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Old 03-04-2004, 12:27 AM   #5206
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What kind of setup board is that?
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Old 03-04-2004, 12:28 AM   #5207
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I believe that's just a makeshift template for checking the bodyshell dimensions during tech inspection.
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Old 03-04-2004, 12:32 AM   #5208
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What kind of setup board is that?
NOOOoo...u must be kidding when u asking me this question, right?
Thats not even a board...its only the lid for my storage thing.
im a cheap guy, u know
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Old 03-04-2004, 12:35 AM   #5209
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I believe that's just a makeshift template for checking the bodyshell dimensions during tech inspection.
oic...sorry cyba888...i thought u asked the other picture...hahhahaha.
Yep.InitialD is correct. rcsabah made it for easy tech'ing. can check body height, width, after run height, tail width & length.
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Old 03-04-2004, 01:39 AM   #5210
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For those who are interested in setup with a front diff on the 710, here's Rene's recent setup also posted on mytsn;

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Suspension geometry Front:
Downstops: +2
Set-up ride height: 6mm
Camber Left: 1.5 degree
Camber Right: 2 degree
Track-width: 199.5
Toe-in: -2 degree
Caster setting (mm in front): 4mm
Roll-center position upper arm (mm): 2mm
Upstop (mm): -

Suspension geometry Rear:
Downstops: 8mm
Set-up ride height: 6mm
Camber Left: 2.5 degree
Camber Right: 3.2 degree
Toe-in: 1.5 degree
Track-width: 200
Roll-center position upper: low out
Roll-center position lower: low
DRS arm position (low-mid-up): level

Shockabsorbers Front:
Springs: red
Oil: 35
Holes: 4 of 5
Cilinder type: comp
Shock-tower position: 2

Shockabsorbers Rear:
Springs: red
Oil: 35
Holes: 3 of 5
Cilinder type: comp
Shock-tower position: 1
Lower shock position: outer

Anti-roll bar front:
Thickness: std
Position: 20 degree

Anti-roll bar rear:
Thickness: std
Position: 2mm
Position on lower arm: inner

Tires Front:
Make: ellegi
Hardness Left: 40
Hardness Right: 40
Diameter: 63
Wear in 5 min. Left: 0.4mm
Wear in 5 min. Right: 0.7mm

Tires rear:
Make: ellegi
Hardness Left: 40
Hardness Right: 40
Diameter: 63
Wear in 5 min. Left: 0.4mm
Wear in 5 min. Right: 0.8mm

Transmission:
Pinion 1st: 17
Pinion 2nd: 21
Gear 1st: 61
Gear 2nd: 55

Front axle:
Type: diff
Diff. setting: mid-hard

Rear axle:
Type: diff
Diff. setting: soft-mid

Aerodynamics:
Body: Alfa Protoform
Wing: std
Gurney strip:

Engine and pipe:
Engine: Mega
Version: 2106 MS
Head shims: 0.3mm
Glowplug: 7 TF
Pipe: 2171
Header: 2174
Length: fix
Fuel: mixed

Remarks:
Chassis performance: easy to drive and fast.
Engine performance: good. One of the best engines out there.
Test remarks: Oneway is faster, but differencial is more consistent. If there is more grig, i will turn to oneway.

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Perhaps Rene could post some of his comments on why he used what he used.
Just in;

http://www.mytsn.com/publ/publmem.asp?pid=9689
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Old 03-04-2004, 01:40 AM   #5211
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The most obvious one is the front but my recent experience with the 710 showed that the side one gave way first before the front !

The rear belt would last the longest in my opinion.
I agree ... my first worn out belt is the side belt.
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Old 03-04-2004, 01:41 AM   #5212
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how long did you get on that side belt?
Mine was 3 litres through.
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Old 03-04-2004, 01:43 AM   #5213
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OK, i just wanna share my experience on the recent KKIIR'04 race. My 710 outcome.
Oh you beast! How could you do that to your darling?
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Old 03-04-2004, 01:46 AM   #5214
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This is the 1st shot right after i open the body!
Well ... that's a Massimo Fantini NR powerplant you've got bolted to the finest and fastest 1:10 rolling chassis on earth ... so its a really FAST car.

Like they say in F1 (and I can't wait to watch the Aussie GP this weekend), you'd need a Superlicense before you can get your paws in the driver's seat.
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Old 03-04-2004, 01:52 AM   #5215
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I don't have that problem during the race...i can go to Labuan racers supplier, Mr. Chris Han, or even ask the Brunei Serpent racers.....but the only out of stock part is the body post. Everyone already cut theirs but end up the body is too low to meet the rules stipulated for the race and have to increase height another hole.
Hey, I'm impressed with you guys in the east! At least there's an attempt to control you outlaw boys. Some Tech Inspection goes a long way towards making one a better racer.
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Old 03-04-2004, 02:00 AM   #5216
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Hey guys, this is more a motor question than a 710 question, those of you with NOVA based motors, what air filters do you use\recommend, as the novarossi carb has one BIG throat, but it has a plastic venturi thingy to make it 5.4mm. I have had a look at the motorsaver buggy .21 filter, will it be race legal (ROAR) do you think?
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The one that I'm currently using is a Motorsaver one but I believe it's made for .12 carbs. I don't know if there's any rulling in ROAR or IFMAR with regards to carb filters.

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Thank you, I am sure I bought one similay D, but it is WAY too small to fit on, it has an 11mm fitting, but it looks like I need a 15 or 16, I will measure it as soon as I get a vernier.
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Yep, MAX P5...damn fast for my hand

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I have the MAX M5, whats the difference between the P5 and M5? Is yours modified(tuned) by MF? I paid 290US$
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I have the MAX M5, whats the difference between the P5 and M5? Is yours modified(tuned) by MF? I paid 290US$
What does it say on your heatsink? M5? I only know of P5 and S5 but M5 is pretty new to me.

For your info, all NovaMax engines are tuned by Massimo Fantini.
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