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Old 07-05-2004, 03:07 AM
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Originally posted by J-P
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what tamiya shocks did they use??

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Tamiya TRF dampers, the're the shiznit. They even sell them separately and are around 50 USD set (4 shocks).
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Old 07-05-2004, 04:34 AM
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Hi all,

It's a real nice job done by Team Asso.
3 out of 3 the last three years isn't a joke!

They have a good car, but wouldn't it be nice to see another car on top?!

Think LRP didn't do their homework when they started to built the QC2.
That's a real shame, and I think Jilles did have to pay for that

Congratulations to Kearup, and his team.
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Old 07-05-2004, 04:44 AM
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i thoguth everyone new that the q2 wasnt waterproof? i thought this news months ago !

anyway here is my super water proof
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Old 07-05-2004, 07:36 AM
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That looks very professional!
What is the blue stuff where the wires go into the box?
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WOW....Can't believe a championship would be decided in these conditions
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thatīs really crazy!
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PW,

drive it or lose it!
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Old 07-05-2004, 07:56 AM
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If you look at that picture real close, you can see a Miss Budweiser Hydro in the background........
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From what I hear, Kearup moved a few things out of his way to the win

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If US drivers had to race in those conditions everyone would be sponsored by Kleenex.....because we all would be crying I think its really cool that they do race in the rain....just like F1.
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V12 the blue stuff are rubber seals that keep the wires water tight, the box wont allow any water in at all but has breathing space. Awesome for water racing and keeping the elecs safe. My friend made one for his elecs in his TC3 and has never had to remove his elecs for about 1 and a half year!!!
the top cover has a little compartment that you can easily remove to change crystals, and there are 2 screws that you can remove to make speeedo adjustments
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for what are these rubber seals originally used?
is it for industrial purpose or what?
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yeah i think
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Originally posted by T. Hodge
If US drivers had to race in those conditions everyone would be sponsored by Kleenex.....because we all would be crying I think its really cool that they do race in the rain....just like F1.
It's really cool when you are making millions of dollars driving a car you don't own (F1, Cart, etc)
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8 belt cars and 2 shaft way to go ASSOCIATED T.Hodge i guess you are right they are good on big tracks.
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