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Old 06-11-2004, 06:48 AM
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Old 06-11-2004, 08:19 AM
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Old 06-11-2004, 10:34 AM
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Hey Dave,

are we ever going to see that new bodyshell masterpiece you've been brewing over there in J Land???????

Got my new shells back from the paint shop tonight

I like them too, all painted, no stickers I just wish I could do that

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Nice I like green headlights Maybe would have had a colour on the rear instead of white, but still very nice, I like the R2 on the front

I think Dave's lost the ability to use a digital camera either that or he's busy working
HEHE, just in the middle of searching for an old picture in this thread when I came across these couple of posts (from 10-24-2003) , feels like deja vou
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Old 06-11-2004, 10:41 AM
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ok, I can't find it, Gazza do you have a pic of your cuda with a small fan mounted on it?
anyone elses photo's would be helpful too.
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Guys, I have some cuda parts for sale if anyone is interested. Alum shaft holders, set of springs, alum. hubs, etc. Check out the classified section.
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Old 06-11-2004, 11:40 AM
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Originally posted by Herminator
ok, I can't find it, Gazza do you have a pic of your cuda with a small fan mounted on it?
anyone elses photo's would be helpful too.
Here is a pic of my Cuda with the fan on it. Oh by the way I don't have that front plastic cover on the diff case anymore. I just took it off and used some nice blue 1mm spacers since I don't have the short steering posts on. Might order them but those blue spacers are so small you can't even tell the differance.
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Old 06-12-2004, 12:41 AM
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How free is the drivetrain on your R3's? Also, just want to make sure I didn't misplace them, I didn't find any droop screws in the kit, and the manual does not call for them either.
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Old 06-12-2004, 01:20 AM
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How free is the drivetrain on your R3's?

Once the gears get broken in it should be supper free. I filed mine down a bit. The Droop screws were not in my kit but if you order the TI screw kit from SPeedTech they are included.
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Old 06-12-2004, 03:47 AM
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Well I got my new titanium offset pillow balls. I must say they are very nice. I set them up to take out as much toe in as possible and then I have on the Xenon rear hubs on. I checked my toe in now and I have 2 degrees per side which is what I normally run on all my touring cars. Now at least I can add or take away as needed.
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HEHE, just in the middle of searching for an old picture in this thread when I came across these couple of posts (from 10-24-2003) , feels like deja vou
Hey Pete You have some stuff in the mail

I think that you will like it No pic`s ...just post them when you get it
trust me it`s that good
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Old 06-12-2004, 05:01 PM
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good to hear
now I have the annoying wait for the postie
PM me the tracking number if there is one please, as I'll be here there and everywhere this week
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Originally posted by Herminator
good to hear
now I have the annoying wait for the postie
PM me the tracking number if there is one please, as I'll be here there and everywhere this week
OK will do I put a few Extra goodies in there for you too
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Old 06-12-2004, 05:46 PM
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not another blue brick I hope
I've used it twice now, boy is it weird driving with it in.
Forces you to be smooth since it's so poor on power, makes great packs of cells feel like 2 year old practise packs lining up on the grid is easier though
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Originally posted by Herminator
not another blue brick I hope
I've used it twice now, boy is it weird driving with it in.
Forces you to be smooth since it's so poor on power, makes great packs of cells feel like 2 year old practise packs lining up on the grid is easier though
Nope not a blue brick ...something that you might be able to use

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