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Old 01-16-2012, 09:34 PM   #1831
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Originally Posted by pierre johnson View Post
Say guys the only difference is the springs cause the manufacturer's all design there springs under certain specs and to try to interchange the springs which are custom-built for that particular car can make setting up the car very unpredictable ...I'm aware parts can be use interchangeably without interfereing with the performance of the car ..the xray guys driving the RX8 are using the clutch system from the Capricorn and the issues were resolved..this is not for every car ...I belive it will take the manufactures to get the car in the hands of experienced drivers to market the car before being released to the general public being the car is very new to this country ..I'm real excited as I said before about the car hope to see it more widely available to the curious r/c guys who are ready to try something new and fast ...good luck guys
Sorry, but what are you talking about???
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