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Old 01-07-2005, 09:47 PM   #6301
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Any of you guys know where I can get Marc's set up at the recent IFMAR race? Probably you could give me a link to see other set ups as well. Thanks
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Old 01-07-2005, 10:01 PM   #6302
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I've been looking for the same thing, but I have a feeling that the reason it's nowhere to be found, is it propably has a number of non tamiya parts sitting on it, I got a good guess at a few of em.
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I've been looking for the same thing, but I have a feeling that the reason it's nowhere to be found, is it propably has a number of non tamiya parts sitting on it, I got a good guess at a few of em.
hmmmm, ya think

start with some HPI springs, f&r uprites and some Alex/Cuda sway bars...
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Any more of those pics?
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hmmmm, ya think

start with some HPI springs, f&r uprites and some Alex/Cuda sway bars...
There is a few more parts that were on his car on the inside of the shocks from what I have heard..also ALEX Racing shock shafts.. but that seems to be the norm nowadays` is to run every other manufactures stuff on the car than what came with it
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Any more of those pics?
Randy,

I pulled from this site....good stuff

http://www.radiocontrol.gr/galleries...1104/index.htm

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have you had a chance to see the high $$ Pro 4 based car tested in Japan yet?
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Dave, any word on what was in the shocks? RS bladders perhaps?
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I pulled from this site....good stuff

http://www.radiocontrol.gr/galleries...1104/index.htm

Dave,

have you had a chance to see the high $$ Pro 4 based car tested in Japan yet?
I'll check that site out, propably grab a few cool ideas from it.

I've seen tiny pics of that Pro 4 based car, but nothin where I can actually gather anything from it.
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Dave, any word on what was in the shocks? RS bladders perhaps?
Yes .. thats what I have heard RS hard bladders..... with the standard red foam sponge with a 2 o-rings on the top of the sponge in the front dampers other than that thats all that I know
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Yes .. thats what I have heard RS hard bladders..... with the standard red foam sponge with a 2 o-rings on the top of the sponge in the front dampers other than that thats all that I know
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how the hell did he fit all that in there?

I wonder who makes the silver springs on the car, just wondering what tension they are..
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how the hell did he fit all that in there?

I wonder who makes the silver springs on the car, just wondering what tension they are..
The Silver springs that were used are the standard ones that come with the pro4
they are very close in tension to a AE blue but a little bit softer but harder than a Tamiya Yellow
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The Silver springs that were used are the standard ones that come with the pro4
they are very close in tension to a AE blue but a little bit softer but harder than a Tamiya Yellow
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For some reason it just looked like a stiffer spring to me, I guess just because the shocks were layed down, I assumed.
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Just out of interest, does anyone know if marc was running one-ways of fixed pulley/spool? or perhaps even a diff?
Ive been studying the pics around the front of the car, and whilst it looks like there are one-way parts on the pulley, the outdrives appear to be Delrin....
Could it be a oneway glued up to behave like a spool?

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Just out of interest, does anyone know if marc was running one-ways of fixed pulley/spool? or perhaps even a diff?
Ive been studying the pics around the front of the car, and whilst it looks like there are one-way parts on the pulley, the outdrives appear to be Delrin....
Could it be a oneway glued up to behave like a spool?

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Its a TI racing spool. The have Ti centers and Delrin outputs. Its the delrin part that failed on him in one of the practice/qualifying heats. Rick
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