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Old 07-09-2006, 07:54 AM   #31
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The oneways are more tricky to drive under braking and some people prefer a standard diff..you need to try and find what suits you best.
Do you have a pic of the car?..
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Old 07-09-2006, 09:59 AM   #32
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Old 07-09-2006, 10:57 AM   #33
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new Academy STR4 PRO2 option Carbon Battery Strap and carbon rear damper stay.

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Old 07-09-2006, 02:53 PM   #34
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thanks everyone for the advice! Tim is supposed to call me monday and i'll let him know which car i have so we can get it right for on-road. There are no indoor tracks in North AL that I know of but I've been out of racing for about 5 years so I'm playing catch up right now......so everyone is saying stay away from a one way for starters?

If you can get a diff for the rear you can run the car with the locked front diff (called a spool in RC talk ). On certain tracks a spool is quite preferred to a oneway or a diff - you will have fantastic brakes with a spool and won't loose much on turn in and will gain in corner and exit speed. Warning though - if you run a spool on a track with solid barriers and you hit things you will tend to break more things. The diff you have will only be suitable to run as a spool if it's the heavy duty (metal) one. The plastic one will not be strong enough as a spool.

Some of the modern Touring Car kits come with a front spool as standard equipment.
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Old 07-09-2006, 04:30 PM   #35
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Default dailband and graphite pieces??

Are those for the 1/10 nitro or the str 4 pro II ?? I havent even gotten word on the towers yet! I like the added holes however. I must be loosen out as a driver for Academy<LOL>.. I'll find out what the availabilty is on the towers. I have the strap already just not the towers. Thanks for the picks dailband....way to go!

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Are those for the 1/10 nitro or the str 4 pro II ??
I think those parts are for str 4 pro II.

Every parts will be available and there would be improved carbon parts later.

As far as I know, the improved carbon parts will be included in a new version of STR 4 pro II. I think the new version will be available sometime which I don't know when.

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Old 07-09-2006, 08:57 PM   #37
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Brushless Academy STR4 PRO2

sorry.. don't care about this image lol

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Doesn't look much like a STR4-Pro11 to me
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Looks like you posted the wrong pic there dailband..
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Default Just for comparison and ?

Here the older version of the Str like Atr4tigers has. His actual car is the first pic this is the way he recieved it. The last pic is the Str-4-Pro II brushless motor option kit.


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That brushless package looks the goods.
This is a perfect car for high power brushless.
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Has any one got an electronic version of the set up sheet for the STR4-Pro11 that you can post on here as an attachment or send me by email. If so I can post some setups on my site so we can start to share teh info a bit better.
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Are you talking about pdf file setup sheet??
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i have setup sheets on my other pc i think i will have a look
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STR4-Pro2 Setup Sheet

http://www.academy.co.kr/ssForum/att...Setupsheet.pdf


STR4-Pro2 Part list

http://www.academy.co.kr/ssForum/att..._Part_list.pdf
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