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Old 12-19-2004, 07:40 AM   #16
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This is what the Ride Accord looks like.
is that a Flap wing on the Accord? Just saw that decal.
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is that a Flap wing on the Accord? Just saw that decal.
It's a Flap High Downforce wing. Part# 02915.

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Old 12-19-2004, 12:42 PM   #18
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for me, im not going back to the mazda6 more steering. ive only tried the Mk. III tho.

i have a Ride Accord all masked up and ready to get painted

i got a mk.III if you want to try it.. then you can reserve yours at steve's
Is it cut out for the 415? I think Im also going to give the Losi alfa a shot, I need steering.
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for me, im not going back to the mazda6 more steering. ive only tried the Mk. III tho.

i have a Ride Accord all masked up and ready to get painted

i got a mk.III if you want to try it.. then you can reserve yours at steve's
Do your self a favor and try the MKII or the Accord...Way more steering In&Out over the Mazda...which has tons of entery steering and med mid to out steering
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Old 12-19-2004, 04:14 PM   #20
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It's a Flap High Downforce wing. Part# 02915.
where are flap products available, do flap have a website?

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Old 12-19-2004, 04:22 PM   #21
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R10 sometimes have the Flap wing. Itīs sold under the ABC Hobby brand.
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Old 12-19-2004, 04:30 PM   #22
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thanks, unfortonalty it doesnt seem to appear on their stock list
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seems to be out of stock currently. But I know they sell them. Just ask for the Flap 2915. Nao knows about it and told me regarding ABC.
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ok, cool
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I have been using this ride accord for a month, it has very quick turn in, but Mk3 has smother cornering characteristics.

compare with Mazda6 ?? no way,,,,
it is kind of nonsense.
Ride accord is for people who need more steering, so totally different from the Mazda6.

oh,I have to tell you one more,,,
both the accord and mk3 body need to use with Yokomo Gokuraku wing (straight). in Japan,nobody uses the wing comes with the body .

here's mine
but this is EXEL version, which is used by 9cars in the A-main race of Japan national.
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Do your self a favor and try the MKII or the Accord...Way more steering In&Out over the Mazda...which has tons of entery steering and med mid to out steering
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yeah, I agree with you JDM !!
MK2 and the accord(especially Excel's) are best for technical track like SoCal Speedway.
MK3 would be good for outdoor.

anyway, when you use those bodies, impotant thing is what wing you use.
new flap wing is also good, but yokomo's wing is the best so far.
why ? just use it, you'll notice it!!
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What is wrong with the stock wing? Cant wait to give it a try just waiting for the making to dry?
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What is wrong with the stock wing? Cant wait to give it a try just waiting for the making to dry?
the stock wing isn't good enough. Gokuraku wing(means HEAVEN in Japanese!) mekes more top speed and stable too.
look at surikarn's and Hara's car. they have been using the wing with the body too.

the wing makes BIG difference !!
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Hi-LowBrow
what Flap wing do you mean? 2915 highdownforce?
Also didnīt find any new wing at the Yokomo website.
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what Flap wing do you mean? 2915 highdownforce?
Also didnīt find any new wing at the Yokomo website.
I mean highdownforce, but dont know the part no'. I'll try to find the no' for you.

yokomo wing is called Gokuraku wing3 in Japan. Yokomo USA has it too.
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