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Old 03-14-2007, 04:12 AM   #5266
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Im using 3racing stuff on my ride, screws, ball joints and hub ball enda but I change to phillips heads. by the way my car is less than 1725gr. hope AFM dont read this!!!
I'm also using a mini digital servo on the gas. Futaba 9650 and it works GREAT!!!

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Hey ALG,

What sort of numbers do you get on those mini servo's? I didn't think they were strong enough...
(Torque and speed for 6V)

Do you find it had enough torque for your brake? No brake fade?

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I believe the screws you nead are 2.6 x 5. (mm)
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bloody small hey
hope i dont drop one ill never find it again
thats alright paul if ya need some young eyes yell out ill send em down!
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Old 03-14-2007, 04:33 AM   #5269
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Lol........
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Shano, dude check your sway bar pre-loaders, also place a few shims behind the sway to space away from plastic! Now is this rear of front binding?
yep Frankie, I put those shims and there'no binding at all

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Old 03-14-2007, 06:07 AM   #5271
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Question Guys,

Its METAL VS METALS:

i would like to do a full Titanium Kit through my G4S,

Now question is how many of you guys have had problems with Titanuim Hex Scrws?

RCMART.com - have screws to suit my car, by looking at the instruction manual on how many i need: worked out to be around $80AUD.

Adavtages guys, and disadvantes - and why i want titanium is to reduce the extra weight of the 4mm chassis in the car

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P.S. Asil glad to hear the shims work - thaks to the guys on here that taught me that one
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Old 03-14-2007, 08:15 AM   #5273
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Hey Guys,

Need some advice, i really like the lookof Titanium Screws to hjold my cartogether, as i find that the Steel HEX screws are getting worn out easy!

Now is there somewhere i can purschase these Hex Screws and is it better?

Keep in mind that looking onthe Mugen Website, i notice they have titanium look, and does look good!

Cheers for help
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I have Mugen Titanium screws all over the car.

I've had bad experience in the past with 3 Racing stuff when I had my Mugen MTX3.

I would go with any Japanese Titanium screws and stay away from others.

Lunsford is also a good brand.

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Old 03-14-2007, 08:19 AM   #5274
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ED Brake Adaptor wear out in hard braking.

V-ONE RRR Brake Adaptor is like ED's.

But RRR WC changed to 3 pin Adaptor.

But G4S Brake Adaptor changed to ED from 3 pin process(Stock).

i can't understand why they changed ED Brake adaptor.

i like 3 pin Adaptor.
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Old 03-14-2007, 08:26 AM   #5275
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Im using 3racing stuff on my ride, screws, ball joints and hub ball enda but I change to phillips heads. by the way my car is less than 1725gr. hope AFM dont read this!!!
I'm also using a mini digital servo on the gas. Futaba 9650 and it works GREAT!!!

Have fun
You wait and see what will happen to your 3Racing S&%$.......jejejejeje

By the way...when you have to add static weight to your ride to reach minimun legal weight, I'll have the last laugh...jejejejejeje

See ya at the track

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Question Guys,

Its METAL VS METALS:

i would like to do a full Titanium Kit through my G4S,

Now question is how many of you guys have had problems with Titanuim Hex Scrws?

RCMART.com - have screws to suit my car, by looking at the instruction manual on how many i need: worked out to be around $80AUD.

Adavtages guys, and disadvantes - and why i want titanium is to reduce the extra weight of the 4mm chassis in the car

Cheers
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P.S. Asil glad to hear the shims work - thaks to the guys on here that taught me that one
I would say it's a good direction to go Frankie. The 4mm chassis is only 6g heavier so I think if you replace all the screws for titanium then you'll make up the 6g and more I think.

I would go with AFM's advise and choose Lundford or the Japanese stuff. Their quality is excelent.

Other then that I don't think there is a down side Frankie...............might wear out your tools faster..Lol

Menace.

Ps. Watch out cranking down the titanium screws into aluminium.......it's amazing how soft aluminium becomes with titanium scres and brute force behind the wrench
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here's the web: http://www.lunsfordracing.com
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Old 03-14-2007, 04:33 PM   #5278
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Thanks guys, looks like Ludford is the goer then! now need to work out the cost via them!
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Can anyone tell me or show me where part#502266 which is the rear belt tensioner will mount to because i have no idea.
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Can anyone tell me or show me where part#502266 which is the rear belt tensioner will mount to because i have no idea.

502266-1 -- $9.79
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