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Old 02-22-2003, 10:55 AM   #46
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I am looking forward to trying this pipe, I never heard of RD logics until I bought my serpent, and with it came a 1 piece pipe.
I am impressed with the performance, quality and finish, for a good price. I will be making an order once I get my NTC3, hopefully more canadian racers will learn of your products, we are always looking for good products at a good price.
If you have a distributor up here, would you send me their address or email, would be much appreciated.
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Old 02-22-2003, 07:29 PM   #47
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Henry,

Good luck on Sunday. Unfortunately, I'm on baby patrol. BTW, give Jose and DJ hell.

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Old 02-22-2003, 09:14 PM   #48
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fast burn i'm glad your had good results with our pipe
as for dealers in Canada I don't beleive we have one
you could go on line such as speedtech or winners circle.
they carry our products and have pretty good service.
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Old 02-22-2003, 09:51 PM   #49
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maybe a distributor up here would be a good thing. We have lots of nitro onroad guys in the summer, and im sure they would appreciate the quality and affordability of your products.
I know a few people, including myself that are looking for ventures, you, or someone should drop me a line and let me know what it takes to carry your products. Its cheaper to bring in a lot of products at one time, then one product a lot of times with duty.
The NTC3 stuff would be hit for sure, everyone is switching over, including myself.

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We only have the new gears for the HD one-way, we should be getting the rest of the new gears soon.
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Old 02-23-2003, 01:11 AM   #51
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Integ, you got PM.

Lap, what are you quoting? haha
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Old 02-24-2003, 07:53 PM   #52
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hey guys just raced the ntc3 yesterday with the new pipe
and was pretty happy with it. just too bad that my motor
was so worn out that i had to use the mtx3 for the remainder
of the day. the tc3 just seem to work better yesterday on
high bite conditions.
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Old 02-24-2003, 11:33 PM   #53
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Special new offer from RD Logics web site.

Get a free lightweight chassis for your NTC-3 when you purchase the Die Cast Alluminum set for the NTC-3 which consist of die cast alluminum transmission cases, braces, and shock towers.
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Any other new stuff planned for the NTC3? I don't know if it was you or some other company, but someone was prototyping adjustable roll center.



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we were testing roll center plates before
making prototype blocks but not sure
if it will be worth going into production.
just because raising the roll center
even 1.5 mill causes clearance issues
for the front sway bar.
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How effective were the roll center plates? I think it's another handy tuning option to have. Maybe someone can redesign a new rear sway bar. Even in stock form, it barely clears the cvd dog bone.
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You can already adjust the roll center on the ntc3, but plates for the lower a-arms would be nice.
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You can already adjust the roll center on the ntc3, but plates for the lower a-arms would be nice.
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You can already adjust the roll center on the ntc3, but plates for the lower a-arms would be nice.
How do you adjust roll center on the NTC3? And what are the benefits of adjusting roll center on this car? Doesn't the car already have enough traction? I know when the track is loose, it's harder to find consistent rear traction.
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You can move the upper control arms to the outer holes or inner holes in the shocktowers , this helps control roll center.
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