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Old 12-19-2008, 09:47 AM   #751
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That was all taken into consideration. What we did was offset the hub so that with Jaco wheels, The rear axle will be centered and at 200mm exactly with 2mm of shims per side. We also went ahead and made new 2mm axle shims for this. You can now run the rear as narrow as 196mm if you like or go to the 205mm limit. All this and still have the beauty of the BL motors practically falling in and out of the pod.
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Here ya go. These are the parts that will come with a wide pod conversion.
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Old 12-19-2008, 01:07 PM   #753
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The DB10RR rear pod conversion is now on the BMI Web Store
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Old 12-31-2008, 09:30 PM   #754
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Just got a DB10R for Christmas, are there any setups on your site or any where else for the DB10R I saw 2 and a blank sheet for the DB12R on your site but did not see any for the DB10R? (I race asphalt)
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Old 12-31-2008, 09:47 PM   #755
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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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Old 01-01-2009, 07:34 AM   #756
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Just got a DB10R for Christmas, are there any setups on your site or any where else for the DB10R I saw 2 and a blank sheet for the DB12R on your site but did not see any for the DB10R? (I race asphalt)
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I do have a very good setup for it. I will try to get it on the site tommorow.
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Old 01-01-2009, 11:49 AM   #757
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I have a older 12V Hudy truer with a 1/12th adapter, the screw on end is tappered and locates the wheel perfectually centered when tightened, I thought it was only for the 1/12th wheel but it will work for the 1/10 JACO wheels too, just rememeber to remove the floating center locator sleeve on the arbour.
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what brand and rating is the yellow center spring?
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What kind of center shock spring (weight and manufacturer) is this that came with my DB10R kit?
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The car comes with an AE 14.5 lb spring. We found this to work best in most conditions.


If you are speaking of a tamiya yellow spring, i believe that is a 13.5 lb.
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I bought it used, so i don't know if its a kit spring or not, thanks. but i can say, whatever setup is on it, it is freaking dailed, although i did try laying the servo down and FOR ME, i like it better that way, (carpet)
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Old 01-03-2009, 09:25 PM   #763
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Thats awesome buddy. We got to run the WGT class on the rug today .We took TQ,the win and 2nd. I took the TQ and win and sean farmer took 2nd. The car was absolutely a dream to drive.
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Old 01-06-2009, 03:14 AM   #764
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Well looks like we are going to have a WGT class starting out here. So it looks like after the Birds I'll be picking up a DB10R. Will the kit be available with the wide pod after the Birds? Is there going to be a version with a shortened chassis to maintain the wheelbase like the 12RR? I gotta start looking into some cool bodies for it too...so much to do...so little time
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Well looks like we are going to have a WGT class starting out here. So it looks like after the Birds I'll be picking up a DB10R. Will the kit be available with the wide pod after the Birds? Is there going to be a version with a shortened chassis to maintain the wheelbase like the 12RR? I gotta start looking into some cool bodies for it too...so much to do...so little time
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