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Old 05-22-2010, 08:22 PM   #526
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You screw that from the bottom side of the chassis into the steering column. It locks it into place so its easier to set your toe adjustments without worrying if the wheels will move.
Cheers, that makes sense and is useful.

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Old 05-26-2010, 11:05 AM   #527
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Hey Teach did you try out your new car yet?
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You screw that from the bottom side of the chassis into the steering column. It locks it into place so its easier to set your toe adjustments without worrying if the wheels will move.
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wyd, it didn't come in yet but soon....
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wyd, it didn't come in yet but soon....
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Old 05-27-2010, 12:13 AM   #531
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wyd, it didn't come in yet but soon....
Oh ok. Thought you already had it. Be interested in what you think of the car once you get it.
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Old 05-27-2010, 04:13 AM   #532
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I saw some pics of 3racing guys testing a gear diff. They said it will be available soon. I m really impress on how fast they react to any improvement recommendation.
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Man, I finally got my car......so far the parts look very well crafted. Many of the parts look like the Tamiya stuff but you can tell 3racing put their spin on it. At a glance I would say this car is as good as any of the $500 cars (...at least in quality)
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Bout time someone else from this area got one =)
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Old 05-30-2010, 03:47 AM   #535
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Thought id post a few pics of mine...





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Old 05-30-2010, 05:09 AM   #536
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I had a go with my zero for the first time last night , it was good but think it can be better it seemed to have alot of body roll im using tamiya white xhard front springs and tamiya blue hard on the rear and a front anti rol bar , grip was good but i struggled to put the power down out of the corners , it is only a small carpet track so it had alot of tight twisty corners . I hope to try it on tarmac next weekend so any setup info will be good , i havent run tc for a few years so i am abit out of touch with set ups

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30s or 32s ? what about in the wet ?

also am i right in thinking the wishbones are the same as another brand ? (tamiya/xray)

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hey guys, little out of topic here:

Bearing holder and susp. arms, will they fit the 416?

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