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Old 08-23-2014, 12:51 AM   #556
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Yep, the new one. Should be ready mid September.

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Old 10-11-2014, 01:35 PM   #557
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Would like to let you guys know that for 2015 I decided to make the switch to Mugen after successfully running Capricorn for the last 4 years.
It was time for something new and the MTX-6 really impressed me after testing it.

Soon my Capricorn equipment will be for sale, 2 C02's and my proto C801E.

For general setup advice racers can always contact me, specific car advice will be only for the Mugen from now on.
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Old 10-11-2014, 03:22 PM   #558
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Would like to let you guys know that for 2015 I decided to make the switch to Mugen after successfully running Capricorn for the last 4 years.
It was time for something new and the MTX-6 really impressed me after testing it.

Soon my Capricorn equipment will be for sale, 2 C02's and my proto C801E.

For general setup advice racers can always contact me, specific car advice will be only for the Mugen from now on.

Sorry to hear that DS. It was good seeing you on the podium with the cap.

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Thanks DS for passing on so much info over the years, it was appreciated.
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Hereby I would like to let you guys now I'm selling one of my C02's

Sold

Two more coming in the following weeks.
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Old 01-13-2015, 05:14 AM   #562
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Fellas quick question......have any of you used nt1 pillow balls up front. I noticed they're a little thicker at the neck area. Should be stronger. But do you think they will limit steering throw to much?
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Old 01-14-2015, 12:53 AM   #563
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Fellas quick question......have any of you used nt1 pillow balls up front. I noticed they're a little thicker at the neck area. Should be stronger. But do you think they will limit steering throw to much?
Just measure and adjust EPA (if needed) with a set-up set ...

Can't wait till summer comes and we can go racing again :-)....
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My son and I are going to be running this car this summer up in Edmonton, ALberta, Canada. I found a great deal on here for a couple of cars (might buy a couple more just because). We will be running on a track that is sprayed with sugar water and the ambient temperature is anywhere from 70 F - 80 F. Could someone please recommend a tire brand and a good starting point for the correct shore of tire for these conditions. Thanks in advance.
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Matrix tires are great. They have a strong rim and awesome performance. Try to start with 35 front and 40 rears. If you want more traction try 32 fronts and 37 rears.

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Matrix tires are great. They have a strong rim and awesome performance. Try to start with 35 front and 40 rears. If you want more traction try 32 fronts and 37 rears.

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Thanks. I have been out of the hobby for about 9 years but am really looking forward to racing again and hope to travel to some races in the U.S. once my son gets up to speed.....so maybe later this summer! LOL He loves beating his old man at stuf!!
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Im looking for some standard (Non BigBore) progressive springs front and rear. Please PM if anyone has some they want to sell. Thanks
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Old 02-10-2015, 01:08 AM   #568
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Hi Morris,

Take a look at our site:

www.rc-netshop.dk

We stock all Capricorn cars and spares and others :-)...

We ship world wide either by Fedex or standard mail service at good prices...

We deduct sales tax for customers outside Europe, so you save a 20% there.

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Im looking for some standard (Non BigBore) progressive springs front and rear. Please PM if anyone has some they want to sell. Thanks

Also. I went to order some stuff from capusa, and it was charging me shipping on each individual item. Is there someone I can talk to about that? $15 for 8 small items such as hubs, spurs, and belts seems kinda High to me.
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Old 02-19-2015, 05:05 AM   #569
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Hi has any one fitted the new receiver box to there co2. Capricorns website says only fits co3 or c802. I'd like to fit one to both my co2 and c801 like to know there going to fit before I buy them but thanks in advance
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Hi has any one fitted the new receiver box to there co2. Capricorns website says only fits co3 or c802. I'd like to fit one to both my co2 and c801 like to know there going to fit before I buy them but thanks in advance
I have fitted it fine on my C02, C801 and also C03, using our radio bracket:

http://rc-netshop.dk/johnsen-design/...o-bracket.html
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