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Old 07-15-2006, 12:14 AM   #8161
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Old 07-15-2006, 02:49 AM   #8162
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hi jeff, which springs are better than the corally ones, would you say the associated ones are or the hpi ones are or the tamiya ones.

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hi jeff, which springs are better than the corally ones, would you say the associated ones are or the hpi ones are or the tamiya ones.

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The Asso springs are for asphalt (Blue, Silver and Green) and the Tamiya Springs are more for Carpet (Blue) but sometimes i drive Tamiya White and Yellow for asphalt not much but sometimes with a Spool!
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Old 07-15-2006, 04:32 AM   #8164
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hi everybody, i was just looking at the past threads and it seems that the worlds cars have got different colour springs on them, what springs are they because there not corally ones are they?

are they associated springs?

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Kearup, Simo, Fischer and sakke drove the Asso Springs and Tossolini Drove the Tamiya Springs!

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Old 07-15-2006, 05:39 AM   #8165
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do i hav to make any mods to put the associated springs on as i run asphalt in the UK

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Old 07-15-2006, 07:09 AM   #8166
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What. you dont think we watch the corally boards too?

Never know I might switch.

I can assure you the track will be here for a while. You guys just have to come race on it.

There is a big difference in owning a track to suppliment your business, and having a track that is here for people to enjoy.

The owner prefers offroad, he put it in to give people in florida a place to run on carpet year round.
Watch the corally boards HUH? What is this Big Brother of J'ville
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Old 07-15-2006, 09:37 AM   #8167
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It's called. Having to work in a drug information call center 40 hours a week (for free) in order to earn enough hours to graduate.

Amazingly enough people in florida seem to know all about drugs, cause they definetly do not call in.
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Old 07-15-2006, 03:47 PM   #8168
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Kearup, Simo, Fischer and sakke drove the Asso Springs and Tossolini Drove the Tamiya Springs!

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Hi,

What mods are needed to use the Asso Springs?
I imagine that they are too long to be used without mods.

Do the asso shock collars fit the RDX Shocks??

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Old 07-15-2006, 07:04 PM   #8169
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Broke my fan for the RDX today. Any heavy duty replacements?

Also how do people do the dual fans where want is in the fan holder and then one off that over the can?
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check out http://www.coolcanfan.com/
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Old 07-15-2006, 07:29 PM   #8171
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My wife has the cam or I'd post a pic. I am using a Team Tamale FK05 dual fan mount. I drilled one screw into the top deck and used another existing hole and mounted 2 crc standoffs (I used two so the tt mount wouldn't just rotate on the one mount. I them drilled an extra hole in the TT mount and secured it to the two standoffs. I am pretty particular about how things work and look on my car and this setup looks and works great, Brushed or Brushless. The fans are half positioned over the Sphere Comp next to the motor and half over the motor itself. Just FYI, here in Dallas today the heat index was 103. We run indoors and I was temping my surroundings at around 88 degrees (table, floor, chair etc.) I ran in a 19t class with the sphere and a 4300 geared at 112/34 powered by an Orion Li Po. I temped my esc and my motor after every run and the esc was a consistant 110 degrees and the motor reached only 117 degrees. This was my first day running the the Sphere and the 4300 in a race so I was wanting to make sure I didn't screw something up. I just have the dual associated fan kit plugged into my rec. Let me know if I can clarify anything. Remind me in a day or so and I will have teh camera back to take a pic. It looks rather neat and tidy if I doo say so myself!
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check out http://www.coolcanfan.com/
Do you have this? Can you run both those fans and the one on the side? Also does it sit high enough? It looks like it is slightly above the upper deck but my checkpoint seems higher then that.
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do i hav to make any mods to put the associated springs on as i run asphalt in the UK

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You need the Tamiya Perches and the tamiya connecting balls

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Hi,

What mods are needed to use the Asso Springs?
I imagine that they are too long to be used without mods.

Do the asso shock collars fit the RDX Shocks??

thanks in advance

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You need to put the Tamiya Perches and tamiya ballconnector to use the asso springs or tamiya springs!
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Do you have this? Can you run both those fans and the one on the side? Also does it sit high enough? It looks like it is slightly above the upper deck but my checkpoint seems higher then that.
yes i have this and it sits high enough my money motor fits fine under it i use both fans right where there are i plus them into the reciever
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