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Old 05-06-2010, 05:09 PM
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Salut Ericroc

Apres plus de 10 litres d'essais et de competition je n'ai pas rencontré de problemes avec cette auto
j'ai toujours les pignons et les poulies de boite d'origine sans traces d'usure necessitant un changement
ma courroie laterale est encore en bon etat ...j'ai changé une fois la courroie avant
aucun signe de defaillance au niveau des diff
les rotules de train n'ont pris aucun jeu.

pour le setup
Apres avoir essayé beaucoup d'options

je resumerai disant : "ca ressemble a une NT1 mais ce n'est pas une NT1...!!"
je suis revenu a quelques details pres au setup de boite
avec les ressorts d'origine

Pour echanger des infos sur le web via facebook ou ce forum sur cette auto j'ai recu l'aide de Chritopher Tosolini qui connait tres bien cette auto

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Originally Posted by georges972 View Post
Salut Ericroc

Apres plus de 10 litres d'essais et de competition je n'ai pas rencontré de problemes avec cette auto
j'ai toujours les pignons et les poulies de boite d'origine sans traces d'usure necessitant un changement
ma courroie laterale est encore en bon etat ...j'ai changé une fois la courroie avant
aucun signe de defaillance au niveau des diff
les rotules de train n'ont pris aucun jeu.

pour le setup
Apres avoir essayé beaucoup d'options

je resumerai disant : "ca ressemble a une NT1 mais ce n'est pas une NT1...!!"
je suis revenu a quelques details pres au setup de boite
avec les ressorts d'origine

Pour echanger des infos sur le web via facebook ou ce forum sur cette auto j'ai recu l'aide de Chritopher Tosolini qui connait tres bien cette auto

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for you english speaking, he said that after more then two and half gallons of fuel he has not encountered any problems with the car, still running the original pinon and spur gears and all the pulleys, he did change the front diff fluid but the diff looked new, as far as set ups you have many choices but he did ask Toso because he knows the car very well. thats about it
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4. the look
but not the bumper
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Old 05-07-2010, 03:32 AM
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but not the bumper
I know what you mean...
It's standard black available now...

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Old 05-07-2010, 04:03 AM
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hi

thanks speedy for the translate

LOL..jaykay !! I never used the pinK bumper !! never !!!

I use the hard Nt1 bumper to add 20 grs

the standard bumper is black now.

My setup
toe
-1mm in front
3mm rear

camber
2 in front
4 in rear

caster
middle

diff
150 000 front
70 000 rear

ackerman 12

upper link rear
-1.5

15/19 gears

clutch
wc08 or standard with red shoe

Engines
nova 353 09 and nova flash 12


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that rear diff is stealthy darn near invisible nice car
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Lol........top secret !!

my car with TITAN RS4 body


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got one of theese NIB at my shop
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I have been browsing for the composite diff gears. I would like to find a store in the US that stocks them.

Could not find them at the TQ Hobbies site...

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Originally Posted by gtrmx View Post
I have been browsing for the composite diff gears. I would like to find a store in the US that stocks them.

Could not find them at the TQ Hobbies site...

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http://www.teamepiconline.com/shop/i...item=CAP-14045
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can i use them in a rrr diff??
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Originally Posted by GREGORY! View Post
can i use them in a rrr diff??
Hi!

I dont think so...!
The RRR Diffs are bigger, i mean...!
But I am not 100% sure!

Here some updated pics of my "red lady"...!!!











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Old 05-13-2010, 01:49 PM
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Hi guys,

Think i will move on with this car, a little bit upset with my 733...
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can i use them in a rrr diff??
Sorry, but I have to disappoint you.

The RRR diffs are in deed much bigger...so the gears are too. They won't fit.
The only Capricorn option for RRR diffs are the light outdrives.


@ericroc ... great decision you made... :-)

Regards...MARTIN
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Good news from Swiss Euro B champ. LAB C01 got the TQ with the french driver Mathieu Wullyamoz
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