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Old 04-14-2013, 04:05 PM   #1666
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Here's After I get the decals on with some finishing touches on my new body




I need some wider offset wheels now
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here is a 370Z at RC-ART
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Old 04-14-2013, 08:48 PM   #1668
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here is a 370Z at
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Pickled, are you using both 12mm offset wheels front and rear on your D3 now? I'm just trying to figure out if that's the correct offset i need for this 200mm E30 M3 body. My old S15 was pretty narrow.
And I'm not sure how rc wheels manufacturers measure the offsets
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Nice...

Pickled, are you using both 12mm offset wheels front and rear on your D3 now? I'm just trying to figure out if that's the correct offset i need for this 200mm E30 M3 body. My old S15 was pretty narrow.
And I'm not sure how rc wheels manufacturers measure the offsets
My front end geometry is about 2mm different to yours so I run 12 offset rear and 10 offset front
the offset is measured from the centre of the rim I think? by the look of your rear end running the 5mm offset D3 rims I think 8-10 offsets would work on the rear but not sure what the front would be

I got some parts for my XXX heres a pic of what it looks like now
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Thx bro. I'll have to look into some new shoes!

OMG! Your XXX looks awesome! How is it to drive?
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Thx bro. I'll have to look into some new shoes!

OMG! Your XXX looks awesome! How is it to drive?
I only got a quick test in the driveway and it seems awesome
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here is a 370Z at RC-ART
That's supposed to be a 370z? Looks more like a Toyobaru.
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Old 04-15-2013, 08:30 AM   #1673
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That's supposed to be a 370z? Looks more like a Toyobaru.
lol I take it you don't like gt86's then
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lol I take it you don't like gt86's then
No, actually I really like the GT86s. Just saying that "370z" doesn't look like a 370z, IMO. The Yokomo GT86 may be my next drift body.
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Can anyone tell me a good websit to get parts for the
Sakura d3 please I have trying to look and I can't find one
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Can anyone tell me a good websit to get parts for the
Sakura d3 please I have trying to look and I can't find one
try rcmart.com
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Can anyone tell me a good websit to get parts for the
Sakura d3 please I have trying to look and I can't find one
3 Racings own webstore.
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I have tried 3racing it will not let buy anything
I live in the uk any websit for the uk
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I have tried 3racing it will not let buy anything
I live in the uk any websit for the uk
why would you want to buy from a uk store everything costs 3 times more? try rcMart if you get EMS shipping it will arrive in no time. make sure you have a paypal account.
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Because I buy my sakura from USA and they gave me
Tax on it by hundred pound on top of what I paid
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