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Old 10-03-2005, 02:27 PM   #31
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-IRS160 Associated Style Pod Plates (pr.) - Blue - lowered 0.090 than stock pod plates

These are the ones that fit the standard 12L3/L4 hole pattern in the top and bottom pod plate, as well as CRC, Speedmerchant, etc.

-URS1161 1/12th Pod Upgrade - For Associated 12L4 - Blue pod plates

This is an entirely new pod that uses 4 bolts to hold it to the upper pod plate. Requires new upper and lower pod plates to work. Supposed to be stiffer and more precise than the other style.

-IRS163 Extended Pod Plates for Associated Style Pan Cars

These have the bearing holders moved back 1/8" or so to extend the wheelbase and allow more room for bigger gears. These are generally for oval and not used on roadcourse cars.

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-IRS160 Associated Style Pod Plates (pr.) - Blue - lowered 0.090 than stock pod plates

These are the ones that fit the standard 12L3/L4 hole pattern in the top and bottom pod plate, as well as CRC, Speedmerchant, etc.

-URS1161 1/12th Pod Upgrade - For Associated 12L4 - Blue pod plates

This is an entirely new pod that uses 4 bolts to hold it to the upper pod plate. Requires new upper and lower pod plates to work. Supposed to be stiffer and more precise than the other style.

-IRS163 Extended Pod Plates for Associated Style Pan Cars

These have the bearing holders moved back 1/8" or so to extend the wheelbase and allow more room for bigger gears. These are generally for oval and not used on roadcourse cars.

-James
so sounds like URS1161 is the best option? But looking at the design, would it be very difficult to remove/install the motor?
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Old 10-03-2005, 03:00 PM   #33
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Corally SP12M Ahoniemi SPEC
ESC GTX
Servo Airtronics 94145
Batteries IB3800
Battery pack GP 1/3AAA 160mah 5cell
Spektrum+M8
Motor Spashett 8x2
Tires front silverstar, rear pink
servosaver Kimbrough
Speed12 Protoform
Acer balls in the diff, BTW what is size of those balls?
did i forgot anything?
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