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Old 11-03-2004, 03:04 PM   #451
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RESTECPA!

Remember Sow it is a time-limited offer - not everyone gets to become my pit-monkey [/B]
Even freakier when Dr. Koo shows up at Ft. Meyers and offers to be your pit-monkey!!!
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Even freakier when Dr. Koo shows up at Ft. Meyers and offers to be your pit-monkey!!!
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Now that is off your chest ... go reward yourself with a brand spanking new RRR and a JP-FX.
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Now that is off your chest ... go reward yourself with a brand spanking new RRR and a JP-FX.
I think I'll just go and do that Feeling better already
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I won the HPI NY Challenge(nitro stock..))...

And they paid for the trip to England to race at the HPI World Finals(7th a main)
Harry, how did you transport your gear to England and back to the US. I'm a bit concerned about taking my gear on the plane to the US (and getting back) with all the mega security checks and all.

Cheers, Mark.
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where were you when I was in halifax last month?....
4 hours south in Aldershot
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Old 11-03-2004, 03:22 PM   #457
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Harry, how did you transport your gear to England and back to the US. I'm a bit concerned about taking my gear on the plane to the US (and getting back) with all the mega security checks and all.

Cheers, Mark.
I would consider it "cost of fun and racing" if I were you. If you manage to get anything back into Europe then its a bonus.

I don't think customs and security will be the main issue. I think it's those nasty metal boards and errr ... never mind.

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i have also noticed that the bushings wear out quite quickly... i wonder why?
I dont know, maybe they need to go to a harder plastic. It would be nice if someone started making a derlin insert set. Mind you they are not so expensive and easy to change.
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This car is a whole different design than the Evolution.

If you are wondering what the main difference in handling is, it's got to be steering. Lot's more steering without a loss of traction.
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I dont know, maybe they need to go to a harder plastic. It would be nice if someone started making a derlin insert set. Mind you they are not so expensive and easy to change.
What bushings?

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The plastic inserts that fit on the suspension pins to adjust roll center. The front dont seem to wear as much but you will notice when the rear has too much play as suddenly your car will get very loose.... my tracks have more high speed right turning corners so it is the rear left inserts that wear the fastest.
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Are the front and rear universals the same size
i only see them listed for the front Thanks
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VZW054 = Fronts
VSW007 = Rear (shorts)
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No, the universals are different. The front universals are the ones from the Evolution and the rears are from the FW-05R.
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