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Old 10-07-2010, 03:25 PM
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How much do the brass plates weigh ?
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Not sure off the top of my head. Sorry....
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going to pick up my kit tonite, can't wait!
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
woot, just ordered my new Durango hat from RPP Hobby!
And it's already processed and the supplier will be shipping it out shortly! Thanks!

And yes, Matt was the final kick in the behind that got us to get the Durango apparel listed! LOL Matt your order from today is out the door too! Thanks!
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Originally Posted by JoeNolasco
And it's already processed and the supplier will be shipping it out shortly! Thanks!

And yes, Matt was the final kick in the behind that got us to get the Durango apparel listed! LOL Matt your order from today is out the door too! Thanks!
Thanks, the durango 2wd is will still be mine when it comes out, the TRF201 should hold me over well
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Originally Posted by Briguy
How much do the brass plates weigh ?
without looking, I think the skidplate is 30g and the side plates are 12g each.
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Old 10-07-2010, 04:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Matt Howard
Thanks, the durango 2wd is will still be mine when it comes out, the TRF201 should hold me over well
Trust me, the TRF201 does not disapoint!
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Old 10-07-2010, 04:33 PM
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Originally Posted by grapejuice
Did you not lock-tight them before? And you need to take off that front sway bar too. Can't wait for the video!!!
Be careful how much loctite you use! A thin film will bind the CVD if you get it in the wrong spot and is easy to do.

Justin how did you like running that rear weight/skid? Someone else posted in here that they really liked it. See you guys Wednesday! I ordered a new speedo and am returning this one tomorrow. Seems like I should have a spare I guess if I am gonna run the new stuff . . .
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Danger, what brand of radio are you running? Any pics of the electronics install?
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Originally Posted by t0p_sh0tta
Danger, what brand of radio are you running? Any pics of the electronics install?
I am running Futaba--new R614FF Rx. I thought this was the issue at first. I swapped out the Rx (with a R603FF) momentarily and it worked--the day after it stopped working the 1st time. Plugged it back into the Rx installed in the car and thought I was good to go. Made a few laps last night, overshot a jump a little and done. The LEDs on the speedo go nuts after this happens. Steering but no motor. I just now plugged back in and turned it on. Would you guess that it works? It is almost like the cap is misbehaving. So, I dunno.

Immediately after it stopped working yesterday I plugged back in the other Rx and no go so I believe I have eliminated Rx issue. Seems like the capacitor has to discharge itself (naturally, I suppose) before I get things working again.

I guess I could switch out the cap but will let Novak deal with that. The system is awesome (when working) and I do not want to give up on it just yet . . .
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Originally Posted by Matt Howard
without looking, I think the skidplate is 30g and the side plates are 12g each.
Yes, you are correct. I just checked.......
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Be careful how much loctite you use! A thin film will bind the CVD if you get it in the wrong spot and is easy to do.

Justin how did you like running that rear weight/skid? Someone else posted in here that they really liked it. See you guys Wednesday! I ordered a new speedo and am returning this one tomorrow. Seems like I should have a spare I guess if I am gonna run the new stuff . . .
I really like it!! Came at the right time too since it was time to replace the rear bumper anyway. Rearend feels really planted(little more then before with just the side weights), I also went up in shock wt. 2.5 in the rear as well....now I think I am done with the set-up...
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Originally Posted by grapejuice
I really like it!! Came at the right time too since it was time to replace the rear bumper anyway. Rearend feels really planted(little more then before with just the side weights), I also went up in shock wt. 2.5 in the rear as well....now I think I am done with the set-up...
It looks like it makes too much since--I might just have to spring for one, but still need to learn how to drive the car . . .
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Originally Posted by JoeNolasco
And it's already processed and the supplier will be shipping it out shortly! Thanks!

And yes, Matt was the final kick in the behind that got us to get the Durango apparel listed! LOL Matt your order from today is out the door too! Thanks!
Awesome. Now get some fatboy shirts/jackets. I would be all over em if they were 3 and 4x.
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