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Old 04-16-2018, 08:45 AM
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Thanks Tim!! Yeah, I HAVE to run my LCG Fantom or LRP battery when running the PF15... This is my "new to me" Aluminum chassis and Fenix gear diff F6 - electronics going in tonight.

I also have a body ready for my carbon chassis F6... can't decide which car to do next, as I have decals for both from RCPaintlab

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or the Benetton B192/193



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Old 04-16-2018, 10:20 AM
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Which rear diffuser is that?
Serpent diffusor - but for the F6 you have to modify the rear pod brace and use some shims to mount it in correct height and get the rear wing positioned ...
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Old 04-16-2018, 03:31 PM
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Originally Posted by aracefan View Post
Thanks Tim!! Yeah, I HAVE to run my LCG Fantom or LRP battery when running the PF15... This is my "new to me" Aluminum chassis and Fenix gear diff F6 - electronics going in tonight.

I also have a body ready for my carbon chassis F6... can't decide which car to do next, as I have decals for both from RCPaintlab

Red Bull RB9



or the Benetton B192/193



Decisions, decisions.
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Old 04-22-2018, 01:52 PM
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Old 04-22-2018, 01:54 PM
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I originally designed this as an engine for my Tyrrell p34. I purchased it to be a shelf queen but I felt it's vacuum formed engine could be improved. So I modeled this engine to be 3d printed. While it's not exactly a Cosworth DFV it fairly close. It fits well on the car and allows the chassis to flex. The engine is mounted to the main chassis while the gearbox is mounted to the wing mounting holes.

I decided to mount the engine on a F104 instead after seeing that with a shorty lipo,and all the electronics mounted inline, I could design a late 60's era F1 body.
Hi. Do you keep the .stl? I have a VF1 body and this part will be perfect for it. Thanks in advanced.
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Old 04-22-2018, 06:25 PM
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Old 04-22-2018, 07:23 PM
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Looks a bit like the picture above!!
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Default 3 racing chassis for f201????

im trying to find a 3racing carbon chassis to start reproducing them...as 3 arcing does not produce them and has been non responsive about the plans / dimensions for it.....i have always like the f201 chassis but could never afford one as a kid i just purchased i new in box and 1 beat up roller to get them going again.....im also a machinist trying to hone my skills and recreate things like the aluminum cantilevers that are no longer produced.....anyone who likes the f201 feel free to let me know about any leftover items you may have lying around for sale.....
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Old 04-25-2018, 12:27 PM
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Which is the fastest formula 1 for asphalt for ETS, easy to adjust and good quality?
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Well that's the $64 question!! At the moment with recent experience I'm a BIG fan of the Roche car. It definitely works well on asphalt!! I've only had time to practice with it once--but the CORNER speeds were exceptional with this car. Something I"ve worked long and hard on my VBC car to get there!! The VBC is very inexpensive--has great fit and finish and works great--but the Roche just seemed to be faster right out of the box. I'll tell you more after a couple of weeks when I get a chance to race it.
Otherwise---I'd just get what the local fast guy is running. He can help you with setup and where to find parts etc. That's always a good thing.
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Anymore exclamation points and I'll have to buy a Roche Evo. Tim makes it sound so exciting. Maybe 8 more exclamation points will seal the deal.
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Originally Posted by Tim Neja View Post
Well that's the $64 question!! At the moment with recent experience I'm a BIG fan of the Roche car. It definitely works well on asphalt!! I've only had time to practice with it once--but the CORNER speeds were exceptional with this car. Something I"ve worked long and hard on my VBC car to get there!! The VBC is very inexpensive--has great fit and finish and works great--but the Roche just seemed to be faster right out of the box. I'll tell you more after a couple of weeks when I get a chance to race it.
Otherwise---I'd just get what the local fast guy is running. He can help you with setup and where to find parts etc. That's always a good thing.
Wow! The Roche sounds pretty good!
So, right out of the box means you built it explicitly with the settings from the instructions and it was faster in the corners than your VBC? That's impressive for sure.
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Anymore exclamation points and I'll have to buy a Roche Evo. Tim makes it sound so exciting. Maybe 8 more exclamation points will seal the deal.
HAHAHAH!!! ROCHE EVO!!!!!!!!
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Have you had much luck attempting to match the Roche's corner speed with the VBC at all, Tim?
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I'm really looking forward to being able to share pics of my RC10F6 I've built up, in RB13 livery, but because I'm a " tech noob " I can't yet... Any idea how many post I need to make before it will let me?? Haha
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