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Old 11-29-2006, 07:19 PM   #256
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CRC should be commended on a great kit. Now if they would just get rid of this black and white assembly manual... give us some glossy color.
Read the last page of the black\white instruction manual. You need to send the form in so CRC can send you the instruction booklet once it's ready.
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Old 11-29-2006, 08:24 PM   #257
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Hey guys...Im building my kit now and i think i ran into a little problem.I'm putting together the rear axle/diff, and it seems that the spur gear is too thin,or the diff rings are too thick.Has anyone else ran into this problem?Any help would be appreciated.Thanks-Steve
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Old 11-29-2006, 08:28 PM   #258
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The car looks awesome, and I would love to get one. Only gripe is that the QC from CRC is pretty bad with this first batch. My LHS got 5 cars in and 4 of them had parts or screws missing. One of them was missing diff balls. 4 out of 5...man that's really really bad QC! Hope the next batch won't be like that.
ya i was missing some things too but its cool,there working so hard to get the cars out so i don't really care,and the new book ya when ever,and the set screws brass not for me thx, the car is sweet but one thing the front lower arms do you think there a little to hard and break easy
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Old 11-29-2006, 08:32 PM   #259
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Hey guys...Im bilding my kit now and i think i ran into a little problem.I'm putting together the rear axle/diff, and it seems that the spur gear is too thin,or the diff rings are too thick.Has anyone else ran into this problem?Any help would be appreciated.Thanks-Steve
what is it doing, is the spur wobbly.if so its meant to do this.
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Old 11-29-2006, 09:26 PM   #260
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I found my mistake....For some reason looking the the very detailed manual...I accidentally put the balls on the inside holes of the spur gear instead of the outside holes...haha
rookie mistake..
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Old 11-29-2006, 10:05 PM   #261
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I found my mistake....For some reason looking the the very detailed manual...I accidentally put the balls on the inside holes of the spur gear instead of the outside holes...haha
rookie mistake..
LOL i did this a very long time ago.
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Old 11-30-2006, 09:19 AM   #262
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Default How to use IRS ride height adjusters in the Gen X

Tips on using IRS ride height adjusters in the Gen X:
http://www.teamcrc.com/crc/modules.p...article&sid=55

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Old 11-30-2006, 10:42 AM   #263
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did the new generation X offer to run asphalt too?
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Is the red Gen X shock spring softer than the copper that comes in the kit??
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Is the red Gen X shock spring softer than the copper that comes in the kit??
Pretty sure it's a gold spring that comes in the kits. The red is second stiffest of the lot, copper are the stiffest of all.

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what tires come with the kit ?
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High Roller Purple fronts and Grey rears.
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gary if you bought a new car instead fo taking old scraps you would know the new car only comes with 4-40 set screws and the alum. spring things
If the people I painted bodies for had REAL JOBS I could charge them money for paint jobs. But since they are R/C racing bums, the only payment they can offer is used R/C equipment or sexual favors.

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Well I'm waiting patiently for Gen X to be re-stocked in the stores (pretty much sold out nationwide..and definitely within 2hour radius of where I'm located right now)... maybe it's better that i missed the first batch if there are QC issues... there will be more in about a week and a half hopefully
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No QC issues with the first shipment!!!

Did brake a front arm on second outing. Received the parts today!!

Thanks Ashford Hobby!!!
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