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Old 12-22-2021, 12:19 AM
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Box art tribute , I tried😬
Nice job! That couldn't have been an easy job. It looks like a form of Disruptive Pattern camouflage known as Dazzle. Very cool!
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Old 12-22-2021, 07:02 AM
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I thought the rear top arms were going to allow some kind of active rear toe setting, but now some have conventional rear links. Is this only on the prototypes?


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Old 12-22-2021, 10:23 AM
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I thought the rear top arms were going to allow some kind of active rear toe setting, but now some have conventional rear links. Is this only on the prototypes?
There is an option to get the front and rear upper arms, or traditional camber links, when ordering the car.
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Old 12-22-2021, 10:25 AM
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You had the option to order it with upper arms or (normal) links
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You can choose standard upper camber links or optional upper arms(front and rear) when you order a car. There will be many options available in the order process to suit your individual needs.
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The way you would order your kit could be based on your home track, for example. There will be options to choose from for loose, medium, and high grip tracks, based on you particular needs. Compared to getting a ďstandardĒ suspension package that will ďworkĒ but may need some further tweaking. The hope is by picking the preferred options, youíll be closer to the correct setup. Of course there will still be all the usual options that other manufactures offer. I hope that makes sense.
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Box art tribute , I tried😬
Are those dual-rate springs, I see?
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Progressive yes, very plush feel also
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Happy Christmas everybody! 🎅😂
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Old 01-04-2022, 03:29 AM
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Hey guys!
I’m on the fence to run this car upcoming session.
Ran HB last season and love it but it’s geting harder and harder for me to get spares.

I like the idea of a membership and the approach they have for the brand.
Can the people who tried the car give some inputs on how it stacks up against other cars for a happy weekend warrior?
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Hey guys!
I’m on the fence to run this car upcoming session.
Ran HB last season and love it but it’s geting harder and harder for me to get spares.

I like the idea of a membership and the approach they have for the brand.
Can the people who tried the car give some inputs on how it stacks up against other cars for a happy weekend warrior?
Jesus dude, stick with HB. No better buggy out there, and I’ve built them all. Contact Chad at Absolute, he’ll hook you up.
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Old 01-04-2022, 09:11 AM
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Yeah, the thing is that I live in north of Europe and many of my fellow racers has ran HB. But now they will ran Mayako instead bc they can get spares easier than they can get HB. I like to run what most people run bc the support will be alot better for me.

I have ran HB for years and it’s a good platform no doubt about that but I can’t get a new kit or spares easily.
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Yeah, the thing is that I live in north of Europe and many of my fellow racers has ran HB. But now they will ran Mayako instead bc they can get spares easier than they can get HB. I like to run what most people run bc the support will be alot better for me.

I have ran HB for years and itís a good platform no doubt about that but I canít get a new kit or spares easily.
2 words, David Ronnefalk. Ok, seriously though, I have the car but Iíll be honest, havenít had time to run it yet. But, the guys Iíve talked with who have say itís been great. I know there will be several distributors around Europe, and I heard David will be carrying parts as well out of Sweden. What part of Europe are you in? I can find out who the closest distributor near you might be.
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Old 01-04-2022, 03:23 PM
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Yeah, the thing is that I live in north of Europe and many of my fellow racers has ran HB. But now they will ran Mayako instead bc they can get spares easier than they can get HB. I like to run what most people run bc the support will be alot better for me.

I have ran HB for years and itís a good platform no doubt about that but I canít get a new kit or spares easily.
The HB will always be a better car. JQ's car will still be "JQ's car" His design's haven't worked for the last 12 years, why would they now?
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The HB will always be a better car. JQ's car will still be "JQ's car" His design's haven't worked for the last 12 years, why would they now?
Well, David seems to think otherwise. And Iíd say him leaving HB is a pretty bold statement, considering he signed a contract before ever driving the car🤔. I canít imagine one of the worlds top drivers being that wrong. Now Iím not saying any other car brand sucks, because Iíve havenít driven them all. I say find what works for you and be happy. But give a car a chance and learn it before passing judgment. Maybe there are certain aspect about one brand that just donít suit your driving style. C-hub vs. pillow ball, or the geometry of a particular car. And if youíve ever seen or driven a ďJQĒ car, then youíd know this is nothing like anything before.🤙
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