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Old 07-09-2007, 11:23 AM   #1246
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This one is pretty snazzy looking too

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Old 07-09-2007, 11:25 AM   #1247
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Old 07-09-2007, 11:54 AM   #1248
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Where I am nearly everything is ordered from overseas
Except we cannot order from America, unless we want to pay the huge import costs which are normally twice the price of the original item, so a $30 item will cost $90, or 48 to be more precise.

If Hong Kong don't have it, then we don't get it
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I haven't seen so many "Lemans" Style bodies at all! Nice.

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now you know why i try not to order from over seas.. where are you located nimo?
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I haven't seen so many "Lemans" Style bodies at all! Nice.

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There is a new one coming out for sale very very soon here in the US. The body is in the studio right now for some promo pictures. It is a very nice looking body. We have driven the car with the new body here in Michigan for two weeks now. They do have higher downforce. There is also a bumper being made for the body as well as for the Courage body too. Stay tuned for more news on this forum thread. Pictures and intro info will be shown here.
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Excellent. Can't wait to see it.

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Been meaning to ask this.Got the Gt chassis kit(not the courage).It has 2 white plastic small sheets in it.Any body know what these are for?Hopefully it's not something stupid obviousBut I can't seem to find what they're for.Thanks,Mario.
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They are for mounting your servo. It's catered to fit those that are slightly smaller to fit the plastic servo holder.

Check out the page on installation of electronics. It's written there.

Hope it helps!
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Never knew these existed till yesterday! I am gonna have to sell off all my race cars to get a fleet of scale tamiya cars! Scary....
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F103GT is t3h r0x0rs, Ian. How ya been?
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Where do you purchase the adapters to install F201 front wheels on my F103GT ?

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Ive been alright man. You in Oakland still? Where are you racing? I am sad the Tamiya track is closing because I am sooooooo stoked for these cars! I just found out they existed on saturday and I am going to buy one tomorrow! Arggggg... Need a nice track around here to race.
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Still in the O. Racing at NorCal Hobbies. I have 2 F103GTs and they're SO COOL OMG. Definately get the center shock and put some turnbuckles on the front 'cause those stock things are garbage.
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