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Old 06-08-2004, 01:05 PM   #136
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Thanks, Dave. No timing yet. But I'll keep you guys posted!
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how much is the complete kit for the pro4 HTS chassis?

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That looks Sweet Ben......good job

Lazyboy....I think he said something like in the $119.99 range....but Im not 100% sure. And thats a heck of a deal for all you get.
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Old 06-08-2004, 06:31 PM   #139
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Pre-order for our HTS Pro 4 chassis kit is now on-line!

http://www.teamprpracing.com/pro4.html

This first production run will be limited!

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Old 06-10-2004, 12:06 PM   #140
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All US pre orders get free shipping on our Pro 4 kit! Worlwide orders ship for only $3.00!
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Old 06-14-2004, 03:07 PM   #141
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I'm curious to hear how you guys are running with our one way brace plate? is it keeping you gears in tact as well as it has been for us?

Also, if anyone needs additional screws for the brace, please let me know!

Thank you!
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Ben.....I ran mine for the first time a week ago in Mod and had a head on carsh at about 35 to 40mph and all I did was strip the spur gear. Not even a mark on the gear on the 1 way....the brace works

I hope to get some more track time this weekend on the HTS chassis....it worked great last time out on rubber tires on asphalt.
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I'm curious to hear how you guys are running with our one way brace plate? is it keeping you gears in tact as well as it has been for us?

Also, if anyone needs additional screws for the brace, please let me know!

Thank you!
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The Brace Works really Good...I have done some testing with the New HPI one yesterday and Yours seems to brace the Back of the Gear more were the HPI one is a bit Smaller...and with the HPI one I have Striped 2 gears ( 10 packs ...D6 7T single ) and with your gear brace 30 packs and not one problen...( well maybe one small one the 19T bevel gear is the weak link now )

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Any more info on the XXX-S shock towers ?

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I'm curious to hear how you guys are running with our one way brace plate? is it keeping you gears in tact as well as it has been for us?

Also, if anyone needs additional screws for the brace, please let me know!

Thank you!
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ive been running flawless for about week and thats when i first put the car on the track, and a couple days later i ran 19t in practice and launch my car in the car stand from taking a corner to close to the borads(that smarts) the only thing i messed up in my car already is the mip dog bones that i bent just a litte

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The Brace Works really Good...I have done some testing with the New HPI one yesterday and Yours seems to brace the Back of the Gear more were the HPI one is a bit Smaller...and with the HPI one I have Striped 2 gears ( 10 packs ...D6 7T single ) and with your gear brace 30 packs and not one problen...( well maybe one small one the 19T bevel gear is the weak link now )
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That's great news, Dave. Thanks for posting!
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Any more info on the XXX-S shock towers ?
I've been putting a lot of thought into a new tower set. I've had numerous ideas and drawings and will be completing them this week.

I'm looking to get a prototype set ready for testing within 10-12 days.

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ive been running flawless for about week and thats when i first put the car on the track, and a couple days later i ran 19t in practice and launch my car in the car stand from taking a corner to close to the borads(that smarts) the only thing i messed up in my car already is the mip dog bones that i bent just a litte
Cool, glad to hear your gears are making it! Yeah, I've bent a dogbone too- I wonder if MIP will come out with a thicker aluminum bone, kind of like the thick XXXS bones??? That would be nice.
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Cool, glad to hear your gears are making it! Yeah, I've bent a dogbone too- I wonder if MIP will come out with a thicker aluminum bone, kind of like the thick XXXS bones??? That would be nice.
Even though it's not purple...the IRS big dog bone will fit..and any of the TC3 bones or 50mm will fit...
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Old 06-15-2004, 12:48 PM   #150
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Are the IRS hardcoated or just plain Alum? I'm too lazy to look right now
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