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Old 01-10-2016, 11:26 AM
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Awesome ideas!
Impressive to see the improvement from one to all wheel drive.
After watching the video I can only imagine how much better the last evolution will be on track!
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We make a video today with a combo trackstar 17.5T on indoor track.
The video should be online tomorrow.
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Very nice work!
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Be sure to post this on r/c groups. They have a big bike forum there.

Amazing work!
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Originally Posted by calimerosf501 View Post
We make a video today with a combo trackstar 17.5T on indoor track.
The video should be online tomorrow.
Yea, great pics, great thread.
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Originally Posted by BadSign View Post
Be sure to post this on r/c groups. They have a big bike forum there.

Amazing work!
I've created a topic on rcgroups at the beginning of project.
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So here the video of the sidecar 3x3, with a combo trackstar 17.5T and PANARACER 36 tires. The coating of this indoor track is very slippery because it is resin covered with paint, as saying that there is no grip, more the track was dusty.
Another video will be made on an outdoor track with more grip when the weather permits.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxD...w?pref=2&pli=1

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Impressed with your engineering and design.
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Cant believe how long it took me to finally open this thread....
Amazing work- from concept to design to build!
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+1 on all the compliments; I don't think I could have carved a body that complex by hand!

My vote for the slowest opening thread with the biggest payoff in eye candy!
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Still a sidecar 3-wheel drive for a buddy, but this time in shaft version and not belts.

Suspension rear right on rocker, suspension in the front fender as on a track 1/12.
here are the pictures:







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@calimerosf501: I must handed to you, what an awesome and well executed project.

What tool do you use to cut carbon fiber sheet?

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I use a KAVO POWERGRIP with RENFERT Dynex 40 x 0,40 mm

POWERGRIP: http://www.kavousa.com/US/Other-Prod...POWERgrip.aspx

DYNEX: http://www.renfert.com/usa/us/dynex.html
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Originally Posted by calimerosf501 View Post
I use a KAVO POWERGRIP with RENFERT Dynex 40 x 0,40 mm

POWERGRIP: http://www.kavousa.com/US/Other-Prod...POWERgrip.aspx

DYNEX: http://www.renfert.com/usa/us/dynex.html
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The bodyshells are again available via the French store MODELISME 34.

Sending possible throughout Europe for now.

Worldwide shipping from January 2019

https://modelisme34.fr/index.php?rou...&product_id=60
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