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Old 06-29-2004, 08:43 PM
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Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
Try .. R10 (rainbow ten) in Japan it's a brush hood adjusting tool.
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The link to R10 ?

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Old 06-29-2004, 08:52 PM
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Originally posted by tornado
The link to R10 ?

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R10

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Old 06-29-2004, 08:54 PM
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Originally posted by alch
R10

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Originally posted by alch
R10

Thanks Buddy .


Fridays not looking good for Yatabe too much work
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Do itashimashite Tornado chan!
You could also try RC Champ.

Dave: Damn, was looking forward to catching up with you again! Can't wait until you finish the tuning tips .. Hopefully before Sundays race, just to give me that little edge..
I got a Bugatti shell last week too, so will be testing on Friday and if all goes well i will be using it on Sunday.
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Originally posted by alch
Do itashimashite Tornado chan!
You could also try RC Champ.

Dave: Damn, was looking forward to catching up with you again! Can't wait until you finish the tuning tips .. Hopefully before Sundays race, just to give me that little edge..
I got a Bugatti shell last week too, so will be testing on Friday and if all goes well i will be using it on Sunday.
They are having that round race on "this" sunday..??? the 4th right..?
if so I might be able to come

Let me know soon buddy
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Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
They are having that round race on "this" sunday..??? the 4th right..?
if so I might be able to come

Let me know soon buddy
Yeh "this" Sunday the 4th! Be good if you can make it. My first round race actually.. Im looking forward to it.
It seems that everytime there is a round race, i have a billiard tournament on as well! This sunday is no exception
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Originally posted by alch
Yeh "this" Sunday the 4th! Be good if you can make it. My first round race actually.. Im looking forward to it.
It seems that everytime there is a round race, i have a billiard tournament on as well! This sunday is no exception
If you go I'm 99.9% sure I can go to help you out I can hook you up with some of my hot 23T's that I just have been working on.. .....

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BTW do you have some good batteries yet..?? or should I lend you a couple
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Originally posted by alch
Do itashimashite Tornado chan!
You could also try RC Champ.

Dave: Damn, was looking forward to catching up with you again! Can't wait until you finish the tuning tips .. Hopefully before Sundays race, just to give me that little edge..
I got a Bugatti shell last week too, so will be testing on Friday and if all goes well i will be using it on Sunday.
Hai! Alch san
 
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I miss running 23T's!

Alch: I tried using the Kose brush hood alignment tool and I find it to be very very tight! Have the 2 dots faced up! This is for laydown brushes. Is that normal? Maybe Dave might know?

Also, I couldn't find the Kose tool to serrate the brushes. Unless I miss understood you and you haven't sent it!

Regarding batteries, 5 of my packs barely reach 3200mah @ 6amp 30mv on my LRP. Only have 2 good packs left! Might buy some Fukuyama packs next!
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Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
If you go I'm 99.9% sure I can go to help you out I can hook you up with some of my hot 23T's that I just have been working on.. .....

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BTW do you have some good batteries yet..?? or should I lend you a couple
I will be there..

As for batteries.. I have some decent batteries, nothing to write home about. Was thinking of picking up a pack, maybe some Yokomo Peak or SMC..
I wouldn't say no to you lending me some though

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Originally posted by asimo
I miss running 23T's!

Alch: I tried using the Kose brush hood alignment tool and I find it to be very very tight! Have the 2 dots faced up! This is for laydown brushes. Is that normal? Maybe Dave might know?

Also, I couldn't find the Kose tool to serrate the brushes. Unless I miss understood you and you haven't sent it!

Regarding batteries, 5 of my packs barely reach 3200mah @ 6amp 30mv on my LRP. Only have 2 good packs left! Might buy some Fukuyama packs next!
Where you been mofo?

Re: Kose tool. From what i could decipher from the Japanese instructions, the 2 ends are for different makers brush hoods, so if it doesn't fit one end try the other.. Maybe Dave can clear this up. They fit mine ok..

I didn't send you the brush serrator :P
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Hi JDM,

May I know the part number for the Brush adjustment tool?
Cos I couldnt make out in r10, btw wats the price?

Thanks a lot!


Originally posted by JDM_DOHC_SiR
This little tool right here works wonders




and for the .5 mm use a dimond file
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Originally posted by alch
Where you been mofo?

Re: Kose tool. From what i could decipher from the Japanese instructions, the 2 ends are for different makers brush hoods, so if it doesn't fit one end try the other.. Maybe Dave can clear this up. They fit mine ok..

I didn't send you the brush serrator :P
the Kose tool is made for 2 types they are not combined like the Hybrid one...
as for one side being kind of tight on the brush hood...that is a good thing...also one side should fit perfect also.. both sides are different is size by .5mm but I always use the tight side then adjust from there.
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Old 06-29-2004, 11:56 PM
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I'm sure this question has already been asked, what does everyone think of the Tamiya 23T RR. For the few of you that do like it, what do you guys suggest as far as tuning options?
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