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Old 12-15-2014, 09:13 PM
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Do you guys run ceramic bearings? If so which ones? Where to get full arc 2015 r10 set?
Also does the r10 have the same body mounting holes as trf 417?

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Old 12-15-2014, 10:42 PM
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Originally Posted by dragonracing View Post
I race with donny but in a different class. excellent car. i really love the car on asphalt. it performs very well on carpet. just out qualified an awesomatix with it yesterday. but i crapped out in the main due to a traction roll and multiple body tucks. but...the car is like they have been stating. drives like a caddy performs like a ferrari! I have not broken anything on the car and have been driving it almost every weekend since august.

Good job on out qualifying me Doug, but not sure if you should be proud of out qualifying me. I am a noob. Lmao... There a lot of factors to be considered. My car pushed like crazy. Didn't make any change on the car since TZGP. Been busy bulding Kodi car. Jake also helped getting it dialed on Wed which resulted in a fully dialed car. The car was so dialed that he nearly out qualified my TQ on both 1st and 2nd Qual. The entire gym was In shock where Kodi was and how much corner speed he had.... On the 3rd qual I tested to run a gear diff and go down a tooth which slowed me down drastically. But I didn't bother me because what I really focused on that day was to Stock (finished 5th in the A, I'll take it).. There is nothing more gratifying seeing Kodi Johnson very successful on a dialed car. The Awesomatix turned a B main driver to take 2nd on one of the quals and qualified 3rd overall.... The car exposed Kodi's true level in driving. I'm can't wait to change my setup to what we put on his car.... I drove it and it was unreal. If I only knew it was going to be that good.

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Old 12-15-2014, 10:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Josh-n-ya View Post
Lol...

Lol...

You can tell who the awesomatix owners are. They are usually walking around the track looking for parts or they are packing up early cause they are pissed off they just spent all that money. lol
dragon racing - Doug owned an awesomatix the EX.... Picked it up for like 450 used already dialed and TQd every weekend.

I have to say yes new it's more money that a traditional car but there's no 2015, 2016, 2017 etc etc. Can have the
Old and still crush. So in the end it's cheaper.

Stock IIC champ had an L which is an older car

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Old 12-15-2014, 10:57 PM
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Originally Posted by rayrush View Post
Do you guys run ceramic bearings? If so which ones? Where to get full arc 2015 r10 set?
Also does the r10 have the same body mounting holes as trf 417?
I use the stock bearings for a few weeks then I switch to the low friction ARC bearings. Great bearings for the $!
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Old 12-15-2014, 11:06 PM
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Originally Posted by dragonracing View Post
just have to steal my thunder dont ya franko. jacob is a good driver. he also has an awesomatix sponsorship. doesn't he...
Entry level sponsorship. Still got lot of work to do
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Old 12-15-2014, 11:31 PM
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Doesn't AMX have its own thread somewhere? Get dat shit outta here.
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Originally Posted by Carnage9270 View Post
Doesn't AMX have its own thread somewhere? Get dat shit outta here.
I'm out, sorry Mike
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Old 12-16-2014, 05:24 AM
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Lol
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Anyone ever have a steering block strip the top screw that connects the chub to the steering block? Had that happen this weekend. I did take some hard hits though. USGT was squirrely and more like a shortcourse race. Also broke a rear shock shaft right at the lower rod end. Don't even remember getting hit there.

Regardless the car is dialed straight out of the box. I've made zero changes to setup thus far and it works really well on carpet.
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I've never had one strip and I'm pretty violent with my car. But I did hear a ways back in the thread that some people would use a long ball stud up there. I think it just barely clears but I'd look at it closely to make sure.
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yeah i think it does. i put the long ball stud on mine. no breaks or anything on my arc 2015. car feels good. just the body choice sucked. wont ever run a protoform camaro ever again. body tuck city.
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190mm body, 6mm offset VTA tires, widening the rear end....you expected different? lol
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Sorry bout all the questions. Noticed they have 3mm and 4mm option belts. performance difference besides width?
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Use 4mm belt if running mod
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Originally Posted by Carnage9270 View Post
190mm body, 6mm offset VTA tires, widening the rear end....you expected different? lol
yep. did not have body tucks till that race. and i watched it only once (pretty disgusted with the performance) and i had 4 traction rolls and i think i counted 3 body tucks. I have a body that hopefully wont body tuck on me coming in the mail. one from cali and another from japan. very racey looking bodies. I hate the camaro now.


I am hoping the front shock tower is low enough for the 2 different bodies i bought to fit properly. very low slung bodies. not super cars. race car bodies. one is discontinued and i had to order from japan as its not available in the usa. both are tamiya bodies and look very good and look like they will produce enough downforce to be usable.
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