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Old 08-10-2004, 09:26 AM   #3226
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Old 08-10-2004, 09:27 AM   #3227
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Yes a straight servo horn is the best on the track but it may be not that good for the servo especially if the geardrive isnīt full metal.
From all the servosavers available the medium and large size Kimbroughs are the best. I have seen these even with factory drivers.
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Old 08-10-2004, 09:33 AM   #3228
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v12 do you know the se-up that surikarn used at the ready 2004
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Old 08-10-2004, 09:51 AM   #3229
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I know and when I ring up Friedel, I know he won't know what the hell I mean How would you phonetically spell Kimbrough in German?


Better than that, I'm going to do a full write up on www.3hobby.com


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Haha I know that.
I also had the problem once with Friedel. But you have to say the people in the Friedel area are "Franken" and their German language is a little weird sometimes. I think you have to ask what servosavers they have in stock and you donīt want a Tamiya one. But the 201 medium isnīt always in stock so if I order anything from R10 usually Iīm ordering one also. Itīs sold there under the Eagle brand.

www.3hobby.com is new to me and I donīt have time for too much forums. Just let me know when you have your report there.
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Old 08-10-2004, 09:57 AM   #3230
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Iīm sorry I donīt have that setup. But I think itīs pretty useless if you donīt run a spool. I heard from one of the German TRF drivers something similar regarding Marc Rheinards setup also was different to the one he is running here. But you have to say usually nobody runs a spool here, just oneways.
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Old 08-10-2004, 10:02 AM   #3231
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ok thanks.
im saw a pic of his car on the lw suspension kit.
its seems as if its kit settings with a few minor changes and spools.
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Haha I know that.
I also had the problem once with Friedel. But you have to say the people in the Friedel area are "Franken" and their German language is a little weird sometimes.
With Fränkisch I have no problem Like my work collegues say, my Fränkisch is better than my english

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I think you have to ask what servosavers they have in stock and you donīt want a Tamiya one. But the 201 medium isnīt always in stock so if I order anything from R10 usually Iīm ordering one also. Itīs sold there under the Eagle brand.
Ok thanks for the tip - maybe I can say I'm looking for a servo saver whose name begins with K

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3hobby is more of a news website than a forum. But I'll let you know when I have got my article finished.
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it seems that apart from using white springs all round and dampers on the outer position on towers and spools eveything else was stock ositions with lw suspension.
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With Fränkisch I have no problem Like my work collegues say, my Fränkisch is better than my english
Thatīs not good
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it seems that apart from using white springs all round and dampers on the outer position on towers and spools eveything else was stock ositions with lw suspension.
I have heard they changed anything on the suspension blocks. Maybe AA or CA for the front but Iīm not sure what they did exactly.
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I have heard they changed anything on the suspension blocks. Maybe AA or CA for the front but Iīm not sure what they did exactly.
but dd would be best?
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I have heard they changed anything on the suspension blocks. Maybe AA or CA for the front but Iīm not sure what they did exactly.
B and A in the front? anyone confirm?
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Thatīs not good
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I think they didnīt use DD because of the spool.
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how did that effect it.
more front grip with aa
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