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Old 12-30-2006, 11:22 AM   #1171
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your best bet is to order from www.racing11.net I have a order in with Kyosho USA and it still has not been shipped placed it on Dec 22 I told them I needed it by Jan 2nd they said ok I called left mess no return call Kyosho usa is done for me I will see how the car works at the Novak if I'm happy I will keep them "I have 2" if not they r GONE all due to NO parts&Tech support nice wy to start a new car
I really find this odd. PM me your contact information, and I will talk with the customer service guys. If all goes well, I may beable to have your parts waiting for you at the track.
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Old 12-30-2006, 04:47 PM   #1172
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dont give up yet dude it was like this when we started with the evolva but its fine now we have good stock of parts at a shop in uk benracing i no more expessive but if your stuck he will ship to you or drop me a post i no what you mean with kyosho they are just to big a company to take care of us racers hope novak goes well let me know ur findings with car good luck and a happy new year
thanks I ran today for the last time before the novak I did find that in low bite
it likes a narrow rear end F F in A A rear ...will post all I know soon ....
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Old 12-30-2006, 05:00 PM   #1173
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I really find this odd. PM me your contact information, and I will talk with the customer service guys. If all goes well, I may beable to have your parts waiting for you at the track.
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Old 12-31-2006, 12:16 PM   #1174
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got it thanks.

We will get you set up
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Old 01-03-2007, 06:26 PM   #1175
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Customworksking check your PM before you go to Trackside.
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Old 01-03-2007, 07:14 PM   #1176
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I got it but the traction is super hi I have a exit push even with running .50 deg rear toe!!!!! Mike check your pm call me K
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Old 01-03-2007, 07:45 PM   #1177
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Ohh I forgot I was running 1 degree rear toe. Traction was pretty high for New Years. Try some of that stuff I tried to free the car up. Like I said soften everything up move the rear hubs forward to get more steering. Your running the 4 degree caster blocks right?
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Old 01-03-2007, 10:20 PM   #1178
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yes 4dg I will try rhat
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Old 01-06-2007, 05:59 PM   #1179
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didnt do to well but i learned a lot I have a good setup for stock high bite not sure where i stand yet thou
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didnt do to well but i learned a lot I have a good setup for stock high bite not sure where i stand yet thou
sorry to here that dude whats your set up. got my first big meeting with car this week wher did you finish
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one of my mates was running the TF-5 belt driven car, and he was doing stock, he wasnt going that fast, clipped a corner, and it bent the rear left bulkhead like a banana!!! bent the motor can!!! weakness there!
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to bend the bulk head, he have to destoried the chassis, since bulk head and suspension arms are mounted independent from each other ( only the upper arm linkage are mounted on top of the upper bulk head support, plastic). Secondly in order to bend the can of motor, it's a HARD HIT.
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sorry to here that dude whats your set up. got my first big meeting with car this week wher did you finish
4th in the B main Q2nd the big problem IS it has a on power push so I went with from A A blocks in the ft to BB and had a tone of steering it made the cal loose so I tighted up the rear just a bit and wow push as the race went on it got better but by then it was to late + I was the only stallion there not much to work with u know i will keep at it I guess
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one of my mates was running the TF-5 belt driven car, and he was doing stock, he wasnt going that fast, clipped a corner, and it bent the rear left bulkhead like a banana!!! bent the motor can!!! weakness there!
yeah.. weakness in the motor can if anything !
RIP on the rest of the car.. !
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4th in the B main Q2nd the big problem IS it has a on power push so I went with from A A blocks in the ft to BB and had a tone of steering it made the cal loose so I tighted up the rear just a bit and wow push as the race went on it got better but by then it was to late + I was the only stallion there not much to work with u know i will keep at it I guess
not a bad result dude its hard when only car hopefully more will join us let you no what i find this weekend
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