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Old 11-02-2011, 12:42 PM   #1306
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Hi what's is the different between Sakura zero and Sakura zero s"????
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Sakura Zero S is:No carbon and almost no Alloy.
Sakura Zero is: All carbon and alloy.

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The Zero S is the "entry level" version of the Zero. It's got FRP instead of graphite/CF and plastic instead of aluminum for some of the parts. You could convert a Zero S to a Zero by getting all of the parts individually if you wanted to. Other than that they are the same chassis. You can download the manuals for both from 3racing's site if you want to compare them piece by piece.
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Old 11-02-2011, 04:24 PM   #1309
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Old 11-06-2011, 11:36 PM   #1310
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Sakura Zero S is:No carbon and almost no Alloy.
Sakura Zero is: All carbon and alloy.

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I just got the 'S' . Only as I wanted a cheap RC car for a 2nd fun car.
Surprising just how much of the 'S' is actually plastic.
Only significant alloy chassis part is the Motor mount.
Shock towers are FRP.
FRP chassis isnt that bad, much more rigid than my Xray T3R FRP chassis
Shocks are UNTHREADED plastic, uses shims . A bit disappointing (but I knew in advance)
'S' has fr & rear gear diffs. A big bonus point.
Also has wheels .

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Old 12-01-2011, 08:24 PM   #1311
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My daughter's Sakura Zero... the girly pinky rc car...



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Old 02-18-2012, 10:21 AM   #1312
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haha i love the pit mat.
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Old 02-18-2012, 10:30 AM   #1313
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does anyone know of a set of spec r cv shafts that will fit the sakura. i think i wana try drifting my extra chassis.
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I used Tamiya axles on my Sakura as i didn't have any spare 3Racing when one broke
So the spec-r for Tamiya would fit also correct me if i am wrong.

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nice. thanks man ill give it a try.

how well does the it fit into the diff housing. is it looser or tighter.
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Used them up front in a spool.
No problems at all as Tamiya and Sakura spoolcups are the same.
I guess that you need the 3racing blades on the spec-r axles to let them fit.

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Old 02-18-2012, 11:01 AM   #1317
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so how similar are the sakura and the 416(nobody i know has a 416). do they share any other parts. i like sakura but i like tamiyas quality alot more than 3racing
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Have had them both.
Sakura Zero with the Tamiya 416 rear mod and still own a 416X lipo.
Diff's,pulleys and springs you can use when you have the plus4 shocktower up front and the rear mod done.
Some use the C-hubs from the sakura on there 416 but i didn't.
Never had any quality issues

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thats awesome, i appreciate your help man thanks for the pics.
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Your welcome.
Use the Sakura X1 rear lower arms and then use the normall suspensionblocks.
You get a smaller rear but more rear end grip.
Mine had the same and was awsome.
I needed to alter the front setup to get more steering.
It was a very neutral car after that.
Used the same setup on the TRF as on the Sakura.
Lap times where just 2 tenth apart but that was due to a different motor in the Sakura(Speedpassion in Sakura and LRP in the TRF).

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