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  1. walrusjon
    11-04-2017 07:26 PM - permalink
    walrusjon
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    Cad file for both t4 and ff03 will be fine, thanks
  2. walrusjon
    10-11-2017 09:46 AM - permalink
    walrusjon
    Hi,

    May I have the digital drawing of the Xray T4 LCG conversion?

    Thanks

    WalrusJon
  3. bobo_e
    05-23-2016 03:38 PM - permalink
    bobo_e
    Hello Sir,
    Can you please tell me what brand and colour codes were the paints, that you have used for the m trim paint for your mazda 6 GX?
    http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...andling-3.html
    King Regards!
  4. D O T S
    02-05-2015 07:08 PM - permalink
    D O T S
    Wow
    I love your prototype car
    I've been thinking of doing the same but you actually did it!
    Amazing!
    I have an Awesomatix
    That car has some great tech to it
    It's cool to seem someone is trying to advance Rc racing a step further
  5. TENCHO
    11-25-2014 03:12 PM - permalink
    TENCHO
    hello there....I saw that you mentioned that you race in south Germany...well I am moving to Sembach Germany next year in march, and if there are good places to race RC, then I would love to bring my cars. Where exactly are you in Germany, and is there any good indoor/outdoor electric onroad 1/10 racing? thanks
  6. Bannermotors
    11-03-2014 09:09 PM - permalink
    Bannermotors
    Hi there - just a quick question on your F1R2. I saw you post pictures of a cool ferrari. I got an F1R2 recently (just getting into RC) but I just have four very quick questions if thats ok:

    Body: where did you get the body? Is that something you painted (wow) or did you pick it up somewhere?
    Front wing mount: I have a more traditional exotek f1r2 mount - yours looks very different - just wondering where you got it etc.
    Antenna: beginner question, but do you hide the antenna in the receiver? I have an airtronics m12 so not sure what to do re recover?
    Shorty lipo: I plan to run a shorty lipo - I have seen people mount the battery at the back and the esc/receiver behind the servo and also the other way round with the battery behind the servo, then esc/receiver as you have. Doe stat making battery access easier or is it also better for weight distribution? And with the esc (justice) do you know if people keep the fan on or take it off?

    Thanks again.
    Eanna
  7. YoDog
    02-05-2013 11:13 PM - permalink
    YoDog
    Hi, are your CAD files for your TC6 created in solidworks? If so, I would be interested in taking a look at the shock tower parts.
    Thanks
  8. 20967
    11-20-2012 12:37 PM - permalink
    20967
    I Kevin, Enrico from Italy.
    I have built servo mount as your, but I have not cut the pin in the bottom side. The work is good but I need some info for set my car in this new configuration.
    I set the steering setting as in factory building (Steering Bellcrank 7B and Steering link 2B) but I have, in this new configuration, most steering rates compared to the factory build using the same radio setting . Some info for me?
    I also see in your Set Up (Indoor Racing Senden - LRP-HPI-Challenge) that you use 7A 2B for Steering Bellcranck and Link, this setting is for having greater steering speed in your set or for adjust the same in the new servo mount configuration?
    Another info.
    Which Servo Horns use on the servo, and no servo saver?

    Thks
    Enrico

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