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Old 09-29-2010, 12:22 AM   #31
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Be careful of the F1 rules. At the last moment this year they announced only F103, F104 and the HPI F Ten were allowed to be used. A lot of guys with F109 etc were not happy
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THey are considering bringing it forward one week so as not to clash with the Euro indoors
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Phew, lucky I didn't book the tickets yet. It will be my first time going to TITC and after I reading last years thread I think they had a similar situation with changing dates.
I emailed itaru directly regarding the possible change in schedules. He said though that the dates will not change even if there's conflict with the euro indoor champs. But don't take my word for it, suggest you email him as well to get confirmation ...
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I emailed itaru directly regarding the possible change in schedules. He said though that the dates will not change even if there's conflict with the euro indoor champs. But don't take my word for it, suggest you email him as well to get confirmation ...
Yes I have heard that they have now decided not to change the date. It is the same issue as in Feb this year
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Be careful of the F1 rules. At the last moment this year they announced only F103, F104 and the HPI F Ten were allowed to be used. A lot of guys with F109 etc were not happy
Very useful info to know, thanks.
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Very useful info to know, thanks.
You might note that the F1 final is a 30 minute race in case you hadn't seen it .. with tyre and battery change. On some of the F1's changing tyres means undoing the diff .... very ugly idea
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You might note that the F1 final is a 30 minute race in case you hadn't seen it .. with tyre and battery change. On some of the F1's changing tyres means undoing the diff .... very ugly idea
I noticed the 30 min final. That will require a lot on concentration but at least it won't be the middle of summer.

The TF108 uses a diff similar to the F104 so changing tyres won't be an issue. I have a shelf queen F103 I built from parts that I can use if I have to. The TF108 diff/axle will fit straight in.

If they allow F109's that could be an issue for them though. From memory (someone please correct me if I'm wrong) they use the 3racing F103 diff/axle parts.

....... hmm, have to work out how to rig up two high speed powerdrills in pit lane for super quick tire changes
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Hello,
I am sorry but this is off topic but i am looking for a good hobby shop in Bangkok Thailand that carries some onroad cars?

Thank you for your input.
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I am sorry but this is off topic but i am looking for a good hobby shop in Bangkok Thailand that carries some onroad cars?

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RCS, Siam Tamiya, FRC, Maxima, Concept Toy, Turbo Hobby, Puen RC, TT Hobby....long list. Check out www.9turbo.com and use Google Translate.
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If they allow F109's that could be an issue for them though. From memory (someone please correct me if I'm wrong) they use the 3racing F103 diff/axle parts.
You can fit the 3racing F104 out-tuned diff to the 109, diff problem sorted...
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RCS, Siam Tamiya, FRC, Maxima, Concept Toy, Turbo Hobby, Puen RC, TT Hobby....long list. Check out www.9turbo.com and use Google Translate.
9turbo will be there? they make good ESC.
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Could somebody tell me which F1 chassis could make fast battery replacement, please?
I guess F103 is the easiest, unfortunately in the race rules, they are just allowing using f104 wheels and tyres.

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There 1 thing i want also to know, will they have restrict in the chassis in F1 class?
I remember in last year they did, but i didn't see in this year.

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There 1 thing i want also to know, will they have restrict in the chassis in F1 class?
I remember in last year they did, but i didn't see in this year.

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Just email the organisers
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I was just informed by TITC organisers that they are adding a FWD TC class (FF03, TOP Sabre, Sakura FF etc)
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I was just informed by TITC organisers that they are adding a FWD TC class (FF03, TOP Sabre, Sakura FF etc)
is it confirmed? they havent updated the website with the info. hope its true...
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