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A Belt Drive 4WD F1 Car ? From MLP!

Old 08-22-2006, 02:00 AM
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Yes a Belt Drive F1 4WD Car! Drive system taken from our touring car and Suspension parts from our F206 F1 and here we are A all new Design I am coming to get you Tamiya and F201 Owners !!!

There is also the New F207F1/Champ car Chassis. these are both going into prototype this week and I would like to have it out buy the end of the year!

If orders pick up here it could be even sooner!

We are taking Pre-Orders for this car Now! There will also be a New Indy Body. And maybe a New F1 Body

Now here is some info on it ok

First the 4WD car (F2002 F1)The all New F207 F1 RWD:

It will come in the same way as all of our other cars!

It can be ordered only as a Roller.

Now standard order stock diffs and pulleys arms and so on this is and will eat a Tamiya F201 and Maybe even have the MLP Pro II for dessert.

you will be able to order your car with a oneway diff and a stock diff

or a oneway diff stock diff and a center oneway.

or a oneway diff a solid diff and a oneway.

or add them to you order of the stock F207 F1!

The Suspension will be just like our F206F1 It will also use a touring car sway bar it helps in rear traction.

You will be able to run a 39 tooth(T) rear diff gear and a 39T(Solid Axle) to 36T gear front this will also help on High Traction Tracks along with the oneway front and oneway center.

ask Question if you want to know more about it ok.

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Old 08-22-2006, 02:31 AM
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Now, not to be a pain or anything, I would definitely buy one.. if you could do a straight pack version. From your drawings, looks like it could fit.. !
That car would be a killer.. definitely..
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Yes we can do one like this.

But now you need two sets of pulleys and post to get the belt clear of the servo. ok

I will be testing this car soon I will try both and keep you up to date.

But I feel it would be better in the other picture.

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Maybe you could stand the servo up in the straight side by side pack, would get it out of the way of the belts, not sure what height you have to play with though or how your steering is set up...

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Now, not to be a pain or anything, I would definitely buy one.. if you could do a straight pack version. From your drawings, looks like it could fit.. !
That car would be a killer.. definitely..
What was I thinking I did this car 2 years ago! It was on the website for a year and not one person asked about it.

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Maybe you could stand the servo up in the straight side by side pack, would get it out of the way of the belts, not sure what height you have to play with though or how your steering is set up...

Damon

Well I just checked it out and yes it would fit in the upright postion but it would hit the underside of the body and I would also need to redesign the steering hore and setup.

Great Idea man thanks but if I mount the servo in a laydown pistion but on the underside of the upper chassis it may clear so again Thank you.
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Well it was worth a shot!

I almost helped
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Originally Posted by fathead
Well it was worth a shot!

I almost helped
No It did help if this mounted on the underside of the upper plate was not to work out I will be able to do it the way you said so eather way its all Good!

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or move the motor to the rear of the spur gear, and put the motor where the motor sits today.
You put a long linkage and it makes servo mounting easier..
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Well then it would be this car~!

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Great, now I have to sell another vintage bike. Marty! I'm running out of motorcycles down here!
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Mxrich look just get some money up I will send you one of each of the 4 New cars F206F1 - D-Drive F1 - F2007 F1 (4wd) and the F207F1 (2wd) ok.

Test them keep the ones you want and send me the money ok and cars you are not going to keep ok.
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MXrich they are almost done the Cars are calling you!!!!
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Yes I know, once again the confusion sets in as to which path to take. 2wd,4wd,belt,direct,shaft,divorce,poverty,total racing bliss...what a world, what a world. If this was not so much fun I would just sit in the corner and try not to think about it .
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