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Old 10-02-2010, 09:04 AM
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Ha-ha! I will be at the track today and probably tomorrow. I have been a bit busy with the move. Sorry you guys have missed me but I am back in action now!! I will need some help soldering today so hopefully one of you guys will be around . . .

AHAHAHAHAHAHHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHA!!!!!!! yes you will!!! I MAY SEE YOU or not!!!!! might just have to go to sclongmont to start breakin in my otha RB
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Old 10-02-2010, 10:27 AM
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Ha-ha! I will be at the track today and probably tomorrow. I have been a bit busy with the move. Sorry you guys have missed me but I am back in action now!! I will need some help soldering today so hopefully one of you guys will be around . . .
I'll be there..
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Old 10-02-2010, 10:43 AM
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Is your guys's lid a bit tight? Mine fits OK on the front, but it's super tight on the back. Grapejuice, where did u Velcro it?
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Yes its a tight fit... but that means nothing is getting in there. Velcro around the sides...pretty self explanatory.
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Originally Posted by msconcepts
I ran the Durango and figured out it is hurting purple shoes!!!! If you would quit forum racing and bring that thing to the track to get lapped many times then you will see
Its called bench racing...
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Does anyone else notice that there is a fair amount of free play in the front steering/hubs?

It doesn't seem to affect how the car fine but it does seem a little looser than it should. I thought about filing down the spacers (the silver ones you put the screw through) on the hubs as it seems thats where most of the free play is.
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Originally Posted by Konich
Does anyone else notice that there is a fair amount of free play in the front steering/hubs?

It doesn't seem to affect how the car fine but it does seem a little looser than it should. I thought about filing down the spacers (the silver ones you put the screw through) on the hubs as it seems thats where most of the free play is.
Mine are pretty tight... the only thing that i find "loose" in the car is the steering assembly, mainly right where the bearings are in the ackerman plate
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Old 10-03-2010, 06:28 AM
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I thought i was gonna stick with the b44 but after a lot of reading I wanna try this out. Anyone wanna sell a used one?
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Originally Posted by Konich
Does anyone else notice that there is a fair amount of free play in the front steering/hubs?

It doesn't seem to affect how the car fine but it does seem a little looser than it should. I thought about filing down the spacers (the silver ones you put the screw through) on the hubs as it seems thats where most of the free play is.
I do have a bit of play in there as well, but it handles well. I wonder if the alloy knuckles have the same issue.
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Old 10-03-2010, 07:18 AM
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I've got the aluminum castor blocks on mine and there is a very, very small bit a play up and down, nothing I'm going to worry about.
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Originally Posted by mike881
Is your guys's lid a bit tight? Mine fits OK on the front, but it's super tight on the back. Grapejuice, where did u Velcro it?
Just on the back section of the car to the chassis, didn't use the mounting hole and cut my body below the line a bit.
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
What? Since when is Novak cheap?!? You are confused. Look how many titles Novak has and then tell me where Tekin compares. Novak sells budget systems--this is true.


So Danger how is that Jank Novak holding up for you buddy?
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Originally Posted by Ostach24
I thought i was gonna stick with the b44 but after a lot of reading I wanna try this out. Anyone wThere are a fee anna sell a used one?

There are a few in the for sale section
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
There are a few in the for sale section
I wish there were . They all are sold .

Just bought one off ebay w/free shipping .

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I was going to sell mine but I got no reasonable offers.

I decided to run it again and it's doing a lot better.
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