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Old 01-15-2004, 06:34 PM   #5941
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Randman you think you know everthing but my 1/12 is2.5mm and my tc is 3mm, Im also trying to get the 1/12 in prodution and no need for the tc chassie because the new one should be realy good..
That's what I'm talking bout!! Sup Chris congrats on the good run @ da Novak race!

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I want o get that yokomo titanium screw set, and it looks like I will need to get some countersunk washers. Does anybody have recomendations on where to get some blue ones?
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I want o get that yokomo titanium screw set, and it looks like I will need to get some countersunk washers. Does anybody have recomendations on where to get some blue ones?
I think that every hobby shop I've ever been to has had countersunk washers...
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Old 01-15-2004, 08:41 PM   #5944
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I want o get that yokomo titanium screw set, and it looks like I will need to get some countersunk washers. Does anybody have recomendations on where to get some blue ones?
To be more specific...Racer's Edge makes a blue countersunk washer. They are very well priced too. Try to find a LHS that carries their products and you're set. Also, MANY other companies make countersunk washers as well. Just have a look around.
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Ofna has 20 washers for 8 bucks, havent found anyone to beat that.
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sigmund and sosidge, thanks for your help!

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Old 01-16-2004, 12:47 AM   #5947
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Anyone from here going to the ROAR carpet champs in Stockton in March? I'm guessing Matt and Mo..
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I want o get that yokomo titanium screw set, and it looks like I will need to get some countersunk washers. Does anybody have recomendations on where to get some blue ones?

No you don't, the yokomo Ti screw set has exactly the same screws as the kit. He just put different ones on his car.
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Old 01-16-2004, 02:17 AM   #5949
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So, you get another servo saver assembly, trim the ear off where the servo connects and put it on the non servo saver side... No more slop...

That's a great idea !
I will try that if I can have the pieces !


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Are you coming in Geneva this week-end ?
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'Sup Coyote?

Yes, I 'll be in Geneva tomorrow for the championship's first round, in the 12turn class... Which class will you run in?

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Yes, I 'll be in Geneva tomorrow for the championship's first round, in the 12turn class... Which class will you run in?[/B]
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Hopefully, I'll have the parts for the "2 save servo" modification posted above to get rid (at least decrease) the steering slop of the (my) Yok

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ANYONE KNOW WHERE ELSE I CAN GET SOME EXCEL DELFRIN DIFF JOINT OTHER THEN FROM SPEEDTECH


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ohbrad: I'd try rainbow ten...
http://www.rainbowten.co.jp/english/index.html

Coyote: sounds good... see you tomorrow in the mod class then. I'm kind of anxious, I haven't run mod for quite a while... not sure I can handle the power anymore... we'll see that on the track tomorrow

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Anyone from here going to the ROAR carpet champs in Stockton in March? I'm guessing Matt and Mo..
Randman,
I think that i'm going. I will probably run stock though.
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Hi OHBRAD,
Found here (I think it's in Japan, don't know stock status)

http://www.powers-international.com/...ex-english.htm
http://www.powers-international.com/...xcel/ey001.htm

As the manufacterer (http://www.rc-excel.jp) is japanese, it's hard to find in google
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