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Old 11-23-2014, 02:52 PM   #556
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most of us here @ the seattle rc racers group are running the yok pink and blues.
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Old 11-23-2014, 03:15 PM   #557
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Yok blue front and rear
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Old 11-23-2014, 03:22 PM   #558
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kody has also said that the arc blue is the same as yok blue.
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Old 11-23-2014, 03:52 PM   #559
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Are the yok's shorter then the arc springs or same length??
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about the same length. i would have to look side by side to compare but its really close.
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http://www.thercracer.com/2014/11/ar...build-and.html

ARC R10 Black edition review and a few little tips. This car is great
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about the same length. i would have to look side by side to compare but its really close.
Thanks for the info.
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Old 11-24-2014, 05:38 PM   #563
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Hi everyone\, looking at possibly making the move to the r10 2015. I have been a tamiya guy for years but something is telling me to make the move to advance.Got a few questions...
Where is the best place to order the kits and spare parts?
Is the latest car with ATS good for carpet racing also?
Does the car come with front gear diff?

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Hi everyone\, looking at possibly making the move to the r10 2015. I have been a tamiya guy for years but something is telling me to make the move to advance.Got a few questions...
Where is the best place to order the kits and spare parts?
The best place is www.gridworksracing.com
Is the latest car with ATS good for carpet racing also?
i have not got my car yet either I'm sure someone will chime in.
Does the car come with front gear diff?
The 2015 ats kit comes with a spool in the front.

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Old 11-24-2014, 05:47 PM   #565
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Hope this helps you some.
Lol, don't lie Peter. We aren't up to par yet as we are still adding parts for ARC on our back end, though we do have parts and kits available. Thanks for the plug anyway.
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can you get a front carbon bumper support for the 2015 car, if so please direct me in the correct direction thanks, also does the xary battery holder fit this carthanks
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Unfortunately at this time, there is no carbon front bumper support offered by ARC. But with some ingenuity, you may be able adapt the X-ray battery hold down to an R10. Fiber tape seems to suffice for a majority of us.
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can you get a front carbon bumper support for the 2015 car, if so please direct me in the correct direction thanks, also does the xary battery holder fit this carthanks
The plastic top plate is designed to absorb some of the crash force, this cant be achieved with a carbon plate.

Also the battery hold down straps tweak the chassis, a big no no. Tape is not the easiest method but its light and cant be beat for performance wise. The ARC is better than most as you can loop the tape around each battery hook, so its basically impossible to cut the tape out on the track.
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Unfortunately at this time, there is no carbon front bumper support offered by ARC. But with some ingenuity, you may be able adapt the X-ray battery hold down to an R10. Fiber tape seems to suffice for a majority of us.
T3'12 front bumper "complete" bolts straight onto the ARC, just take a wee bit of the top plate where it butts up to the bulkheads...

Also, the T3 item is nearly half the weight with equal strength
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Does anyone know if the 2013 low shock towers and short shocks will fit on the 2015?? As a tuning option.
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