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Old 09-14-2014, 09:20 PM   #1441
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Frenchy(Joachim) it was a pleasure to battle with you this year. You rep Team C very well, car is dailed.
Here are the results.

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Hey Jermaine same here! You showed amazing sportsmanship throughout the season and always lots of fun hanging in the pits.

I'll see you on carpet this winter!
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Thanks for the props guys :-)
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Hi guys,

Would like to check with those who bought an unpainted Audi R8 body shell, does this body from Team C come with body decals? Decals as in the headlight, tail light, front grill and so on?

Also, can someone pls measure the width of the body for both the front wheels and rear wheels and let me know the measurements? Reason why I asking is that, recently I bought the Nissan GTR R35 Team C body and realize that the width is 320mm for the front and 330mm for the rear. Too wide for my Kyosho GT2 chassis. According to the measurements stated for the Audi R8 body is 310mm. Just wanted to confirm this before I spend on this body. Thank you!
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Team C Audi R8 Body Width

Front and rear is 315 mm.
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Team C Audi R8 Body Width

Front and rear is 315 mm.
Great! Thanks for the info
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The long chassis needs softer front springs, Serpent yellows work good. you also need the arm braces, it will begin to chatter sooner or later and i liked the long chassis with the aluminum chassis braces and ballbearing ackerman bar to help with steering, and the 10* Chub holders....
I did not understand very well all accessories that you speak...


so, if someone tells me the teamc codes for long chassis of :

-arm braces

-aluminum chassis braces

-ballbearing ackerman

I thank you very much
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Old 09-26-2014, 05:45 AM   #1452
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I did not understand very well all accessories that you speak...


so, if someone tells me the teamc codes for long chassis of :

-arm braces

-aluminum chassis braces

-ballbearing ackerman

I thank you very much
Here ya go!
http://www.rcshox.com/team-c-gt8-gt8l/
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Old 09-26-2014, 12:20 PM   #1453
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What´s the ideal Torque/speed for steering and acc/brk servos for these cars, considering their weight.

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The most important upgrades (i think Marcus will confirm) are the following:
- Gearing conversion
- short - lightweight shock towers (and the use of front shocks in rear)
- Ball bearing ackermann bar

I posted detailed instructions earlier for the ackerman bar and gear conversion kit in this thread with pictures step by step :-)
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What´s the ideal Torque/speed for steering and acc/brk servos for these cars, considering their weight.

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Hi! The most common used in GT is:

Over 300 oz of torque for steering
About 200oz of torque or more for throttle/brakes.

A lot of people use high voltage. Hope this helps :-)
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