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Old 02-12-2004, 11:43 PM   #511
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I would say; Excellent..!! I had no problem, and haven't broken anything yet from the car...
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I am aware that the car is quite durable..
but how about the fit? Is there unwanted bind in the parts? Or slop?

Are the finishing of the plastic nicely done?
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Hi all,

is the new 75cc fuel tank made by K-factory or is it team magic original equipment?

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Old 02-13-2004, 01:23 AM   #513
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is the new 75cc fuel tank made by K-factory or is it team magic original equipment?

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They both makes the 75cc one.
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Old 02-13-2004, 01:27 AM   #514
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They both makes the 75cc one.
Hi,

Thank you for the reply. I just purchase my kit from Taiwan and I want to find out if the fuel tank is the smaller tank or the 75cc tank. Besides measuring the tank, are there any physical differences between the smaller tank and 75cc tank from team magic?

Thank you again!
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Hi,

Thank you for the reply. I just purchase my kit from Taiwan and I want to find out if the fuel tank is the smaller tank or the 75cc tank. Besides measuring the tank, are there any physical differences between the smaller tank and 75cc tank from team magic?

Thank you again!
I believe I explained the different last time. Anyway, all new 75cc (both Tmagic and Kfactory) has blue sticker. If you look closely, right in the middle of its upper and lower parts, they are thicker than the old one (two melted/ultrasonic welding lines instead of one). This is due to adding more space in the tank. So, the new 75cc will definetely bigger and heavier.
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im thinking about buying a g4 but i want some more info

teamtrinity.com doesnt tell me much about the car

does the pro version come with universals?

where do you guys get the kfactory hop-ups from?

how much does it weigh say compared to mtx3 and r40?

how close is the box set-up and can associated springs be used on shocks?

i have gone back a few pages and looked at the pictures and set-ups you guys have posted some nice pictures

what is team magics website?
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im thinking about buying a g4 but i want some more info

teamtrinity.com doesnt tell me much about the car

does the pro version come with universals?

where do you guys get the kfactory hop-ups from?

how much does it weigh say compared to mtx3 and r40?

how close is the box set-up and can associated springs be used on shocks?

i have gone back a few pages and looked at the pictures and set-ups you guys have posted some nice pictures

what is team magics website?
No. is only comes with front and rear dogbones (same length)

I got it from my local distributor.

It's pretty light about 1750 grams

The box setup is the best starting point you can find on most cars

www.teammagic.com.tw

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What is a good tire combination to start with. Our track has medium grip?
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Rear 35 30mm, Front 37 26mm is a good start for medium-open track.
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Can you guys show me some of your pics of your G4 wiring scheme? I can't find away to do it neatly. Here's a pic of mine.

http://www.geocities.com/aggace/g4-page.html
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Hey, I will be heading to the lhs today and am wondering if the hitec 5925 digital servo will be enough to work the steering for this car. any help is appreciated. thanks

Hitec 5925

English Metric
Torque 4.8/6.0v : 103 / 128 oz. 7.4 / 9.2 kg.
Speed 4.8/6.0v : 0.10 / 0.08 second
Size : 1.2"x 0.8"x1.5" 39 x 20 x 38mm
Weight : 2.0 oz. 56 g.

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Aggdaddy: I run my receiver on the side so the cables are hidden between the Reciever and battery.

I've shortened the servo cables to suit.

Cant really tell from this pic but it gives you an idea:

http://www.franktonmodels.co.nz/pics/teammagic/g4gs.jpg

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Hey, I will be heading to the lhs today and am wondering if the hitec 5925 digital servo will be enough to work the steering for this car. any help is appreciated. thanks

Hitec 5925

English Metric
Torque 4.8/6.0v : 103 / 128 oz. 7.4 / 9.2 kg.
Speed 4.8/6.0v : 0.10 / 0.08 second
Size : 1.2"x 0.8"x1.5" 39 x 20 x 38mm
Weight : 2.0 oz. 56 g.

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I use that servo and it works great.
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For the G4 wiring, please check the post below. It should be helpful.

http://www.teammagic.com.tw/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=221
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