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Old 09-02-2003, 07:05 PM   #676
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thanks wrx..

I wanted to be sure...

did you build the packs yourself??..

and to be sure, are you sure they GP ?..I wasnt aware of any matchers doing GP stick packs. ive only seen sanyo 3300 in stick..so I assume you built them yourself...did you use the trinity stick pack kit?

the problem I forsee is the length of the GP cell as the positive button on the cell protrudes, I measured one cell, and X 3 and I had 2 mm spare so with the end battery bar, and the joiners for the cells there may not be room for the plastic end caps to fit
Yup they're definately GP, in fact they are GP branded stick packs i.e. GP label on the pack itself so nup I didn't build them.

Big black encaps and all, I have not problems fitting them in.
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Old 09-02-2003, 09:25 PM   #677
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Im not sure on that one as yet Niel, will look into that..

although our track is very small and technical..not sure Aero will come into it
That's fine Gavin, I was just wondering. Here in the states, the rules are quite explicit about what you can and cannot do. How is the tire situation doing?
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Old 09-02-2003, 09:48 PM   #678
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I just want to know what is the biggest spur for 64p and 48p that can fit into the spur case without any modification?
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Neil, I bought a second set of Type A's today to play with will test fit some inserts I have been holding on to specially.

glad to hear they are GP stick packs..I will build some packs on the Weekend,

Neil, what cells did you run at your TCS?..GP, ULTRA, Nicads?..
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Old 09-02-2003, 10:54 PM   #680
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TX man u have PM
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Old 09-03-2003, 11:27 AM   #681
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Neil, I bought a second set of Type A's today to play with will test fit some inserts I have been holding on to specially.

glad to hear they are GP stick packs..I will build some packs on the Weekend,

Neil, what cells did you run at your TCS?..GP, ULTRA, Nicads?..
I now run the GP's. We had two regional TCS races here, the first one I ran the Ultra metals. That was nice having the low IR, but the voltage wasn't really there. I TQ'd that race, but broke in the main due mainly to everyone charging up my @ss at the start of the race. The second regional I ran GP's. That was a welcomed advantage with the low IR and high voltage. The added weight allowed the car to roll more, but that is something that just needs to be adjusted while driving.
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Thumbs up Tamiya EuroCup F1 gets the Real Deal

Wow, check out what these guys get to have at the Tamiya UK track. Talk about having some nice stuff to oogle and play with....

http://www.rcracer.com/n00_143.htm

Tamiya just rocks!

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Old 09-03-2003, 12:51 PM   #683
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Wow, check out what these guys get to have at the Tamiya UK track. Talk about having some nice stuff to oogle and play with....

http://www.rcracer.com/n00_143.htm

Tamiya just rocks!

That just is not right. Our track should be as large, if not larger than theirs.
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Wow, check out what these guys get to have at the Tamiya UK track. Talk about having some nice stuff to oogle and play with....

http://www.rcracer.com/n00_143.htm

Tamiya just rocks!

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That's way too cool!
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G you have PM.
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Old 09-04-2003, 08:12 AM   #687
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Default F201 inserts needed

With the popularity of the F201 in Japan recently, is anyone aware of a shaped inserts...or selection of inserts for the tires?

Thanks for the help in advance.

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I am unaware of shaped inserts. Maybe the Japanese guys know of some.
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Hi Guys,

If you haven't noticed on our website, we are now stocking Tamiya replacement front wings, nose cones, and bodies (Type A, Williams, and Ferrari). These are cheaper options of replacing the body and perfect for those that wants to do their own paint scheme. Click on the following link for more info:

Tamiya F201 replacement bodies

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Hi Guys,

If you haven't noticed on our website, we are now stocking Tamiya replacement front wings, nose cones, and bodies (Type A, Williams, and Ferrari). These are cheaper options of replacing the body and perfect for those that wants to do their own paint scheme. Click on the following link for more info:

Tamiya F201 replacement bodies

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