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Old 02-19-2007, 01:50 PM
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Originally Posted by jaejw1
what classes do they have?.. what type of track is it.. dirt offroad or carpet
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they run 1/8, 1/10 offroad , buggy, truggy, truck, 4wd and 2wd
i should of said i am from New Zealand and the smilies are the links to my pics
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heres my minis, ive had or still have






heres some of mine and my friends



some ive painted for a friend

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Old 02-19-2007, 07:38 PM
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heres my minis, ive had or still have






heres some of mine and my friends



some ive painted for a friend

nice paint job you got there...pink and bluepuple....
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nice paint job you got there...pink and bluepuple....
thanks, it matched my B4
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Old 02-19-2007, 11:26 PM
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I changed some stuff on mine, here is a shot of what I will be running this spring, once some snow melts, gonna do knobbies in my back yard-alley.



Here is a closeup of the inside, I removed the Lunsford titanium stuff, it was too stiff-sticky, was a bit tweaked badly too, it also interfered with my DP steering mod, at removal I actually stripped 2 of the balls hex holes, they were ones in plastic, needless to say I am sticking with the basic associated arms...


I am likely gonna run a modded mini-t shock setup, the k factory shocks, since they are so killer, then when they become in stock I am considering a diggy carbon chassis though thats still up in the air, for sure before spring I am getting a new radio-reciever and lipos...


Anyone have expierence with the Futaba 3pm?


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Hey guys...

Started working at my LHS at the end of last year and brought an RC18B my first day

She started life as a RTR. We all had one, and would race each other to see who is better. Well one guy put a lipo and a brushless setup in his and we could not beat him so i put my car aside and started doing research on some option parts.

I will be using some 11.1v 3 cell 1500mh packs with 30amp continuous and 45amp burst. A Mamba 25 amp speedy, but with a no name 5.4kv motor untill my 7kv mamba motor turns up.

It has the following things done to it:

Factory Team Parts:
Blue ball studs, adjustable turnbuckles, carbide diff balls, Threaded shocks, spring kit, MIP CVD's, blue alloy outdrive sleeve, alloy caster blocks, alloy steering blocks, alloy rear uprights and alloy shock tower...

Other Parts:
Titanium screw kit (GPM), Titanium kin pins for steering nuckles (GPM), Titanium hinge pins (GPM), Titanium center drive shaft (GPM), Alloy steering assembly (3racing), Hitec HS-56 servo, Carbon Fiber chassis (GPM), alloy servo mount (Integy), alloy gear cover and a 0, 1.5 and 3 degree toe block set (3 racing)...

All alloy bits are blue (except Gear cover)

I will post pics once she is built and ready for action. Should i do anymore mods to her?

The car is for racing on a On Road type surface. I already have some Pro Line road tires...

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my body had a little contact with the road. and yes i am using 1:10th scale touring car socks and they work.


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Originally Posted by GhostFaceKilla
I changed some stuff on mine, here is a shot of what I will be running this spring, once some snow melts, gonna do knobbies in my back yard-alley.



Here is a closeup of the inside, I removed the Lunsford titanium stuff, it was too stiff-sticky, was a bit tweaked badly too, it also interfered with my DP steering mod, at removal I actually stripped 2 of the balls hex holes, they were ones in plastic, needless to say I am sticking with the basic associated arms...


I am likely gonna run a modded mini-t shock setup, the k factory shocks, since they are so killer, then when they become in stock I am considering a diggy carbon chassis though thats still up in the air, for sure before spring I am getting a new radio-reciever and lipos...


Anyone have expierence with the Futaba 3pm?



hey...where did you get that white thing on your steering linkage??
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Old 03-13-2007, 09:25 AM
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Here's my two Kyosho Mini Inferno 09's. The ST was converted from buggy to truggy.
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Originally Posted by YokomoMR4BX
Here's my two Kyosho Mini Inferno 09's. The ST was converted from buggy to truggy.
What did you have to do to the Inferno ST body to get it to fit the 09?
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I cut and glued the under body to the actual body and drilled two new holes for the front body post. You'd need a demel to most of the body work done. If you would like pictures of the body let me know. Pictures could tell you a lot more.
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Old 03-14-2007, 09:18 PM
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Originally Posted by moy
hey...where did you get that white thing on your steering linkage??
ITs by Driven productions...
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