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Old 12-25-2006, 11:05 PM   #1711
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Default MTX-4 VS 720 VS my G4S battle movie!!

this movie is not maden for car performance comparison

only for enjoy.. ^^

http://flvs.daum.net/flvPlayer.swf?vid=cVTDtrRmK7A$
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Old 12-25-2006, 11:33 PM   #1712
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MERRY CHRISTMAS to everyone, hope Santa bought you everything you wanted...

I got a new S720 to play with in 2007, looking forward to hitting the track shortly when i can get this radio tray sorted out:S
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Old 12-26-2006, 05:54 PM   #1713
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http://flvs.daum.net/flvPlayer.swf?vid=cVTDtrRmK7A$
That's a pretty nice track! Do you know who was driving each car?
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Old 12-26-2006, 07:15 PM   #1714
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That's a pretty nice track! Do you know who was driving each car?
the drivers are korean local driver.

and the G4S is mine...
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Old 12-27-2006, 02:21 PM   #1715
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Dear All:

Introducing New Alum Upper Deck Support for 720 that made by Skyline R/C Racing.

Weight: 15g

Color Available: Silver and Black.




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Old 12-27-2006, 07:26 PM   #1716
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Thats looks good. I like the black one.
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Old 12-27-2006, 08:54 PM   #1717
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yes they do look nice just like all the other Skyline hopups for the 720,i like the black one also,nice job Ken!!!!!
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Old 12-27-2006, 09:25 PM   #1718
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Good job Ken, thanks for all the time you are spending for all the 720 owners, all your new parts work perfect for the car......
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Whoa, I guess you'll have to add me to the list of people who like the black one...Looks pretty awesome
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Old 12-29-2006, 07:47 AM   #1720
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Hi

When setting up the 720 using a Hudy setup system the settings are different when compared to when the car is on the ground and a camber gauge is used

How do you know what settings to use with the setup system to get 3 degrees of camber when the car is on the ground?

Is there info available on the net that can help with this?

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When setting up the 720 using a Hudy setup system the settings are different when compared to when the car is on the ground and a camber gauge is used

How do you know what settings to use with the setup system to get 3 degrees of camber when the car is on the ground?

Is there info available on the net that can help with this?

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try and set your ride height before adjusting your camber.This should help get you to where you want it
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When setting up the 720 using a Hudy setup system the settings are different when compared to when the car is on the ground and a camber gauge is used

How do you know what settings to use with the setup system to get 3 degrees of camber when the car is on the ground?

Is there info available on the net that can help with this?

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I like to use a camber gauge to set the initial camber bofore running the car. Then after a few laps, check the tires to see which corner end needs more or less camber and adjust accordingly.
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Old 12-30-2006, 01:22 AM   #1723
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Acid,
One suggestion is to measure the centerline of the hole in your setup system from the setup board then compare this to the radius of your tires and using a step ride height gage on each end, adjust the chassis height to reflect ride height while mounted in the setup system. Make your camber, toe-in adjustments while in this configuration.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYBODY! PEACE AND HAPPY RACING
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Has anyone seen these at any online shops yet.

803191 Chassis Plate 720 SPP Carbon
803197 Bumper foam 710/720 wide
803192 Servo Saver set adj. Ackerman 720
803171 Body-support set RR floating
803180 Rear body brace SPP
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