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Old 05-04-2004, 05:17 AM
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Club Enthuse is led by a guy who makes one of a kind proto's based on existing cars.













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Very nice
The shock position is pretty uncommon compared to the actual competition.
Is there a second red aluminium rear brace under the carbon one?
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Hi there!

Some modifications/upgrades look very interesting. Just sent you an email.

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this is way cool!!!! will it be available for everyone?

this would make the cuda a 12 on a scale of 1 - 10.

cant wait to kick my buddy's MY-02 with that.
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i like the diffcovers. will they fit the r2 bulkheads?
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Wow-this is eaxactly what I have been tryng to get made-a shaft drive, carbon fiber tub chassis. This cars got amazingly low CG it seems.

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shock positions gotta go do they actualy work like that??
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very, very cool.

i think the shocks should work just fine like that. notice that the lower mounting position is way outside so that the amount of shock travel is still adequate despite the relaxed angle. i too, would like to see the option to stand them up though.

that is a very pretty car. apparently this dude is responsible for the atlas car that i started a thread on. the atlas ym34ce or club enthuse version.

some very good ideas at work here. i would love to contact the creator and exchange ideas.

guys, also note that unless the track width is narrower than the original alex car, 28mm foams will not work if your track employs the 190mm maximum width rule. perhaps the creator had the foresight to bring the arms in 3-4 mm total to allow for spacers?

but i've got an even better idea.
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haha, sounds like you're gettin a lot of e-mail over this one Barry

That definately looks awesome, I totally dig the molded carbon fiber, it's finally coming to RC cars
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by the way - those might be the sexiest pictures of an r/c car i've ever seen.
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Originally posted by seaball
by the way - those might be the sexiest pictures of an r/c car i've ever seen.
I second that. I might have to build an R3 now. Means I'm gonna be broke again.
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GREAT LOOKING BEAST !!
and i love the look to

But i think alot of your questons are answered in Barry White's First line of text :-

Club Enthuse is led by a guy who makes one of a kind proto's


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When it comes to R/C, everything has a price.
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Originally posted by RandyB
shock positions gotta go do they actualy work like that??
i would assums they work fine but the shocks being laid down that much would call for a harder spring then usual
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