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Old 12-21-2012, 02:59 PM   #946
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Here are some pics of my modded top plate. I made 2 versions. One that is the same strength and flex (approx) as the standard plate, and one that is alot stiffer. They are both 1mm thicker than the standard plate, because I wanted to achieve the same effekt as those who use spacers in the
Tell me what you think guys, maybe I should switch back to the symetrical layout or?
Mounted on the car, no more belt slop!

I hope you alle have a Merry Christmas
Excellent work...is that what you do for a living?
Just wondering how you made those parts
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Excellent work...is that what you do for a living?
Just wondering how you made those parts
Yes eunique

I work as a toolmaker (making moulds), so I have access to all the machinery and technologi a guy could dream of
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Old 12-21-2012, 10:35 PM   #948
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Yes eunique

I work as a toolmaker (making moulds), so I have access to all the machinery and technologi a guy could dream of
that is so amazing! good job! it's cool to have this hobby and be able to make your own parts
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that is so amazing! good job! it's cool to have this hobby and be able to make your own parts
Yeah, it's pretty amazing knowing that you can make what ever you want really

I just finished making a couple of carbon towers for my friends HPI Vorza. He had made the carbon plate himself, it wasnt perfect, but it looked okay. I then took some measurements and made a cnc program, threw it in the milling machine, and 2 mins later, job done

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OMFG These new adds are Annoying !!!

But back to RC. Is there a way to make front and rear ratio 1:1 ?
Basically eliminating OverDrive ? I cant seem to find the part to do so.
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Old 12-23-2012, 10:39 AM   #951
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OMFG These new adds are Annoying !!!

But back to RC. Is there a way to make front and rear ratio 1:1 ?
Basically eliminating OverDrive ? I cant seem to find the part to do so.
Why would you want to do that?
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Old 12-23-2012, 11:37 AM   #952
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Finally got my other parts in...just another package that will hopefully arrive soon.
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Finally got my other parts in...just another package that will hopefully arrive soon.
What a view :P I can't wait until I can order the last stuff for my chassis to.
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Finally got my other parts in...just another package that will hopefully arrive soon.
well at least you got it before christmas
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OMFG These new adds are Annoying !!!

But back to RC. Is there a way to make front and rear ratio 1:1 ?
Basically eliminating OverDrive ? I cant seem to find the part to do so.
another 13T pulley and the original front pulley that is if you got a FOW
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Old 12-23-2012, 05:30 PM   #956
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A friend of mine modded his Sakura for rwd drift.

Check out his car: http://one10drift.com/forums/viewtop...p=19452#p19452

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=Rhe3kWtvZ0o
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Nice!!!
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Old 12-25-2012, 09:29 AM   #958
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Rest of my parts arrived...now I have the full set to complete my fully hopped up Sakura D3 Cs Sport!!!
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I finally got my one way diff for my D3.

I have a question. Do I take the pink aluminum spacers off the solid axle and put them on the one way? I have them on now and they keep sliding off. With the solid axle, they clicked on, but they dont do that with the one way. Or do I jsut use the parts they gave me with the one way diff?
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I finally got my one way diff for my D3.

I have a question. Do I take the pink aluminum spacers off the solid axle and put them on the one way? I have them on now and they keep sliding off. With the solid axle, they clicked on, but they dont do that with the one way. Or do I jsut use the parts they gave me with the one way diff?
The pink sleeve that goes over the solid axle cups? You don't need them for the one way, only use them on solid axles.
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