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Old 01-11-2014, 10:18 AM   #256
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Old 01-13-2014, 01:51 AM   #257
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Old 02-08-2014, 09:20 AM   #258
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My setup from last club rd, 13.5 pro stock. Car was very easy to drive, plenty of grip and good steering.

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Hi Guys,

As I am looking to this car and see it in the shop at RCmarket, the car is blue aluminium?
The spare parts for suspention ( such as suspention mounts ) are all normal color? Can't find blue there?
Also how is that kit fit? Any nessesary options that are needed to buy?

Thanks!
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Old 02-16-2014, 06:33 AM   #260
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Hi Guys,

As I am looking to this car and see it in the shop at RCmarket, the car is blue aluminium?
The spare parts for suspention ( such as suspention mounts ) are all normal color? Can't find blue there?
Also how is that kit fit? Any nessesary options that are needed to buy?

Thanks!
Yes is blue, is hard to find blue suspension mounts as the car is still fresh. you can buy all suspension mounts in gold at the moment from first ver.
Try RC Racing pro shop, they have loads of CSO parts.
I didnt have any problem with assembling. You may only need to sand arms (they pretty stiff in mount) and gear diff (internal gears and shims). Rest was just great to build.
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Old 02-16-2014, 12:00 PM   #261
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Had another good win in our stock(21.5 turbo) class yesterday(sunday)..won first final and blew motor while leading second and then finished first in last race after TQ so was prity happy with that and car was flawless all day...ran the steel outdrives on the spool and held up fine with no split plastic blades to worry about.
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Old 03-02-2014, 02:07 AM   #262
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Hi Guys,

As I am looking to this car and see it in the shop at RCmarket, the car is blue aluminium?
The spare parts for suspention ( such as suspention mounts ) are all normal color? Can't find blue there?
Also how is that kit fit? Any nessesary options that are needed to buy?

Thanks!
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Old 03-02-2014, 03:16 AM   #263
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Hi,

I have a project and i would like to know if someone could give me the spacing 1 and 2 bettween the motor mount holes (from center to center of holes).

Also the total height of the pulley mount and the height of the single post in the front of the mount.

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I have a project and i would like to know if someone could give me the spacing 1 and 2 bettween the motor mount holes (from center to center of holes).

Also the total height of the pulley mount and the height of the single post in the front of the mount.

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I am not a expert but I try my best to let you know how to do. You may assebmle the motor and spure gear into the kit, then you may use one A4 paper insert between motor gear and spure gear, you may tighten up all the screw and pull out the paper, that is ok.
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anyone have any experience with the Steel Hardcoated Double Cardan joint Shaft? Can it take a beating and does it have a lot of slop?
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anyone have any experience with the Steel Hardcoated Double Cardan joint Shaft? Can it take a beating and does it have a lot of slop?
May I suggest you show some picture for reference?
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/CSO-Steel-ha...p2054897.l4276
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anyone have any experience with the Steel Hardcoated Double Cardan joint Shaft? Can it take a beating and does it have a lot of slop?
Yes, I had try and overall performance is ok! It was 44mm length.

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I am not a expert but I try my best to let you know how to do. You may assebmle the motor and spure gear into the kit, then you may use one A4 paper insert between motor gear and spure gear, you may tighten up all the screw and pull out the paper, that is ok.
Thanks you but you don't answer my question. I am not asking how to set the space between pinion and spur gear.

I would like to know in millimeters the space, the lenght there is between the holes of the motor mount.
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Thanks you but you don't answer my question. I am not asking how to set the space between pinion and spur gear.

I would like to know in millimeters the space, the lenght there is between the holes of the motor mount.
the length is 1cm, this data consult from Destributor. I hope I can answer.

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