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Old 03-25-2004, 06:24 AM   #7666
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have you guys tried Niki's main driveshaft?
It's very light(7g) and looks great.
I got them by mistake as Niki was supposed to send me driveshafts-aka CVD bones(or at least that's what i thought was supposed to be)
Oh well.
wat brand is Niki's?? any webby?
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Old 03-25-2004, 11:54 AM   #7667
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Try driving round things instead of into them

We hav had this conversation about SD parts and its now boring.
They arent fragile
Not fragile whatever i can drive without hitting things sorry you're so convinced about the durability of the car not my fault you can't handle the truth or difference of opinion uk

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Old 03-25-2004, 12:22 PM   #7668
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Firstly, why dont you think about using some punctuation in your posts so that people can actually read them

Secondly, If you had bothered looking through this thread you would see that the fragile problem has been solved for months. Yokomo have released new re-designed parts to stop the breakages and these are now being used with much success.

So why bother posting this complaint onto the thread when quite clearly it has been addressed. Why you feel the need to tell people to get a TC3 is beyond me. No car is unbreakable, I know of many people who have broken TC3's and every other type of car for that matter. I also know many people who have large accidents with kit standard SD's and have no breakages!

I dont feel it was nessacary for you to post what you did on the thread, maybe you should go and talk about your TC3 instead of giving us you 'knowledge' on SD's which is clearly limited!



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Old 03-25-2004, 02:43 PM   #7669
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Old 03-25-2004, 02:46 PM   #7670
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I use Ko 2343 servo. The turnbuckle is touching the servo. Anybody have this problem? See yellow circle in pic.
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Old 03-25-2004, 02:49 PM   #7671
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I use Ko 2343 servo. The turnbuckle is touching the servo. Anybody have this problem? See pic yellow circle.
are those the stock servo/tranponder mounts? looks like from the EVO's... make sure they have the same mounting positions as stock.
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Old 03-25-2004, 02:55 PM   #7672
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That is for evo, but they are same size.
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Old 03-25-2004, 02:58 PM   #7673
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That is for evo, but they are same size.
size may be the same...but is the mounting holes on the mounts the same?..

you can try putting a washer under the center ball to raise it up slightly...
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I use Ko 2343 servo. The turnbuckle is touching the servo. Anybody have this problem? See yellow circle in pic.
Yes,I had the problem.
what I did is shaved the servo box where is part of touching the turnbuckle.
I hope it helps.
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size may be the same...but is the mounting holes on the mounts the same?..
you can try putting a washer under the center ball to raise it up slightly...
Yes, the mounting holes are same.

Haven't thought of it. I'll try that. Thanks for the tip.
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I tried the "Masamisteeringlinkposition" on my CGM for about 20 minutes ago. I took a camberlink and 2 RPM ballcups and mounted it like masami did on his CGM.
The only real change in the steering i could notice was that the right wheel got a sick big play..
The standard position looks like the best position for the "regular" people
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Old 03-25-2004, 03:05 PM   #7677
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Yes,I had the problem.
what I did is shaved the servo box where is part of touching the turnbuckle.
I hope it helps.
I was thinking to do that, but I don't like to cut or shave servo.
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Old 03-25-2004, 04:34 PM   #7678
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From what race?
Not sure what race it was (If it was a race at all), but it was at this track ..
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Old 03-25-2004, 04:39 PM   #7679
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The link doesnt work for me
Doesnt seem to be working..


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I tried the "Masamisteeringlinkposition" on my CGM for about 20 minutes ago. I took a camberlink and 2 RPM ballcups and mounted it like masami did on his CGM.
The only real change in the steering i could notice was that the right wheel got a sick big play..
The standard position looks like the best position for the "regular" people

There is more to this modification though... I will try and post pictures later..
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The link did work like 2 days ago but it stoped working yesterday. maybe someone taht knows japanese could maybe go to the site and look to see if they moved that page or sumthing.
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