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Old 10-13-2010, 11:17 PM   #451
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Hey Patrick. You been talkin' about racing for a long time and haven't seen you for quite awhile. When you gonna show up at TZII to race?
You missed it the last time I raced , I am an engineering student AND I am racing BIG cars. So lil cars aren't the number one priority. I will give you a ride in my street car and you might understand better lol. I am waiting on my T3 2011 to show up and then I will be out to race again this carpet season. I got spoiled in socal with nice tracks and high grip. Racing nitro with no grip is less fun. But I will be back for carpet season like last year You should get a rubber tire sedan and come play with the big kids lol. I was thinkin about goin to the TZ Grand Prix but I had no touring car. I usually get rid of my cars mid asphalt season and wait out the new car. You haven't even raced me yet so I don't know why your in a hurry for me to come back. You run those lil pancars lol. I have bodies painted up and ready to cut out. I will have a car within the next three weeks or so depending on customs / my car budget. With my classes its work to get a 3.3gpa.
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Old 10-14-2010, 03:52 AM   #452
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Old 10-14-2010, 10:44 AM   #453
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You missed it the last time I raced , I am an engineering student AND I am racing BIG cars. So lil cars aren't the number one priority. I will give you a ride in my street car and you might understand better lol. I am waiting on my T3 2011 to show up and then I will be out to race again this carpet season. I got spoiled in socal with nice tracks and high grip. Racing nitro with no grip is less fun. But I will be back for carpet season like last year You should get a rubber tire sedan and come play with the big kids lol. I was thinkin about goin to the TZ Grand Prix but I had no touring car. I usually get rid of my cars mid asphalt season and wait out the new car. You haven't even raced me yet so I don't know why your in a hurry for me to come back. You run those lil pancars lol. I have bodies painted up and ready to cut out. I will have a car within the next three weeks or so depending on customs / my car budget. With my classes its work to get a 3.3gpa.
Hey Patrick, I do have a T2 '008 that I ran at the IIC last month and will be running this season in addition to my 12th. It was my son's foam car that I converted into a rubber car. Has Mike Hanulec's superb setup. You could have borrowed it for the TZGP.

See ya at the track.
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Old 10-14-2010, 01:46 PM   #454
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Will these put the links in the same position as the Hillbilly link mod?
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no they will be shorter then the hillbilly link
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the manual had said same STD L1 L2 post !
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the manual had said same STD L1 L2 post !
Do they come with a suitable ball joint?
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Do they come with a suitable ball joint?
you can use XRAY many type ball joint fit to use !
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Just ran my T3'011 today at the Ardent Raceway in the UK,

The car was very promising. More front end flex also,

I would just watch out for the servo saver and servo arm and make sure there is a good clearance between them

Other than that the build was a treat =)

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Old 10-16-2010, 12:06 AM   #460
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Just ran my T3'011 today at the Ardent Raceway in the UK,

The car was very promising. More front end flex also,

I would just watch out for the servo saver and servo arm and make sure there is a good clearance between them

Other than that the build was a treat =)

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Hi Stefan,

A few Questions. Is the space between the servo and motor the same as the old car? It looks a lot less from the pictures of other guys cars. Hope its not the case Also, What Bump steer have you tried? Looking at the kit setup its 2mm, but pics from ETS suggest the guys arent using any, or 1mm.

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Hi Stefan,

A few Questions. Is the space between the servo and motor the same as the old car? It looks a lot less from the pictures of other guys cars. Hope its not the case Also, What Bump steer have you tried? Looking at the kit setup its 2mm, but pics from ETS suggest the guys arent using any, or 1mm.

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It seems that the distance motor/servo is the same compared to the T3.
check it HERE.
It's weird to me as well. The space looks smaller but it's actually not.
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Old 10-16-2010, 06:31 AM   #462
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It seems that the distance motor/servo is the same compared to the T3.
check it HERE.
It's weird to me as well. The space looks smaller but it's actually not.
the space is smaller, i can't fit in my receiver...
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Old 10-16-2010, 06:33 AM   #463
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one more thing to share here, if you are using Tekin motor with light gearing (small pinion) you need to modified your upper deck to fit in the motor...
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the space is smaller, i can't fit in my receiver...
No way?! Are you sure it's smaller ?
Why Xray would lie or fake a picture to show us it's the same as before ?
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No way?! Are you sure it's smaller ?
Why Xray would lie or fake a picture to show us it's the same as before ?
yes, i am sure...i own T3 and 2011 spec...

if you read the instruction manual 2011 spec page 30, there is a tach tips in order to fit in your equipment...
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