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Old 05-14-2004, 08:51 AM   #11776
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Old 05-14-2004, 09:30 AM   #11778
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Nice pics. I like your PT mount.

How do you like the Kawahara tires?

What chassis it that?
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The chassis is a ETF and the tires are actually TakeOffs. I really like the TakeOffs, the rim is real strong and good foam wear.
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The chassis is a ETF and the tires are actually TakeOffs. I really like the TakeOffs, the rim is real strong and good foam wear.
Kreidel, with what you have I take it that you won't need to get the ProSpec.

I noticed the titanium screws and of course the S9550 servo. I use the same servo for both my throttle and steering, they're slower than some but good enough for racing.

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Kreidel, with what you have I take it that you won't need to get the ProSpec.

I noticed the titanium screws and of course the S9550 servo. I use the same servo for both my throttle and steering, they're slower than some but good enough for racing.

I'll post pictures on 3hobby.com soon!
Those are actually aluminum screws. For the steering I use a Futaba 9451. I made the transponder mount so I could isolate it so it won't be over carbon fiber or aluminum. The ProSpec would be nice but my car is that and more.

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Also for people wanting to hopup their car you should use the Lunsford 1" titanium turnbuckle rod for the rear uprights as they are alittle longer than the 22mm's that are supplied. The stock rod doesnt thread far into the ball ends and sometimes bend. Not that this is a problem as it's only purpose is for camber adjustment but just thougth I would mention if someone was planning in replacing theirs.
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Old 05-14-2004, 11:39 AM   #11783
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Hey Kevin,

Not that I'd need them, but how much is a pair of Lunford Ti?

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Also for people wanting to hopup their car you should use the Lunsford 1" titanium turnbuckle rod for the rear uprights as they are alittle longer than the 22mm's that are supplied. The stock rod doesnt thread far into the ball ends and sometimes bend. Not that this is a problem as it's only purpose is for camber adjustment but just thougth I would mention if someone was planning in replacing theirs.
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We should Bomb Iraq!!!!
You mean ontop of the bombing that has been going on for the last year?

I think you reinforce a theory that every now and then some people just need a whack in the head with a blunt object to wake them up from their stupidity.

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I guess the question is why did you put it up in the first place fish?
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Anybody knows where can I get a good deal on Hudy tire truer? I am looking for a Manual One 102801 OR 102006
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When it comes to Hudy, go for Ashford Hobby

hey, it's Friday!

cheers,

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When it comes to Hudy, go for Ashford Hobby

hey, it's Friday!

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Is your wife with you, Fish..? She is usually with you on Friday...
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wife? what "wife"?

which one?

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