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Old 01-31-2005, 10:47 PM   #6916
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I don't think it will work because of the drive cup clearance, this is a pic using the A-bridge/C-block with the stock 42mm dog bone, now if the Mip is 44mm I don't see how it will work but I assumming that it will work with the D bridge
Just grind off the very end of the driveshaft where the drive pin goes and make a little more clearance for the 1 way cup. I have to do that with the stock 46mm driveshafts on my MS with the narrow Worlds blocks.
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Old 02-01-2005, 12:38 AM   #6917
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Randy....

Echo belt part #D5101FR (this is the front & rear set)
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Old 02-01-2005, 11:34 AM   #6918
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Sweet, now since I havent even heard of the brand, does anyone know where I can pick it up?
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Old 02-01-2005, 11:34 AM   #6919
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Well its been a while since I've posted to this link, so I figured I'd share my latest carpet set-up with everyone (foam tires). Raced this past weekend in Maryland, RC Track.

Got the starting set-up from Jimmy Jacobson and EJ. 27T raor legal stock motors
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ASC purple springs / 50wt oil / stock piston
No sway bars
B/A block (5 degree sweep)
Red axle spacers (190mm wide)
Front Yok diff (set tight)
46mm steel dogbones, Ti axles
stock syspension arms (not the LW)
Shocks standing upright.
4.5mm ride height (1mm droop)
58mm Parma Cyan
Everything else stock settings

Rear:
ASC Red Springs / 50wt oil / stock piston
No sway bars
Overall rear Toe 1 degree (using the 1 degree alum hub carrier) Toe in blocks B/B
Camber link on the outer hole of the hub carrier
Red Axles spacer (190mm)
Stock diff. (white delrin wears too easily)
42mm alum dogbones, Ti axles
stock suspension arms (not the LW)
Shock upright (waiting for the MS towers)
5mm ride height (2mm droop)
58mm Parma Magenta
Everything else stock setting.

Parma 190mm Alfa / LF Belts -1 click rear, stock fr / 102 spur / monster stock- 25.6-26.3mm rollout

Hope this help
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Old 02-01-2005, 01:55 PM   #6920
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Has anyone on this board raced/owned a Pro4 and 415?

I'm considering switching but looking for input regarding the differences.

I've never owned any Tamiya's and all those weird 1XB, 1X, blocks I can't figure out.

I only race rubber tires on carpet and asphault in the summer.

Any input is appreciated.
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Old 02-01-2005, 03:15 PM   #6921
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Paging Mark Dawson to the white courtesy phone.

Please help Nexus.....Please note the sale of his Pro4 on this fine board here.
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Old 02-01-2005, 03:24 PM   #6922
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Hey Difuser, does Speedmind have a website?
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Old 02-01-2005, 03:34 PM   #6923
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Yokomo RaySpeed MIP CVD bones are 44mm.. if that helps any.

I currently run an after market low friction black belt on my car. I forgot who makes it though... Maybe Echo?? I don't remember. It's posted like.... 6 months ago hehe... I got that one before the Tamiya White belts came out. If you do a search you can find it.
which rayspeed dogbones fron or rear?
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i think they are sold through
www.magmarc.com

if i remember right.
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Old 02-01-2005, 04:22 PM   #6925
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Yup your right! I've been running the foam tires with great success.

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Old 02-01-2005, 04:30 PM   #6926
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i think they are sold through
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if i remember right.
Thanks, I have their Ko radio bag and really like it, just wondering what else they have.
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Old 02-01-2005, 04:55 PM   #6927
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That Jimmy J setup sounds pretty close to one I ran not too long ago. Different sweep up front though and different rear blocks... mine were D/D... his were B/B. Gotta try that out. But I also ran a red sway bar. Any idea on his camberlink height? Or arm spacing?

Dawg.... the RaySpeed CVD's are the same front to rear... the axles are different though. If SpeedtechRC doesn't sell the bones separate, you can pick them up at R10. Part number RS37. That is 980yen for one dog bone. They might have pairs as well? I dunno.
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Old 02-01-2005, 06:07 PM   #6928
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That Jimmy J setup sounds pretty close to one I ran not too long ago. Different sweep up front though and different rear blocks... mine were D/D... his were B/B. Gotta try that out. But I also ran a red sway bar. Any idea on his camberlink height? Or arm spacing?

Dawg.... the RaySpeed CVD's are the same front to rear... the axles are different though. If SpeedtechRC doesn't sell the bones separate, you can pick them up at R10. Part number RS37. That is 980yen for one dog bone. They might have pairs as well? I dunno.
Rayspeed bones+ Pro 4 axles = no more binding at full throw
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Old 02-01-2005, 07:50 PM   #6929
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Randy as Turbo stated...

As far as other products they have quite a range form Ceramics to Foam along with their new charger under the APS banner. Korey is using the charger also. It makes a nice alternative to having two GFX's on the pit table. They also have a pit bag out of the same mat'l as the radio bag. Real similar to the others with cardboard storage but the bag is cool looking. As we all know getting to the track looking cool is worth a 1/10th
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Old 02-01-2005, 08:33 PM   #6930
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I didnt realize they had so much stuff, now if only it was blue anodized, it would be good for 2/10 of a second.
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