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Old 10-15-2014, 07:47 PM   #16
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84 pitch? Is that smaller than 64p? Damn thats some super fine gear mess. Why would you need anything like that. Unless you are looking to get just that much more gesring options. But changing by 1 tooth at a time with that pitch would result in very little change.
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That's basically what they are made for... Finer more accurate gearing adjustments.
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Old 10-16-2014, 07:32 AM   #18
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Anyone seen anymore "spy shots" from IIC???
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Anyone seen anymore "spy shots" from IIC???
I want to see some more pics as well Pat! The new kit looks awesome and I might have to give one a try (even though I just ordered a T4 2015.

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Troy put me on the list. The D06 is nice but the D07 looks amazing.
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Old 10-17-2014, 08:41 AM   #21
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So it was mentioned that one of the new things will be "harder" plastics. Does this mean stiffer (more brittle), or was this meant to mean stronger. After the upgrade to the V2 suspension parts, I am not seei g a need for a return to harder plastics. I broke several V1 C-Hubs, spindles and arms on my Ghost and D05. After I changed all the parts over on my Ghost, and got the D06, I have a bunch of spares I have yet to use. My car handles great on carpet, is very durable, and I thought you would want more flex for low traction asphalt. So why the need for "harder" plastics?
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Troy put me on the list. The D06 is nice but the D07 looks amazing.

I would like in on the pre-order as well.

Send me with details when anyone knows them.
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Hopefully it is stronger less flexible plastics. The harder suspension pieces should sharpen the car up on carpet. I love my D06 but it does feel different then my xray did but I am faster with the D06 though. It carries more corner speed for me then my T4 did. That and the D07 looks way sexier then the T4 '15 and if history is any indication for a lot less money.
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Old 10-21-2014, 06:20 AM   #24
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Pics of the new motor mount released (its stupid hard to upload from my phone). I looks pretty cool and robust. But I dont see a place for the fan mount to go. I guess they decided its ok just to shoe goo one to the chassis now? Or use an aftermarket mount like the Orca clamp type? Thats would be ashame. I really liked how VBC thought of making a fan mount specifically for their own car in the past.
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Looks Great.
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has anyone heard of a release date yet?
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Here are some detail for D07 .It could be released middle of Nov
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VBC said on Facebook that they will be shipping in Nov.
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Old 10-27-2014, 07:30 PM   #29
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Wellits been pretty slow on here. Anymore shots of the 07 and its unique features? Its getting pretty close to November. I know they won't go out on the 1st, but Id like to see some more pics and some more info on the features.
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I already messaged Troy saying "Take my money now!!!" But he is waiting for the details of the release.
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