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3 RACING SAKURA FF20 FWD

Old 12-26-2019, 01:48 PM
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Default 3 RACING SAKURA FF20 FWD

For anyone interested, here's a link to my step-by-step on the new FWD from 3 Racing.
These are the differences, according to 3 Racing.

This is 3Racing 1/10 SAKURA FF20 EP Touring Car Kit. Since 2012, 3RACING has a love for FF chassis. This time FF20 has more changes to the FF’s overall design in years. This time we have focused on the weight deducing, and these changes includes: The suspension steel pivot balls have changed to the composite square nuts and have changed to ultra-low big bore dampers.
  • Newly Trimmed Servo Mount Design For Flexible Placements
  • 3.5mm Thick Front & Rear Shock Tower
  • Motor Mount Suitable For Blinky Mode Gearing
  • Composite Suspension Mount Square Nut
  • Graphite Battery Tray
  • New Spur Gear Adaptor Compatible With Most Of The Spur Gears On The Market
  • Included Metal Idler Gear
  • Differential comes With Metal Bevel Gears
  • Full Kit Metal Bearings
  • New 2.25mm Graphite Main Chassis
  • 2.0mm Graphite Upper Deck With Flexible Holes
  • Ultra-low Big Bore Dampers

If you don't have Facebook access, not sure if you can see it or not - sorry about that.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/tcr....7438535375837/

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Why not post your step by step here? Why a link to FB?
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Because it's nearly 50 reasonably hi-res pics which would take forever to load.
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Old 12-26-2019, 06:07 PM
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Nice to see pics of this car, I swear 3racing put no effort in the marketing material for this car. Even a few high res pics of the completed car would be fine. Also good to see FWD racing from fellow Aussies
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Building it now (coming short on time)
Shocks again really nice
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Originally Posted by DRTMI View Post
Why not post your step by step here? Why a link to FB?
For the same reason I link to my blog. :-)

When I post build logs here, it's always shortedned and small image versions of what I do on my website.

This place is inconvenient for uploading pictures.....

That said, facebook? Really? *shakes head*
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