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Old 07-19-2008, 06:33 PM   #556
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Hey Mark,

Thanks for your kind words. I have started a buildup diary and should have it posted tomorrow evening. I've documented (with photos) all the modifications I've made to make the car a wide car and LiPo ready.

Stay tuned

Is there a Darkside thread somewhere? I can post it there or maybe I should just start a new thread?

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Mick,

There is a Darkside thread here on RCTech. I'll PM the last page to you. I would normally use my Killer Korrally ( C10X with a T-Bar rear pod, looks a lot like the new 10X) but would be interested in making the I-Fource a wide car and put either PewJoe medium or high down force on it.

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Old 07-26-2008, 12:12 AM   #557
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Hi T and P Bang,

Is the 2.4mm chassis the one used for asphalt tracks?

Are there other spring options aside from the kit blacks and optional silvers?

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Old 07-28-2008, 09:45 AM   #558
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Hi, Roy!

Sorry for the delay in the reply. Crazy busy here an lots of racing, too!

Yes, the 2.4 mm chassis works well enough. You will also want to remove the centre cross-brace from the rear bulk head, too. For springs, the optional black spring kit is perfect for rubber tires on asphalt or carpet. This is the softer set that you would need. The silvers are for carpet foam generally speaking.

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Old 07-28-2008, 11:26 PM   #559
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no problem Phil and thanks for the info
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Old 07-30-2008, 10:02 AM   #560
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you say you have the new phi diffs for sale?#79680
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Old 07-30-2008, 11:05 AM   #561
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you say you have the new phi diffs for sale?#79680
You bet. Check out the T-Store. I have been trying the difs for the last few weeks now and I believe I have 15 runs or so on it and it's still super smooth. easy to break in and maintain!

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Old 07-30-2008, 12:37 PM   #562
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Old 07-30-2008, 02:40 PM   #563
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Will those new PHI diffs fit in an RDX?
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Old 07-30-2008, 02:44 PM   #564
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Will those new PHI diffs fit in an RDX?
I don't see why not, JD, since I was running an RDX Diff in my PHI!

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Old 07-30-2008, 11:12 PM   #565
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Hey phil;

Thanks again for throwing a few extras my way last order. I appreciate it.
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Hey, Guys.

I may have the incorrect price listed for the diffs. I will be sure to check it out later tonight.

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Old 08-25-2008, 08:43 AM   #567
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Hey Guys,

Some results from the Land down under from the weekend where the Victorian State titles were held at the Mildura track.

The track was awesome with some challenging sections and a surface which blue grooved up and offered excellent traction.

In four wheel drive stock the day started off well when I won concourse and then go on to qualify in third position and end up finishing in third place driving the Type C in a B44 and Chris Esteve finishing in 4th position using the Type M in a B44. In two wheel drive I qualified in 3rd position and ended up finishing in 5th position using the Type E motor.

There was no shortage of speed from any of the motor types and showed that the three types of 27 turn motors can offer great performance in off-road.
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I'd just like to thank T-bang for their contribution to this weekend's race in Ottawa. A local racer passed away a few months ago and we decided to hold a memorial race. Thanks to T-Bang and other companies that donated, we were able to get just under $1000 which will go towards an education fund for the children.

I'll also thank you for your help in getting my SP12X to me and your help with set up advice. For anyone interested, you won't find better customer service than at T-Bang.
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Thanks for your kind words, Rob. Glad to hear that the race was a success. We've had three racers pass away here locally in the last three years as well, so, our thoughts are with your club, too.

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Hey guys I would like to thank you for providing me with the power at this weekends race in Minot. You guys gave me the speed and consistent power to get TQ and win in TC Stock rubber using the 17.5 and TQ and win in the competitive 13.5 TC class. You guys provide a great product in a timely manner and are great to deal with. I look forward to using your motors and other racing products in the future.
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