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Old 03-18-2003, 08:30 AM   #271
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I have 2 .AVI (DIVX format 5.03) videos of my GT4 running on the track i posted a couple of days ago ...

If anyone wants one, please email me ...

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Old 03-18-2003, 08:37 AM   #272
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I forgot ...

The videos are about 5.0mb each.

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Old 03-18-2003, 09:40 AM   #273
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I forgot ...

The videos are about 5.0mb each.

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Hi PAT,

Sent you a PM, Thanks!
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Old 03-18-2003, 09:41 AM   #274
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Mr Rod B,

Are you going to the Airtronics Race this weekend?
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Ron - No I can't this weekend. Both my nitros (NTC3 and GT4) need major maintenance. I just finished breaking in a new engine for my 1:8 scale buggy so I'll probably be playing with that this weekend. Good luck to you and the guys at the race though! Maybe I'll come watch the mains.
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Ron - No I can't this weekend. Both my nitros (NTC3 and GT4) need major maintenance. I just finished breaking in a new engine for my 1:8 scale buggy so I'll probably be playing with that this weekend. Good luck to you and the guys at the race though! Maybe I'll come watch the mains.
Too bad you wont be able to make it because
sounds like it going to be a lot of fun. I heard
people are going to start running at the track as
early as tomorrow.

But I'm glad to hear you finally busted out the
buggy that you've had for a while now. What motor
did you just break in? I am still hoping to try off-roading
sometime. Maybe I could ask you for some pointers on
that.?.?

Thanks and take it easy..
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Old 03-18-2003, 05:57 PM   #277
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Hi Guys,

I went to the Hobby Shop yesterday and found
some Front Steering Blocks "Type B"..

How are they different the the old Steering Blocks?
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The type B suppossed to be good on low traction tracks for killing the rolling action ...

Some guy on the yokomo forum said that have a little tricky that is not commented on the part ... you need 190mm dogbones !

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I went to the Hobby Shop yesterday and found
some Front Steering Blocks "Type B"..

How are they different the the old Steering Blocks?
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Old 03-22-2003, 01:23 AM   #280
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I have a question about the new BBS Yokomo Foam Tires. I am just wondering if the new rims have the 2mm offset?


Because I really like the styler of the rims and the foam of the Yokomo Foam tires.
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In the rear, I believe they do. Just like their older 32mm foams.
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Old 03-24-2003, 05:35 PM   #282
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Hello All,
Just thought I would put up pictures of my GT4R
It has:
Collari XS12 rear exhaust 5 port turbo
CRAZYNUTRACING head (Awesome, thanks Dave)
Some aluminum
JR Z590M steering servo
JR Z550 throttle servo
RD Logics one-piece outlaw pipe
Yokomo 26mm;Medium and 32mm foams;Hard
1000mah RD Logic flat pack
Home made transponder mount
Inverted receiver with cover
Ofna linkages
Solid axle front and rear
Front: 2 degrees camber, +1 degree toe,
Rear: 2 degrees camber, -1 degree toe
Set-up has great grip in the rear and pushes up front
Yokomo Harada GTP body

Let me know what you think.
Later,
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Old 03-24-2003, 05:44 PM   #283
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A picture with the body on.
First paint job, basic with a little bleeding. A friend of mine is
painting up a Frewer a Porsche GT1 LM body from SpeedTech RC.
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Look's really nice. Love the head on that motor. I have a gt4 also, not as hopped up as yours.
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THANKS!

The head is a CRAZYNUTRACING head. Type in CRAZYNUTRACING on ebay or go to CRAZYNUTRACING.com and Dave can make you one for your engine like he did me. It drops the heat temps on your motor dramatically. It is one of the few things I've bought in this hobby that work as advertised.
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