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Old 11-20-2008, 01:50 PM   #1
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My name is Stefan Schmidt from Hohenlohe in Germany and new in this forum.
Just in time, i drive a Asso Rc 10 l2, genx 1/12, Tc5R, and a Asso B4.
I love Pancars and need a new Pro 10 with 235mm(old School) not a 200mm.
In America gives a car where is call Darkside i Force, have seen a picture into the Internet, but i havent found a homepage or infos.
So a Pancar For a 7.4 volt lipo would optimally re alas, there is the RC10 Associated R5, unfortunately only for r 4 cells in germany are not driven these cars.
We drive just wide and fast so 7,4 V and lipo 4turns Brushless.Unfortunately, these cars to corally reconstruction and CRC no longer offered, I hope you have a tip for me .I apologize for my bad English

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Willkommen zu der Forum. Ich bin in Gymnasium Deutsch lernen, tut mir leid fur mein schlechte Deutsch. Der CRC Gen X-10 (www.teamcrc.com) hat ein 235mm konversion.

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Welcome to the forum. I am learning German in high school, sorry for my poor German. The CRC Gen X-10 (www.teamcrc.com) has a 235mm conversion.

I apologize if that was illegible in German, I am still learning. I decided to respond in German to practice.

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Old 11-20-2008, 02:25 PM   #3
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My friend drive the crc genx 10 235mm, and i drive the little brother its a good car, but i search a linkcar how the darkside I force or a hatzenbach with 3 shock dumper in back for he pod. well i think is the best system for a pan car.
Hatzenbach built perfekt pancar but they cost over 500 dollar, to much for me.
Im an other germans are sad that asso not built the new R5 in 235mm and 6 cell.But i hope it will be comming.

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Old 11-20-2008, 02:37 PM   #4
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Apisto,

Here is a link to the Darkside I Fource


http://www.darksidems.com Just the Website

http://www.darksidems.com/viewproducts.php?partnum=460 The car


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Hallo,
Willkommen zu der Forum. Ich bin in Gymnasium Deutsch lernen, tut mir leid fur mein schlechte Deutsch. Der CRC Gen X-10 (www.teamcrc.com) hat ein 235mm konversion.

Hello,
Welcome to the forum. I am learning German in high school, sorry for my poor German. The CRC Gen X-10 (www.teamcrc.com) has a 235mm conversion.

I apologize if that was illegible in German, I am still learning. I decided to respond in German to practice.

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I got that and mine is worse than yours

ooh, it might be 'Willkommen auf der forum' or maybe 'nach'

Apisto, servus is nach suddeutschland, ja? ich auf garmisch partenkirchen dreimal bekommen.
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The darkforce I-force car is a 200 mm car.

The CRC Gen x 10 with a conversion kit is wide and also has the center pivot side link like the I-force. The Gen x 10 also comes with a nice flat LiPo tray for a centered battery.
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Old 11-21-2008, 04:34 AM   #7
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Servus Stefan,

Just buy the new Corally 10X - New Generation, this is Corally's new Pro10 235 mm car, whitch most drivers use here in Germany and The Netherlands. Spare parts are also easy to get.
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Servus,

Pity the Darkside only 200mm wide, then it is probably a CRC, I thought I could just something else than my riding buddies.
The new Corally looks like the old L2, because I do not see any improvement for me.
But I have considered the R5 rebuild.
Would it be possible from L2 to the rear axle construction.
Next to widen the track.
And instead of the 4 cells, a small 7,4 V lipo with 2000mAh indicate no longer than 96mm?
In my Crc genx I drive a small 7, 4V lipo with no 1800mAh even longer than 96mm, it works very well.
I just do not know how long the battery holds a 4turn engine, the trip will probably not be so high.
It is also probably the electricity load for r the battery is too high.
with a 9.5 turn but everything is no problem.

What does it cost to the time when you a genx 10 or R5, Maybe it makes sense to send to Europe.
A 10 genx cost us time converted to 340 U.S. dollars,
the Associated probably a little less.

a picture from me L2.

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That L2 is a mighty nice car. It is already wide. 220 mm at the rear, I suspect. It can be widened to 235 mm with some spacers on the rear axle left and right. You may need to purchase a wide pan rear axle. It works fine at 220 mm, though, with a wide pan body.

I would run 5000 mA-h packs with a 4 turn. If traction is very high, you can use a lot of this in 5 minutes.

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I'm pretty sure the Darkside car can be made into a wide pan car.

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http://www.rctech.net/forum/4655032-post940.html
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Old 11-23-2008, 05:30 AM   #11
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Yes this is exactly the right car!
You see him on the dark side is strong in him. :-)
Now I must strike just yet.

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Rob your right the car or Mr dekels has been converted to 235.

the past summer we ran the the first can pro 10 "nats" which this car totally domminated the feild.

if yoiu seed mick a PM i'm quite sure he'll point you in the right deriction on getting a dark side to 235mm.

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The darkforce I-force car is a 200 mm car.

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Untrue. The Darkside I-Force can be made into a 235mm car with a set of optional front end plates and wide axle. These parts are all currently available. We ship anywhere on the planet. Feel free to e-mail me with any questions
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I have also run the I-Fource in 235 wide configuration. The car is my avatar, but you can see the chassis with out the body on this link:
http://www.rctech.net/forum/4879984-post952.html.

As Eric said, the 235 front plates are stocked (design by Mick with a little re-finement by myself and E)

The car won our two day race by almost a full lap in the main and out of 130+ racers had the 7th fastest run all weekend, and could have gone faster, but did not need to. Cars were full mod touring cars with foam tires and nitro touring on a track that really suited them more than the pan car.
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