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Old 07-27-2011, 06:33 PM   #16
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Has anyone tried this car with the oil shocks?
Yes I have tried our new aluminum Oil Shocks, its a bit smoother, and you have
an option to change oil compared with the grease.

but the friction shocks works for me too.
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Gimme one!!
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i won one at the king of cal race and finally got a chance to run it stock outa the box a couple of weeks ago in camarillo and it killed the mini class!!!!
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i won one at the king of cal race and finally got a chance to run it stock outa the box a couple of weeks ago in camarillo and it killed the mini class!!!!
outta the box huh?

sounds cool
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outta the box huh?

sounds cool
Yes akura2, you can even put on your favorite mini body (maybe an austin? ) to disguise it as mild mannered daily driver, and on weekends turns it into the mini slayer
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Old 07-31-2011, 12:35 AM   #21
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Agreed. However, I believe that's a common trait amongst all abc cars.
FYI guys we are in the werks of making a 225 Genetic, Grid and Goose, ETA , fall
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Don't ignore me... GIMME ONE!!!




LOL J/K

Sorry I had to miss you guys at the track (if you went that Sunday) I had a rehearsal for a pilot I'm shooting this week... BTW.. I"m going to have the Mini on Speed Channel on Wednesday Night at 9pm.. a show called My Ride Rules
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FYI guys we are in the werks of making a 225 Genetic, Grid and Goose, ETA , fall
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Is it adjustable back and forth with 210mm or is it just 225mm?
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Is it adjustable back and forth with 210mm or is it just 225mm?
Sydewynder it will me a fixed 225mm chassis, we are have prototyped the the adjustable one but its going be to the Achilles' heel of the car don't want to compromise the durability of the chassis so we went with the fixed design
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My Mini is going to be on TV tonight (8/10) at 9pm on Speed Channel... on 'My Ride Rules'

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the date in the promo is wrong
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Sydewynder it will me a fixed 225mm chassis, we are have prototyped the the adjustable one but its going be to the Achilles' heel of the car don't want to compromise the durability of the chassis so we went with the fixed design
+100, an adjustable chassis is bulky, messy, tweak prone and over engineering (see the Tamiya minis). Reversible arms like the Cup Racer or a chassis swap is the cleanest solution.

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My Mini is going to be on TV tonight (8/10) at 9pm on Speed Channel... on 'My Ride Rules'

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That is cool! Will have to catch that.
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I wonder if there is a way to develop reversible arms for the Goose and Genetic; that way we could "have our cake and eat it too" by having the new Exotek Mongoose chassis coupled with reversible arms so as to change the wheelbase from 210mm to 225mm and back. I think the HPI Cup Racer does it with the rear arms to change the wheelbase.

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I wonder if there is a way to develop reversible arms for the Goose and Genetic; that way we could "have our cake and eat it too" by having the new Exotek Mongoose chassis coupled with reversible arms so as to change the wheelbase from 210mm to 225mm and back. I think the HPI Cup Racer does it with the rear arms to change the wheelbase.

Any thoughts?

Will do some test on this, but so far we are cookin the 225 chassis
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My Mini is going to be on TV tonight (8/10) at 9pm on Speed Channel... on 'My Ride Rules'

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the date in the promo is wrong

this mini?
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I still remember this Jimmy , one step for man... one small step..

If I am on the right time zone,, THAT SHOW IS TONIGHT!!!!!!
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Old 08-13-2011, 07:31 PM   #30
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Angry Speed Passion?!

I am having issues putting a Speed Passion Cirtix in my grid(motor tabs hitting longitudal aluminum brace). Any ideas or is it dremel time?
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