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Old 02-28-2010, 05:56 PM   #1126
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Hi TM Family,
We had an invitational race here on Peru, with people from Argentina (RINALLDI), Ecuador(CUCALON) and USA (Morganti)

TM had a great race making 2,3,4 on the Amain, yes Paolo won with the Serpente IoI but TM RS09 made a great race putting ALL 4 cars on the A MAIN.

My car was on rails all the week, I just can say that TM has a very good car!

hope to make this race bigger a see more people here to have a great time and eat the best food!!!

Have fun

Andy Ledgard
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Old 02-28-2010, 06:05 PM   #1127
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Hi TM Family,
We had an invitational race here on Peru, with people from Argentina (RINALLDI), Ecuador(CUCALON) and USA (Morganti)

TM had a great race making 2,3,4 on the Amain, yes Paolo won with the Serpente IoI but TM RS09 made a great race putting ALL 4 cars on the A MAIN.

My car was on rails all the week, I just can say that TM has a very good car!

hope to make this race bigger a see more people here to have a great time and eat the best food!!!

Have fun

Andy Ledgard


Hey good showing for the TM G4RS09 2,3,4 good to hear. I would like to make it out to your next big race keep me posted.
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Old 02-28-2010, 06:07 PM   #1128
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good job guys
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Old 02-28-2010, 06:27 PM   #1129
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Hi TM Family,
We had an invitational race here on Peru, with people from Argentina (RINALLDI), Ecuador(CUCALON) and USA (Morganti)

TM had a great race making 2,3,4 on the Amain, yes Paolo won with the Serpente IoI but TM RS09 made a great race putting ALL 4 cars on the A MAIN.

My car was on rails all the week, I just can say that TM has a very good car!

hope to make this race bigger a see more people here to have a great time and eat the best food!!!

Have fun

Andy Ledgard
Good job guys,what was you'll set up?
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Old 03-02-2010, 07:28 AM   #1130
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He re is my Set up;
FRONT
Track: 198mm
Roll bar: Flat
Diff with 500K
Toe 1º open
CAmber L 2º R 2.5
Droop 2mm (static)
Caster 3mm
offset 0
oil shock 400
piston stock
Spring Kyosho blue
Akerman c

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Track 200mm
Roll bar: 2.2 (wire flush with collar)
Toe: 3.5mm
Camber L 4, R 4.5
Droop: 4mm
Offfset 0
Oil 400
piston stock
Spring Serpent Yellow

Ride height with 56mm wheels Front 5 rear 5.5mm (to much bumps and change in elevations)

Engine
RB T9 RC with NR 2562 Pipe

Body ALTIS 2.3, (first time with that body, is GREAT!!!!!!!)

Have fun and if you have any question we are here to help.

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Old 03-02-2010, 09:30 AM   #1131
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I own one of these cars and it looks really good, but I haven't tested it yet because of the bad weather

When I ordered spares for this season it came to my mind that I couldn't find the O-rings, which seals the differentials, anywhere

I just wondered where you guys get the O-rings from, or if you use something else to seal the differentials.

All answers are appreciated
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Old 03-03-2010, 07:49 AM   #1132
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I own one of these cars and it looks really good, but I haven't tested it yet because of the bad weather

When I ordered spares for this season it came to my mind that I couldn't find the O-rings, which seals the differentials, anywhere

I just wondered where you guys get the O-rings from, or if you use something else to seal the differentials.

All answers are appreciated
that is a good question? does anyone know
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Old 03-03-2010, 07:59 PM   #1133
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I own one of these cars and it looks really good, but I haven't tested it yet because of the bad weather

When I ordered spares for this season it came to my mind that I couldn't find the O-rings, which seals the differentials, anywhere

I just wondered where you guys get the O-rings from, or if you use something else to seal the differentials.

All answers are appreciated
i lost a o-ring on a diff and i used some red hight temp silicone but make sure you clean the diff case real good so you can get a good seal works great
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Old 03-04-2010, 07:53 AM   #1134
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Thanks for the answer

I'll try sealing them with silicone when the O-rings need to be replaced
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Old 03-07-2010, 02:55 PM   #1135
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Hello everyone.
That lipo battery used in this car?
I have one but only 900 mha.
There is some lipo battery of more than 1300 to enter into this car?
Thank you very much.
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Old 03-07-2010, 04:50 PM   #1136
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I used the INTEGY 7,4v LIPO rx baterry...

The receiver is a SPEKTRUM SR3100 and my servos a SANWA ERG RZ...

My questoin is:

I need to use a regualator ? To put the receiver working on 6 volts? or there is no problem with the receiver but with the servos that work on 6 volts?

thanks... please help me..
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Old 03-07-2010, 05:24 PM   #1137
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I used the INTEGY 7,4v LIPO rx baterry...

The receiver is a SPEKTRUM SR3100 and my servos a SANWA ERG RZ...

My questoin is:

I need to use a regualator ? To put the receiver working on 6 volts? or there is no problem with the receiver but with the servos that work on 6 volts?

thanks... please help me..
Yep it's for the servos. Best put the LiPo on a multimeter and check the real voltage too.
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Hi there,

I used the INTEGY 7,4v LIPO rx baterry...

The receiver is a SPEKTRUM SR3100 and my servos a SANWA ERG RZ...

My questoin is:

I need to use a regualator ? To put the receiver working on 6 volts? or there is no problem with the receiver but with the servos that work on 6 volts?

thanks... please help me..
You are meant to, but there are some that run lipos without voltage regulators. The rated voltage is less than 3% different to NIMH, but the initial output may be higher. One guy in our South East Queensland racing community is actually testing it, by not using a voltage regulator. There has not been a problem with this yet as far as I know. You would think that there should be a fair bit of tolerance with this in servos, receivers and transponders; but who am I to know.

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Old 03-07-2010, 11:21 PM   #1139
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In my circuit, virtually 100% of pilots use the lipo battery without voltage regulator.

T. Senna, you could put a picture and the size of your battery?

Thank you.
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Help to solve a problem - leak of oil from the shock-absorber (from 152007)!
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