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Old 12-23-2011, 12:56 AM
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Old 12-23-2011, 01:09 AM
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Wow.., those are some bulky center shafts..

What is "Novarossi-Argus"?..
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Front end reminds me of a Mugen front end.

Car does look good though from what those few pics show. Would like to see it in more detail.
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Nova-argus.. I like the 2

you can see details here : double-click on the small images
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I guess all the money went to those awesome wing washers, because they are too cheap to include a front brace. You can see holes for the brace too....guess that's a fancy option part.

Buggy looks interesting. Lots of things now considered standard in most kits are missing... No threaded shock bodies, universals for CVDs, pivot balls are old school with no stops on the threads, etc. If the car handles tremendously well, then really, who cares. I would be interested to try one for an afternoon.
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Old 12-23-2011, 05:52 AM
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the Crono always were a little special, with rear toeplate at 2 aso
the braces have always been options too
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Is it me or the tire thread pattern different on the outer face
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Old 12-23-2011, 09:20 AM
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Yes , it's a french tire : the bandit by 6mik , 3 types of pattern
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Very Nice!!! Good to see different buggy's making there way on rctech
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Old 12-23-2011, 12:55 PM
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I raced Crono for a few years. Their RS03 was a very very fast car! Italian Tortorici won two back to back euros with this car. Actually, until the last two years when Mugen won the Euros, Crono was on tie with Kyosho with the moast won Euros..

We were also in a race in Holland when Tortorici broke a rear shock. The track was so blown up!! Daniel Reckward with his Kyosho was 20 seconds behind in
2nd when this happend, after 15 minutes, he had gained 4 seconds on Tortorichi...

They also palced two prototype RS03 cars in the finale at the 2004 worlds in Sweden.. That is pretty darn good as there were only three RS03 at that event!

The RS911 is as far as i know only for the French marked. A belive it is very similar to the Crono Dual- Riccardo Rabitti is also a team driver for Crono, leving the TLR camp...

We never used chassibraces in the RS03, it worked awsome without it.. The bulck centerdrivshafts look very much like the old RS3 alu shaft, incredebly light and never ever broke!!

And if you look at the small pics, you will find that there are the new typ of steeringball that hold your ballends in place so they will not pop off .-) You even get CNC aluminium rear hubs with the car, witch car you know of gives you that!

If i could get unis for my Mugen instead og the CCD drivshafts, i would change it within a hart beat. CVD as a lot more friction when you are on power and you suspension moves more freely with unis.. Ohh, Kyosho just came out with threade shocks last year, and an option part many of the TKI guys are using is universal drivshafts, makes you think doesent it... :-)
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