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Old 11-25-2011, 09:41 AM   #616
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thank you my friend!they are a lot lighter then rrr's.which is:49.6gr for the front-and 44.5gr for the rear.
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Old 11-25-2011, 12:59 PM   #617
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thank you my friend!they are a lot lighter then rrr's.which is:49.6gr for the front-and 44.5gr for the rear.
Np. small gears,small diff= small weight.
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Old 11-25-2011, 01:58 PM   #618
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Not tryin to b a d#%! But I can't believe that's a national race! Besides you n the green/yellow car tryin to keep up with u everyone else looked like sportsman! The Bmain must have been a disaster.....smh
AJajjajaj... yes it is... is a national race...it wasn't the best race of the other racers, but they are as good as me or Pato...The thing is that our national championship is exhausting...6 stages!!!, so the racers, the cars and engines get a lot of stress, they wear a lot....we have the internal championship of every club...and at the end of the year they don┤t resist any more...ajajja

Despite of that, that final wasn't hard... but the level of racers are good...but I recognize that RC in chile has to improve a lot men...a lot!!!
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Old 12-14-2011, 05:56 AM   #620
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I did not find any small hole in the center of R4 chassis front and back end normally utilised to check the tweak by inserting the tip of a driver. In my old RRR those holes were present.

How can I check the tweak now?
(Please don't tell me buying the tweak station)
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Old 12-14-2011, 07:03 AM   #621
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I always check the tweak by lifting in the center-front and center-rear... despite of exisiting or not the little hole...
It would have the same results...xD
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Old 12-15-2011, 01:36 AM   #622
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I always check the tweak by lifting in the center-front and center-rear... despite of exisiting or not the little hole...
It would have the same results...xD
Well, without the holes you are lifting APPROXIMATELY in the centre-front/rear.

I wouldn't be so sure that results are exactly the same...
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Old 12-27-2011, 08:15 AM   #623
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Does anybody know the difference between VZW401 and VZW413?

Both of them seem the rear cvd, where is the difference?
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As far as I can see VZW413 is the 7075 aluminum CVDs.
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Old 01-03-2012, 11:42 AM   #625
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Just finished to assemble my new baby

A couple of question:
- It seems to me that receiver location is a litlle bit exposed. Does anybody experience in utilising the receiver box such as Serpent or XRay one? Which one could fit with R4?
- Steering servo horn seems to me very inconsistent. Does anyone has any suggestion to some third party alu or ergal horn (both for steering and throttle) able to fit with my Hitec servos and suitable for R4?

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Just finished to assemble my new baby

A couple of question:
- It seems to me that receiver location is a litlle bit exposed. Does anybody experience in utilising the receiver box such as Serpent or XRay one? Which
Maybe Xray fits but no problems with receiver box.

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- Steering servo horn seems to me very inconsistent. Does anyone has any suggestion to some third party alu or ergal horn (both for steering and throttle) able to fit with my Hitec servos and suitable for R4?
Replace with old servo horn from a RRR (if you own) or check if TeamMagic or Sanwa servo horns fits your servo. (think team magic has)
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Maybe Xray fits but no problems with receiver box.



Replace with old servo horn from a RRR (if you own) or check if TeamMagic or Sanwa servo horns fits your servo. (think team magic has)

I made my own receiver box... with 4 alum post... very strong and consistent...
Here are the photos of my car in Coches RC...
http://www.cochesrc.com/foros/1-10-t...6/index16.html
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Servo horn... VP pro in gas and HB on direction...in both cases I have to remake the hole...
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Kyosho New Option Parts
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Is the rear stabilizer holder able to fit the old RRR adjustable stabilizer (the blue one)?
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What does this new chasis┐?...it looks great, but where goes the battery pack┐???...
There are more picks┐?
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