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Old 03-01-2004, 06:32 PM   #5746
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does anybody have the website for the jurgen one way?

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Old 03-01-2004, 06:48 PM   #5747
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does anybody have the website for the jurgen one way?

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You can email him directly. PM me with your email address and I will email his address to you.
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Old 03-02-2004, 03:44 AM   #5748
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I suppose this is the one used in trf415. I wonder what is the purpose of making it alloy since the old plastic one works just fine. The alloy one should be heavier than the plastic one and that will add unsprung weight to the car.
The new rear uprights are not supplyed with the new 415, they are only 1deg of toe in as well not like the standard kit ones. IMHO they are very good, they allow more adjustment of the roll center at the back as well.



They is a pic of all 3 shafts, sorry its big but i cannot resize it.

They weigh as follows,

std red one 16g
tamiya lightweight one 12g
team bomber 8g

Both the new tamiya one and the bomber one are 2mm lomger than the standard shaft.

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Rick, where did you say to get the Team Bomber?
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Rick, where did you say to get the Team Bomber?
RC champ had 2 of them in and me and my mate brought them both. Its very nice. Rick
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Got a website, email, phone number or anything for the shop or the manufacturer? Thanks Rick.
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They weigh as follows,

std red one 16g
tamiya lightweight one 12g
team bomber 8g

Both the new tamiya one and the bomber one are 2mm lomger than the standard shaft.

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WOW!!!!! 8g - that's quite a saving in rotating weight!!!

Post the details where we can get the from please.

Thanks, Mark.
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Old 03-02-2004, 10:41 AM   #5753
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Got a website, email, phone number or anything for the shop or the manufacturer? Thanks Rick.
This is the only information I found about Team Bomber

http://www11.ocn.ne.jp/%7Eg-style/bomber.html


Rick
these shafts look good especially the one from Team Bomber.
But I think it will be very difficult getting one
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http://www.rc-champ.co.jp/ thats where i got the Bomber shaft from, it is very nice. Rick
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http://www.rc-champ.co.jp/ thats where i got the Bomber shaft from, it is very nice. Rick
Rick, did you have to pay import duty?

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Rick, did you have to pay import duty?

Cheers, Mark.
I traveled out to Tokyo and brought the bits in person and when i arrived back in the UK we were not stopped at customs so we did not have to pay import duty. Rick
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I traveled out to Tokyo and brought the bits in person and when i arrived back in the UK we were not stopped at customs so we did not have to pay import duty. Rick
Cheers, matey, but that's probably a bit excessive for a propeller shaft!

I may well make an order with the Japanese site - I may get a ripped-off by the customs if I'm unlucky, but it may be worth the risk!
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Do you guys apply traction compond immediately to new tyres, or do you first run a couple of laps to condition them?

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Mark, assuming you are talking about rubber, yes. I normally try to time it where they soak for 2-5 minutes then dry for 10. Ambient air temps, etc will make a difference so adjusting your times may be required.. Too late and the tires will be greasy the first lap, too early and the sauce will totally dry out.
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Mark, assuming you are talking about rubber, yes. I normally try to time it where they soak for 2-5 minutes then dry for 10. Ambient air temps, etc will make a difference so adjusting your times may be required.. Too late and the tires will be greasy the first lap, too early and the sauce will totally dry out.
Thanks for the info, but what I was aiming at was if you run new tyres first for a couple of laps without any traction compound to try and conidtion them?
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