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Old 05-21-2005, 04:30 AM   #21496
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Thats the plan, but comes down to $$, a house is a priority, but this is a once in a life time opportunity. I should definately be at the pre worlds. Big problem for us is our qualifying, so far there isn't one, so looks like a CV approach is going to be used. I have only just got into 1/10 and the only big meetings including the Nationals I ran a CD3 and barely finished a race. The 710 is a different story and was swapping the lead with the national champ until my battery pack died last weekend. I just need to get as much track time and prove to the national body that I should go to the worlds.
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Old 05-21-2005, 04:52 AM   #21497
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hey guys.i have a question.as we know,the stock front shock placement is in front of shock tower.and based on this pic,it is mounted on the back of the tower.and i notice the spacer to make the tower mounted more to the front.anyone know where to get these????and do u need to use longer screw?if so,how long???thankshere is the link.sorry,pic is too small,so see the pic here
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Old 05-21-2005, 04:59 AM   #21498
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maybe this will work






it is a different picture from the above,and the above might not be accesible to non members of 3hobby.so lets see how this goes
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Old 05-21-2005, 09:07 AM   #21499
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guys,do the graphite pieces need sealing with CA glue???if so,how???step by step please
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Old 05-21-2005, 09:19 AM   #21500
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Could someone explain to me how the DRS system work? sorry im new here >_<;
setup book will help...
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Old 05-21-2005, 10:29 AM   #21501
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hey guys.i have a question.as we know,the stock front shock placement is in front of shock tower.and based on this pic,it is mounted on the back of the tower.and i notice the spacer to make the tower mounted more to the front.anyone know where to get these????[/URL]
I think "the curently lost person, D" ever mentioned that it was the cone spacer for DRS arm.
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Old 05-21-2005, 10:38 AM   #21502
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I think "the curently lost person, D" ever mentioned that it was the cone spacer for DRS arm.


is it???owh.if im not mistaken,the stock drs placement needs the spacer.....no???
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Old 05-21-2005, 10:45 AM   #21503
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is it???owh.if im not mistaken,the stock drs placement needs the spacer.....no???
Yes they need, you just have to buy some spares and use the cone one to mount your shock tower as in the pic you posted. Tobe Craft, Kose, Tamiya also make some 3mm spacers as well. Go to your tamiya local dealer and ask for TRF arms alu spacers, it will fit just fine.
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Yes they need, you just have to buy some spares and use the cone one to mount your shock tower as in the pic you posted. Tobe Craft, Kose, Tamiya also make some 3mm spacers as well. Go to your tamiya local dealer and ask for TRF arms alu spacers, it will fit just fine.

thanks man.any idea what screw i have to use???how long???
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thanks man.any idea what screw i have to use???how long???

Screw must be 3mm like original, how long? no idea, just see this way: original screw lenght + how many mm spacers you will be mounted
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Screw must be 3mm like original, how long? no idea, just see this way: original screw lenght + how many mm spacers you will be mounted



thanks man .btw,what tools is included in the new version of the 710??thanks 4 da help
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Did Mark and D drop over to the dark side? Or has the ring finally shown the wearers who's the real boss?
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I do have one concern with regards to using ATF as after run oil. What is the residue after combustion? Maybe acutts can check with his dad on that...
I believe the late Ron Paris ever mentioned of using ATF or even 3 in 1 oil as a substitute to after runs oil.
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maybe you can discribe abit. How good is this grease? Do you find anything special as compare to other grease?
It lowers friction, prevents galling, resistants to high temperatures, high pressure. Fast drying film resists dirt and dust build-up.
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Did Mark and D drop over to the dark side? Or has the ring finally shown the wearers who's the real boss?
D just got back from vacation and Mark is still on top of the mountains searching for the ring.
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