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Old 04-02-2004, 02:24 AM   #10801
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Thanks for the info.
Sorry for my ignorance but what exactly is 0.8?
What I know is that I have a 1st Spur of 49 and a 2nd spur of 45.
Hope you can educate a beginner like me
what you are running on is rated 1.0 module. the 0.8 module is of finer pitch which claimed to be higher efficient and gives better top end.
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Old 04-02-2004, 02:32 AM   #10802
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the new bulk head will accommodate lower upper deck, adjustable belt tensioner and non-adjustable front roll centre.
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it said light weight diff case !!
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Old 04-02-2004, 02:37 AM   #10804
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as far as i can see, you need a new chassis, new battery pack, new upper deck..................

the upper deck will be extremely low by looking at the new fuel tank.

they take away adjustable front roll centre 2.....
Damn, more expense.

Just as a side observation, the competition among the 200mm touring car manufacturers has hotted up considerably in the last six months.
There's the RRRRRRRRR, FW-05, the Pro-Spec MTX-3, 2004 R40, Serpent 710, G4 and probably a couple I've forgotton.

No wonder there's so many threads asking "what's the best car".
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Old 04-02-2004, 02:41 AM   #10805
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the new bulk head will accommodate lower upper deck, adjustable belt tensioner and non-adjustable front roll centre ?
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Old 04-02-2004, 02:42 AM   #10806
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Damn, more expense.

Just as a side observation, the competition among the 200mm touring car manufacturers has hotted up considerably in the last six months.
There's the RRRRRRRRR, FW-05, the Pro-Spec MTX-3, 2004 R40, Serpent 710, G4 and probably a couple I've forgotton.

No wonder there's so many threads asking "what's the best car".
i wonder if there will be conversion kit available.
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Old 04-02-2004, 02:47 AM   #10807
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the new bulk head will accommodate lower upper deck, adjustable belt tensioner and non-adjustable front roll centre.

Hmmm, they show the new rear hubs, but nothing about new rear bulkheads?

If this is the case, it might be largely a set of new parts forward of the engine like the EVO. I thought they might lower the rear diff and use a smaller 2-speed arrangement.
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Hmmm, they show the new rear hubs, but nothing about new rear bulkheads?

If this is the case, it might be largely a set of new parts forward of the engine like the EVO. I thought they might lower the rear diff and use a smaller 2-speed arrangement.
if there is nothing wrong with the car, why need to change?
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i wonder if there will be conversion kit available.
Of course.
. . . gotta look after the income stream.

I'm surprised about the "RRR" name though - I thought the Japanese had trouble pronouncing their "r's"
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Of course.
. . . gotta look after the income stream.

I'm surprised about the "RRR" name though - I thought the Japanese had trouble pronouncing their "r's"
i think they say it like "ar-low, ar-low, ar-low"
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i wonder if there will be conversion kit available.
I hope it's cheap like the EVO one was.
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i think they say it like "ar-low, ar-low, ar-low"
No, no, no . . . that's what they say when they pick up the phone.
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I hope it's cheap like the EVO one was.
i prefer to get a new car this time !!!
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No, no, no . . . that's what they say when they pick up the phone.
no no no, they say "musi musi"
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no no no, they say "musi musi"
Well, there you go then . . . that's how I call our cat.
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