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Old 03-18-2009, 03:26 PM   #1
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Does anyone have a good set up for this car? What are some good spare parts to have for the track?
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Here is a link to the thread that describes the set up I have been running lately.
http://www.rctech.net/forum/nitro-ro...houghts-8.html
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I ordered my DM-1 Spec yesterday should have it by early next week. Should be fun to run in GT open class. Give me a call ADAN if your still wanting to meet up at track tomorrow for testing.


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Does anyone have a good set up for this car? What are some good spare parts to have for the track?
front and rear arm holders part #40719 that seems to be the only thing that breaks
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front and rear arm holders part #40719 that seems to be the only thing that breaks
Just saw samples from YBSlow. which are made of aluminum which should be out soon.
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front and rear arm holders part #40719 that seems to be the only thing that breaks
From your experience, which ones break more often, Front or Rear. The reason I ask is that I ues a similar part set on my 1/10 TC rear only, never needed it on the front.
The ybslow parts are on the expensive side, but worth it, considering the alternative ( a broken part, and you're out of the qualifier or main).
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From your experience, which ones break more often, Front or Rear. The reason I ask is that I ues a similar part set on my 1/10 TC rear only, never needed it on the front.
The ybslow parts are on the expensive side, but worth it, considering the alternative ( a broken part, and you're out of the qualifier or main).
the front ones break the most but i had someone make me some metal ones and problem solved
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