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Old 08-13-2004, 05:46 PM   #1546
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The Tamiya Asia Cup will be on the Last weekend of September in HongKong... while the Eurocup might be at the same time... The worlds will be in october if im not mistaken...
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That's a month earlier than last year. I wonder why?
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Old 08-14-2004, 01:25 PM   #1548
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Does anyone know if someone makes tire adaptors for older HPI F1 kits and/or Cross kits so that they can use Tamiya Rubber F1 tires?

We are attempting to start spec class and there is a question from people who have older models who want to race in the class but are afraid they will not be able to comply with the tire rule.

Are the their adaptors for these other kits to use Tamiya Tires/Rims?

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I just bought a F201 from a forum member. It has the Cross chassis... Does anyone have a picture on how the antenna is mounted with this chassis?

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Old 08-14-2004, 08:06 PM   #1550
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I just bought a F201 from a forum member. It has the Cross chassis... Does anyone have a picture on how the antenna is mounted with this chassis?

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I used a AE antenna mount and use the small hole right above the receiver to screw it onto the deck.
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You can use any antenna mount. I use a Xray mount.
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You can use any antenna mount. I use a Xray mount.
Yep..... Neil has to be different...
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Thanks guys, I have an AE mount somewhere.

Thanks again!!!
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That's a month earlier than last year. I wonder why?
im not sure of the date of the worlds bro... its still possible that it will be in november during the Tamiya con in japan
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That would make more sense instead of Oct.
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hey all
anyone know where i can get a blank setup sheet for F201 chassis?
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Old 08-16-2004, 08:46 PM   #1558
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anyone know where i can get a blank setup sheet for F201 chassis?
Yes....

I made one and it wasput up on www.formula1-rc.com
There is 3 of them there.....

http://www.formula1-rc.com/Default.aspx?tabid=103
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Default Battery slop

I just finished installing my 3 Racing graphite chassis. There is a lot of slop when using stick packs. What has anybody done to eliminate this? Side by side packs fit tight but I worry about shorting the cells on the standoffs, motor plate, or gear support.
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There are some things you can do. Double sided tape on the chassis, or just protect the batts from shorting by covering up the metal supports.
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