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Old 08-12-2005, 04:38 AM   #1
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Default when is the CL-1Pro comming out!!?

hi buggie fans, i've seent he CL1pro for sale ont he GS site,b ut when are the normal shops going to start stocking them?? i wanna get one
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Old 08-12-2005, 08:17 AM   #2
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NOW THEY GOT 2 ONLY

http://www.fullthrottlehobbies.com/p...idproduct=5619
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Old 08-24-2005, 12:06 PM   #3
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I got one of the 2
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Old 08-25-2005, 03:24 AM   #4
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I got one of the 2

tell me what you think of it please!! aND of the build quality!! very eager to know pm me when you do please
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The CL-1 is outstanding, I have had mine for over a month now...build quality is on par with Kyosho and Mugen, the only thing you will find to be annoying, is having 5 different bags open to get all the screws......

Handling is great, I have been playing with the set-up every race day....I have a pretty good one now.....get the car, you won't regret it!

Its a very durable car as well
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Old 08-26-2005, 02:35 AM   #6
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The CL-1 is outstanding, I have had mine for over a month now...build quality is on par with Kyosho and Mugen, the only thing you will find to be annoying, is having 5 different bags open to get all the screws......

Handling is great, I have been playing with the set-up every race day....I have a pretty good one now.....get the car, you won't regret it!

Its a very durable car as well

that's really great to hear! i work for a shop in oz that is the distributor but they don't seem to have it in stock yet. oww well tell me where you got it from because if i have to wait aaaaaages i will probably pay retail for it
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at victoria hobby shop texas
1 lasting I think
http://h1072028.hobbyshopnow.com/
call janet , say guy send you

still working on mine
will tell as soon as poss
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assembling is a bit confusing due to screws being all around in all sorts of bags
(which is which) and little faults in the English manual (but correction added)

I tent to prefer assembling the different units first, like rods and rodends or antirollbarrs on their own , and merge them later with the rest

Allen and other screws seem ok
but have not so deep profiles and tighten sturdy
so one must take care and use good tools
not to strip heads quickly I think..

little bit of play of rear inferior suspensionarms on their pins
will see later about that, but they mount easily....

all rest seems ok and very sturdy

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assembling is a bit confusing due to screws being all around in all sorts of bags
(which is which) and little faults in the English manual (but correction added)

I tent to prefer assembling the different units first, like rods and rodends or antirollbarrs on their own , and merge them later with the rest

Allen and other screws seem ok
but have not so deep profiles and tighten sturdy
so one must take care and use good tools
not to strip heads quickly I think..

little bit of play of rear inferior suspensionarms on their pins
will see later about that, but they mount easily....

all rest seems ok and very sturdy
are they all allen screws with fine thread or with coarse thread?? i hate the coarse thread i find they strip plastic easily.
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In Norway they have been in stock for 4 weeks :-)
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Old 08-26-2005, 12:15 PM   #11
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assembling is a bit confusing due to screws and shimms, being all around in all sorts of bags
(which is which) and little faults in the English manual (but correction added)

I tent to prefer assembling the different units first, like rods and rodends or antirollbarrs on their own , and merge them later with the rest

Allen and other screws seem ok
but have not so deep profiles and tighten sturdy
so one must take care and use good tools
not to strip heads quickly I think..

little bit of play of rear inferior suspensionarms on their pins
will see later about that, but they mount easily....

the new milled suspensionholders will be beter, stock are a bit cheap looking..

all rest seems ok and very sturdy

set-ups:

Us tracks Marty Korn
7000/10000/500
50/35

French factory Lechat / Horninger Austria

10000/10000/1000
35/35

factory Taiwan

easy- 7000/10000/1000
expert- 10000/20000/3000

Asian drivers

5000/10000/3000
45/35

manual on line
have a look very interesting

http://www.gsracing.com/gsracing/sup.../CL1Manual.htm

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any pictures of your built kit?
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not yet
have a look at the asian tread

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...8&page=4&pp=30
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what is your setup??
shocks and diffs ?
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What's your latest set up's ?
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