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Old 04-09-2006, 07:43 AM   #91
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1. Finale

Marc
Leino
Moore
Hupo
Spashett
three TRFs' in the first 5 position? Great
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Old 04-09-2006, 08:20 AM   #92
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2.Final

Marc
Moore
Masami
Wilk
Teemu
David
Ronald
Hupo
Jilles

Marc overall winner

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Old 04-09-2006, 08:23 AM   #93
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Actually I think that's the Novak one, as used at the JMRCA nationals by quite a few, either way they do the same thing!
Well done Andy, seems he's got his cyclone sorted! Maybe we could be seeing another British world champion in the main event.....
Tbh 'karn doesn't surprise me, I think the biggest A main he's made this year was at TITC, and that was like his local track. Hara is a surprise though, I'd have thought he'd be at home on this sort of track...?
Is interesting though that a large amount of Europeans are doing well, maybe that's because there are so many there!
So who is missing who is likely to feature in the main event???
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Old 04-09-2006, 08:31 AM   #94
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Well, from what I've heard, is that quite a lot of the drivers racing with Futaba had troubles (glitches). And these drivers are Hara, Surikarn and Joel. Mayby this has influenced the result.
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Old 04-09-2006, 08:40 AM   #95
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The rear hub's on the Tamiya's are most likely the PRO4 0deg hubs....
what difference is there,roll centre?
are you there at worlds warm up
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Old 04-09-2006, 08:54 AM   #96
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Unfortnately I am not there, wish I was!!

Anyway, the biggest difference is the use of larger bearings (5x10) the bearings are further appart as well. This will support the axles way better and give more cornerspeed. The bearings also last longer!
I know they dremmel the hub down 2.0mm so the ballstud will be at the same height as stock w/spacers.
I think the suspension pin height is the same as stock, but the upper camberlink will be slightly shorter, maybe 1.5-2mm

You will need to redrill the pin hole with a 2.6mm drill bit and use the axles from the "old" 415

I always use this modification, my car just feels better with it!!
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Looks like a total domination of GP4300 and V2 technology !
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Old 04-09-2006, 09:10 AM   #98
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Unfortnately I am not there, wish I was!!

Anyway, the biggest difference is the use of larger bearings (5x10) the bearings are further appart as well. This will support the axles way better and give more cornerspeed. The bearings also last longer!
I know they dremmel the hub down 2.0mm so the ballstud will be at the same height as stock w/spacers.
I think the suspension pin height is the same as stock, but the upper camberlink will be slightly shorter, maybe 1.5-2mm

You will need to redrill the pin hole with a 2.6mm drill bit and use the axles from the "old" 415

I always use this modification, my car just feels better with it!!
Does anybody have picture of this "tuning" please? ;-)
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Old 04-09-2006, 09:26 AM   #99
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Here you go!
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IFMAR 1/10 EP TOURING WORLDS WARM UP 2006 - ITALY-hpi-rear-hub-001.jpg  
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Hi Eirk

Dremel 2.5mm not 2.0mm !

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Unfortnately I am not there, wish I was!!

Anyway, the biggest difference is the use of larger bearings (5x10) the bearings are further appart as well. This will support the axles way better and give more cornerspeed. The bearings also last longer!
I know they dremmel the hub down 2.0mm so the ballstud will be at the same height as stock w/spacers.
I think the suspension pin height is the same as stock, but the upper camberlink will be slightly shorter, maybe 1.5-2mm

You will need to redrill the pin hole with a 2.6mm drill bit and use the axles from the "old" 415

I always use this modification, my car just feels better with it!!
ok,how many wheelspacers you use outdoors with what sized hubs.
do you no what marc runs?
looks like he got .5mm on the back from the pics,cheers.
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Well, from what I've heard, is that quite a lot of the drivers racing with Futaba had troubles (glitches). And these drivers are Hara, Surikarn and Joel. Mayby this has influenced the result.
Confirmed. Will be taken care of

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Gonzo:

Well 2.5 and 2.0 is not that big of a difference really, but thanks for the tip!

trf racer:

I usually run my car 189mm wide at the rear, so right now I am using a 4mm hex w/1.0mm spacer.
I am not sure what Marc is using right now to be honest.....
Where is the picture of his car?
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Overall result:
1: Marc Rheinhard
2. Andrew Moore
3: Masami Hirosaka
4: Teemu Leino
5: Viktor Wilck
6: Hubert Hönigl
7: Atsushi Hara
8: David Spashett
9: Ronald Völker
10: Jilles Groskamp

Fastest laptime of the race: Viktor Wilck, Xray T2

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Well, from what I've heard, is that quite a lot of the drivers racing with Futaba had troubles (glitches). And these drivers are Hara, Surikarn and Joel. Mayby this has influenced the result.
Wow! That really sucks!
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