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Old 05-27-2002, 02:30 PM   #226
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How was your car setup? Enquiring minds want to know!
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Hey Rob, where can we see pictures of the new car? I've seen it mentioned here but no ones got any pictures. thanks, Dave
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Old 05-27-2002, 06:45 PM   #230
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Hey AMG:
How was your car setup? Enquiring minds want to know!
OK here is the inside scoop (No big secret I just was impressed with how easy it is to drive it)

Atlas YM34 original.

Front:

Alloy "racing" hub carriers. 2mm shim on top and bottom.
Alloy hingepin braces. 2mm shim under front brace. Nothing under rear brace.
35 wt shock oil with Kyosho Green electric springs.
Shocks layed down on 2nd inner hole.
2' camber
0' toe
Very little droop
Servo saver locked up and Tamiya one used on servo itself.

Rear:

Alloy "racing" hub carriers. 2 degree units.
Alloy hingepin braces. 2 x 2mm shims under front brace. 2mm shim under rear brace.
Carbon fibre adjustable toe block at 1 degree for 3' rear toe total.
35wt shock oil with Kyosho Green electric springs
Shocks layed down on 2nd inner hole.
2' camber.
No droop.

Green machine 3 motor + some 2000 packs.
90/40 48 pitch gearing.
Futaba 3003 servo LOL
Front and mid one-way.
Some rubber tires, dunno what brand.
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Old 05-27-2002, 09:27 PM   #231
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Hey Rob, Thanks for the quick reply. Do you know when the car will be available? Also, how much? Very nice looking car, going to be hard to decide on it or a tamiya 414m2. Thanks,Dave
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No word from integy, you may want to check with aome of the Hong Kong based online shops.
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Old 05-28-2002, 08:56 PM   #233
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I think YM-34 Type T is a really good car.
I saw many YM-34 racing at recent Reedy race performing well.

TRF414MII is also a beutiful car though, having to dremeling out the battery holders to fit saddle packs is a minus.

I think the Type Si focused on lowering the CG.
Is there any other big changes made?
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Old 05-29-2002, 03:42 AM   #234
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Type Si will be available by the end of june i received this information from miwahobby. www.miwahobby.co.jp
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TRF414MII is also a beutiful car though, having to dremeling out the battery holders to fit saddle packs is a minus.
The dremeling isn't that bad. Plus once it's on the track the handling is well worth the effort. Trust me.
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Old 05-30-2002, 07:29 PM   #236
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Type Si limited Edition car (rumor). I placed my order for this car already.
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TRF414M: where did u place the order for Si? how much?
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Old 06-12-2002, 07:24 PM   #238
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I've had an original YM-34 for a week or two now, I really like the car. My only problems with it is that the uprights are really flexible. They look really similar to my old Pro 2, I was wondering if anyone tried to put any Pro 2 parts on this car?
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Type Si limited Edition car (rumor). I placed my order for this car already.
the type Si is not a limited edition.
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Old 06-14-2002, 02:01 AM   #240
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But I still think that it has better design.
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