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Old 08-12-2004, 12:04 PM   #2566
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See on the 22nd with the tourer then matey.
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Old 08-12-2004, 12:20 PM   #2568
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See on the 22nd with the tourer then matey.
Will do.

I'm getting the foam handling sorted a little bit now so .......
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Old 08-12-2004, 02:02 PM   #2569
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i use the 3 Racing front shock tower bulk head and the rear v-0ne-rr alumin camber brace.( gotta take a couple of mm off to have o nice fit)..never used anything else.
mikecatts, what are the rear v-one rr aluminum camber brace?
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Old 08-12-2004, 04:25 PM   #2570
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here are the pics..
one is on tyhe 3 racing alu rear bulkhear and the other on the stock rear...you have to take about 2mm off the alu part to make a nice clean feel..
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ive also posted the parts as you buy them
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Thanks, Mike! Looks awesome!
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Someone a few pages back said thier servo leads were too long, well here is one of the best tools I have found for crimping your new leads on with.
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That's a neat tool. Where did you get it?

Can someone tell me what diff oil the manual suggests to use in the front? My friend has my manual and I'm testing for a parking lot race.
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Can someone tell me what diff oil the manual suggests to use in the front? My friend has my manual and I'm testing for a parking lot race.
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Can someone tell me what diff oil the manual suggests to use in the front? My friend has my manual and I'm testing for a parking lot race.
50K, as supplied with kit.
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Can someone tell me what diff oil the manual suggests to use in the front? My friend has my manual and I'm testing for a parking lot race.
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Hi

has anybody see the new Lithium Polymer batteries? They are a lot more powerfull and lighter from what i understand. I wonder if there is a pack that fits the FW that could save weight.

Anybody?

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