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Old 12-01-2003, 01:49 PM   #4996
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Old 12-01-2003, 02:29 PM   #4997
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Randman, that's very nice color !! I like it ! is that body painted by Robert?? looks like his job.

anyways,,,I have a question for you Randman, I just bought sway bars which are upper type just like Masami uses.
I tried to put them on my RS chassis, but it seems like impossible to put them since front shocks obstructed.
so,Randman,is your chassis all RS?? even shock mount tower? if so, How did you put them on it?? could you please tell me how to put the upper sway bar on RS chassis?
THANKS !!
The body is painted by Frank, he's not a really well known painter, just does it for friends. I am using all of the RS suspension pieces, but I did have to bend the front swaybar outward to get it to fit. I posted pics of it this morning...
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Old 12-01-2003, 02:30 PM   #4998
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Randman when do you get to run that Yoke? I'm interested to see how you like it vs. the first one you had.
I was going to run it tomorrow, but I came down with somethin, and am not feelin good at all. I do get my mill today, so I'll propably just be playin around with that
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Old 12-01-2003, 03:16 PM   #4999
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I was going to run it tomorrow, but I came down with somethin, and am not feelin good at all. I do get my mill today, so I'll propably just be playin around with that
Hope you feel better. I guess I will have to send some stuff to you to have it milled to perfection.
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The body is painted by Frank, he's not a really well known painter, just does it for friends. I am using all of the RS suspension pieces, but I did have to bend the front swaybar outward to get it to fit. I posted pics of it this morning...
I'm trying to bend the front anti-roll bar like you but I also saw that Kilruf have just changed the shock position (more inside, for both shock tower and arms).
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what's the diff between 90 serv. layout and standard.
besides having a little more space.
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what's the diff between 90 serv. layout and standard.
besides having a little more space.
better weight distribution.
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thanks ill try that but looks like the center stiffiner has to go
to make room for the servo layout.
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Old 12-01-2003, 04:37 PM   #5004
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Well ran the RS on carpet over the weekend. No tweak problems. I ran 2 upper decks. Car was pretty good turning some of the fastest lap times. I just wasn't all there hehe. Also had a Fantom Monster Stock fly apart during a qualifier. I guess they "over drilled" the armatures. Maybe I'll take it apart tonight and post some pics... hehe. I started with AE Purple Springs Front and Rear. But ended up switching the rears to Yok Orange and laying them down more. Cars okay. We'll see this weekend if I can't tune it some more.
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thanks ill try that but looks like the center stiffiner has to go
to make room for the servo layout.
I thought that, but just use a TB 3 servo mount and cut the servo case up it.

Anyway most drivers don't use the centre stiffener on asphalt.
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Old 12-01-2003, 06:32 PM   #5006
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thanks ill try that but looks like the center stiffiner has to go
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With the 90 degree servo layout you either have to cut off one ear of the servo or remove the center stiffener. If you remove the stiffener, the left ear of the servo should fit under the center shaft.
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Hi again,. no stock at speedtech, no stock at speedway hobbies, and one have any ideas, some are saying could be months away for new stock

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Hope you feel better. I guess I will have to send some stuff to you to have it milled to perfection.
I'm feeling better already now that I picked up my new mill This thing is sweet! Just gotta fine tune all of the adjustments.

I already milled a small flat spot into a B4 motor plate, came out perfect, I'm gonna love this thing
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I'm trying to bend the front anti-roll bar like you but I also saw that Kilruf have just changed the shock position (more inside, for both shock tower and arms).
You can position them more inward, but I like them outward for a more aggressive car.
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