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Old 04-19-2007, 09:54 PM   #91
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I check previous photo again, the motor-shaft-90deg-gearbox is indeed on right side of chassis. Interesting stuff, like to see how it designed.
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WTF! That Reflex Touring car has a modified Losi XX or XXT chassis!
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Old 04-20-2007, 02:02 AM   #93
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Don't be. It's a leg pull.
In soviet Russia, leg pulls you.. !!!!
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Old 04-20-2007, 12:02 PM   #94
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Let's give the ruskies a chance. Only thing that comes from that side of the planet is good vodka and caviar<----if thats what you are into. If a decent tourer comes out that lends a totally different concept as to what we've grown accustomed to seeing, lets give it a fair shake. If it does well, kudos to them; if it crashes and burns, well, somebody will be headed to the gulag or siberia.
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Looks to me almost like a home built car, the diffs are from associated (pretty sure), antenna mount xray, front upper bumper xray, the hubs all the way around almost look like xray aluminum rear uprights, the upper a arm is a couple of shumacher turnbuckles, lower arms look like xray, etc...
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Old 04-20-2007, 12:46 PM   #96
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all these parts are for the prototype!! they'll produce all products by them self after the dampers are patented.

rc-car-net editorial office devision told that they'll soonest start in october/november. more news in a few weeks.
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Ok Ok, no need to get all worked up and start using exclamation points. Acutally with a little work it could easily have 4 wheel steering, very interesting
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No Shocks, sideways mounted motor in a shaft car. This thing is the work of the Devil!! It's evil I tell you...EVIL!
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It's opening ceremony of Russian Cup 2007.
Well heck...no wonder the car did so well. Two of the cars in that pic don't even have chassis'. I know there are some poor folk in Russia but...
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What is the white disk like object next to the motor ? Spur ?
Why is it there ?
It's hard to tell from the picture how the motor can drive the shaft.
Can you tell how's the steering work ?
And, how to mount shocks ?

Is this car for real, or it's just a joke ?
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cant tell but the shocks may be mounted like a M18, inboard
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Is this car for real, or it's just a joke ?
Absolutely real.
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Exactly, if you are not using the sides of the spur gear, what is it there for? Unless you set screw the output shaft directly from the motor, into something that goes through a series of gears, including a 90 degree transfer, to another output shaft, going to a tradional spur, in the traditional manner.


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Exactly, if you are not using the sides of the spur gear, what is it there for? Unless you set screw the output shaft directly from the motor, into something that goes through a series of gears, including a 90 degree transfer, to another output shaft, going to a tradional spur, in the traditional manner.


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Yes, I too was wondering about that. You will also notice that the motor is too close to the spur gear, how did they fit the other gears between the motor and the spur gear. And wouldn't all the gears needed to do the 90degree transfer, etc defeat the supposed efficiency of the shaft drive?
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What is the white disk like object next to the motor ? Spur ?
Why is it there ?
It's hard to tell from the picture how the motor can drive the shaft.
Can you tell how's the steering work ?
And, how to mount shocks ?

Is this car for real, or it's just a joke ?
Yes, the car is real and you see the spur ))
As for shocks - even when you see the real car, you won't guess at the moment where it is, because it doesn't looks like a shocks you used to see in every touring car.
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