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Old 10-03-2008, 05:58 AM   #2026
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I understand your point, if you take a look at a Jammin or a Mbx6, there all cf, where our cars are all alum. If I can save 3-4 ounces I'd be happy. I already have lightned pillow balls and lightened chassis on two of my evos and I've drilled out the side guards recently. Saw that on a pic on the net, kind of cool look especially on the pipe side. Some people say it has a benefit with the pipe temp, but I havn't noticed anything. Poinas2, if you get some cf parts made up let me know what you got, I'd love to test them.
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I understand your point, if you take a look at a Jammin or a Mbx6, there all cf, where our cars are all alum. If I can save 3-4 ounces I'd be happy. I already have lightned pillow balls and lightened chassis on two of my evos and I've drilled out the side guards recently. Saw that on a pic on the net, kind of cool look especially on the pipe side. Some people say it has a benefit with the pipe temp, but I havn't noticed anything. Poinas2, if you get some cf parts made up let me know what you got, I'd love to test them.
I saw the holes cut in the mud guard under the pipe too. Have you ran it like that yet? If so what about dirt getting up inside. Is there a considerable amount more where it will get pretty nasty on a watered down track or what? Sounds interesting to me and might want to try it.
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Old 10-03-2008, 08:59 AM   #2028
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Car overall gets a lot more dusty and underside of the pipe gets more crud on it, but if you have a air hose or a paint brush, it's a little bit more than normal. I just did it for the look and possible if any weight loss. Holes on mine are about 3/8" in diameter. I think the smaller the better imo. Good luck!!
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Old 10-03-2008, 09:49 AM   #2029
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Just read about OCM rtr on Neo Buggy also read about new lower arms diff bulkheads etc anyone have any info on this? wassup Speedy gonna race the OCM this weekend it feels great with the 10 7 3 and jammin bbs
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Just read about OCM rtr on Neo Buggy also read about new lower arms diff bulkheads etc anyone have any info on this? wassup Speedy gonna race the OCM this weekend it feels great with the 10 7 3 and jammin bbs
It is good to see something new come out from OCM. Shows they are still up and running well and producing new things regardless of what people say.
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Old 10-04-2008, 12:28 AM   #2031
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it's raining here this week
gonna try 10000/5000/4000
next 7000/10000/3000 and 7000/7000/4000

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OCM is producing new bulkheads and arms
moulded in a new tougher plastic compound
bulkheads have reinforcements and bearings are tight fit at all sides
no shims needed
3 new ARTR versions will feature the newest diffhousings, new plastic rear uprights
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Old 10-13-2008, 01:35 PM   #2032
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Old 10-13-2008, 03:09 PM   #2033
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Hi Guys, I have a ocm kaos DT19 roller to sell. heres the story. A friend of mine bought 4 of them (asked why?because I can) because he was waiting for his rc8 and was board. anyway I am getting rid of them for him there is 1 roller and 1 that only needs a few parts to make a roller I have a huge bunch of parts including anouther chassie. He is open to offers and he will seperate? Please pm me with any questions or offers and I will return all pms and pics, Thanks
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Will Ocm and Mugen spur gears interchange?
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I still have this one available. It is in a roller state now, I can include a practice motor like the .26 Sportwerks pictured along with Tx/Rx and servos if need be.
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Shaft size on the OCM outdrives is larger than mugens, they don't interchange.
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thanks for the info!
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so r there many people running the ocm buggy here in the usa and where is a good place for parts here and also i hear the mugen mbx5 parts works for most of it it is that ture.
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yeaklet, I have tons of parts nip for the buggy and quite a few for the truck...At next to nothing prices. email me at sporter4001@bellsouth.net with what you need and I can get you prices. Can get parts out usually the next day after payment is made. Thx
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yeaklet, I have tons of parts nip for the buggy and quite a few for the truck...At next to nothing prices. email me at sporter4001@bellsouth.net with what you need and I can get you prices. Can get parts out usually the next day after payment is made. Thx

s porter has got the goods ...tons of parts and a great guy to boot ....hey buddy got any more air filter replacements and wings still wanna look at your clutch stuff at the pit to
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