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Old 11-06-2006, 09:52 AM   #721
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Bobylou,
I transfered my setup from the T2 and tha car was very fast.

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RCAmerica or anyone in the know....

Any word yet on the EU spec making it to the US?
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Old 11-06-2006, 02:08 PM   #723
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RCAmerica or anyone in the know....

Any word yet on the EU spec making it to the US?
We recevied notice today that the kits shipped. If all goes normal, 2 weeks to the dealers.

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Old 11-06-2006, 02:10 PM   #724
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We recevied notice today that the kits shipped. If all goes normal, 2 weeks to the dealers.

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Hey John you need to get the RCAmerica Avatar next to your name on here...you looking a little plain

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Old 11-06-2006, 03:30 PM   #725
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We recevied notice today that the kits shipped. If all goes normal, 2 weeks to the dealers.

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Thanks!. We have the money just sitting in the bank waiting for the call. My son is anxious to upgrade from the '05
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Old 11-06-2006, 05:55 PM   #726
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You guys have it all wrong... just buy a LiPo pack which fit and you don't have to worry about the filing

BTW what is the diameter of that grinding disc?

Are you sure? I just tried putting the 3200 in mine and it won't fit. How much grinding do you have to do? Anyone have a picture of it fitting?
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Old 11-06-2006, 06:02 PM   #727
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Are you sure? I just tried putting the 3200 in mine and it won't fit. How much grinding do you have to do? Anyone have a picture of it fitting?
You can not have the battery retainer(plastic do dads) on the car with the 3200.
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I don't have the plastic pieces in. I tried it before I even started to put it together.

I have a 007 carpet spec kit just opened that I am selling for $375 shipped. Add 3% for paypal.
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Bobylou,
I transfered my setup from the T2 and the car was very fast.

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I don't have the plastic pieces in. I tried it before I even started to put it together.

I have a 007 carpet spec kit just opened that I am selling for $375 shipped. Add 3% for paypal.
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I don't have the plastic pieces in. I tried it before I even started to put it together.

I have a 007 carpet spec kit just opened that I am selling for $375 shipped. Add 3% for paypal.
I just tried the 3200 and it's a not happening. The rear bulk head would need to be ground down to fit it in there. That sucks!
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Nah, just looked that way.
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One note for guys out there with the graphite battery strap and 4200 batteries. I noticed today while finishing the 007 that the battery strap was very tight. This can be a big issue if there is no play in the battery strap because it can cause tweak in the chassis. It dawned on me the newer cells are larger in diameter then the older 3800's. To fix the problem I simply put a 1mm spacer under the battery strap posts.
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I just tried the 3200 and it's a not happening. The rear bulk head would need to be ground down to fit it in there. That sucks!

I sure hope thats not the case for the EU addition...
It is a thiner chassis and the bulkheads aren't lower than the cells like the US version...
You might need to mill out some material on the US versions chassis to get those 3200's in there, seems that the countersunk bulkheads has been the culprit in this case..
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Hi Guys Im fianally got in the 1990s and got internet in my house, so i will be on here a good bit now.

Chris Chavez, as far as i know my rubber tire car in vegas was a stock 007 eu kit. granted with a few set up changes. i have not recieved the kit in a box yet so i am not totally sure what arms and caster blocks will come with it . i think that it would have standard arms with 4 deg caster and if that is the case it would be the same thing i ran. the foam kit has the x-hard arms in it which are better for foam than rubber for sure.
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