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Old 12-29-2003, 11:30 AM   #31
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I saw paul coleman running the car for some testing at
revalation yesterday and I thought the car looked good out
in the track it looked very nuetral coming in and out of the
turns.

The car definitely looks good. Paul's car looked really stable.
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I had played this car which is my friends.(He works for Hobao ) What I feel is ... Hum......This car is just like my G4. Very stable.....In fact it is too stable and a little push. Of course it's not mine,so I can't adjust it to what I want. GP-4 use planetary gears in its rear differential, just like mine GT-4.(damn...I spent too many money on R/C,don't tell my wife please.....) So even #100,000 diff oil is still not tight enough to me. Because GP-4 has super low C.G. so maybe use softer front tyres will be better.
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............So even #100,000 diff oil is still not tight enough to me. Because GP-4 has super low C.G. so maybe use softer front tyres will be better.
Try Mugen Super Grease...fill up the gear casing. I found it feels like 120,000 wt (ish) on my LD3.....
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I had played this car which is my friends.(He works for Hobao ) What I feel is ... Hum......This car is just like my G4. Very stable.....In fact it is too stable and a little push. Of course it's not mine,so I can't adjust it to what I want. GP-4 use planetary gears in its rear differential, just like mine GT-4.(damn...I spent too many money on R/C,don't tell my wife please.....) So even #100,000 diff oil is still not tight enough to me. Because GP-4 has super low C.G. so maybe use softer front tyres will be better.
I've driven Paul Coleman's car and it had tons of steering.
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any one seen one running on rubber tyres?
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Any one know who carry them? Thanks
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I've driven Paul Coleman's car and it had tons of steering.
Car is not available for sale in the US yet...
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any more pic's or news?
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