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Old 11-19-2010, 01:22 PM   #616
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Shipment Arrived

We are happy to inform that our first shipment has arrived. We have Car kits, all the Lab spares parts and optionals, NT1 and 733 clutches and parts, 966 and MRX4X clutches and parts, NT1 optionals, Hard light tires and the Lab engines for .12 and 21.

Call your LHS to place your orders.

New dealers are welcome.

Our website is still on the works. We will let you know when ready

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Old 11-19-2010, 05:32 PM   #617
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Shipment Arrived

We are happy to inform that our first shipment has arrived. We have Car kits, all the Lab spares parts and optionals, NT1 and 733 clutches and parts, 966 and MRX4X clutches and parts, NT1 optionals, Hard light tires and the Lab engines for .12 and 21.

Call your LHS to place your orders.

New dealers are welcome.

Our website is still on the works. We will let you know when ready

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Old 11-19-2010, 05:33 PM   #618
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http://kamikazercracing.com/proddetail.php?prod=LABC01

Kamikaze special: LAB-C01 includes this optionals:
Magnesium Radio Tray mount
Light Weight Wheel Axle
Light Weight Diff Cups
High Performance Brake Pads
Light Weight Gear Diff and Pins
Light Weight Race Brake Disk
Light Weight Aluminum Hard Coated CVD
Light Weight Aluminum Hard Coated Dog Bones
One Piece Engine Mount
Capricorn WC Clutch
Brass Battery Tray
Titanium Coated Shock Shafts
Aluminum Double Cam Sway Bar Mount
Light Weight Hollow Pivot Balls
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Old 11-19-2010, 06:01 PM   #619
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Cool stuff sam, is this just only the first order? or will you continue having this package?
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Old 11-19-2010, 06:31 PM   #620
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Cool stuff sam, is this just only the first order? or will you continue having this package?
These are all the standard items every Lab kit comes with.
As you can see all the trick items you will ever want are included with the kit.
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Old 11-19-2010, 08:22 PM   #621
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These are all the standard items every Lab kit comes with.
As you can see all the trick items you will ever want are included with the kit.
how about a ball raced front swaybar...
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Old 11-20-2010, 01:16 AM   #622
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I,m sure thats a option part bud

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Old 11-20-2010, 09:08 AM   #623
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how about a ball raced front swaybar...
I wouldn't regard that as an option part, but more as a tuning part.
Some drivers prefer a blade type swaybar and some a wire type.
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Old 11-22-2010, 04:11 PM   #624
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Guys, assembling my kit I think I run into a problem.
In the pics is my brake upper parts. The manual says the bearing should go inside the red plastic part (Cap16068). But there is no way. Looks like this part was made to go into the brake axle (Cap16013) and the carbon plate (Cap15008) directly, no bearing on the upside.
Or am I missing something?

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Old 11-22-2010, 04:27 PM   #625
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You do not use a bearing on the top at all. Just in the chassis. The red top is what holds the brake cam in place. Then the lever over that and all should fit and be good. I do not have the manual in front of me, but that is how it should be off the top of my head. I will check the manual later.

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As promised the build report on the Lab C01


Step 11, Battery

For a battery I used a 900Mah Lipo pack combined with a regulator.
I've been using this combination for over 2 years and never had an electronic failure since. ...

DS, what is the lipo you use? Could not find one with the right dimentions.
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The upper bearing is not used.
At first the plastic red piece was a piece of aluminum which needed a bearing, but Capricorn changed it to the plastic.
It still needs updating in the manual.
They have already revised the manual but there are still some things which need fixing.
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Also not sure if you have the updated manual, but there is a revised manual. Its to large to attached. Sorry!

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You do not use a bearing on the top at all. Just in the chassis. The red top is what holds the brake cam in place. Then the lever over that and all should fit and be good. I do not have the manual in front of me, but that is how it should be off the top of my head. I will check the manual later.

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Thankx for the rep dj.

The manual I received have the bearing part. Even a note that says "Insert ball bearing 5x8x2.5 in the botton side of the 2 part". The 2 part is the plastic one.
And the kit came with four bearings with this size, two for the rear wire anti-roll, I was guessing the other two for the brake assembly.
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DS, what is the lipo you use? Could not find one with the right dimentions.
These are non-branded Lipo's which you have to wire yourself.
Originally these are meant for the small helicopters

The one you quoted is 34x56x12.5 and has a capacity of 800Mah
Fully charged it's enough for 1 hour of driving with two low profile servos.

The one in the picture below is 24x70x10 and has a capacity of 900mah
I switched to the one below because for next year I will be using the special motormount to add the required weight (car is 170 grams underweight) and this battery is even lower which allows me to put the fueltank pickup pretty much equal with the bottom of the chassis.

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