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Old 05-06-2014, 07:42 PM   #481
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Quick question... What brand droop gauge is DJ using in his Swaybar and Droop video? @ Capamericarc.com.


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That is not it. His droop gauge is in .5 mm increments and starts in the negative range.
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Old 05-07-2014, 10:31 PM   #483
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I need to upgrade my radio to further enhance the handling of my Capricorn, wondering what are the popular ones, I don't need the best of the best as I am not a top notch racer.
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Old 05-07-2014, 10:36 PM   #484
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I need to upgrade my radio to further enhance the handling of my Capricorn, wondering what are the popular ones, I don't need the best of the best as I am not a top notch racer.
Any opinions would be appreciated.
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You can buy a Sanwa MT-4 or MT-4S. Not expensive but very good and fast response like Sanwa M12.

http://www.sanwa-denshi.com/rc/car/propo/mt-4s.html
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You can buy a Sanwa MT-4 or MT-4S. Not expensive but very good and fast response like Sanwa M12.

http://www.sanwa-denshi.com/rc/car/propo/mt-4s.html
Thank you very much, that was the radio I was considering.
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You can buy a Sanwa MT-4 or MT-4S. Not expensive but very good and fast response like Sanwa M12.

http://www.sanwa-denshi.com/rc/car/propo/mt-4s.html
Thank you very much, that was the radio I was considering.
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Can you recommend a pin replacment tool + pins to replace. Thanks
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What is the size of the bearing that sits inside the white cups on the diffs ?
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What is the size of the bearing that sits inside the white cups on the diffs ?
10X16X4 mm.
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The front ones must be smaller?
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Is it a euro thing that everyone seems to run the wide low bumper and carbon upper and we seem to run foam?
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Sorry, yes the front diff bearings are 15X10X4 mm. I have both the C01 and C02 and opened the C01 (paper) manual. Forgot about the Nylon sleeves on the front of the C02's diff. The C02 manual is on a Flash Drive which I just consulted. The Rear diff is 16X10X4 mm as are the rest of the 10 mm ID bearings for the Car.
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My flywheel broke and I'll need another. I'm wondering if the Xray NT1 flywheel is a suitable replacement. See details.

Has anyone tried using an Xray NT1 flywheel? Will I need to get the Xray shoes?
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What is the size of the bearing that sits inside the white cups on the diffs ?
We got some good and affordable bearing sets for the Cap cars. Also got single bearings, just have had the time to insert them in the shop yet.

Take a look:

https://rc-netshop.dk/78-bearing-kits

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