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Old 11-29-2012, 01:13 PM   #1801
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Hi everybody,

Just wanted to say the C02 Worlds Edition is ready, Cap will probeably announce it one of these days officially.

Only 100pcs is produced.

Upgrades are:

All suspension parts in hard plastic version
New belts
New spring pipe support
Weight under tank
F1 sway bar
New 2speed shaft

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Here´s a picture...
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Old 12-02-2012, 04:15 AM   #1802
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Old 12-09-2012, 06:35 AM   #1803
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These are nice .... More good quality stuff comming from our friends at Capricorn. Nice body too.

http://www.redrc.net/?s=capricornrc

Niko has these if you need them....
Just drop him a line. Good guy to deal with!

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Old 12-09-2012, 04:33 PM   #1804
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Noce, are you collecting money for a BSC-1?
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Old 12-16-2012, 07:27 AM   #1806
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Dear all could some post the Capricorn Shock pressure in LBS.
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Old 12-18-2012, 06:34 AM   #1807
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Dear all could some post the Capricorn Shock pressure in LBS.
I've made a sheet some time ago: http://www.dsmotorsport.nl/downloads...values-copy-2/
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For the 2013 season I'm working on some new stuff, basically the DS-C02.

First proto parts came in today:




More will come in januari.
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Old 12-19-2012, 05:10 PM   #1809
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Gold pivot balls?
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Titanium with a TiNi coating: http://www.capricornrc.nl/Webwinkel-...et-(8pcs).html
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Gold Hard-Anodized Aluminum Pivot Balls, if I'm not mistaken.......

Opps, apparently I am mistaken. The Front pivot ball I snapped off about 3 years ago sure looked like Ano-ed
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Are you sure of your values? The white springs seem to be harder then the red one. Or does it depend on the number of turns?The front blue spring also doesn't fit into the original Capricorn sheet.

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Hello everyone, The SPEEDWORLD RACEWAY & ACORN RACING USA Family would like to wish you and your family a HAPPY and SAFE HOLIDAYS.





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Are you sure of your values? The white springs seem to be harder then the red one. Or does it depend on the number of turns?

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Spring compression values change by wire size, or number of coils (different manufactures may also use wires with more or less spring). The tighter and the more coils the softer the spring, and this why coils in progessive springs have some coils that are tighter together. Springs for on-road nitro cars usually differ by a full turn of the coil, and then change of wire size of 0.1mm between each different spring for the next rating. The lighter springs that electric cars use, can change by as little as a quarter of a turn between each new value (e.g. HPI 654* series). Also note that rear springs are always longer and consequently softer.

Put the different springs together end for end in a vice or between fingers; then press together and measure or observe which spring changes length the most, to test which is harder or softer.

I hope that this has helped.

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