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Old 12-31-2003, 09:08 AM   #136
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would be very nice to get the Riemon parts with it!
sent them an e-mail but the answered me that their products were only available trough them only for japanese customers...
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a conversion kit for the RS12G or the L3? or just an updated kit?
didn't find something official on HPI Japan....
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Old 01-19-2004, 03:22 AM   #138
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a conversion kit for the RS12G or the L3? or just an updated kit?
didn't find something official on HPI Japan....
According to following page , this kit are put on the market as a conversion kit of RC12L3(Or YRX-12). The pictures in this page are the contents included in a kit. Probably it is necessary to prepare Front arm etc. separately. It seems that it will be put on the market in Japan in February. Price is 15500Yen($144.70).


http://www.atsushihara.com/product/hammer12.htm
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Old 01-19-2004, 03:25 AM   #139
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Thank you so much Kiyano!
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Old 01-21-2004, 07:39 AM   #140
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Hey, a thread discussing the perfect design for a pancar! AllrighT!!

I've been looking into the designs of pancars a lot lately. I've built my own Asso mutant Pro ten Car. It's not 1/12th, 1/10th, but that's basically a 1/12th on steroids.
I've posted some pictures here:
http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...865#post615865

I have observed that most carpet 4 cell 1/12's use damper tubes, while asphalt cars seem to use the old disc damper.
I prefer either complete shocks (like Asso micro shocks) or tube dampers, because you can adjust forward and side traction seperately. Also when you use damper fluid on the friction plates it easily gets pushed out and it gets contaminated very quickly.

Hey Barry White, have you got an old Pro ten lying around? You would be a nice addition to the group of crazy racers I'm with running the Inter Club Competition (ICC) here in Holland and Germany. We might even race in Belgium in 2005!
We have some national top racers running with us, as well as racing team Viol from Germany, all racing and competing together in a very relaxed atmosphere.
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okay, after looking at pictures of this car, how does the rear stay straight? I can't see how it's mounted. Also, isn't there a lot of unsprun weight there, and aren't the batteries pushed forward with all of that rear suspension stuff between them and the pod? The car looks pretty cool...I wonder how it works.
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Old 01-21-2004, 08:20 AM   #142
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okay, after looking at pictures of this car, how does the rear stay straight? I can't see how it's mounted. Also, isn't there a lot of unsprun weight there, and aren't the batteries pushed forward with all of that rear suspension stuff between them and the pod? The car looks pretty cool...I wonder how it works.
it is written the chassis requires some "rear post" (or something like that) which are making the link between the blue plate and the chassis
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Old 01-21-2004, 08:28 AM   #143
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here is the translation


looks like they are 3 different spring rates included.


*February sale schedule

From the AH racing products which world championfield benevolence produces
1/12 on load racing cars "hammer 12" more and more become sale.
At the '03 JMRCA all the Japanese championships which were done first it is the place where also vivid debut with ????? is new in memory, but
Furthermore the last type which refines detail finally completed.
With original style and the travelling efficiency which are obtained bar by abolishing the T, race/lace scene is led/read from this
Please try this "hammer 12" promptly.

< Conversion object model >
This product has been designed converting from the ??? ??? make 1/12 kits as prerequisite.
In addition the manufacturer make kit and installing and diversion of the part being to be outside the object note.


< The main part > which becomes necessary
- Front suspension assembly, ST linkage, servo saber
- Rear axle assembly
- Motor mount L/R
- Center shock assembly, antenna
- Friction plate assembly
- Body mount, rear chassis brace post
- Tire, foil and body
- Various bearings, ??????? and bis etc.

< Specification >
- Total length: 256mm
- Wheelbase: 198mm
- Full-width: 168mm
- Tread (F/R): 137/131mm
- Weight: 800 g
- Chassis thick: 2.1mm
- Rear pitching spring 3 coitus being attached (S/M/H)
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Thanks Kiyano.
This look really great. I hope the screws will be countersunk.

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that rear suspension is from HPI's old pancar, it's neat to see it being developed into something new. I still have some of the rear springs that control the side to side movement somewhere.
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Old 01-29-2004, 10:20 AM   #146
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May have to get me one of those Hara Hammer 12 conversion kits... the hard part is getting purple rear pods and shocks...
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Old 01-30-2004, 02:43 AM   #147
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Riemon is making purple hubs.
I sent them an e-mail 3 months ago and they replied me that they won't sell their product abroad for the moment...But I think it is possible to order it through a japanese shop



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Old 02-11-2004, 03:58 PM   #148
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hammer12 was put on the market in yesterday to Japan

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http://atsushihara.com/setting/hammer12.htm

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http://atsushihara.com/AH%20parts%20list.htm
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Old 02-11-2004, 04:03 PM   #149
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Where can we order the Hammer 12 kit? RainbowTen?
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Old 02-11-2004, 04:07 PM   #150
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Try

http://www.pro-s-futaba.co.jp/tuusinhanbai-os.htm

This store also has much handling of 1/12th parts.
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