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Old 12-08-2008, 01:14 PM   #181
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yea, mine arrived saturday a.m. and i built it at the track that night between heats, lol... most asked me if i was gonna run it in the main.
They just all wanted to be the first in line to get whooped by the '009.
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Old 12-08-2008, 01:51 PM   #182
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They just all wanted to be the first in line to get whooped by the '009.
thats it
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Old 12-08-2008, 03:23 PM   #183
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haha, not quite... ill probably still get 2-lapped, lol...
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Old 12-08-2008, 05:09 PM   #184
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haha, not quite... ill probably still get 2-lapped, lol...
You guys both coming up for the Novak in Jan?
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Old 12-08-2008, 05:11 PM   #185
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Yes i believe there will be 6 or so of us coming up.
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Old 12-08-2008, 05:23 PM   #186
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whats the difference between T2 008 and the T2 009?
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Old 12-08-2008, 05:32 PM   #187
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Yes i believe there will be 6 or so of us coming up.
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Old 12-08-2008, 05:39 PM   #188
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Mailing my entry this evening,see ya in a few weeks
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Yodache: although i am not completely sure yet what the differences are going to be in the kit completely, but i do know know that the 009 will have a new chassis/top deck which will allow the bulk heads to have different positioning for high grip or low grip. I also assume that the car will have light weight drive shafts and possibly some other camber link positions. overall the suspension corners will be the same or atleast very similar, the car will also be different in color.
im waiting to get the production kit my self but these are the differences that i know of as of now, im sure that their are more small changes that i dont even know about yet.
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Yodache: although i am not completely sure yet what the differences are going to be in the kit completely, but i do know know that the 009 will have a new chassis/top deck which will allow the bulk heads to have different positioning for high grip or low grip. I also assume that the car will have light weight drive shafts and possibly some other camber link positions. overall the suspension corners will be the same or atleast very similar, the car will also be different in color.
im waiting to get the production kit my self but these are the differences that i know of as of now, im sure that their are more small changes that i dont even know about yet.
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I'll get mine before you?!!? haha! Paul you have PM
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Old 12-09-2008, 02:29 AM   #191
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And I have one now!
Used it last weekend, very nice it was to. I went from 007 to 009 and its a big step up.
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Hi Paul, yes about the chassi thats true, it has 2 diferent position for the rear blocks, so the motor can go foward or stay in tha same position as 008, wich position is for high grip?

But if we put the blocks foward it will requier other top deck, but is not avaible now, do you know when will be?
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whats the difference between T2 008 and the T2 009?
Give or take....sweet FA.

They are basically a 008 with a few option parts, i.e. lightweight driveshafts etc.

The chassis has also moved the battery pack by a few mm.......for huge performance increase?...NO, so that batteries clear the bloody pinions and spurs properly
There is also the ability to move the motor position, which cannot yet be done as the parts required aren't available.

They're top driver/rep in the UK has already said, if you own a 008 there is no point in getting a 009.
For once some honesty from a distributor.

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Hi Dudes
I've got Multi diff and Normal Kit Front Spool between these two Which one is better to use???
I was using Multi diff But 99% of the top guns using Plastic Spool So Which one???
Need Help Before Sunday Guys
thanx in advanced
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from what i understand, most use the composite spool, it has less chatter and is smoother... plus less weight.
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