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Old 04-25-2007, 09:45 AM   #121
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Okay then is he using something like a flex drive similar to a Dremel tool for the 90? Is the dampening separate of the springs? If so, is he using leaf springs?
I also wondered about flex drive, I see it in boats a lot. That way the alignment of Motor-shaft-prop don't have to be exactly perfect.
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Old 04-25-2007, 09:54 AM   #122
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interesting prototype.
Best thing I can guess is that there is some sort of spring/dampening system in the Diff outdrives?
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Old 05-05-2007, 11:52 AM   #123
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in the background we can see a chassis, maybe it can give us an idea of the specs of this mysterious car...
You can find the new information here:
http://rcauto.spb.ru/forum/index.php...pic=1337&st=20

http://rcauto.spb.ru/forum/index.php...e=post&id=3644
http://rcauto.spb.ru/forum/index.php...e=post&id=3645
http://rcauto.spb.ru/forum/index.php...e=post&id=3646
http://rcauto.spb.ru/forum/index.php...e=post&id=3647
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Old 05-05-2007, 03:09 PM   #124
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so now its a belt drive?!!?

what happened to the magical pinion link?

smells a bit fishy
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Old 05-05-2007, 03:28 PM   #125
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Where's the suspension?
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Old 05-05-2007, 03:55 PM   #126
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Where's the suspension?
Shocks removed on photo with belt drive.
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Old 05-05-2007, 03:57 PM   #127
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can someone actually post the picstures i cant view them for some reason
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Old 05-05-2007, 06:55 PM   #128
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Here are those pictures, they were RAR compressed.
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The prototype car is on the winning pace-img_4009_small.jpg   The prototype car is on the winning pace-img_4010_small.jpg   The prototype car is on the winning pace-img_4011_small.jpg   The prototype car is on the winning pace-img_4015_small.jpg  
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Old 05-05-2007, 07:37 PM   #129
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I will stick with my X-Ray, you can use all the X-Ray parts you want, but it will never be as good as the origional
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What happened to the shaft Yeah I'll stick with my 007
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According to the primary source (russian forum) this sample has been made for tests and comparison of new suspension only.
Completely prepared chassis weight is 460 gr.

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....you can use all the X-Ray parts you want, but it will never be as good as the origional
T2 007 is great car but this suspension is faster on track now.
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According to the primary source (russian forum) this sample has been made for tests and comparison of new suspension only.
Completely prepared chassis weight is 460 gr.


T2 007 is great car but this suspension is faster on track now.

Well that may be the case, but i think most people are interested in having a look at the suspension and the gearbox... so come on post a few pics
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I remember a guy from the Chicago area actually built a car around similar ideas as this car. He used 4 spring steel arms--similar material to the pan car t bars silva sells- and 1/12 dampner tubes. I don't remeber what camber and caster system he used, but i think it was like this car, as he was a Trinity driver. I thought he used Schumacher hubs, since the old hubs were vertical pivot ball. HPI drive train too. I know he ran it at Cleveland, but I can't remember how he did. It makes sense that something like this could work, though I would bet it is even better on foam.
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Old 05-07-2007, 08:15 AM   #135
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It is translated from Russian forum:
http://rcauto.spb.ru/forum/index.php...opic=1337&st=0

Spring/dampening system features:

- Fast and simple smooth adjustment of shock-absorbers parameters over a wide range without change of oil and springs.
- An possibility of asymmetric action (compression resistance is 3 times less than resistance of a release on an existing sample)
- practically zero wearing and oil leaking
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