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Old 09-14-2013, 01:41 PM   #91
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Can you snap a few pics of the mounting of the fan mount? Does the Side Piece Racing Fan (SEIS) work with the mount?

The black looks SO much better there than the yellow...glad to hear that worked. Tell them to mold them in something better though.
Is the SEIS one of the 30mmx 15mm fans? I use the R1 Wurks fan which is 30mmx15mm and I filed it down on two sides so that I could thread the screws into the fan mount.

I can get some shots a bit later for you.
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Here's a closer picture of the fan mount.
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Old 09-14-2013, 08:19 PM   #93
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Thanks...looks good. The seis fan is 25x25x15mm so I'm not sure the mount will work the same. Shoe goo will be fine.

Just finished the build (will post pics tomorrow). Total weight is 505g. That's stock + carbon bumper brace and 3 Racing titanium screws throughout.

The build process was a breeze and the shocks went together SO NICE! I really hate building shocks and these were really simple to build and they are very smooth.
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www.cambergain.com for exclusive news about the USA VBC Racing team!
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who in the states has one of these in stock?
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Old 09-15-2013, 09:55 AM   #96
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Some of the details on this car looks awesome....
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Rumor is it's the best looking, most detailed car on the market.
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Bodies from my old T3'12 fit perfectly....not that either of them have much life left in them but the body holes are the same.
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Congrats Max and Dave!!
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Rumor is it's the best looking, most detailed car on the market.

That is what I like so much about VBC, every detail matters down to their own branded VBC Racing screws.

I shot some photos today of the new VBC Wildfire D06 fully wired and also photographed some of the car's other details. Prior to doing so, I weighed the car fully loaded with a 7200 mAh battery and it came in at a respectable 1384 grams. Here are some photos:





















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Really tempting.....
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Building mine now. Same as the old D05 parts fit perfectly and not much fitting necessary. Sure one of the best kit out there.
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So VBC is going to be coming out with a line of pan-cars?
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So VBC is going to be coming out with a line of pan-cars?
Yes!
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Wow! What's the ETA on those?
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