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Old 04-19-2007, 09:29 AM   #61
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Interesting project. Somebody posted a full picture of the car on the Russian Forum, which i have uploaded to the Red RC server which you can see here .
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Old 04-19-2007, 09:33 AM   #62
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Looking at that pic, it has a hell of a lot of lead in the front of it. I hope my resize still shows the details, for the original size was too big to upload. I also brightened it up some since the original was dark to the point of not being able to see detail much.
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Old 04-19-2007, 09:33 AM   #63
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A previous prototype from Babitch Oleg (who else could that be ?)can be seen on www.overrc.com.

great swiss website.

go to : "archives "> "protoypes et réalisations personnelles", if you're not too dumb you should find it. There is also an interview of the designer (in english) .

the HRes picture still doesn't show us the 90 degrees thing....c'mon, we want some more !!
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Old 04-19-2007, 09:41 AM   #64
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Looking at that pic, it has a hell of a lot of lead in the front of it. I hope my resize still shows the details, for the original size was too big to upload. I also brightened it up some since the original was dark to the point of not being able to see detail much.
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that is alot of lead in the front
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Old 04-19-2007, 09:51 AM   #65
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that is alot of lead in the front
I think because car's weight is under 1500g in 6 cell configuration (Oleg said).
Lead can be installed anywhere.
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Old 04-19-2007, 10:30 AM   #66
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What does this car use for dampening?
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I think Josh cyrul made a car 5-6 years ago that had a similar front suspension. Looks like its based on 12th scale wizardry
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What does this car use for dampening?
Special type shocks.
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based on KGB nuclear damping system ))))))))))))) That is one of secrets, Matt ;-)
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Hit on the head, shaft with a BD mounted style motor layout. Lot of extra moving parts in the gearing department.
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Hit on the head, shaft with a BD mounted style motor. Lot of extra moving parts in the gearing department.
It is better to calculate efficiency of belt and gears. After everything will be clear.
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It is better to calculate efficiency of belt and gears. After everything will be clear.
Play on playa.
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It is better to calculate efficiency of belt and gears. After everything will be clear.
ashaft car is not necessarily more efficient than a belt car
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The upper arm setup is similar to what trinity used on there old pan cars.. I wonder if it uses pan car springs with the blade sway bar setup..

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"Solid" lower arms? Who cares; check out that steering system! Talk about a heavily modified concept.
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