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Old 09-20-2012, 04:05 PM   #166
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I see alot of different pulleys with different number of teeth, I'm guessing you can have alot of different option when choosing a cs%. I'm kinda new and drifting a Sprint 2 at 50% cs right now and 2.14 cs seem very high. It would be cool if 3 racing ( or someone here ) would put out a chart with differenty pulleys telling people how to quicking figure out there cs.
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Old 09-20-2012, 04:16 PM   #167
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Thanks - I seriously don't remember how I learned anything before forums
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Old 09-20-2012, 04:18 PM   #168
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Or if you have an iphone get the CS calculator app and have it with you at all times.. Very hand.
As for shipping, I just ordered mine tuesday night and this morning when I checked tracking it was in cali so I'm sure it even closer to me now. I'm thinking it will be here tomorrow or saturday, then its build on..
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Old 09-20-2012, 04:29 PM   #169
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Yeah the pinion & spur contribute to fdr not the cs was just mentioning I was using 22T. how strong are those plastic pulleys the kit comes with? How much longer till the optional parts are released?? I want those alloy parts lol!
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22T with what motor/system? Is the recommended pinion a 18T? For me I'm not sure if I will just steal my system from my cyclone or hold off and buy a new one just for the D3. If I do I will be looking into a ezrun 9T but want the true 540 can style not the 9T in a finned can thats actually a 380.. Also need to figure out a new body for this new chassis, think it needs to be ran and start life off right, looking good..
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Old 09-20-2012, 06:26 PM   #171
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I've got a 5.5T Brushless Yeah Racing 6000Kv Motor Yeah Racing Falsonic Brushless ESC(V2), Ive purchased a Tamiya Nismo R34 GTR Z-tune body no holes gonna paint it iridescent purple/green with the D3 stickers and 3racing led light system gotta get some DR04 tyres for the GTR rims I've got comin!
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Old 09-21-2012, 01:15 AM   #172
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Well still not arrived looks like I'll have to wait till monday, Stupid AusPost. hopefully I'll get my body at the same time lol then I get to go on a shopping spree for paint lol. can't wait to get it put together
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Are you putting 200 or 190 width bodies on this chassis, sorry for the daft question lol
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Are you putting 200 or 190 width bodies on this chassis, sorry for the daft question lol
i have a 200mm body on mine so because i have i had to go bigger off set wheels
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What off set did you have to go with for it to match up?
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Old 09-21-2012, 01:32 PM   #176
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What off set did you have to go with for it to match up?
i wanted the crazy offset look

6mm wheel adaptor
http://os.3racing.hk/products.php?products_key=5312

9mm offset rims for the rear

6mm offset rims for the front
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So a 190 body if running stock, thanks for reply
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i wanted the crazy offset look

6mm wheel adaptor
http://os.3racing.hk/products.php?products_key=5312

9mm offset rims for the rear

6mm offset rims for the front
Post up pics once you get it all installed, I want to see it..
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yeah I want to see your handy work aswell? you could still use a 190mm body with overfenders to get the real widebody effect. Hoping AusPost will deliver today but I know thats asking a bit much?? They rarely deliver on the weekend though they did deliver my tt-01 on a saturday. I really like the ABC datsun skyline GT2000 body with the over fenders but they cost so much, cause it's from japan I think? there aren't many shells that look good. Pandora make some good shells too, love the sileighty's they manufacture! does a wider track at the rear help with drifting?
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yeah I want to see your handy work aswell? you could still use a 190mm body with overfenders to get the real widebody effect. Hoping AusPost will deliver today but I know thats asking a bit much?? They rarely deliver on the weekend though they did deliver my tt-01 on a saturday. I really like the ABC datsun skyline GT2000 body with the over fenders but they cost so much, cause it's from japan I think? there aren't many shells that look good. Pandora make some good shells too, love the sileighty's they manufacture! does a wider track at the rear help with drifting?

i picked a 200mm body because i want going to the hellaflush look with out fender flair's i just added more lights to the body and im still waiting for my custom interior to come in the mail so i can mount it and wire it up after that lil things here and there and it will be done

p.s. i ordered another one for another build and this time its going to to be a pink rx7

when i want another body iu build another chassis for it lol
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