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Old 06-25-2003, 01:45 PM   #5851
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Yep, talking with some guys interested on it.... if all is ok probably will be a pair or 3 cans (50US$ on shipping is a scorching price.... Damn Fedex ) tell you anything during this week.
Corse,

what kind of tires do you need it for?
Rubber?

If so, the Street Juice from Orion works better anyways and it doesn't smell.
paragon gives me the worst headache ever, after I come down from the trip
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Corse,

what kind of tires do you need it for?
Rubber?

If so, the Street Juice from Orion works better anyways and it doesn't smell.
paragon gives me the worst headache ever, after I come down from the trip
stefan,

what is "paragon"?
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Old 06-25-2003, 03:14 PM   #5853
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I had once emailed Mr Lam that i was referred by 'Manticore'...blah..blah..blah, he caught no balls.. and i was
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Old 06-25-2003, 03:15 PM   #5854
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I have done that, but the problem is not the servo but it`s the servosaver. Its a gap bethween the servosaver and the radioplate. I will try to put some shims on.
I noticed the same thing. Not a real big problem. I used a couple of clutch shims. They fit in nice.
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Old 06-25-2003, 03:40 PM   #5855
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do you use them? which ones?
i like the simplicity of the MIP one.


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Old 06-25-2003, 03:46 PM   #5856
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do you use them? which ones?
i like the simplicity of the MIP one.


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I use the MIP station. I've never had a problem with it. I used on of the speedmind stations once too, worked equally well.
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do you use them? which ones?
i like the simplicity of the MIP one.


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double post? lol
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Tweak Station for Nitro? You must have been pulling my leg...
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Tweak Station for Nitro? You must have been pulling my leg...
I use mine occasionally just to check and see where everything is. It's never been off by far.
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Tweak Station for Nitro? You must have been pulling my leg...
there getting very common in the UK
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there getting very common in the UK
Yeah, I use mine between races, just to make sure I have the shocks all set the same. I first set ride height, and then tweak it till i get the bubble centered. It's never been far off.

Ocasionally I use it at the track too, but thats usually only when I switch to new tires, and i have to make drastic adjustments on the spring collars.
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Old 06-25-2003, 04:43 PM   #5863
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Yeah, I use mine between races, just to make sure I have the shocks all set the same. I first set ride height, and then tweak it till i get the bubble centered. It's never been far off.

Ocasionally I use it at the track too, but thats usually only when I switch to new tires, and i have to make drastic adjustments on the spring collars.
This is getting interesting...
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stefan,

what is "paragon"?
It's a traction compound for foam tires, mainly used indoors on carpet.
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Tweak Station for Nitro? You must have been pulling my leg...
Why should a nitro car be different than an electric car.
Especially when you want to use your brakes with a one-way, you learn to value a tweak station.
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