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Old 02-02-2004, 11:57 AM   #6481
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I'll try a couple different electronics setups and see if anything works.

Ramon - Did you bulk order those Ferrite things, you could propably get some good money for them I'd think.

One more problem, I'm trying to find a place with MIP CVD's in stock for the car, but having some bad luck, anyone know who stocks em?
yea...bought them in bulk... very cheap...I'll pm you the link and info...

I had a set of the MIPs... but sold it..... Stormer might have it.
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Old 02-02-2004, 12:37 PM   #6482
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Just finished making an interactive setup sheet for the CGM. It is now up on my website. www.mo-net.ws . Enjoy.
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Randman : place your receiver on the side so that the XTal is horizontal, it helps a lot...
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Old 02-02-2004, 01:15 PM   #6484
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Just finished making an interactive setup sheet for the CGM. It is now up on my website. www.mo-net.ws . Enjoy.
busy at work I see
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Old 02-02-2004, 02:01 PM   #6485
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busy at work I see
Allways. LOL Hopefully the car will be here tomorrow.
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Old 02-02-2004, 02:05 PM   #6486
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Wow, the setup sheet has been on there for a little over 1 hour and my daily 1gb of bandwidth has already been used up. LOL
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Wow, the setup sheet has been on there for a little over 1 hour and my daily 1gb of bandwidth has already been used up. LOL
Can you post it here?
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Old 02-02-2004, 03:17 PM   #6488
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I have 3 pairs of Square Ti dogbones before. The coupler could not fit in them. I thought they are defected. So, I bought 4 brand new Yokomo Alumn. dogbones and they all have same problem. What should I do? Are they defected? Anybody have this problem?

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Old 02-02-2004, 04:08 PM   #6489
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Mo - I talked to Robert Itoh and he said I'd actually have to buy 3 pairs of the Yokomo MR4TC universals because the front universals are too short, or too long or something, but they need the rear bone. Did you get a direct fit, or did you have to do the same thing. I want to try a CVD (which I cant find) or a MR4TC universal...
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Randman, all you have to do to the universals is grind down "ball" on the end of the bone so that it is almost down to the pin. I posted a picture some time ago. I'll have to see if I can find it.

Headbanger, it's a 1mb .pdf file, so it's too big to upload to here, I believe.
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Randman, all you have to do to the universals is grind down "ball" on the end of the bone so that it is almost down to the pin. I posted a picture some time ago. I'll have to see if I can find it.

Headbanger, it's a 1mb .pdf file, so it's too big to upload to here, I believe.
So you do only need 2 pairs then correct?
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I found the picture. http://www.rctech.net/forum/attachme...&postid=559775

Yes, you only need 2 pair. ZS-010FH & ZS-010RH I believe are the numbers.
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Sweet, thank you for the help there. I just talked to Steve at Speedtech, and he explained what I had to do as well. But anyway I got a couple pairs ordered for me, so I'll start using them, hope they are as good as you guys say
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They work great. I've been running the ones in my car now for about 4 months.
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They work great. I've been running the ones in my car now for about 4 months.
Cool, I'm sure I'll like em. Do you use the o-ring in the 1 way drive cup with them?
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