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Old 03-12-2005, 10:39 AM   #4351
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Hey Nimo.......

This is unbeleivable.. RESPECT out to you man !!

Is there a possiblity you can share the setup used on this type of tracks. I guess mine is something similar condition !! SLIPPERY ! but with sand and not snow !! lol

just let me in on the....... Diff. oils?.. Shock oils? - Springs? - Toe in? Caster etc?..
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Old 03-12-2005, 11:01 AM   #4352
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The pictures where from a few years back, I have only just located them again. Just thought I'd show you the kinds of weather we have to put up with.
Main set up for snow racing is a solid front diff, MiniPin Tires, a gentle thumb and good waterproofing, and the ability to drive sideways
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Old 03-12-2005, 03:09 PM   #4353
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The pictures where from a few years back, I have only just located them again. Just thought I'd show you the kinds of weather we have to put up with.
Main set up for snow racing is a solid front diff, MiniPin Tires, a gentle thumb and good waterproofing, and the ability to drive sideways
it would be fun to watch
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Old 03-13-2005, 04:16 PM   #4354
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I just wanted to know if the serpent 710 delrin pivot ball screw nuts fit the v one rrr hubs ?

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Old 03-14-2005, 12:11 AM   #4355
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I just wanted to know if the serpent 710 delrin pivot ball screw nuts fit the v one rrr hubs ?

thanks
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too much trouble....

delrin fragile might as well put Ti
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Old 03-14-2005, 07:41 PM   #4356
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hey guys, anyone run the fw0 with solid axle or lockedup diff ,i will be giving a try, im using jb weld to lock my diff.
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Old 03-14-2005, 07:49 PM   #4357
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hey guys, anyone run the fw0 with solid axle or lockedup diff ,i will be giving a try, im using jb weld to lock my diff.
hey bobby did i showed you the one i made out of the spare one-way?
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Old 03-15-2005, 09:31 PM   #4358
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Ohh Its a good day. The car is 99% done, all I need to do is put the fuel line on, and the pinions on.





the tires are trued to 61mm front 62mm rear.
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very nice, oh and that's a nice pipe you got there
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So do you get like 5$ from skyline for every time you talk about their exhaust? hehe
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There you go screwing up my page width again Clegg.

You guys got me intrigued talking about Nitro the other day.

Straight up, what’s my final total cost? What do I need?
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Old 03-16-2005, 12:33 AM   #4362
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There you go screwing up my page width again Clegg.

You guys got me intrigued talking about Nitro the other day.

Straight up, what’s my final total cost? What do I need?
What COST??? It's a bottomless pit It's like a women walking into a handbag shop or a shoe shop and you just buy buy buy Sorry couldn't help myself, I just spent a LOT of money on 5star and 3 racing stuff for my FW05R
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Hey clegg, noticed your front spring. Is that harder than the rear? You using the rear black right?
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Old 03-16-2005, 12:37 AM   #4364
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Sorry guys, but clegg one more question, you running on 196mm width at the front? must be twitchy at the front end, what's the rear like 200mm?
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What COST??? It's a bottomless pit It's like a women walking into a handbag shop or a shoe shop and you just buy buy buy Sorry couldn't help myself, I just spent a LOT of money on 5star and 3 racing stuff for my FW05R
Just don't let your wifey see this...
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