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Old 09-07-2005, 02:24 PM   #1291
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RTRs do not have any upgraded parts. not to mention the pro chassis, alum parts like braces and anti-roll bar. if anyone is interested to get some hop-ups or parts, i have lots up for grabs.
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Old 09-07-2005, 10:54 PM   #1292
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Hey Nitrodude, it would be nice if you would send me the rear floating mount that i paid you for a year and a half ago. whats the deal, i,m not going hungry or anything but it could be some young kid that could have delt with you and you would have put a bad impression for the rest of us in his head. for the good of the hobby just do what you say or sell your stuff and get out of the hobby. I have been to california two times and no sign of steve aka (nitrodude), I'm probably waisting my energy but will retract this post if you live up to your word.

for the rest of you yokomo guys,i have a gt4s but i run my mtx3 and mrx4. the yok was a very good car but had trouble with parts. i would run the yok in the outlaw class with a lola body if i could ever get the rear mount from you know who!! have fun guys Peter
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Old 09-07-2005, 11:18 PM   #1293
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What is Nitrodude's real name? Im in CA, and I dont appreciate shady people "allegedly" selling parts. I saw a thread in the Crystal Park thread about a guy that was scamming too..... maybe the same guy???

I have a Yokomo roller (brand new) and was thinking of running it. I hate the stock radio tray.... any suggestions and photos with ideas? I would still like to run it, but want to know what it will need. It will be run on a high-traction track.

Any help is appreciated.
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Old 09-08-2005, 12:35 AM   #1294
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I agree, the radio tray sucks. You have to remove a lot of stuff, to get access to the steering servo, so make sure to purchase a nice steering servo that you'd want to keep on the car for a very long time

Other than that, I also didn't like how the receiver sits below the radio tray, with no protection whatsoever. At least, yokomo could have provided some sort of shield like the mtx3. I mounted mine on top of the radio tray. I know it'll affect my CG, but in my opinion, its better to be safe than sorry, and I run spektrum. Those damn spektrum receivers aren't very cheap!

I have a Mugen MR12 turbo mated up with an RD logics pipe, run by a KO Propo DSM. Hopefully I'll get some runs in on Friday at my local track.
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Old 09-08-2005, 08:43 AM   #1296
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i currently have these up for grabs.. all are NIP unless stated

GT-4 hop-ups/parts new in package for sale.

ZE-002S 70-75 Alum Chassis (same as the one that comes with the GT-4 Pro kit)

ZE-412F Front anti-roll bar X 2
ZE-671MT2 Hollow Middle Layshaft X 2
ZE-609MS Clutch Spring, Soft (ZE-MTC) X 2
ZE-609MH Clutch Spring, Hard (ZE-MTC) X 2
ZE-610M Clutch Bell (ZE-MTC)
ZE-604M Flywheel (ZE-MTC)
ZE-633 Brake Cam X 3
ZE-673A2 Aluminum Middle Layshaft Mount
ZE-641 First Gear Hub 2-Spd X 2
ZE-630 Brake Disk
ZE-632H High Performance Brake Lining
ZE-631 Steel Brake Pad
ZE-631S Brake Pad Support
ZE-010FSA Front Axle, 2 pcs X 2
ZE-618 18T 1st Gr Pinion 2-Spd
ZE-621 21T 2nd Gr Pinion 2-Spd
ZE-617 17T 1st Gr Pinion 2-Spd
ZE-620 20T 2nd Gr Pinion 2-Spd X 2
ZE-615 15T 1st Gr Pinion 2-Spd
ZE-618-2 18T 2nd Gr Pinion 2-Spd
ZE-616 16T 1st Gr Pinion 2-Spd
ZE-619 19T 2nd Gr Pinion 2-Spd
ZE-615M 15T 1st Gr Pinion (ZE-MTC) X 2
ZE-616M 16T 1st Gr Pinion (ZE-MTC) X 2
ZE-619M 19T 2nd Gr Pinion (ZE-MTC)
ZE-620M 20T 2nd Gr Pinion (ZE-MTC) opened but unused
ZE-198 Rr Wide Drive Belt
ZE-001FS Urethane Bumper
ZE-644S 44T 2nd Gr Spur 2-Spd (For ZE-640S) X 3
ZE-645S 45T 2nd Gr Spur 2-Spd (For ZE-640S)
ZE-647 47T 1st Gr Spur 2-Spd
ZE-651W Muffler Wire
ZE-007H Fr & Rr Upper Arm Set, Hard X 2
ZE-415FB Front Steering Block (Type B) X 2
ZE-415F Fr Hub Carrier
ZE-001P Fr Plastic Bumper Set X 2
ZE-016R Rr Body Mount Stay
ZE-016 Body Mount Set
ZE-300RS Rr Bulkhead Support & End
ZE-300F Fr Bulkhead
ZE-008FH Fr Lower Susp Arm Set, Hard
ZE-415R Rr Hub Carrier
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Old 09-08-2005, 12:31 PM   #1297
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I agree, the radio tray sucks. You have to remove a lot of stuff, to get access to the steering servo, so make sure to purchase a nice steering servo that you'd want to keep on the car for a very long time

Other than that, I also didn't like how the receiver sits below the radio tray, with no protection whatsoever. At least, yokomo could have provided some sort of shield like the mtx3. I mounted mine on top of the radio tray. I know it'll affect my CG, but in my opinion, its better to be safe than sorry, and I run spektrum. Those damn spektrum receivers aren't very cheap!

I have a Mugen MR12 turbo mated up with an RD logics pipe, run by a KO Propo DSM. Hopefully I'll get some runs in on Friday at my local track.


I used my GT4 (W, Pro, R and W2L) for almost 4 1/2 years with the receiver UNPROTECTED on the stock position without any problem ...
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Old 09-10-2005, 05:24 AM   #1298
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What is Nitrodude's real name? Im in CA, and I dont appreciate shady people "allegedly" selling parts. I saw a thread in the Crystal Park thread about a guy that was scamming too..... maybe the same guy???

his first name is Steve


I also used the stock radio mount with no issues but i did dremel a slot so i could use a zip tie to hold the reciever and you have to make your wires neat and zip tie them up.
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Old 09-10-2005, 08:10 PM   #1299
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Yeah I wont risk putting my receiver unprotected.

I used a baloon, and drilled a hole up top, to use a zip tie as well. Works great
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Old 09-21-2005, 03:08 PM   #1300
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$503.14 worth of GT-4 parts up on auction!! check it out. i'm willing to take up reasonable offers!.. item just relisted

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...MESE%3AIT&rd=1

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Old 09-28-2005, 12:00 AM   #1301
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Yup, i posted them around here a couple of weeks ago ... i will try to find the thread again ...
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Old 11-27-2005, 07:48 PM   #1303
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I have recently bought a GT4 Pro. It has a regular 3 shoe clutch. What benifits will I see by buying a Centax clutch?
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full adjustability for the clutch engagement
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Old 12-05-2005, 01:59 AM   #1305
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prossi, i'll be sending out your items tomorrow. great buyer! quick payment =) let me know if you need anything else. parts still available.
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