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Old 01-27-2010, 08:53 PM   #946
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Thanks Guys, i just wanted to clarrify what the orange ones were in relation to the low friction.

Also whats a good shock set up to start with ? tracks quite big and open, few hairpins here and there but alot of on power sweepers and corners.

I was thinking maybe 3 hole 1500cst front and 4 hole 1500cst rear ? unsure about springs just yet, i have the complete serpent spring set.
In the rear use what you said, but use 2000cst. Green fronts and blue rears. That should get you in the ballpark
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Old 01-28-2010, 09:44 PM   #947
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In the rear use what you said, but use 2000cst. Green fronts and blue rears. That should get you in the ballpark

Thanks Man, really looking forward to running this car, got a RB C9 engine in it.

With the shock springs, theres 5 colours for each end of the car, is there a lost around showing what colours are the hardest and which are the softest and the ones in between
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hi,

silly question but what does 1500cst and 2000cst equals to in wt ?
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1500=45w, 2000=50w
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Old 01-29-2010, 02:33 PM   #950
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silly question but what does 1500cst and 2000cst equals to in wt ?
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lets all hope that mr kimbrow gets another opportunity to stay undefeated at capital classic in 2010 @ 301 raceway. they stood up to the county and now their racers are doing more than anyone could ask to meet govt requirements to have a 2010 season better than ever.
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http://www.redrc.net/wp-content/uplo...pentS966-1.jpg

The radio plate is different in the picture. Refresh coming? This pic is from the annual Toy Fair in Germany.
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The radio plate is different in the picture. Refresh coming? This pic is from the annual Toy Fair in Germany.
I have a 966 that i got about a week or so ago and it looks the same as the one in that picture ? A local guy did tell me after he saw it that the radio tray was different to the old models, maybe it was just a running change .
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I have a 966 that i got about a week or so ago and it looks the same as the one in that picture ? A local guy did tell me after he saw it that the radio tray was different to the old models, maybe it was just a running change .
Yes, it is just a running change.
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You can see the new radioplate (wich is the same as the one used by Salven at the Lostallo '09 Worlds) on the italian shop safetycarmodel.com

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http://www.redrc.net/wp-content/uplo...pentS966-1.jpg

The radio plate is different in the picture. Refresh coming? This pic is from the annual Toy Fair in Germany.

Just leave out the alu bush on top off the servo saver and tighten the saver under the radion plate, this gives the same result.... don't need to buy a new radio plate, get yourself 3 sets of tires instead...

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I see some people have the fuel hose nipple screwed into the rear of the gas tank lid. Mine only has the holes to screw it in on the left and right side of the gas tank lid.

Do you have to drill a hole into the rear of the lid or something and then block off the left and right holes with 2 set screws?
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Do you have to drill a hole into the rear of the lid or something and then block off the left and right holes with 2 set screws?
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