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Old 09-19-2010, 02:24 AM   #781
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The sakura shock are very good....tamiya shock are long!
Why you would change they?
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Old 09-19-2010, 03:51 AM   #782
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because my car perform better with tamiya shock...

u look at the piston, for me its not rounded nicely...
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Old 09-19-2010, 05:35 AM   #783
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I've run both the Tamiya and the Sakura shocks and can't tell between them. What I can say is the Sakura shocks are just as good or better than the Tamiya shocks in quality.
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Old 09-19-2010, 07:46 AM   #784
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I've run both the Tamiya and the Sakura shocks and can't tell between them. What I can say is the Sakura shocks are just as good or better than the Tamiya shocks in quality.
better?

it's ok...just my own opinion..
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Old 09-19-2010, 09:49 AM   #785
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I notice in 3racing website Sakura Zero S, what about this car? A new and optimized version with the optional parts included?
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I notice in 3racing website Sakura Zero S, what about this car? A new and optimized version with the optional parts included?
Maybe its the new 2wd front drive car like Tamiya FF03 car.
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Old 09-19-2010, 10:04 AM   #787
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I've run both the Tamiya and the Sakura shocks and can't tell between them. What I can say is the Sakura shocks are just as good or better than the Tamiya shocks in quality.
That is true....the stock ones are fine....its just shorter than most shocks out there....I m using TRF shock bodies (longer) but that is because I want to use HPI silver springs (which is also longer than the stock spring) and you need the optional 4mm higher front and rear shock towers to match it.
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Old 09-19-2010, 10:54 AM   #788
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I notice in 3racing website Sakura Zero S, what about this car? A new and optimized version with the optional parts included?
Looks to me like a de speced version with FRP chassis and more plastic parts it is also cheaper to buy if you look at the price
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Old 09-19-2010, 11:09 PM   #789
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Sakura S is the new RTR model. all aluminum parts replace by plastic, front and rear gear diff, FRP chassis and shock tower. Plastic shocks..... Will be avaliable as RTR or kit form at a very competitive price.
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i try to answer the post of paultric and kschu with my email but couple of times said that the moderator will read and post my reply, but i guess that i canīt post my email here... Kschu, i add u ok, Paultric, try to put ur email ok... mine one is my NICK plus @hotmail.com... thanks...

Soon we will have one or two more sakuras in RJ championship... Cause here we have one 3racing partner and he have a LOT of spare parts all saturday on track... And they are very cheap... What the final ratio u guys are running, i go with 80 (stock) with 23. internal 2 (38/19).. 6,95... My motor get 95 ~ 110 ... This is HOT... But our track are mix but with 60 meters straight line... Any sugestion are apreciate....

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Old 09-21-2010, 12:42 AM   #791
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i try to answer the post of paultric and kschu with my email but couple of times said that the moderator will read and post my reply, but i guess that i canīt post my email here... Kschu, i add u ok, Paultric, try to put ur email ok... mine one is my NICK plus @hotmail.com... thanks...

Soon we will have one or two more sakuras in RJ championship... Cause here we have one 3racing partner and he have a LOT of spare parts all saturday on track... And they are very cheap... What the final ratio u guys are running, i go with 80 (stock) with 23. internal 2 (38/19).. 6,95... My motor get 95 ~ 110 ... This is HOT... But our track are mix but with 60 meters straight line... Any sugestion are apreciate....

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It seems like you are overreving your motor. With a 60 metre straight i would go at a 5,5 gearing or something like that. Remember it can help with cooling the motor.
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Luciano,

let me have your msn !
I'm from Sao Paulo and will buy a Sakura very soon !
Letīs talk !

thanks
let us know when u get your sakura zero, will give you big welcome at here :P
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It seems like you are overreving your motor. With a 60 metre straight i would go at a 5,5 gearing or something like that. Remember it can help with cooling the motor.
5,5 ... Ok... i will try 80/28(i have a 28t) that iīll get 5,7 .. and see what happens... I hope this descent the temp of MM... also driled a lot of holes on the back and front motor plate to help, like teampowers motors... saturday iīll try this all toghether and sunday we have the race... Thanks...

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What turns does the motor have? I assumed you are driving 17,5T, but even if its 13,5T i would go down in gearing.
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Old 09-21-2010, 11:25 AM   #795
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The new Alu Shock Spring Base Cover (-1)...very very nice!
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