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Old 07-08-2012, 03:43 AM
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Default SC10 4x4 for sale

If anyone is interested, I have my SC10 4x4 for sale in the "for sale" thread. Great fun to build but I just don't have the time to run it.

Still keeping the T4 and SC10
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Old 07-08-2012, 03:56 AM
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Originally Posted by nckmat
Thanks for all the work to Peter, Roman, Christian, Gary, Daniel and Shane, a lot was done and finished just before we lost the light. I reckon AstroTurfing the track is going to prove a great solution.
Good work guys.
I was only there for a bit yesterday to rake up and tidy.
Had to leave due to family matters.
Yesterday Peter O, Yung, and Daniel B, were doing a lot of hard work preparing for the astro turf.
Any photos from today Nick ?
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Old 07-08-2012, 05:15 AM
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Here you go Roman:



This should give you an idea.
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Then we trimmed it a little:







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Originally Posted by nckmat
Then we trimmed it a little:






looking good, looking good,
finally got round to testing out the Schuey SX3, love it,
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Hells Horses Guys!

Nice work!
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Looks great! Looking forward to next meet!

Cheers
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Question for Guys with the B4/4.1

Where does the front of the body attach to, I cant see a spot for the body clip to go into/line up the body with.

I have flicked through the manual and cant find it...
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Originally Posted by Cloaked
Question for Guys with the B4/4.1

Where does the front of the body attach to, I cant see a spot for the body clip to go into/line up the body with.

I have flicked through the manual and cant find it...
There is a small hole to fasten a screw (which has a small hole in the head to accommodate a body clip) in the top plate (part no. 9566, page 4 of the manual).

It's a mongrel to work with IMO, If I were you I would just use velcro to secure the body instead.
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Originally Posted by Jimmy O
There is a small hole to fasten a screw (which has a small hole in the head to accommodate a body clip) in the top plate (part no. 9566, page 4 of the manual).

It's a mongrel to work with IMO, If I were you I would just use velcro to secure the body instead.
Duly noted.

Velcro it is, that sounded painful just reading it!
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Originally Posted by cghomann
thought their was a working bee today,where is everyone?
Hey Guys, was still moving into our new place, even thought about having today off to get it finished

All you guys have out done yourself, if we dug a single hole in each astro turf section we could hire it out as mini-putt putt surrounded by an RC track...

looking forward to the next meet, thinking the green body may get lost on the green track!! :|

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had a look this morning, awesome job guys. really defines the track. cant see my driving improving though
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Just a warning that not all wheels can survive acetone:
https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resi...LJ6TzNBBO_TRxE
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Originally Posted by nckmat
Just a warning that not all wheels can survive acetone:
https://skydrive.live.com/redir?resi...LJ6TzNBBO_TRxE
Damn.... Mind sharing brand/model?

They look like SCT Tyres.
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Originally Posted by Cloaked
Damn.... Mind sharing brand/model?

They look like SCT Tyres.
Old Tamiya wheels. Definitely not SCT, most modern off-road rims are fine.
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