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Old 09-13-2008, 11:17 PM   #31
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i'm confuse....so..the rcmanufactory is lhs isn it..they sell k factory stuff...so..good...how the payment method?...shipping?...i cant speak chinese nor read it..please advise...

the wc conversion is great...i love alum bulkhead..that thing made me confidence to crash..is is true fellas?...
...hehehe...compare to plastic aittt...
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Old 09-15-2008, 12:24 AM   #33
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the wc conversion is great...i love alum bulkhead..that thing made me confidence to crash..is is true fellas?...
...hehehe...compare to plastic aittt...
imho; in a crash, it's better for parts to break rather than bent or tweaked...
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Old 09-15-2008, 08:23 AM   #34
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If anyone is interested in purchasing a G4RS WC car(the one I ran at the worlds in Portugal)...Please send me an PM and we can talk....Many extra parts and a bag to go with it!

I will only answer questions through PM's .......

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Old 09-15-2008, 09:51 AM   #35
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If anyone is interested in purchasing a G4RS WC car(the one I ran at the worlds in Portugal)...Please send me an PM and we can talk....Many extra parts and a bag to go with it!

I will only answer questions through PM's .......

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Old 09-15-2008, 11:55 PM   #36
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Man i would not want to get that thing dirty
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are the WC parts sold separately?

if i get the WC kit and sometime later if i break any of the WC part(s); how can i get replacements for that one particular WC part?


Single particular parts will be available next week.

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Just in time to run the final leg of Mid West Series.....Toledo here I come (or crash...LOL)
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Glad that single WC parts are available now.

however, in order to use the WC chassis, we'll also need the WC rear bits right?
Don't think the RS rear bits can be fitted as the mounting holes are different on the WC chassis.

Any chances of a stronger 3mm RS chassis or even a 4mm RS chassis?
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Any chances of a stronger 3mm RS chassis or even a 4mm RS chassis?
3mm is strong enough, 4mm is too stiff....... if you have problem with 3mm chassis, I believe you have wrong settings.
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I just badly tweaked my G4s chassis and so now i just bought a G4+ chassis-4mm. Are you saying this will be too stiff aswell or this one ok? My track is about medium level grip that gets better during the night.

If it's not the ideal chassis to run do you have any set-up tips to compensate for it at all?
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3mm is strong enough, 4mm is too stiff....... if you have problem with 3mm chassis, I believe you have wrong settings.
well, the 3mm RS chassis will tweak by itself! i think it's not strong enough...
there's a talk about it in the RS thread.
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I just badly tweaked my G4s chassis and so now i just bought a G4+ chassis-4mm. Are you saying this will be too stiff aswell or this one ok? My track is about medium level grip that gets better during the night.

If it's not the ideal chassis to run do you have any set-up tips to compensate for it at all?
G4S is different from G4RS, you cannot compare an apple to an orange.......... it means nothing bro.!
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well, the 3mm RS chassis will tweak by itself! i think it's not strong enough...
there's a talk about it in the RS thread.
Just people talked, have you tried yet?.......... as I said their settings would be wrong. I and my team didn't have any problem until now.
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