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Old 08-26-2010, 11:16 AM   #106
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does that matter much??
For droop it does , short links will make sway bar blades bottom out on brake bracket before the use of droop screws.
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Im starting to race EDAM 981 car, its amazing and very robust.

Very good to see this thread here,

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Old 08-26-2010, 05:50 PM   #108
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Im starting to race EDAM 981 car, its amazing and very robust.

Very good to see this thread here,

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How does it compare to your old Team Magic G4 Evo?
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How does it compare to your old Team Magic G4 Evo?

Way better, quality of plastics its superb ... great balance car on high speed and technical sections, have great innertia for off-power sections ... rear sway bar works very good and the kit comes with 3 sets of 2-speed gears to suit your track

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Im starting to race EDAM 981 car, its amazing and very robust.

Very good to see this thread here,

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Bienvenido [welcome] Pat.
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Old 08-29-2010, 01:44 AM   #111
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I have just purchased the new Two Speed for my Edam Spirit, Thought i would share pictures with everyone. It is a very nice unit, well done Edam!





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Old 09-01-2010, 11:23 AM   #112
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Nice B.B, does the one-way run on the 2 speed shaft still? And is that shaft steel?
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Nice B.B, does the one-way run on the 2 speed shaft still? And is that shaft steel?
no the one way now runs on an independent shaft and is now 8mm rather than the old 6mm. ran the gearbox all weekend with only one little hickup (my own fault) other than that the car was great.
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Nice B.B, does the one-way run on the 2 speed shaft still? And is that shaft steel?
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As Mike said it runs on a sleeve like the Kyosho V1RRR does and the shaft itself is titanium which is a nice upgrade!
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As Mike said it runs on a sleeve like the Kyosho V1RRR does and the shaft itself is titanium which is a nice upgrade!
Hi Andrew,

Sorry mate just relized that i forgot to send you the rear arm measurements when i get home tonight i will measure them and post them for you.

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Do you know what length the rear swaybar tie rods are spose to be by any chance?
Hi Andrew,

As per standard they are 42mm (for the blade type sway bar) but keep in mind that this is relative to downstops and roll centre settings.

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I have just purchased the new Two Speed for my Edam Spirit, Thought i would share pictures with everyone. It is a very nice unit, well done Edam!




I also got some other bits while i was at it!



Enjoy!!!
where did you buy it?
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where did you buy it?
Gregory:

I bought it from JPM Racing who is the Australian distributor for Edam here in Australia!

Edam on FaceBook was able to line it all up for me
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Hi Andrew,

As per standard they are 42mm (for the blade type sway bar) but keep in mind that this is relative to downstops and roll centre settings.

Cheers,
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Hi Mike

Thank you sir, how did you end up going at the Qld titles? The final was a good race to watch between Jeff Hamon and Janovic (spelling unsure...)
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i can't see their page.i don't know why!
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