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Old 06-12-2005, 01:42 AM   #2446
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Pretty sure it is and the only difference is its threaded on one side to hold the pin for the steels caps.
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Old 06-12-2005, 08:13 AM   #2447
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Just talking to some guys over on the VFS1 thread, do you guys think my speedo is sticking out too far over the chassis? It's only a 1/4". -JB
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Old 06-12-2005, 08:57 AM   #2448
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JayBee- the bones are no weaker than standard bones. Just drilled on the very end for a set screw. I don't think a 1/4" is major. You could put some kind of a white line on it if you wanted and check to see if it is rubbing through the corners. If you are running at like 3mm ride height then it might be close in the corners.

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Old 06-12-2005, 04:32 PM   #2449
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Better safe than sorry. I damage one of the brush hoods yesterday in a side impact. Pics is a motor endbell guard made from an old plastic bumper.
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Old 06-12-2005, 11:44 PM   #2450
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Nice electronics layout and wiring too!

I like it!
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Old 06-13-2005, 12:19 AM   #2451
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Yeah I bashed a tube in on my V2 as well. I guess it is just unusual cause motors have been inside the chassis in the past. I think you will find damage to most motors but usually you can fix it up ok. The hassle is the brush shunts being ripped apart.

Hey cookie... saw and hacked abott on the weekend (kinda my mistake) but didn't see you!
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Old 06-13-2005, 12:36 AM   #2452
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Not surprised you didn't see me! As I was at TFTR club day racing! Awesome fun :-)

Can't wait to Winter Champs, only 2 weeks now! Will be awesome! Especially to see Hara, Karn and Teemu going flat out!
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it holds 3 boxes, which measure..:
9 3/4 wide, 5 1/4 tall, and 19 long each, outside dimensions. very nice black boxes, with a red Corally label on each. the bag itself is...

16 1/2 tall, 10 1/4 wide, and 19 1/2 long. nice heavy duty zipper, and a pocket on the side.


the boxes will fit a electric touring car with the body on easily, in case anyone was wondering...
I got one of the Hauler bags last week....Perfect size! Only wish it had a shoulder strap as well.
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Old 06-13-2005, 12:17 PM   #2454
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Greetings,

What does the updated thrust bearing look like (color, shape?). I remember reading somewhere that there was one version that failed fairly easy.
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What does the updated thrust bearing look like (color, shape?). I remember reading somewhere that there was one version that failed fairly easy.
New one is copper or brass colored and double caged. The bad one is silver colored.
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Joey.. you got that thing put together yet!??
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Old 06-13-2005, 03:25 PM   #2457
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Hell-o Badboy,

Ya, it's together...I'm going testing this weekend. Modesto probably.

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Hey guys I raced my car outdoors on a med bite track and I experienced some roll problems with the car. I'm running 60/40 wt oil, low roll center frt/rear and my camber links are mounted all the way out on the lowest hole. How would you guys try to controll the roll, would you do it roll center, suspension or with swaybars. By the way, those of you that run on asphalt do you use the swaybars??
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Springs? Droop?
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Put your setup here so we can see.

I don't use sway bars on ashpalt.

need to see your entire setup to get a good idea whats going on including tires/ inserts and condition os them/
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