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Old 02-03-2008, 10:05 PM   #241
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Thank you Rick. Can you please tell me what the rear suspension blocks A,B & C do?
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Thank you Rick. Can you please tell me what the rear suspension blocks A,B & C do?
They raise or lower the rear lower suspension pin. Another way to adjust the rear roll centre.

Also, there is a page in the M3 manual, before the parts list, that explains what extra parts you will need to have a laydown throttle servo.
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Old 02-04-2008, 08:03 AM   #243
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UPSguy Thank you Rick. Can you please tell me what the rear suspension blocks A,B & C do?


The B set replicates the lower pin location of the 7-3.5in lower blocks of the 05/07 car using that as a baseline the A block set would allow you to make the arm lengths more equal reducing camber gain and the C set will lower your rear roll center.
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The brass batterie tray is 54 grams.
Hey Nitrodude...who has the 54 Gram and Silver Trays (even heavier) for the M3?
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Ybslow has brass battery trays in stock for the M3. They weigh 60 grams.
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Old 02-04-2008, 06:13 PM   #246
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PM board member Team Kamikaze, he wil have them in stock.
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Hey Nitrodude...who has the 54 Gram and Silver Trays (even heavier) for the M3?
the silver trays are not availble i made one for chris for the winternats next week as a favor. i dont what do get in the business of makind rc equipment ill stick to jewelry theres alot more money in that. but i am making another on for christ that is around 100 + grams. i think you can get the brass ones from ybslow.com
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Could anyone tell me who has M3 parts in stock?

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Could anyone tell me who has M3 parts in stock?

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I do have M3 parts in stock!
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do you have the fm636 flywheel? If so, I need to order that and a couple of Dome bodies.

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Yes I have the FM636 and Dome bodies in stock.
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Team Kamikaze will have brass batterie bars available for a reasonable price at the Winternats next week. We are also working on a heavier version of it. There will also be a few more items for the M3 in about a week. We will keep you guys posted.

If you want batterie trays you need to PM Team Kamikaze.
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Today I received some M3 optional parts that I will add to the car in the next few days.

Also, these cool looking setup wheels.
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Today I received some M3 optional parts that I will add to the car in the next few days.

Also, these cool looking setup wheels.
What does the stabilizer bracket do? Do the 2 carbon side plate stiffeners replace plastic pieces in the stock kit?
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What does the stabilizer bracket do? Do the 2 carbon side plate stiffeners replace plastic pieces in the stock kit?
Carbon side stiffeners are option parts, the car originally did not come with any (there is never any plastic pieces in the stock kit).
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