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Old 03-01-2004, 02:03 PM   #1231
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Neil: thank you for the reply....

I will try putting some 30mm on rear and 26 or 28mm on front....
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Nova: which LHS?

I've been to "The Track".
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At one point, I tried putting 1/12 scale donuts on F201 rims and they fit, so you could use those, but the rollout will kill you if others are running sedan tires.
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Yep, that's the one... Mimi makes them for us... Tell her Rick K
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The wheel end up about 56-57 mm and the Tamiya is 65-64 mm.
On a short windy course it does all right but on a long straight course very slow.... Psycho is very much correct!
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Is there a closeup of one of the F201's with foams mounted on the wheels on the car?
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Neil Rabara
Is there a closeup of one of the F201's with foams mounted on the wheels on the car? [/QUOTE

Yes, I'll send you a pic....
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Pics too big, taking new ones and will post hem tomorrow...
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Nova F1 Racer: send me the pics, I can get them posted for you.

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Just finished putting our 201 tunned chassis kit's together,Man it went really smooth... My serpent 710 was a horror... Anyone got any idea's about a great mod motor for these thing's? the stock motor is slow... Anyone in the Dallas area,with these,send me a pm we'll have to race...kiss's..R.
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Just finished putting our 201 tunned chassis kit's together,Man it went really smooth... My serpent 710 was a horror... Anyone got any idea's about a great mod motor for these thing's? the stock motor is slow... Anyone in the Dallas area,with these,send me a pm we'll have to race...kiss's..R.
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What gearing is in your car? You'll want the 20/55 if you plan to run pretty much any decent motor or get the adjustable gearing parts. The final gear ratio with this combo is 7.15:1 which is pretty good with a Monster stock motor, 19T or as low as a 17T motor. I really wouldn't go with anything hotter than that due to the fact that you will be overgeared and cooling is a big problem with the car under the best of circumstances.
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Thanks, sent one and will be sending more tonight...
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