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Old 08-30-2004, 12:03 AM   #9586
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Those are some great pics pops. I also saw the photos of the hurricane damage. The damage is pretty bad, especially the damage done to the driver stand.
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Old 08-30-2004, 02:30 AM   #9587
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but those two holes are much bigger than the three little ones in the #3's
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indeed they're bigger... the total open hole surface seems the same between #2's and #3's... so using the same oil should actually provide the same static (slow) dampening, but more pack on #3's... that's why I don't understand why you'd actually need a thicker oil...

Anyway, the yoke worked fine for me this weekend, although I broke my rear shock tower, and no spares... I had to put the dremeled one that was on the front back to the rear, find a way to attach the body mounts, but the front one back on, change shock location on the rear one to free up some space, and so on... weird car, but that still put me 7th in the A, in a national round, on a track that I'd never driven on before (well, 4 packs on saturday)... I still think the car is great!

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Awesome link bro, THANX

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has he got custom black and silver anodised bits?
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The main shaft is from Team Bomber. The motor plate maybe be from Hiro Factory. They make a black parts for the SD. They have a motor mount heat sink. But not sure if it's black.
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Old 08-30-2004, 07:32 PM   #9590
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The main shaft is from Team Bomber. The motor plate maybe be from Hiro Factory. They make a black parts for the SD. They have a motor mount heat sink. But not sure if it's black.
Just got a Team Bomber shaft and Team Suzuki Alloy Drive cups My car is almost complete
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Old 08-30-2004, 08:43 PM   #9591
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what's team bomber's website

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Not even sure if they have one. Got mine from RC-Champ in Japan.

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Old 08-31-2004, 02:58 AM   #9594
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pics of my CGM w/ the GStyle shafts
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Old 08-31-2004, 09:12 AM   #9595
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pics of my CGM w/ the GStyle shafts
Can't tell for sure from the pic but whose axle wheel hubs are those?

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The Blue alloy front wheel hubs are Speedmind.
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Default GGM to Rayspeed

Currently running a CGM and is thinking of buying a Rayspeed conversion. Would this be a straight conversion? thanks in advance.
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Currently running a CGM and is thinking of buying a Rayspeed conversion. Would this be a straight conversion? thanks in advance.
Yeap ! A straight one !

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The Blue alloy front wheel hubs are Speedmind.
you got a website for them

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They are actually speed racing. Precisionrc sells them for $16.00
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