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Old 12-27-2010, 02:09 AM
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Well I still haven't got an M06 yet, but this will do for now.
It's an M04, 210mm wheelbase and motor at the rear. I haven't driven it yet, I'm hoping to run it side by side with a friends M06 to compare.

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G'day Tim,

Here are my MO6M photo's. They are not much chop, however I will pull out my good camera tomorrow.

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Old 12-28-2010, 03:26 PM
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i have no idea how to make my M06 more lightweight.
any one has?please share.
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Salutations mini-geeks!

I've just bought, built and run my m06 pro.

Wow! It was a blast to drive although I think the stock setup is a little lacking in drivability.

I'm currently using type b all around and I must say, the car really blazes!

My m06 now has an alpine bodyshell on it and it looks brilliant on the table. However, the alpine bodyshell makes the mini look like a huge sausage on the track.... Eeks.

Does anyone know if the Fiat Abarth 1000 TCR Berlina Corse bodyshell fits the m06? I'll really like a shell that fits the short and cute nature of this terrific chassis.

Need help!

Shalom and God bless!

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QUOTE=foampervert;8404961]Salutations mini-geeks!

I've just bought, built and run my m06 pro.

Wow! It was a blast to drive although I think the stock setup is a little lacking in drivability.

I'm currently using type b all around and I must say, the car really blazes!

My m06 now has an alpine bodyshell on it and it looks brilliant on the table. However, the alpine bodyshell makes the mini look like a huge sausage on the track.... Eeks.

Does anyone know if the Fiat Abarth 1000 TCR Berlina Corse bodyshell fits the m06? I'll really like a shell that fits the short and cute nature of this terrific chassis.

Need help!

Shalom and God bless!

-alexander[/QUOT
The Abarth body should fit by measure it on top of the chassis. I'm almost done with 4 arms and body post, will keep you updated once I put it on probably. Can't wait!
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Has anyone try this beast at the race yet? Any good results?
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Originally Posted by t4m1y4niac View Post
i have no idea how to make my M06 more lightweight.
any one has?please share.
Lighter battery makes the biggest difference.
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foampervert,

The Tamiya Swift and Arbath body do not fit the MO6. The HPI Honda civic also does not fit. This is because of the longer rear end on the MO6. However a Ride WRX STI body does fit, which is 225mm. The HPI Mazda Mx 5 Miata body also fits.

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Also the HPI Bmw,Datsun 510,240Z and Tamiya Afla on 225mm
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M-06 pro back in stock!
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Originally Posted by caltek1 View Post
foampervert,

The Tamiya Swift and Arbath body do not fit the MO6. The HPI Honda civic also does not fit. This is because of the longer rear end on the MO6. However a Ride WRX STI body does fit, which is 225mm. The HPI Mazda Mx 5 Miata body also fits.

Later,

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I think he meant the Fiat abarth 1000 TCR not the Fiat abarth 500.
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Making things for this car?
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Tamiya Fiat Abarth 500 body does not fit. I tried to fit it to my MO6, to short in th rear end.
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Tamiya Fiat Abarth 500 body does not fit. I tried to fit it to my MO6, to short in th rear end.
Me thinks seasons29's gonna post again.
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