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Old 06-28-2012, 02:39 AM   #1
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Default RSector products for F104V2 and TA06

Our wide track conversion kit for F104 had been dominating the UF1 series ever since it came out. With drivers like Tony Phalen and Mike Kennedy consistently on top of the chart and with so many other drivers using it we just want to say thank you for all your support. Our wide track kit not only provide the winning edge but also increase the fun factor in driving the F104, it makes the car easier to drive and less twitchy. We can easily say that our wide track kit is the best performance/dollar you can get for F104.




Our wide track kit is a direct bolt on for F104V2 but needs the following to keep the drive shaft in place. 58431 8x16mm spacer(included in F104/pro kit) and 54332 counter weight(included in F104X1)

We will have a few options for V2 coming soon so please check back us for updates

Last but not least our RS6 conversion kit for TA06 is in stock.
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We also want to thank TQRCracing, SpeedtechRC and F1paintlab for their support. Please give them a visit!
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Old 06-29-2012, 12:48 PM   #2
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so you cannot run offset from axles with the rsector kit?

maybe just a new 'wide' axle part for the new tamiya alum front uprights........
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Sorry, unfortunately we do not have plans to make that as of now.
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Old 07-04-2012, 08:15 AM   #4
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Heres our prototype of the RRS for F104V2/RM-01, it figures an extended motor mount which makes the shock tower shorter therefore a stiffer structure over all for the shock to work more efficiently. Two wing mounting positions for more downforce when needed.
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the above pic looks good - will it be available in black?
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Yes, it will.
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Yes, it will.
Just wanted to know where the parts are made? Thank you
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