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Old 12-09-2009, 02:10 AM
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Old 12-09-2009, 02:12 AM
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seems very nice quality
all cnc alu parts
build is said to be easy..at last

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Not shure I like the upper outer link on the rear. But it looks good. Let us know how it runs,tunes and lasts.
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Old 12-09-2009, 06:25 AM
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There is already a thread about the car, and since very very few people run this car I think we should choose the most popular one to write on.

It has excellent quality plastic and aluminum parts and it is very light - mine with tires and everything on weights 3305gr. It has amazing (at least) steering and acceleration is impressive but it is quite unstable or just demanding in driving - in order to be honest I only drove my car once with the standard setup, which is not very popular, so I will try more setups and see how it works.
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Not shure I like the upper outer link on the rear. But it looks good. Let us know how it runs,tunes and lasts.
Mugen has had this same design for a few generations now, it allows for better travel without the wheel striking the link. Works very well and I have never seen one break.

Does anybody else thing the front body mount is strangely very tall?
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Yes it is, and I had to trim mine some 3-4mm.
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it will cost a bomb here in england, and since parts will be hard to come by , not sure it will take off here
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no chassis braces?
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Old 12-12-2009, 02:40 AM
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Yes, no braces, but the chassis is 4mm and (it looks) wider than other current cars - plus ~290gr!
I think there is an optonal front (and rear?) brace but I have not see anyone using it...perhaps in very (?) high bite tracks?
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