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Old 03-08-2006, 09:30 AM   #3781
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how about the KoPropo 2113 and 2123 @ .06 and 131 oz ?
I guess that one is better than. My bad...
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Old 03-08-2006, 12:05 PM   #3782
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cool. So just the front 2 roll center hubs get shims to add toe out similar to how it is in the rear right?
Yep. Just make sure you *correct* the overall front toe-out to whatever you normally use via the steering rods.
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Old 03-08-2006, 02:35 PM   #3784
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Old 03-08-2006, 03:08 PM   #3787
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awesomme, yeh the Green rocks, where are you getting them done?
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Would you run the multi diff for a 90 foot oval? If so which one of the 3 options?

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Old 03-08-2006, 03:33 PM   #3789
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The Red one looks like it has a BMI chassis on it.
I also think that one looks the best.
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Old 03-08-2006, 04:06 PM   #3790
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hey rocco,

when you guys got the aluminum anodized,did the layshaft come out a different shade?i had 2 kit do the same thing,the layshaft was a darker shade.all the other parts came out great.by the way,those cars look sick.i gotta post a pic of my 1/12th when i get it back from butter.the aluminum is such an electric blue that it almost looks purple.really cool color.
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Yea me too.

the shaft is a harder or lighter, not sure which.
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awesomme, yeh the Green rocks, where are you getting them done?
There is a place right by the shop in Irving, TX. Dumas, Espo and Ralph had theirs bright dipped and it cost them $75 each, but I did mine the week prior (the red one) and wasn't informed about the bright dipping and it was only $50 for mine, but it was a little darker than the bright dipped ones...
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hey rocco,

when you guys got the aluminum anodized,did the layshaft come out a different shade?i had 2 kit do the same thing,the layshaft was a darker shade.all the other parts came out great.by the way,those cars look sick.i gotta post a pic of my 1/12th when i get it back from butter.the aluminum is such an electric blue that it almost looks purple.really cool color.
Yeah man, all the top shafts except for Ralphs (darker color, ofcourse...) came out a different color, they almost have the powder coating look to them. They are definately a different aluminum. We think they used a softer aluminum because there is so much machining done to them.
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yeah,i thought so.i figured it was 2011 screw machine stock like the shock caps but i guess not.im wondering if maybe they clear anodized them or something.i got the same look to mine.that is a great description though,it is almost a textured powdercoat look.does anyone know how or what caused ralphs to come out nice?my 1/12th came out real nice when i did them.i polish tumbled the parts to a mirror finish first and when i got them back they looked so shiny that i thought there was oil on em or something.
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yeah,i thought so.i figured it was 2011 screw machine stock like the shock caps but i guess not.im wondering if maybe they clear anodized them or something.i got the same look to mine.that is a great description though,it is almost a textured powdercoat look.does anyone know how or what caused ralphs to come out nice?my 1/12th came out real nice when i did them.i polish tumbled the parts to a mirror finish first and when i got them back they looked so shiny that i thought there was oil on em or something.
Ralph just has that natural luck crap, haha! But in all honesty, his Blue/purple color is so dark I don't think it mattered. It still has that matte finish, but the color is just closer, or not as noticeable since it is dark, but with the lighter color, like the red, green and copper, the difference is very apparent.
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