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Old 06-17-2012, 05:58 AM
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Has anyone seen a rear camber link fix made of brass? I thought I saw one on here a while ago but can't find it anywhere. Appreciate the help..

You mean mine....
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You mean mine....
where did u buy it from?
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would something like traxxas ball ends (Traxxas 1942 Rod End & Ball) fix the ball cup problem or add weight or something to make it not worth it, just wondering because i havent seen any buggys with these on them and i know they can take a beating
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I have 3 of these and they are going good so far.
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...dProduct=23134
what are your run times for this price ill buy three or four right away instead of other batteries
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what are your run times for this price ill buy three or four right away instead of other batteries
The only thing better than these right now is the protek 70C pack which I got for 89. I have 4 nanotech shortys and they perform at 95% of the performance of the protek at 1/3 the price. Runtime is more than my promatch packs also and same as the protek.
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where did u buy it from?
I made it. Solution Racing Components.
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How do I purchase one Raul?
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How do I purchase one Raul?
as of right now it was a one off...
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so is everyone running ribs in front , thinking of trying a pair of scrubs , at leisure hours , hard pack sometimes swept and waters outdoor and ethier dry or moist clay indoor hard pack , i have clay tires just gonna get a set of rears for outdoors n maybe try nonribbed fronts to while im at it
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I've been very happy with using barcodes front and rear, v1 for the rear, orange compound for the outdoor track and gold for the indoor.
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Originally Posted by Brollywood View Post
How do I purchase one Raul?
This should work, right?

http://www.jespares.com/electric-mod...tegory_id=1325
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Originally Posted by P6 View Post
what are your run times for this price ill buy three or four right away instead of other batteries
I only run 17.5 blinky but get a min of 20 min out of them, I havnt ran one flat on a race day yet, I usually use one batt for a little practice and qual, another for the first 2 races and the 3rd for the last race and a little practice after it.
None of them are flat, I just change them out to use them and for a fresher pack to race on.

I havnt taken much notice how long they last me when I'm at the track by myself practicing, all I can say is "long enough" haha.



Also, has anyone used this combo?
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...Associated-TC5
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...-Cups-White-20

Somehow a ball stud split right down the middle while I was at the track today, and nothing in Aus that I can find to upgrade them.
The other option is to buy more Durango ones but not too keen on that idea.
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I thought I saw some posts here about aluminum knuckles? Been searching but have not been able to find them. Am I just going crazy
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Originally Posted by P6 View Post
so is everyone running ribs in front , thinking of trying a pair of scrubs , at leisure hours , hard pack sometimes swept and waters outdoor and ethier dry or moist clay indoor hard pack , i have clay tires just gonna get a set of rears for outdoors n maybe try nonribbed fronts to while im at it
Outside at LH most are running some sort of ribbed front tire with either a small pin type rear or if it is as bad as it was on Saturday night a red ifmar stud rear tire. The track is behaving badly and becoming a real challange.
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Originally Posted by Shimmy View Post
Somehow a ball stud split right down the middle while I was at the track today, and nothing in Aus that I can find to upgrade them.
The other option is to buy more Durango ones but not too keen on that idea.
People I know here in Adelaide have had great success with losi 22 items.
Ball Studs come in in 6mm, 8mm and 10 mm lengths.
Depending on link positions you may need to use 22 turnbuckles too as the durango cups are a bit longer.
Modelflight will have everything you need with next day shipping.

I personally use Team-C turnbuckles and cups (as I have Team-C cars too) with 22 ball studs.
http://www.tcmodels.net/index.php?pa...mart&Itemid=71

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