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Old 07-27-2010, 05:19 PM   #31
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Hi Damien, all will be revealed next Monday.
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Well I've been waiting for Stormer to get Corally parts in so I can replace the MIP CVDs it comes with...but if the Litemodz ones will be compatible I would rather get them...soon.
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Jonrg,

Will the bones be interchangeable? What I'm trying to said, there a few of us that use a different length bone than what came with the car kit.
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Roll on Monday, interesting to see what they will cost.
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Will the bones be interchangeable? What I'm trying to said, there a few of us that use a different length bone than what came with the car kit.
If you require a specific length which is "common" to the make you require we should be able to accomodate you. What we won't be able to do unless you want to pay a premium is make "Taylor made" lengths.
Also front and rear axles won't be interchangeable.

What are you running at the moment?

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I think he was reffering to different length bones, as with a tamiya for example, you can run 42/44/46mm bones, but on the site it doesn't mention what length the bones are.
If that makes sense

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Thanks Luke, I've edited my original post.
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What the bones made from? Titanium, right? How is the strength and weight versus what we normally run on Tamiyas (steel in the front, aluminum in the rear)?
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I think he was reffering to different length bones, as with a tamiya for example, you can run 42/44/46mm bones, but on the site it doesn't mention what length the bones are.
If that makes sense

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Thanks for making sense for my bad grammer.
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Nice, looking forward to it.
I couldnt understand how this system would help about tire wear... any ideas?

Can you guys measure the weight of the one axle and one driveshaft for the NT1?
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If you require a specific length which is "common" to the make you require we should be able to accomodate you. What we won't be able to do unless you want to pay a premium is make "Taylor made" lengths.
Also front and rear axles won't be interchangeable.

What are you running at the moment?
Right now I raced a Photon. Depending on how you set up the rear diff, you use either a 44.5mm bone or a 46mm bone. The same situation can happen in the front end. A litemodz spool will use a certain length bone and a gear diff will use a different length. It would be helpful to know what lengths are available.

I am definitely want this cvd! I just want to be able to adjust to different track situations.
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Right now I raced a Photon. Depending on how you set up the rear diff, you use either a 44.5mm bone or a 46mm bone. The same situation can happen in the front end. A litemodz spool will use a certain length bone and a gear diff will use a different length. It would be helpful to know what lengths are available.

I am definitely want this cvd! I just want to be able to adjust to different track situations.
Even that might change with the Litemodz...depending on the spacing of the joint compared to the stock one may change the length of the bone needed.
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That maybe so, but with the listing of bone lengths you should be able to figure out which one you need.
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Musti, you have a PM.
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