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Old 09-08-2009, 11:44 PM   #76
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USA Edam owners and racers can check this new out.

http://www.teammarketingamerica.com
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Old 04-03-2010, 09:59 PM   #77
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heey al right this is my kind of place any one selling an xr8 or 80 ?
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My buddy is selling his XR-8. Itís brand new. I put it together for him. Itís got brand new servos, battery, switch, protoform body cut and trimmed ready for paint. 2 sets of wheels. He bought a lot of stuff to try 1/8 but heís lost interest.
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Hi guys,

Which kind of tyres fit the Razor ?

Im planning on test one in couple weeks.

thanks !

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Old 07-20-2010, 12:13 AM   #80
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Serpent OS1 rims.
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Old 07-29-2010, 01:35 PM   #81
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If you have not done the conversion Serpent wheels are need for the Razor. If you do the conversion you can use the OS2 wheels.

Edam is working on the molds now for the OS2 wheels. Most other guys convert using Mugen or Serpent parts.

GQ racing Tires has the Serpent Rims and I have them in stock. If you are in the USA just order off our site www.GQamerica.com. If you are outside the USA just PM me and I will help you find tires.
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Old 07-30-2010, 07:06 AM   #82
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Hi guys,

Which kind of tyres fit the Razor ?

Im planning on test one in couple weeks.

thanks !

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Hello Razor Racers Worldwide,

I presently have made for sale Mid Shafts in Titanium. I have 2 speed layshafts made for those that use after market pulleys like Titans and will have Edam type full length layshafts in a little while.

I have attached a picture of our Razor Mid Shaft in Titanium. I am sell these for $19.95. Why use Titanium versus stock. Of course the first answer is weight. These titanium shafts weight almost 1/2 the grams of the stock shafts. More importantly this is rotating mass! When you lighten rotating mass it is like adding horse power to your engine. Another advantage of course is lightening the overall weight of the car.

You can email me to obtain the mid shaft or go to our website www.tma-motorsports.com

Have fun and good racing to all!
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Forgot pic...lol
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i use the tyres from tma motor sports the new gq brand and those are some really good tyres they give good traction and respond very well to any changes you make to your car. they have good life to last the heats and the main. they are as good at the end of the race as they are at the start.
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I am becoming quite impressed with edam cars and would like to purchase some. can anyone tell me where to go to get edam kits, thanks
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I will pass your HELP request on to EDAM Factory Driver Matt Akkola. Matt is a member of the Third Coast Racing team and is working on posting some setup and tuning tips for the EDAM Razor and Spirit. He will be posting his suggestions on thirdcoastracing.com soon. You could also go to the web site and reach him with an email in the "Contact Us" link and he will answer your questions.

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Try mugen yellow shoes, extra hard mugen clutch spring, 0.7mm spacing without inner bearing. Spring preload 0.7-0.9mm. Seems to works well for me on high grip med size track. Don't forget as the shoes need to run-in first (set preload to around 0mm, and run at 1/2 throttle) for 1-2 tanks, clean all the dust and check the spacing again.
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You can contact EDAM directly at: http://www.edam.com.tw/contact.asp

they will more than happy to help direct you to the nearest dealer.
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