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Old 02-26-2004, 11:38 AM   #9826
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it takes A LOT of snow to keep me home from anywhere, even working...lol...I'm a yankee in the south...I know snow ImG inRCn
Ha ha i am too... i'm from Buffalo. :P
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Old 02-26-2004, 11:55 AM   #9827
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what kind you got I have a fuji 3800 fine pix 6X optical zoom 3.2 mega pixels
fuji also.. fine pix 2600? its the little pudgy one. looks like the minolta D1 dimage. 2.1 megapixels. but the lighting in my workshop is flourescent so combined with the flash.. throws off the color on cars.
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Old 02-26-2004, 11:55 AM   #9828
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Ha ha i am too... i'm from Buffalo. :P
You all measure snow by the foot and not by inches...
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Old 02-26-2004, 11:56 AM   #9829
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fuji also.. fine pix 2600? its the little pudgy one. looks like the minolta D1 dimage. 2.1 megapixels. but the lighting in my workshop is flourescent so combined with the flash.. throws off the color on cars.
I have an HP 3.2 MPs...not bad for the price...
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Old 02-26-2004, 11:58 AM   #9830
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anyone running rc4less bearings in their cuda?

johnny55..dont you have acer in yours? id like to know someone can feel a difference between the two companies.

i think i can get my free spin up to 20-25 seconds or more with ceramics.

let me know what you guys think.
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Old 02-26-2004, 12:03 PM   #9831
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anyone running rc4less bearings in their cuda?

johnny55..dont you have acer in yours? id like to know someone can feel a difference between the two companies.

i think i can get my free spin up to 20-25 seconds or more with ceramics.

let me know what you guys think.
I have Acer's new Super Polyamide Sealed Bearings on the way. Steve doesn't have any aftermarket bearings for my car yet and needed them pretty quick. I couldn't beat the price. Can't afford 110+ for bearings right now and these are better than stock. These are 59.99
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Old 02-26-2004, 12:04 PM   #9832
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anyone running rc4less bearings in their cuda?

johnny55..dont you have acer in yours? id like to know someone can feel a difference between the two companies.

i think i can get my free spin up to 20-25 seconds or more with ceramics.

let me know what you guys think.
im running rc4less ceramics and they are much smoother then acer for as they have the metal shields which helps .
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Old 02-26-2004, 12:07 PM   #9833
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super polymide? stock bearings with just different seals?

im thinking of doing the rc4less, Ko Racer.. do you know how much they cost? id like to get a set but get a few extras for the wheels.

if they're good. i might get a set for my surikarn EvoIII (if no one buys it)
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Old 02-26-2004, 12:09 PM   #9834
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a fellow racer has them in his car and they spin very nice and for a long time. Smooth. Like I said, ceramics are out of price range a for a few weeks. Had an unexpected vet bill last weekend and they are expensive
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R2 onwer:What size is the front hub knuckle bearing or front axle bearing? Thank
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super polymide? stock bearings with just different seals?

im thinking of doing the rc4less, Ko Racer.. do you know how much they cost? id like to get a set but get a few extras for the wheels.

if they're good. i might get a set for my surikarn EvoIII (if no one buys it)
The R2 kit which I got and used on the R3 was $110.00 +SH
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R2 onwer:What size is the front hub knuckle bearing or front axle bearing? Thank
The ole manual says there 1060 hope that helps ya
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super polymide? stock bearings with just different seals?

im thinking of doing the rc4less, Ko Racer.. do you know how much they cost? id like to get a set but get a few extras for the wheels.

if they're good. i might get a set for my surikarn EvoIII (if no one buys it)
Chris, can't compare cause Iv'e never ran RC4less bearings but the Acers I liked ok. The only thing I blew a bearing in the front knuckle I think because of a bent front tire. other than that they're ok but Ill probebly go with RC4less on my other cuda.
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The ole manual says there 1060 hope that helps ya
Yes, 10x6x3. I blew one out also. Expensive even for a standard bearing... $8!
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eek! luckily i have 4 extras for the wheel bearings.. they're the same size as the yokomo mini bearings....

mike.. are you running ceramics? btw. you going to rcheat?
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