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Old 12-06-2007, 01:42 PM
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Originally Posted by gizmo View Post
hey all.

No the flourine ballconnectors don`t come standard.
But we all know about the blue ones.....

I modified the steeringrack and shall modified alot more when Iam building
it for the second time.







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do you have motor mount photo ?
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Old 12-06-2007, 01:50 PM
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What's the part number(s) for the flourine ball connectors? How many do you need for the kit?
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No it doesn`t come with the aluminium uprights.
hard plastic ones are provided with 10x5 bearings

also the new wheelaxles are a bit longer.....
and we can`t use the front bridge suspension. for now

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your request.....





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Old 12-06-2007, 02:01 PM
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53599 for the ball connector nut 2xbags about 20 pieces
53600 for the ball connector 1xbag about 10 pieces
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so where did u get the blue rear uprights then>
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Hey Gizmo,

Just a quick pointer, and not sure if you have done this... but if your using the flourine ball connectors, make sure you lose 1mm worth of shims under them, if your trying to compare it too the blue hex headed ones... They are 1mm taller, so that'll affect your Roll centre height (on the camber links) and the ackerman positions (on the steering).

Car(s) look really good, not long till I get mine now

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Originally Posted by TryHard View Post
Hey Gizmo,

Just a quick pointer, and not sure if you have done this... but if your using the flourine ball connectors, make sure you lose 1mm worth of shims under them, if your trying to compare it too the blue hex headed ones... They are 1mm taller, so that'll affect your Roll centre height (on the camber links) and the ackerman positions (on the steering).

Car(s) look really good, not long till I get mine now

Cheers
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Ed, have you heard anything from RC Champ about an even earlier release?
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Old 12-06-2007, 04:36 PM
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@ vicko. they are normale st. HO uprights, ( with st.lw axles

@ Ed. I did know that,I know what Iam doing. but thanks for the pointer anyway.
perhaps somebody did not no this.

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gizmo,

Can you measure the width of the battery slot cutouts in the chassis? I'm trying to determine if the weights I have for my LiPo can fit into them.
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Originally Posted by syndr0me View Post
gizmo,

Can you measure the width of the battery slot cutouts in the chassis? I'm trying to determine if the weights I have for my LiPo can fit into them.
Think about what you are saying.
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Originally Posted by Fastforward View Post
Think about what you are saying.
I'm thinking more about using one or two to secure the pack, not put a bunch of weight down low. :-)
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There is one up on Ebay already:

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/Tamiya-TRF416...QQcmdZViewItem
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TaimyaUSA is listing a few of the parts now.

http://www.tamiyausa.com/search.php?q=trf416
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does it come with front aluminium CVD's?
Does someone have the ref for front steel bones?
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Hi,

very nice pics!

The rear Belt seems to have 174teeth. How many has the front belt? Soon there will be available Heavy Duty one by RCDevil.

Now I am waiting for the manual as PDF. So I can prepare the Square screw sets (Titanium/Aluminum).
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