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Old 04-13-2004, 02:26 PM   #1816
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yeah, its width not height hehe
With FLips its neither. Its genetic. they are short and skinnier then me. They just have the gift of eating...
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don't know the cost...found it on ebay...the one on ebay list a 4 fin version...this one's eight...
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ive seen the 4-fin ones... seems too skinny to do any real good to a motor.. but that one you have (8 fins) seems to be more functional. ill hunt around my local LHS here and see if i can find one.
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Old 04-13-2004, 04:23 PM   #1818
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ive seen the 4-fin ones... seems too skinny to do any real good to a motor.. but that one you have (8 fins) seems to be more functional. ill hunt around my local LHS here and see if i can find one.
you may also want to contact the seller on ebay about getting you the 8fin version...

How do you like the 415 compared to your 'Cuda... still debating whether to get one or not...
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Old 04-13-2004, 04:30 PM   #1819
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you may also want to contact the seller on ebay about getting you the 8fin version...

How do you like the 415 compared to your 'Cuda... still debating whether to get one or not...
i cant compare... both are awesome cars. 415 is for 19T/Mod (when i make the jump to full on mod) and the Cuda for stock... id pick up a 415 if i were you....its a great car to drive.
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Old 04-13-2004, 04:41 PM   #1820
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I have both the 4 and 8 fin ones. But I got them when I lived in Japan. I think Eagle distributed them. I also think Trinity sold some like it too. The fin does fit with no problems on my car. I just don't like covering up the vent holes in the can. I prefer a fan instead. Maybe I can combine the two...

And for those that don't know Marc Rheinard's LRP Winning setup is posted on RCZone. I'm running a setup very similar to his and it handles pretty good on asphalt in Stock class. I may make a few changes to match his just to see what it does. But I'd also like to try it indoors on our carpet track as well.
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I have both the 4 and 8 fin ones. But I got them when I lived in Japan. I think Eagle distributed them. I also think Trinity sold some like it too. The fin does fit with no problems on my car. I just don't like covering up the vent holes in the can. I prefer a fan instead. Maybe I can combine the two...

And for those that don't know Marc Rheinard's LRP Winning setup is posted on RCZone. I'm running a setup very similar to his and it handles pretty good on asphalt in Stock class. I may make a few changes to match his just to see what it does. But I'd also like to try it indoors on our carpet track as well.
is mr rheinard's set up for indoor carpet?

EDIT: here's a link: http://www.rczone.net/files/tamiya/t...nard_lrp04.pdf
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Old 04-13-2004, 04:55 PM   #1822
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Integy has the 8fin in stock at:
http://integy.automated-shops.com/cg...53104541817.7e
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Old 04-13-2004, 08:11 PM   #1823
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Talking 43rd Shizuoka Hobby Show 2004

Here's the link to Tamiya Japan's list for what's going to be displayed at this year's hobby show. :

http://www.tamiya.com/english/show0405/show0405.htm

New option parts & limited parts will be displayed. Also to take note of is the follow-up release to the TB EVO3.....the TB EVO4.
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trinity makes one too,i think it's a six or eight fins and it's blue.
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ASS-0447 REEDY, Clip On mtr heatsink w/fan
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Old 04-13-2004, 09:40 PM   #1826
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Here's the link to Tamiya Japan's list for what's going to be displayed at this year's hobby show. :

http://www.tamiya.com/english/show0405/show0405.htm

New option parts & limited parts will be displayed. Also to take note of is the follow-up release to the TB EVO3.....the TB EVO4.
Dang, now we have to wait a whole month + to see all that new stuff. Thanks for teasing us! ;-P
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Old 04-14-2004, 06:15 AM   #1827
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here a question not sure has been asked does tech racing make a front diff/spool for the MY02R?? or a locked lay shaft??

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Old 04-14-2004, 10:39 AM   #1828
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is mr rheinard's set up for indoor carpet?

EDIT: here's a link: http://www.rczone.net/files/tamiya/t...nard_lrp04.pdf
Yes itīs a setup for carpet with rubber tires.
Itīs about the same as his EVO3 setup.
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Old 04-14-2004, 11:20 AM   #1829
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Eagle racing makes one very good heatsink. It isnīt covering the vent holes in the can and really has a tight fit so there is a good thermal contact.
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How do the titanium axles hold up on the car? I plan to get one soon before the TCS arrives here in Memphis. Just wondering what hopups are a must have for it.
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