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Old 10-03-2007, 04:42 AM
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Jason.. any news about setting guide?....
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Old 10-03-2007, 06:07 AM
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Jason.. any news about setting guide?....
Wow, I came onto RcTech this morning to ask the exact same question. Very interested in a DB12R Setup Guide or any 12th scale setup guide for that matter.
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Old 10-03-2007, 06:37 AM
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I will be making a setup guide shortly. It will be a general guide and some specific info for this car. I will have it on the website soon
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That will definately come in useful.
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That will definately come in useful.
yeah, randy could have used it. lol
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What setup??? I thought you were spose to throw it on the track and drive it!!
With Jason's help it looks good!!!

Thanks for the help Jason!!!!!
12th is looking good!!!!
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Originally Posted by redlion View Post
What setup??? I thought you were spose to throw it on the track and drive it!!
With Jason's help it looks good!!!

Thanks for the help Jason!!!!!
12th is looking good!!!!
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Why would you throw this car to the track?
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Old 10-03-2007, 11:15 AM
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I have a basic one here, but I am in the process of adding more info to it, including stuff related to the DB12r.

http://richardchang.com/hobby.php?topic=112setup

It's been translated into a couple other languages (including Japanese) by others but I'm not sure where those copies are posted online.

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Rich's guide for 1/12 (and the TC one) are EXCELLENT tools. I've got 'em both laminated and in my race-day kit.

If Rich were willing I'd offer that Jason would be saving a LOT of work if they consult on info specific to the DB, add that and use the existing excellent compilation Rich already has.
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Old 10-03-2007, 12:35 PM
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Hi Scottrik,

Thanks! Anyone is welcome to use and copy the info, so Jason is of course welcome to use it. I'm sure whatever list he already has is better than what I have anyways (knowing his quality of work).

The other day I found there are some other tips I found my cheat sheet was missing but now I can't remember what they were. I discovered it at the track so I guess this weekend when I am there I will have to write it down when I remember it again.

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thats real cool rich. I can add that to the list of things i will be putting in the book
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Why would you throw this car to the track?
He is kidding around.
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Ben,

I notice in the picture that your servo is mounted too far forward. Use the rear holes in the chassis for the servo mount when running the ballstuds off of the front of the servo saver. The forward holes are for if you mount them on the back of the servo saver.
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Just painted a body for the upcoming season, take a look
Attached Thumbnails BMI's DB12R-spideris_v07.jpg   BMI's DB12R-spideris_v07_2.jpg  
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Originally Posted by protc3 View Post
Ben,

I notice in the picture that your servo is mounted too far forward. Use the rear holes in the chassis for the servo mount when running the ballstuds off of the front of the servo saver. The forward holes are for if you mount them on the back of the servo saver.

what do you mean rear holes in the chassis? i only have 1 hole for each screw..
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