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Originally Posted by DK9mm View Post
Hello, has anyone tries the exotek front top arm conversion for the TRF102? Any benefit?
This pretty much goes for any of the Tamiya cars using the F104 narrow front end...

* Totally adjustable caster and camber - with the stock top arms, changing camber adjusts caster as well, and vice versa. Now you have control of these adjustments independently.

* You can also now use the different camber adjustments on the camber plate that comes with the car to change the top arm length, for different camber gain characteristics. Ex. - using the 2* hole would make a longer upper arm for less camber gain. The 1* hole would make a shorter arm, increasing gain.

* Less slop, and less prone to damage in accidents. The holes in the upper arms have been known to break or distort in accidents.
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