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Old 01-23-2004, 01:23 PM   #9001
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rc4less... how much exactly? and how do they compare to acer?
rc4 less Grade 7 metal shield to acer grade 5 non metal shield

www.rc4less.com great guy to buy from!
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Old 01-23-2004, 01:25 PM   #9002
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you need to get you a set of ceramic from rc4less very nice and complete set
I was gonna try them out, need bearings for my 1/12 scale car... are they metal shielded, or a special shield?
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Old 01-23-2004, 01:28 PM   #9003
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I was gonna try them out, need bearings for my 1/12 scale car... are they metal shielded, or a special shield?
there metal wich makes them much smoother
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Old 01-23-2004, 01:31 PM   #9004
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there metal wich makes them much smoother
Yeah, I actually had to take the shield out of each of the Acer bearings, and remove a little material from the inside hole to make them spin free... pain in the ass.
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Yeah, I actually had to take the shield out of each of the Acer bearings, and remove a little material from the inside hole to make them spin free... pain in the ass.

man that is to much like work
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Hi Guys,

I just put on some of the Ti-Axles from Xenon Racing, and they are super light!!! All four axles weight less than 2 of the steel axles, definitely a big reduction on the rotating mass. I'll be trying them out tonight and I'll let you guys know how they hold up under race condition.

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I just put on some of the Ti-Axles from Xenon Racing, and they are super light!!! All four axles weight less than 2 of the steel axles, definitely a big reduction on the rotating mass. I'll be trying them out tonight and I'll let you guys know how they hold up under race condition.

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Sounds good. Any idea when you'll be getting more red aluminum shaft holders?
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man that is to much like work
Yeah, it was one of the biggest pain in the asses I've dealt with in a while...
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Steve - You gonna be at SoCal next week?
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I just put on some of the Ti-Axles from Xenon Racing, and they are super light!!! All four axles weight less than 2 of the steel axles, definitely a big reduction on the rotating mass. I'll be trying them out tonight and I'll let you guys know how they hold up under race condition.

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They are lovely and light aren't they
haven't seen any problems with mine since I put them in.
Along with aluminium drive shafts and delrin diff it's got to be one of the lightest drivetrains for any shaft drive
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i've been runnin a yokomo sd black for the past few months and am proud to say that i am the new owner of a barracuda r2 in purple

socal was great tonight !!!
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They are lovely and light aren't they
haven't seen any problems with mine since I put them in.
Along with aluminium drive shafts and delrin diff it's got to be one of the lightest drivetrains for any shaft drive

So true Herm I had one set in the front on the A-spec cuda I had
and super smooth and light weight . cant wait to get the R3 and have the TI on all four corners
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i've been runnin a yokomo sd black for the past few months and am proud to say that i am the new owner of a barracuda r2 in purple

socal was great tonight !!!
Glad to see you had a good time with the cuda and with steve close by that makes it easy come question time.
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