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Cadman1981 10-02-2013 03:11 PM

Where can we get one of these? I can't find someone who sells it. Not even a copy from r2hobbies...

SCHMACHER 10-02-2013 03:13 PM

www.rc-art.net/product_eng/4562226714599

robk 10-02-2013 10:43 PM

Integy sells the street jam drift car, maybe they will take on the F1 as well.

rccartips 11-05-2013 01:35 PM

Our 2012 F1 R/C club champ ran the SJF01. Around 1 second faster than his Tamiya F104v2.

His first runs... 19secs (video)

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One week later... 17.97sec. And still going.

:)

LonnyJ1950 11-05-2013 02:25 PM


Originally Posted by robk (Post 12583440)
Kinda like a TRC Lynx or predator or whatever they were called..

http://www.rctech.net/forum/attachme...d-102_2355.jpg

That is a Composite Craft Predator that some one stuck an Old School front end on. The original front is a beam similar to the old Parma 1/12TH car.The Predator Lynx II was a much more interesting car though it used the Delta style beam front similar to the TRC which is why they are sometimes confused.

http://www.pro10-classic.com/eng/pro...datorlynx.html

http://www.pro10-classic.com/eng/pro...8trcpro10.html

http://www.pro10-classic.com/eng/pro...atorlynx2.html

rccartips 11-10-2013 01:02 PM

Street Jam won our F1 rc club race yesterday. Rear suspension was nice, front arms looked sturdy and you can adjust roll centers.

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Cadman1981 12-01-2013 06:07 PM

Integy has the StreetJam F1 for sale

http://www.integy.com/st_prod.html?p...3#.UpvrWcSkqro

thefnshow 12-07-2013 11:02 PM

wow....mine was $243 shipped from rc-art.net..didn't even take a week to get it with ems shipping..fyi

eevul 10-07-2014 09:16 PM

I'm thinking about getting one of these and I am wondering what wing set and body works on this car? Also, what rubber tires is everyone running. Part numbers would be nice if you have them. Thanks!

JayL 10-08-2014 10:15 AM

I run the regular Tamiya F60 body, with F60 front wing and F2012 Rear wing all tamiya


tires I run same as every car Pit Shimizu 571/572

Dan 10-09-2014 09:59 PM

Jay, do you have the SJ aluminum caster block? Were you able to get it to work for 9 degrees in the narrow configuration? I noticed the upper arm (rear mounting point) is fixed....

Tried to put on an SP-1 aluminum block but it was no bueno.

JayL 10-10-2014 09:05 AM


Originally Posted by Dan (Post 13586064)
Jay, do you have the SJ aluminum caster block? Were you able to get it to work for 9 degrees in the narrow configuration? I noticed the upper arm (rear mounting point) is fixed....

Tried to put on an SP-1 aluminum block but it was no bueno.

I have have the alum block but I have been running it at 7, I have not tried 9 yet.

On the SP the arms just flexed at the knuckle for the 10, made the V collapse some, didn't have any issues , but I always felt 10 was too much. Sacrificed too much entry for exit and the only other option was 5


I'm still working on dialing in spring/oil right now. I just built a set of the bladder shocks and got the spring kit. I was going to move to caster next, I noticed the setups on petit all ran 5 or 7 so I started at 7

Dan 10-10-2014 05:01 PM

Thanks!

Just finished building the car last night. Pretty much stock except for an F104 carbon shaft I cut down to fit and the carbon hub uprights. Need to do some minor setup changes and install electronics. Maiden run at the next Norcal race, can't wait to see how it compares to my TRF.

Let me know how the bladder shocks go. I am not a huge fan of the stock shocks, but so far they feel relatively smooth.

JayL 10-13-2014 09:43 AM


Originally Posted by Dan (Post 13587327)
Thanks!

Just finished building the car last night. Pretty much stock except for an F104 carbon shaft I cut down to fit and the carbon hub uprights. Need to do some minor setup changes and install electronics. Maiden run at the next Norcal race, can't wait to see how it compares to my TRF.

Let me know how the bladder shocks go. I am not a huge fan of the stock shocks, but so far they feel relatively smooth.

Yep, I had a hard time getting the stock shock built right

I prefer the Speedpassion carbon axle as the diff plate is pinned and the threads are all one piece, makes it super true, much better than the tamiya or original SJ setup. Plus it is already the same size, no added parts. I run either the SP carbon or the SP steel if I need more rear grip.

I should have the new shocks ready for racing next week, I will let you know

E-clip 10-16-2014 02:32 AM


Originally Posted by JayL (Post 13591969)
Yep, I had a hard time getting the stock shock built right

I should have the new shocks ready for racing next week, I will let you know

Hey Jay what brand shocks did you use ?


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