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Old 08-30-2001, 03:07 AM   #16
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Pay special attention when you assemble the rear bulkhead to chassis, use the edge of a ruler to make sure the chassis is flat. Using metal posts to align the rear bulkhead and get everything to line up properly, the car doesn't run smooth with too many posts on...so remove the extra metal posts after everything is perfectly aligned.
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Hi Manticore, why did you change your name?
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Old 08-31-2001, 01:10 PM   #21
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Does anyone have the pics of the new Atlas car that is available in Japan? I heard they were on RCtouring, but I missed them before it was shut down.

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Does anyone know if Integy is going to start importing these cars? I like the looks of them more than the YM-34.

Thanks for the pic.
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well, hopefully, soon ill be a dealer for Integy and i'll find out for you..
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Good day to all of u!

I need info onthe number of teeth of both the front and rear belts of the YM-34. Hope u guys can help me out. Thanks
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BTW, have you guys seen the new shaft driven car by Alex? Their Japan Xpress is very much like the YM-34. But now they've changed their design direction, again after CE-4.
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What have you guys heard about the release of the new chasis? I am running some integy stuff now and have thought about running their car as well. Any info on the current ym34 would be great. I will be running on a tight concreate indoor and a parking lot style track.


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Old 09-06-2001, 05:25 AM   #28
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Oh man, tight, indoor, carpet? PERFECT! The YM34 was made for that! It has a pretty low internal gear ratio, and after you shim the arms and stuff it would more than likely work great for that! That's the only prob with this car though, all the parts dont fit all snug, but after you add some shims on the hingepins before the arms, it will pretty much tighten those up..If you are looking to get one, mine may be up for sale/trade soon. I just got a Schumacher
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Oh, and I run on permanent outdoor asphalt, the car works pretty good there also...ANd if you get one, watch out for the knuckle screws falling out..The car is great once you just tighten everything up..And, sorry, haven't heard anything on the new chassis, YET.
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Thanks for the info. Saw the new schuacher on their site today...thought I was looking at the New Atlas. They have some likenesses.


I may look into getting a atlas. Running my Tc3 and would like to be different.


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