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Old 09-01-2011, 04:11 AM   #151
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Yes the standard 1 piece Tamiya blocks can work, not the 2 piece split Tamiyas.
I don't think the towers will go to production sorry.
Normal TC springs yes.

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It's shame to hear about the case of the towers, anyway, thanks for reply!

About the car kit and its parts, i wonder to know which online site could order them, could someone tell me, please?

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Old 09-12-2011, 12:06 AM   #152
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It's shame to hear about the case of the towers, anyway, thanks for reply!

About the car kit and its parts, i wonder to know which online site could order them, could someone tell me, please?

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I got mine here - referred from Exotek's site. Oh, thanks Mike! But just checked Exotek's site and they seem to have their own ordering systems now though. Hope that helps.
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Old 10-04-2011, 09:44 PM   #153
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I got mine here - referred from Exotek's site. Oh, thanks Mike! But just checked Exotek's site and they seem to have their own ordering systems now though. Hope that helps.
No no, i mean the original car kit, not the carbon chassis kit.
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I got a brand new one with carbon chassis never ran for sale, asking for 160 shipped.
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Old 10-04-2011, 11:40 PM   #155
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I got a brand new one with carbon chassis never ran for sale, asking for 160 shipped.

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Old 11-17-2011, 01:06 PM   #156
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Mike,

Does your mongoose chassis allow for adjustable wheelbase eg 210 to 225?
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Sorry no adjustable wheelbase on the mongoose.
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Anyone know what the gear ratio is for the goose??
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Old 11-25-2011, 04:39 PM   #159
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I received my Goose a few days ago. After installing the electronics, I put it on my set up station, set rear came to -2 deg, front 0. Front toe out 2, rear toe in std which i think is 3. I slapped on HPI's Porsche RSR and took it for a spin.

Im thoroughly impressed. Could not get the rear end to step out.. my last RWD was an M04, at 25% throttle it would spin out LOL.

This is a sweet little car, Im going to look forward to racing against FWD / M05s with it.
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Anyone know what the gear ratio is for the goose??

Hi SilverShelby here are gooses' gear info.



Goose stock gear ratio (FDR) is 5.404

Pinion 32

Spur 84

Counter Pulley 17

Diff Puller 35
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Is this kit discontinued?
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Is this kit discontinued?
Anyone? Any other mini variations out there?
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Anyone? Any other mini variations out there?
Its still in production. They're not as popular as the FWD cars, because those are easy to set up. This car takes a bit more skill.. I have both this and an M06.. I love running both of them..
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Its still in production. They're not as popular as the FWD cars, because those are easy to set up. This car takes a bit more skill.. I have both this and an M06.. I love running both of them..
How does the Goose compare to your M06? Just curious
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How does the Goose compare to your M06? Just curious
Been running the M06 Pro more since its wheelbase is adjustable.. I run a 225 mm body. I haven't tracked them back to back to see how one does over the other.

The Goose is a superior car though. Much more versatile. Its drive line is silky smooth, because its belt driven where as M06 uses clunky gears. You also have a lot more gearing options.
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