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Old 01-11-2006, 02:32 AM
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Originally Posted by sbs
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More pic of my mod.

Pic.1050001 : Top

Pic.1050005 : Pipe on Motor mount is mounted like the antenna mount on the servo mount (Blue pipe cut to 12mm) drill a 2.5mm hole in the motor mount and make 3.0mm thread

Pic.1050007 : Front Batt. mount, drill a 3.1mm hole in the bottom and make it to fit a cap-head screw (3X10mm)
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I see you got the CCF'S
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Old 01-17-2006, 08:16 AM
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Originally Posted by sbs
I hope you first time racing with the STINGER was a great one .

Please tell os about it
Well... what can I say.. I looked ahead.. and I'll never look back.. I love this car!
Have set the 3. best time at our track on the third night with the car!! (touring superstock)

Will the standard A-arms be better for club-racing(bashing), than the optional hard-arms??
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Old 01-21-2006, 12:51 PM
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Originally Posted by BugFreak
Well... what can I say.. I looked ahead.. and I'll never look back.. I love this car!
Have set the 3. best time at our track on the third night with the car!! (touring superstock)

Will the standard A-arms be better for club-racing(bashing), than the optional hard-arms??
Well... I told You it was "Plug and Play!"
Also some nice driving at your track. Congrats on that. When it's gona be the fastest?

Regarding the arms; I haven't tryed the hard ones yet. I think they might be too fragile while driving indoor, hitting coners, you know...
I might be trying them later this year, but i don't think I'll be racing them until the outdoor season starts.


By the way.
Attended the DHI-Cup this year with the Stinger in the Stock-class.
It was the first time i did't realy get the car to go. Tryed nearly everything, but the car never drove the way I wanted.
So it ended up being a quit sad weekend.
Ended up in the D-finel, starting 10th. Well got some of the onor back, by driving the car to finish 4th, 1st and 2nd i the tree finals, giving a totalt 2nd place finish in the D-final, and 32 over all.
Had hoped for a better result than this...
Well - that's racing...
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Old 01-21-2006, 03:52 PM
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I know that feeling.. Nothing is fun when you struggle..
Hope to see you at the Nordic Winter Race!! I'm going for shure! Planetickets ordered already - The only norwegian with a Stinger!
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Old 01-27-2006, 09:26 AM
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Originally Posted by BugFreak
I know that feeling.. Nothing is fun when you struggle..
Hope to see you at the Nordic Winter Race!! I'm going for shure! Planetickets ordered already - The only norwegian with a Stinger!
Yes that's for sure... It's no fun at all...

Well looking forward to seeing You too in march. As You can see on the regestration, we are comming 3 Danish Stingers strong.
Hope to be able to kick some belt drive ass... I said "hope"...
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Hi!

I have a problem with the ball-diff.. when I put it together, it has a lot of friction when I try to turn it, but it still slips....??

anyone have a tip?
(and yes, all the parts are there, in the right place)
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There can be some "flat spots" on the balls in the dif. try to change those.

Here is a Low Flying Fish in acction......
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There can be some "flat spots" on the balls in the dif. try to change those.

Here is a Low Flying Fish in acction......
What is the saying..? Been there... done that...
I've emailed a-rc for a complete diff...hope that would do the trick...
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Old 02-01-2006, 12:08 AM
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Originally Posted by MAN
Here is a Low Flying Fish in acction......
I can’t see any LFFT decals, ONLY members of the LFFT have them , and with that performance will it take LONG before you get your's.
Remember that “Low Flying Fish Team Ball Bearing Cleaner BOY

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Old 02-01-2006, 04:02 AM
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Originally Posted by sbs
I can’t see any LFFT decals, ONLY members of the LFFT have them , and with that performance will it take LONG before you get your's.
Remember that “Low Flying Fish Team Ball Bearing Cleaner BOY
You are so nice. But I did not see your car under take off!!! I'm the most qualified person on that Team....... then You can learn it!

By the way I need a new speed for controller 27T and 19T, any suggestions?

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@LFFT: Looking forward to see you all at the Winter Race!
Maybe I should enter in the 19t class as well.....
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Originally Posted by PetterS
@LFFT: Looking forward to see you all at the Winter Race!
Maybe I should enter in the 19t class as well.....
Hi Petter !

Looking forward to see you too

But keep out of the 19T
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I'll be running a 415MSX in mod. I still have my "old" TRF415.

I'm thinking of driving both classes, but I'm not sure of the timetable yet...
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Link to a former LFFT-member....
http://www.bmrk.net/modules.php?name...lbum=38&pos=46
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Originally Posted by PetterS
I'll be running a 415MSX in mod. I still have my "old" TRF415.

I'm thinking of driving both classes, but I'm not sure of the timetable yet...
Hey Petter.
That wasn't fair to registre in the Super Stock class too...

Our "only" hope is perhaps then, that it might be too much racing...
...or that tree Stingers from DK will bee too much to handle...
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