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Old 12-06-2004, 03:07 AM   #2041
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I noticed that Hebiki didn't have the support posts for the center of chassis, to join the plastic top and bottom decks on. I believe that they come with the clear tamiya plastic stuff too. Can anybody confirm that??

also, what are the ball ends used there?? I mean the grey cups that sit on the balls.

Also, what turnbuckles are used there too. I really wanna get some more of this blue on my car!!
Yes, they do. We got the blue ones and they are an exact tree copy.
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now if only he could get the clear pink covers...
I got a quick fix on that! Chris... pass by my place and I'll spray those covers with a light coat of Le Mans Pink... just your fave choice of color... (Yo Jeffrey, how are you? )
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that was an idea i hadnt thought of... painting the inside! i bet that would look good.
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Old 12-06-2004, 08:39 AM   #2044
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I got a quick fix on that! Chris... pass by my place and I'll spray those covers with a light coat of Le Mans Pink... just your fave choice of color... (Yo Jeffrey, how are you? )
Hey Ian! Congrates on the TCS win. I want to hear all about the trip to Japan next time I see you. In fact, when is the next time you all doing the Mabuchi race? I want to race too!
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Old 12-07-2004, 03:11 AM   #2045
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the clear covers look great! its abit too expensive though and having it shipped to the philippines would add to the cost.oh well, i guess looking at the gears turn are just way off the budget right now. hey hebiki, the more agressive the better!hehehehe send it to me. might like it.
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Old 12-07-2004, 11:59 AM   #2046
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I love the pink body clip! YES!
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I got a quick fix on that! Chris... pass by my place and I'll spray those covers with a light coat of Le Mans Pink... just your fave choice of color... (Yo Jeffrey, how are you? )
that'd be a good idea! it'll match the rest of the pink on my car.. although i should have just reanodized the entire car PINK!


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I noticed that Hebiki didn't have the support posts for the center of chassis, to join the plastic top and bottom decks on. I believe that they come with the clear tamiya plastic stuff too. Can anybody confirm that??

also, what are the ball ends used there?? I mean the grey cups that sit on the balls.

Also, what turnbuckles are used there too. I really wanna get some more of this blue on my car!!
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i do have the support posts (clear ones) but i opted to use on black one since it was threaded already. i tried using the clear one that came with the covers.. but it was kinda hard to tighten down and i didnt want to snap them in half, break or strip them. so i just saved it. im only running ONE support since i dont need the car to be UBER stiff. (asphalt racing).

grey/gray cups are tamiya. it comes with the flourine coated ball studs and ends. they're the low friction ones. it shaved off .0000000001 from each of my lap times! seriously, they're just super smooth and i figured might as well have them!

turnbuckles are all tamiya (left over from my old 415, (may she rest in peace)) i wouldnt recommend them tho. although very very light, the bend very easily. im gonna switch those out to the tamiya Ti ones (like my steering turnbuckles, Tamiya Ti. (3x18mm)

blue stuff on the shocks are more vital tho. threaded for easier tightening.
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Hey guys, I just talked to Jason @ BMI racing. He said he might be interested in making a thicker "BMI" chassis for this car. I hope he does, because it really needs it!
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Hey guys, I just talked to Jason @ BMI racing. He said he might be interested in making a thicker "BMI" chassis for this car. I hope he does, because it really needs it!
for carpet yup.... but for asphalt.. the 2mm - 2.5mm works pretty good for me
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Can someone please inform which is the part number for squat gold bearings 1510?

Also these bearings, do you open them and clean them and if yes, how often?

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Can someone please inform which is the part number for squat gold bearings 1510?

Also these bearings, do you open them and clean them and if yes, how often?

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I can get the part # for you ...but it will be after I get of of work...and as far as Mainit. on them.... "DO NOT OPEN THEM UP"!! Just spary/pressure clean them out and 2-3 drops of Royal Oil about every 10-15packs ..... These bearings are the best I have used hands down...... now if only I could find out who makes them in China
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My chassis tweaks very bad no matter what I'm running on, asfault or carpet.
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any one know the part # for the motor heat sink that comes with the evo IV?
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any one know the part # for the motor heat sink that comes with the evo IV?
Bad crash? I have an extra one if you want.
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the manual shows 9400169....
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any one know the part # for the motor heat sink that comes with the evo IV?
Why don't you wait for a few more days untill Square comes out with there 2 piece motor mount
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