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Old 02-26-2006, 12:26 AM   #3436
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Do IB 4200's fit in the T2?
You need an extra wide chassis to hold them Sorry.............. IB4200 cells fit just fine.

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Old 02-26-2006, 12:27 AM   #3437
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Old 02-26-2006, 12:33 AM   #3438
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I don't have pictures yet.
I don't want the idea getting stolen untill I have machined them.

They will look like regular aluminum hubs. But I plan on Black anodizing them with some cuts after anodizing to make them look really hot!
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Old 02-26-2006, 04:12 AM   #3439
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Thats not true you probably should buy it because it was scraping my rim on both sides one time and my car was acting crazy loose, but I X-acto knifed it and that fixed it.
exactly my point xacto like .020 off the inside and it wont rub and you dont have to buy some aftermarket spindles
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Old 02-26-2006, 05:29 AM   #3440
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so many shims on the outside uprights and c-hubs. Why so much low roll center and light springs? I went to lighter springs, but the car rolls so much in the corners. Still waiting to get some shims. I have lots of traction but I'm over rotating in the corners making the car unstable. I'm using purple and plaids. I still working on a good setup. Any suggestions for tight, med ozite carpet track? I have so much enter steering that I'm going to the 6 degree caster blocks.
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Old 02-26-2006, 05:33 AM   #3441
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I don't have pictures yet.
I don't want the idea getting stolen untill I have machined them.

They will look like regular aluminum hubs. But I plan on Black anodizing them with some cuts after anodizing to make them look really hot!

Sounds like a great idea! At least tell us the aluminum grade?
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Old 02-26-2006, 05:48 AM   #3442
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OK guys.

I just want to guage the reaction to this.

I am tooling up to begin producing *Adjustable Outboard Toe-In* aluminum rear hubs. They will be easy to adjust anywhere from 0-3 degrees in .5 degree incremets.

Also, I am working on the adjustable Front C-Hubs as well, which should go from 3-6 degrees in the same incremental adjustments.

So, what do you think?
(Yes, I have full CNC capabilities in my back yard)
Sounds interesting....just make them tough like the tamale stuff and what kind of price are we looking at?
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Old 02-26-2006, 06:12 AM   #3443
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Do IB 4200's fit in the T2?
Yes just fine.

oops, SHould have read further. As someone already answered.
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Old 02-26-2006, 06:57 AM   #3444
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thanks, i will take a chassis set and towers....whats the total for:
chassis, topdeck,both shock towers?

no problem buddy.the chassis,top deck and both shock towers is $129.99.i will work out the cost for just the towers for you guys.thanks for the support
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no problem buddy.the chassis,top deck and both shock towers is $129.99.i will work out the cost for just the towers for you guys.thanks for the support
i'll take a complete set also Jason, do take paypal?, if not i have credit card.
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broke my rear shock tower last night no one has that part Jason we need your help bro
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what do you suggest for a 90' oval with the stock 84 spur? Stock motor CO27's is what I run. With my TC4 I was 72/28


Thanks again guys, and cant wait to run it tomorrow, it was a dream to put togther. Only thing I dont like is we get screwed out of the multi-diff, and the crappy plastic shocks .

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is there any other way to get ahold of teamtamale my email keeps coming back error?
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is there any other way to get ahold of teamtamale my email keeps coming back error?
I will see him today and mention some people are trying to get hold of him.

I am guessing he is working flat out due to the "AMAZING" RCAmerica/Xray parts supply at the moment.......

....I now expect several comments along the lines of "its not their fault, they are trying their best"......boo hoo.....I have never been involved with such a $hit company for product support, just when you think its getting resolved (rear hubs) you hit another problem.


The Corally is starting to look more and more attractive to a lot of people.
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