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Old 11-03-2009, 10:49 PM   #946
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I use the Honda CRX and it works for me here in SoCal and the majority seem to like the Datsun Sunny coupe as well as the Toyota Corrolla.
for me the 240Z bre is perfect for a high speed track , the sunny coupe is also a favorite here is socal as CSF0623 stated due to it's infield handling
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Old 11-04-2009, 10:36 AM   #948
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The CF Chassis will be the best with tape to fit any Lipo on it, but the orions up to 3600's fit on the stock chassis with the stock battery strap, but if you use batteries such as r1werks 5000's CF will be your ticket.
Thanks for the reply. I'll get the CF chassis from Mimi and give it a shot.
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My car is a kit I bought a longtime ago. That's why I have somany questions (sorry). Diff adjustment. With the diff out of the car and the 2 screwdriver method, how hard should the gear be to turn for the rear? The front? Could some of you guys post yor setups? Thanks!
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I use the Honda CRX and it works for me here in SoCal and the majority seem to like the Datsun Sunny coupe as well as the Toyota Corrolla.

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for me the 240Z bre is perfect for a high speed track , the sunny coupe is also a favorite here is socal as CSF0623 stated due to it's infield handling


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My car is a kit I bought a longtime ago. That's why I have somany questions (sorry). Diff adjustment. With the diff out of the car and the 2 screwdriver method, how hard should the gear be to turn for the rear? The front? Could some of you guys post yor setups? Thanks!
I personally dont have a special setup for my diff, infact my car has been runnin out from the box since the last race season up to now, 11 races in totall, with out any diff rebuild, but again this the benefit of a spec racing, keep it slow , cars last long, but any who,... some would tight them up up front and a bit in the back,
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I personally dont have a special setup for my diff, infact my car has been runnin out from the box since the last race season up to now, 11 races in totall, with out any diff rebuild, but again this the benefit of a spec racing, keep it slow , cars last long, but any who,... some would tight them up up front and a bit in the back,
The problem is that nothing in the kit was put together. I had to completely build the diffs. The instructions tell me what I need to know but they are in Japanese. The setups i was wanting posted was complete car setups.
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I am getting the nice aluminum bits from ABC and the carbon chassis, but was wondering if there are other manufacturers for the genetics car? Like is there an aluminum knuckle arm kit or suspension arm kit, upper arm holder, and aluminum rims? I want to really hop up the car. thanks!
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Like is there an aluminum knuckle arm kit or suspension arm kit, upper arm holder, and aluminum rims? I want to really hop up the car. thanks!
I've only seen TAMIYA aluminum wheels in the past, since they have been discontinued, but you can still find them on Ebay for $$$, if available new. Besides, aluminum wheels are for display purpose only (heavier). Just go with some aluminum or chrome plated wheels instead (lighter).
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