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Old 03-05-2013, 05:44 AM
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Part NO: CSO-18000
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Hmm, a nice collection of features and good looks but was anything done to make belt tension easier to adjust? I would have adopted some of the features from VBC, WRC or 3Racing... the design looks to be mostly based on Xray and Tamiya but both of those chassis are very frustrating in regards to belt tension adjustment. This is now one of my requirements for a new chassis - I will not buy a new touring car without easier belt tension adjustment.
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Originally Posted by DavidNERODease View Post
Hmm, a nice collection of features and good looks but was anything done to make belt tension easier to adjust? I would have adopted some of the features from VBC, WRC or 3Racing... the design looks to be mostly based on Xray and Tamiya but both of those chassis are very frustrating in regards to belt tension adjustment. This is now one of my requirements for a new chassis - I will not buy a new touring car without easier belt tension adjustment.
Sorry, but that has to be the most ridiculous criteria I've heard of, to base buying a car on. How often do you change your belt tension?
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And it's not even hard to change the belt tension with eccentric diff holders!
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I wonder if the kit will come with 3 51mm driveshafts and 1 50mm driveshaft.
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The car is practically a T4 with Tamiya style suspension mounts. Is this a conversion kit or a full chassis? It looks like it has XRAY arms and Drive Train in the pictures. At a 265.00 price point I would imagine it to be a conversion kit, but if it isn't, this car will be tough to beat on value.
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Originally Posted by CristianTabush View Post
The car is practically a T4 with Tamiya style suspension mounts. Is this a conversion kit or a full chassis? It looks like it has XRAY arms and Drive Train in the pictures. At a 265.00 price point I would imagine it to be a conversion kit, but if it isn't, this car will be tough to beat on value.
Looks like this will join the Spec-R R1 in the sub $300 dollar range if it's a full kit.
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The car is practically a T4 with Tamiya style suspension mounts. Is this a conversion kit or a full chassis? It looks like it has XRAY arms and Drive Train in the pictures. At a 265.00 price point I would imagine it to be a conversion kit, but if it isn't, this car will be tough to beat on value.
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Sorry, but that has to be the most ridiculous criteria I've heard of, to base buying a car on. How often do you change your belt tension?
I admit my post does sound a little silly but it is a good point. VBC, WRC and 3Racing understand and so do many racers. Its a major pain in the butt just to get the diff back in most chassis with the right tension setting. Diffs are removed quite often - every race night by some racers. This feature is missing from the collection.
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Originally Posted by CristianTabush View Post
The car is practically a T4 with Tamiya style suspension mounts. Is this a conversion kit or a full chassis? It looks like it has XRAY arms and Drive Train in the pictures. At a 265.00 price point I would imagine it to be a conversion kit, but if it isn't, this car will be tough to beat on value.
God, it is THE T4 2014!
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This marks the beginning of a new era where touring cars will be priced much lower thanks to Spec-R. Now its CSO... who's next?... I assume the big boys will start pricing their cars below 400 in a year or so when the rest follow suit....

Again... Thank You Spec-R!!....
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