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Old 06-09-2003, 09:36 AM   #4981
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Corse-R has the answers for you Cartman !
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Old 06-09-2003, 09:43 AM   #4982
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I prefer Square pivot balls, harder and better quality while they are the same price!
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Old 06-09-2003, 09:54 AM   #4983
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I prefer Square pivot balls, harder and better quality while they are the same price!
Not many have learned of the quality SQAURE has to offer. Let them stick with Mugen ones, manti.
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Old 06-09-2003, 10:00 AM   #4984
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Default Re: Weight loss

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Let's see how can overcome this weight difference:

- Square hollow main and center shaft.
- 3Racing lightweight pulley adaptors.
- Square titanium screw set (>30 grams less only with this).
- Lightweight 1st and 2nd gear housings.
- Mugen titanium Pillowballs (lighter but softer, some break, not bend on crashes).
- Kawahara delring knuckle (comes with delrin screws if you're freaky with suspended weight).
- Titanium turnbuckles (I'm using some Yokomo that had lying on mine toolbox).
If you prefer the better quality, FiveStars does make a light weight pulley adaptors. And, for the light weight 1st & 2nd gear housing, adopt Team Active ones for the lightest.

Most important thing, though, is to ALWAYS CLEAN YOUR CAR. I have seen people trying their best to put their cars on diet, yet they rarely spend time cleaning the car.

All is just my opinion and what's on my car
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Old 06-09-2003, 10:06 AM   #4985
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Reading Corse-R replies have always been juicy, tons of essential info can be uncovered.
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Old 06-09-2003, 10:11 AM   #4986
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Cartman,
here's my car...again
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Reading Corse-R replies have always been juicy, tons of essential info can be uncovered.
hmm... allow me to go back on those old threads and dig them out more...
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Old 06-09-2003, 10:14 AM   #4988
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its pretty stock..
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hmm... allow me to go back on those old threads and dig them out more...
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its pretty stock..
clean and well organized layout. perfect 10!
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clean and well organized layout. perfect 10!
you have never rated my car !! hop up master !!!!!
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you have never rated my car !! hop up master !!!!!
post pictures of your car, and I'll do the rating part.
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clean and well organized layout. perfect 10!
had no choice but to clean it after the race, lousy mechanic spilled fuel all over my car..damn!
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Default Re: Re: Re: Weight loss

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can you post a pic? of yours?


Mine but has a front diff!




But Cartman knows photography stuff. Look at the way he uses the lighting. Another perfect 10!
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Old 06-09-2003, 10:35 AM   #4995
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let see if i can earn a hop-up master title..

Alu. Engine Brace
Alu. Cross menber
Hex Drive washers
Alu center belt block
Alu front sway bar holder
Front CVDs
Rear CVDs
Adj Rear Anti Roll bar
4mm chassis
Alu engine mount
Alu Center radio plate support
Super hard clutch spring
Gray clutch shoe
Lightened fly weights
Zac heatsink
Teflon Brake pad
Ennetti disc rotor
Titanium middle shaft
Rear roll bar fasteners


didnt realise i had this much !
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