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Old 11-04-2009, 06:24 AM   #1
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Hello from France,

here's some pics of the new Capricorn touring car.

http://www.yome3000.com/forums-lire....522&f=4#m11522

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Hi Mister Romuald from Toulouse,

How are you ?
Thanks for the link. News are coming

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Hello Nico,
I'm fine.
I hope que toi aussi tu vas bien à Sydney!!!

So, feel free to send me a Capricorn car and a Capricorn engine to make a worldwide review!!!
You can also send the G4-09!!!

Et tu passes le bonjour à tes parents!!!

See you...
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Looks Nice what is the red metal? (Alum)
How does it drive Chris !
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hey Jeff, whats up, Chris says the car is great, I think he will be here for the US open. that is the plan anyway. can't wait to tune that baby up and see it roll. heard you won't make it down for that one! talk to you soon Peter
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hey Jeff, whats up, Chris says the car is great, I think he will be here for the US open. that is the plan anyway. can't wait to tune that baby up and see it roll. heard you won't make it down for that one! talk to you soon Peter
Peter i will be there this weekend and for the US OPEN !

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The picture from redrc is good. Interesting to see how it goes hopefully it will add another contender to the mix, a few questions though:

Are they kyosho shocks?

Is that stock all alloy bulkheads etc

Can it fit a pull start motor in it?

What is that little whit plastic thing underneath the front inner pulley?
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The picture from redrc is good. Interesting to see how it goes hopefully it will add another contender to the mix, a few questions though:

Are they kyosho shocks?

Is that stock all alloy bulkheads etc

Can it fit a pull start motor in it?

What is that little whit plastic thing underneath the front inner pulley?
i think it is for the battery's pack plate.to screw in it.
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what time release ?
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The picture from redrc is good. Interesting to see how it goes hopefully it will add another contender to the mix, a few questions though:

Are they kyosho shocks?

Is that stock all alloy bulkheads etc

Can it fit a pull start motor in it?

What is that little whit plastic thing underneath the front inner pulley?
why would you put a pullstart engine in a comp touring car?
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why would you put a pullstart engine in a comp touring car?
Umm to run in pull start. People are already doing the same thing with the edam spirit running competitively in both classes
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Umm to run in pull start. People are already doing the same thing with the edam spirit running competitively in both classes
You cant even compare the edam to xray, kyosho, serpent etc. I already tried the edam car for one race the Glc it wasn't all that good
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You cant even compare the edam to xray, kyosho, serpent etc. I already tried the edam car for one race the Glc it wasn't all that good
Why not, here in australia edam tourers are just as good as any other eg this years australian national's
It was mugen 1st xray 2nd kyosho 3rd and EDAM 4th
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Why not, here in australia edam tourers are just as good as any other eg this years australian national's
It was mugen 1st xray 2nd kyosho 3rd and EDAM 4th
I believe in 2010 you will find more about the Edam Race cars and their ability to be very competitive here in the States. I am happy to say that TMA Marketing is now the wholesaler/retailer for the 1/10th Spirit, 1/8th Razor and also the fun RTR. With the addition of Rene Cornella to the Edam team our future looks bright. As we look for team drivers here in the states I hope Edam Cars presence will become another option for racers to choose.

The pull start class that takes place in Australia and other countries is interesting. I thought it was for rtr's and intended for the beginners. It seems it has gone to other directions if the Spirit and the Capricorn chassis's are also being used. But it does get their names out if they do well in the classes. Are there set rules for this class to hold doen the cost in engines or the the class in general?

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