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    Why do people park in a driveway but then drive in a parkway?


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  • Last Activity: 04-23-2017 08:41 AM
  • Join Date: 07-25-2007
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  1. tamiyarcracer
    07-14-2009 04:48 PM - permalink
    Just trying to find the car it is somewhere in the garage.

    A tires R+R, the inserts F and R are going to be difficult to find. F = old tamiya 50D hard shaped with a Kawada 24mm red insert over it, R = F201 Foam

    Please please please what ever you do, don't let anyknow I gave you any info.
    only 1 person has all the info, and many have asked for it. and you are the second one I have given anything to.

    A KO speeder put it in the center of the chassis, a short servo, mounted my transponder on the bottom of the servo behind the servo horn, the receiver was as far to the rear as on the side opposite the motor. M03M Suspension. I weighed everything. I used the lightest I could find. Less rotating mass meens faster acceleration. In a rear drive car you can put it to the ground. I had to add about 65 grams to the car but I was able to put it where it felt best.

    obviously the miata body

    Untill I find the car I can't tell you about the shocks, ride height or tow.
  2. dhcrowder
    01-09-2009 09:41 PM - permalink

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