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Old 03-17-2014, 12:40 PM
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Originally Posted by G-rem View Post
Oleg, any availability date for the relase of the Awesomatix servo? I need a new one and will be interested in it ;-) what about its specs?

Are G07 and G08 the pinions for GD2 diff (and WA02 and WA03 the washers that suits the best for it)? So no need the Xray parts anymore if so?

Any other new items to come?

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We just checked all the new features and design corrections of our servo with the manufacturer and hope to get our servo soon.

Weight: 50.0g
Speed @ 6.6v / 60deg 0.070secs
Torque @ 6.6v 13.20 kg/cm (183.22 oz/in)
Gear: 7075 Aircraft Alloy
Bearing: 2BB
Case: Aluminium
25 Tooth Spline ( Futaba size)
Operating Voltage 4.8v – 6.6v

G07 and G08, WA02 and WA03, P39 are the parts for GD2.
The washers are available already and we are testing different plastic mixtures for GD2 plastic parts at the moment.
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Old 03-17-2014, 12:48 PM
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Congratulations to Brian Wynn , Mike Gee and Blake Bell !

http://www.redrc.net/2014/03/blake-b...-at-wcics-rd7/
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What will approximately be the price?
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What will approximately be the price?
Retail price in our web shop will be 133 EUR for servo with the personal name engraving.
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Thanks a lot Oleg for all these answers, can't wait for the servo
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Congratulations to the Awesomatix team drivers for the perfect job at LRP TCM! The success in the main class of Viljami is a big satisfaction for us, we invite all you guys to read the interview that Vil released to us after the victory and posted on media sites:

http://rcracingtv.net/2014/03/viljam...-2014-victory/

http://www.rcnews.net/2014/03/18/int...after-lrp-tcm/
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Originally Posted by Bittydesign View Post
Congratulations to the Awesomatix team drivers for the perfect job at LRP TCM! The success in the main class of Viljami is a big satisfaction for us, we invite all you guys to read the interview that Vil released to us after the victory and posted on media sites:

http://rcracingtv.net/2014/03/viljam...-2014-victory/

http://www.rcnews.net/2014/03/18/int...after-lrp-tcm/
Shameless marketing. I love it. I will head to my local hobby shop tonight and get a Nardo to test this weekend.

- Emil

*EDIT* except I cannot use it for the nationals unless it is EFRA or ROAR approved...

Last edited by Emil; 03-18-2014 at 06:19 AM. Reason: New intel
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Originally Posted by Emil View Post
Shameless marketing. I love it. I will head to my local hobby shop tonight and get a Nardo to test this weekend.

- Emil

*EDIT* except I cannot use it for the nationals unless it is EFRA or ROAR approved...
Hello Emil, feel free to post your feed after you tested the Narḍ (please not here but in the specific thread of this forum). If in Iceland the race organizers follow the Efra rules you can use our 190mm bodies without any problem. Roar approval will come soon.
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Old 03-18-2014, 03:40 PM
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LRP TCM 2014 setup from Viljami is here:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...miTCMsetup.pdf

Viljami's and Dionys Stadler cars:

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Hi all,

I will sell one of my Awesomatix A700 Evo + tons of parts (5 diff, 3 chassis, upper plate, bulkheads, AM18-1, AM19, P01, P02...)

PM me with your email address for full details and pics (just let me know your location for the estimation of shipping costs).

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Have been drooling over the awesomatix since the first pics of it was released, and now i have made up my mind to get one!!!!
Im running in 17,5 Blinky mostly on medium grip and technical indoor carpet. Only question i have is, what kit to get? The A700L or the A700Evo. Do i have any benefits bying a Evo instead of a L when running 17.5 Blinky? Is the Evo worth all the extra money?

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Originally Posted by Gillblade View Post
Have been drooling over the awesomatix since the first pics of it was released, and now i have made up my mind to get one!!!!
Im running in 17,5 Blinky mostly on medium grip and technical indoor carpet. Only question i have is, what kit to get? The A700L or the A700Evo. Do i have any benefits bying a Evo instead of a L when running 17.5 Blinky? Is the Evo worth all the extra money?

//Gillblad
I have one for sale with all the bells and whistles. Its on the for sale thread.
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Originally Posted by Gillblade View Post
Have been drooling over the awesomatix since the first pics of it was released, and now i have made up my mind to get one!!!!
Im running in 17,5 Blinky mostly on medium grip and technical indoor carpet. Only question i have is, what kit to get? The A700L or the A700Evo. Do i have any benefits bying a Evo instead of a L when running 17.5 Blinky? Is the Evo worth all the extra money?

//Gillblad
Both are great cars - especially in stock racing. Both have won big races in stock this year -- Snowbirds and Carpet Nats.

The only difference is the FFG -- which eliminates any/all potential of torque steer. I feel the FFG changes the handling feel of the car under acceleration -- making it smoother and more predictable.

Thankfully all Awesomatix cars to date can take advantage of the FFG upgrade..
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Would any of you shaft heads be interested in Hiro Seiko Titanium/alumn screw kits for the Awesomatix cars? And if so what color alumn would you prefer for the top deck or an all Titanium set?

I am working with them to get them to build some sets for my next order as I have had a few request for them.

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*EDIT* except I cannot use it for the nationals unless it is EFRA or ROAR approved...
Nardo and mc10 are already efra approved
EFRA #4041 & #4042
Although the numbers are not in the windscreen.
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