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Old 11-20-2008, 03:46 PM   #721
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We do sell to alot of hobbies stores worldwide. Let me know your area and i will see if we have a dealer in your area.
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Old 11-20-2008, 09:26 PM   #722
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We do sell to alot of hobbies stores worldwide. Let me know your area and i will see if we have a dealer in your area.
I am in the Jackson MS area 39202.
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Jason, I know you've seen the Associated 10R5 car. Do you think your lipo tray would fit in this car with new holes drilled.
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Old 11-22-2008, 05:15 AM   #724
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I am not sure. I think it may make the battery hit the shock. Im not 100% on that though.
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Guys,

What/where are we getting arbors for these 1/10 pan wheels? I need an arbor for my Integy (same as Hudy, Ofna, 3Racing, etc arbors) truer but can't see anything on Stormers or elsewhere. Don't want to drag my old A/C MaxMod that we used "in the day" out as that would mean two tire truers to bring each race day.

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Old 11-23-2008, 10:53 AM   #726
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I will look into making some.
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Old 11-23-2008, 01:12 PM   #727
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What/where are we getting arbors for these 1/10 pan wheels? I need an arbor for my Integy (same as Hudy, Ofna, 3Racing, etc arbors) truer but can't see anything on Stormers or elsewhere. Don't want to drag my old A/C MaxMod that we used "in the day" out as that would mean two tire truers to bring each race day.

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I use my INTEGY 12th scale arbour for the 10th scale tires, my arbour came with a tapered cone that fits the 10th scale rears perfect, slide the cone off and use it for the fronts.
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Old 11-23-2008, 03:00 PM   #728
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What/where are we getting arbors for these 1/10 pan wheels? I need an arbor for my Integy (same as Hudy, Ofna, 3Racing, etc arbors) truer but can't see anything on Stormers or elsewhere. Don't want to drag my old A/C MaxMod that we used "in the day" out as that would mean two tire truers to bring each race day.

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Check out www.rc4less.com they do one that fits most 10th wheels mine need a little drilling out of the nut half to grip tight on Jacos though.

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Old 11-23-2008, 04:22 PM   #729
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I searched for a Hudy 1/10 scale arbor #102342...but no luck....anywhere!!

RC America is asking Hudy directly to start producing these arbors again, because they were discontinued. I know Hyperdrive has a universal 12th and 10th arbor. The last resort would be contacting a company located in Rome NY (name withheld out of respect for this thread) they are planning on producing some arbors.

Hurry Jason...I need one as well.

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I use my INTEGY 12th scale arbour for the 10th scale tires, my arbour came with a tapered cone that fits the 10th scale rears perfect, slide the cone off and use it for the fronts.
My buddy has one of the Integy arbors--we'd never really known what the cone was for as we only use it for 1/12 tires. I'll have to see if he wants to swap for my Hudy arbor. I bet he would since he's a X-Ray/Hudy junkie.

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Check out www.rc4less.com they do one that fits most 10th wheels mine need a little drilling out of the nut half to grip tight on Jacos though.Jason
Meaning you had to increase the diameter of the bore? The depth of the bore? Or what? I like the multiple steps on that piece to engage the different hub sizes.
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Meaning you had to increase the diameter of the bore? The depth of the bore? Or what? I like the multiple steps on that piece to engage the different hub sizes.
Needed to increase the depth of the bore to stop it bottoming out on the thread before it had tightened onto the face of the wheel. A couple of minutes work using a battery drill and a countersink bit.

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Do the World GT spec tires work ok on asphalt on the DB10R?
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After reading thru this thread and some others I decided to go with the BMI 10 for GT. This class is really getting popular in our area with alot of the 12th guys and some TC guys getting cars. They are pretty much following the World GT rules, except for allowing 13.5/4cell and 17.5/2400LiPo for power. I havent seen a BMI in person but it looks like a quality car with proven componets, much like the early pan cars that worked then and now. I will be running the 17.5/LiPO and was wondering if the battery plates come with the kit or are they and option? Thanks Jason looking forward to running this car.
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Do the World GT spec tires work ok on asphalt on the DB10R?
They do work very well on asphalt.
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Old 11-25-2008, 10:26 AM   #735
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After reading thru this thread and some others I decided to go with the BMI 10 for GT. This class is really getting popular in our area with alot of the 12th guys and some TC guys getting cars. They are pretty much following the World GT rules, except for allowing 13.5/4cell and 17.5/2400LiPo for power. I havent seen a BMI in person but it looks like a quality car with proven componets, much like the early pan cars that worked then and now. I will be running the 17.5/LiPO and was wondering if the battery plates come with the kit or are they and option? Thanks Jason looking forward to running this car.
Thanks for chosing the BMI DB10R. You will really enjoy the car alot.

The car doesnt come with the weighted lipo tray. We offer that as an option along with a tall lipo battery hold down. The tray fits a maxamps 4000 mah saddle pack with no problem. The SMC and TrackPower saddle will require the tall lipo mounting kit.
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