodies are the only bodies legal for the Invitational class. Legal bodies must be on the IFMAR approved list found here http://www.ifmar.org/
10. Minimum roof height 115 mm all classes.
11. Maximum car width without body 190MM all classes.
12. Maximum car width with body 195MM all classes.
13. Wing maximum height 115mm all classes."

Go to this link

http://www.ifmar.org/pdf/Ifmar_BodiesAdd_onList2006.pdf

Granted while that may not be a complete list of approved bodies it is at the very least a list of bodies submitted/approved for the 2006 season.

That should help clear everything up.
thank you! this is what I was talking about. IFMAR rules. From what I saw at the Reedy, it was all stratus and mazda's, all protoforms...are those all yours Dale??? What's the new body Dale? I think we'd all like to see a new "hot body." Any "skunk work" projects brewing?
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Am i right in thinking that the moorespeed shells arn't BRCA legal until 1st july in the UK?
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Yer defo we dont have a major problem over here wid heat issuses as the sun never seems to make and apperance in the UK,i just wonderd if it would make the car and stiffer?

Wat a wonderful weekend we had in south of england yesterday.

track temp of 44 degrees celsius at aldershot yesterday....the mid alloy heat sink did help....and looks the daddy too.

my problem was so much grip that i was overheating tyres damn preguled rubbish
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