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Old 03-04-2007, 01:50 PM
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That may be but I have no desire to go back to saddle pack batteries and tape
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anyone know were I can get 1 for the 12th car?
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Originally Posted by Ffejdat
Hey all, I have a few more pics of the Jari FF-07 chassis that John posted yesterday, this is actually the first "kit" from Jari, in other words, this is how all the parts will be, the final version for now, all CNC'ed out, up till now some parts have been hand made....
Jari has a homemade CNC router that cuts out the graphite parts, and is farming out the pod plates, all the parts are an absolute work of art and go together beautifully! The axle holders in the pods are PERFECT for the IRS holders, no shimming, gluing, or material removal required! This whole car is extremly low, and really stiff, it is a great carpet car. I believe he plans on having these for sale very soon, still working on an official name and website, etc....
a 12th racer i know in AZ who ran some of the Corally 12ths prior to the SPX had a similiar tweek system. those cars also had t-bars flush mounted with the main plate like the older Delta P12 Spyder
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Old 03-04-2007, 03:29 PM
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all i can say guys is the ff07 is a awsome car! i ran mine for the first time at the race in omaha! handels like a dream! like john i to am part of the stress testing team!!!! lol handels up just like it should! as for the saddle packs no way around that but i did put a couple stand offs from crc with there t-force battery retainers in mine and it works great!
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just got my ff07, start biulding tonight
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is it a whole kit or conversion?
of course.....how much?
how does one acquire one?
the motor mount slots are short, would this car be able to geared tall for BL motors?
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Old 03-04-2007, 05:25 PM
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What's an ideal starting size for tires for asphault and how small can you run?
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i start mine at 1.850 rears and 1.75 fronts for most conditions.for a main i run 1.8 rear and 1.7 front.this is with wraps tires and you can run them down to about 1.6 front and 1.7 rear before they peel like a potato
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Originally Posted by protc3
i start mine at 1.850 rears and 1.75 fronts for most conditions.for a main i run 1.8 rear and 1.7 front.this is with wraps tires and you can run them down to about 1.6 front and 1.7 rear before they peel like a potato
J pm me your set up!!
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Hi Guys, I just bought a gen x yesterday put it together and its ready for racing tomarrow, the tires that came in the kit, does anyone know what color they are? Any help would be appreciated.
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Hi Guys, I just bought a gen x yesterday put it together and its ready for racing tomarrow, the tires that came in the kit, does anyone know what color they are? Any help would be appreciated.
they are usually purple fronts and grey rears
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Old 03-04-2007, 07:19 PM
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I have just gotten into !/12th and am wondering what sevos people are running on the associated 12l4. At the moment i am using a hs 65 out of desperation but this is to small and icant see it surving more than one or two hits. I dont want to spend huge bucks and i dont need anything sUper quick aS IRUN A LOT OF EXPO to get rid of twitchyness. Colud you also advise if it will run the supplied sevo saver or not.
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Originally Posted by fast-ho-cars
is it a whole kit or conversion?
of course.....how much?
how does one acquire one?
the motor mount slots are short, would this car be able to geared tall for BL motors?
I would PM 'Jari' for the answers and he can better tell you what you need to know. He checks his PM's frequently.
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Old 03-04-2007, 10:04 PM
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It is conversion kit. 39 is biggest pinion with 88 spur.
I have limited pars available right now so pm me more info.


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Originally Posted by radio_car_racer
anyone know were I can get 1 for the 12th car?
You might want to check with HPI. The side springs came from HPI's on-road pan cars. Here is the link to get the part #'s of the potional springs: http://www.hpiracing.com/graphics/instr/sm/sm-005.jpg

Or you can look at the instructions for the HPI RoadStar 10 on their website on page 5. It has the option springs listed that would fit.
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