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Old 05-11-2011, 02:20 AM   #1111
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Sounds good to me..

can you tell me what brand/model of blocks fit on it??

I much prefer with narrow car setup now, since I started to use 4mm hex front/rear the car has much better steering than standard.

I have tried the new narrow blocks on the rear but don't like it much unless I can narrow the front too. I found just narrow the rear it take away the steering on high speed corners, and created too much rotation on slow speed corners.


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I did that when there were no other front blocks availeble, it gives you a lot of front toe on the front susp arms. It works pretty wel Still using it

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Old 05-12-2011, 06:24 AM   #1112
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Old 05-12-2011, 06:34 AM   #1113
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when will that be out?
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Better yet what are the differences to the old car beside seeing a gear diff as stock?

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Is it me, or does that chassis look even narrower than the Zero narrow chassis? Double arm steering and rear shock tower... I hope they have shorter arms too.
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Old 05-13-2011, 12:10 AM   #1116
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It looks like it is as narrow as the optional chassis of the Zero
Also i see the vertical motormount present.
Are there tech spec online yet or detailed pictures?

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Is it me, or does that chassis look even narrower than the Zero narrow chassis? Double arm steering and rear shock tower... I hope they have shorter arms too.
It has narrow arms. I already have them on my Zero and they work great
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It has narrow arms. I already have them on my Zero and they work great
Is the front arms also narrower? Or just the rear?
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Is the front arms also narrower? Or just the rear?
Both sets of arms are narrow

And I run the narrow rear blocks
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Hi

what is the code for narrow arns?
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what is the code for narrow arns?
Not available yet
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You cheeky bugger
You got inside info
Shame on you for not sharing

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I have the narrow arms. We ran them at TITC in Thailand. The car handles very well with them . Very easy to drive
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Got a release date on the arms? I've been tempting to toss on some Tamiya arms to try out, but I guess I'll hold off.
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Old 05-14-2011, 09:45 PM   #1125
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Hey Cannon, tell 3Racing they need to make a thick narrow chassis with no holes in it. I think I'll need one for carpet season in the fall/winter or high traction tracks.
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