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Old 05-21-2005, 06:06 AM   #13592
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Old 05-21-2005, 06:19 AM   #13593
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Glad I have the Alum hinge pin blocks....Why would they sell that with the plastic ones?.....The BD came with the Alum.... Oh well I have them from the SD already....Looks like I will be selling my Rayspeed conversion once I get this.....hehehehe.....Heck I might have a complete car after this...Just need a couple diffs and I will have one for sale...Check at the end of the week LOL...
Hope the US version will be released on time...I believe that Yok USA got them yesterday....Hope Steve gets them Monday....Tuesday receive wendsday finish build....Thrusday get a good base setup....LOL sorry guys thinking and typing at the same time...Too early...
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Old 05-21-2005, 06:25 AM   #13594
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speedtechrc have some in stock now
http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...il.asp?id=5127 i think they had 4 when i checked.
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Old 05-21-2005, 06:32 AM   #13595
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Belay my last.
I just checked an email from Steve sent yesterday about an order....Thought it was something else....hmmmm
Monday recieve....Tuesday finish build...LOL
Glad I got mine....
Hope that it really performs well.
I am wondering if Masami will give up his SDW to move to this BAD BOY?
It looks to make all other shaft cars inadiquite....
Guess the next big battle will be HOW LOW CAN YOU GO...is there a too low CG for TC?
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Old 05-21-2005, 11:05 AM   #13596
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All I have to say:
Great car to build. All parts fit perfectly and nothing rubs or wobble around.

And there is plenty of space for your radio equipment.

Now... I just need a setup... Any starting point?

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Old 05-21-2005, 12:28 PM   #13597
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you got any pictures of it fully built, with electrics in it?

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All I have to say:
Great car to build. All parts fit perfectly and nothing rubs or wobble around.

And there is plenty of space for your radio equipment.

Now... I just need a setup... Any starting point?

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Body choices?

Hi all, some knowledge needed.

Going to be getting a new shell and have a choice of 3, a Yokomo D type Dodge, a Ride Stratus MK1 and Ride Stratus MK2. Does anyone have any experience or opinions on these shells? Do any of them have any particular characteristics?

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I like the MKII it handles great but sometimes it can make you skwerly.(spelling) I prefer the Rayspeed Accord the Ride Accord or the Mazda 6 all handle just about the same but the Rayspeed is what I prefer mostly. Very consistant and similar to the Mazda 6.
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Hey Shookie do you have a pic of your 'pit area' at home 'cause I want to see if yours is similar to mine ... -JB
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