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Old 12-25-2003, 02:41 PM   #736
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Jason, do you have any pics of what you have so far for the x-ray?
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Old 12-25-2003, 03:44 PM   #737
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Jason or anyone else with the new chassis holes... Which ones are the new NTC3 rack holes? I see three sets of holes, and am attemting to determine which to use:

1) front of the chassis... rack arms pointing towards the front of the chassis
2) center holes, lined up with the posts... believe this is the tc3 standard rack
3) towards the middle of the chassis... rack arms pointing towards the rear of the chassis

Looking at a couple of pictures, I'm lead to believe the ones towards the middle of the chassis are the new ones?

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Old 12-25-2003, 03:48 PM   #738
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Protc3:

Hi,

hope you had a great Christmas. we did!!!!!!!!!

NitroJohnnyD:

Getting worried????? to bad we live so far away

Happy Holidays!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 12-25-2003, 04:57 PM   #739
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tim,
we had a very merry christmas.glad to hear you did too.

stephen,
i have the shock towers,upper brace and stiffeners complete and the chassis is gonna run this week.i am just finishing up the design on it.i will post pics as a complete kit as soon as about wed.
thanks for asking
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the nitro rack holes toward the center of the car are the new locations
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Merry X-mas to all
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Old 12-25-2003, 05:29 PM   #742
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That was my guess Jason...

Installed with the arms swung 180 from the nitro standard (2 arms towards the rear, servo ballstud in the middle, two ballstuds towards the front)?

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I got my chassis and assembled in onto the car. It looks very sweet, and it makes the car looks much better. My only concern is the top deck, it seems very thin, and doesnt have the bmi engraving on it. Did i get an old version?
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My top deck is engraved, but still has a bit of flex to it. A 3mm version is also made where absolute miniumum flex is required.

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Hey stephen , strayin from home huh ??????
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the 2mm is the standard brace.it works real good on paved tracks.the 3mm is for carpet or any extremely high bite tracks.i just started doing the engraved braces.thought i would add a touch of class to it
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i went and bought myself a little mr4tc mini for christmas.looks like im gonna have some fun farting around with this thing.
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Jason:

Hi,

Glad to hear you got a mini to play wth....... your'e gonna have a ball.
give me a ring at home when you get a chance. i'll be home all week and next (shut down but on call).
I sent you another e mail I hope you got it as my comcast addy is down. and I'm not to sure it made it out.

I also am working on a mod setup for the B.M.I. team. this will be for foam/carpet setup we are running a 7x1 (ti can) and a 8x2 (Kr).
I hope to have it sorted out soon. I will post it as soon as I feel it's right.

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Getting worried????? to bad we live so far away
Worried about what? Worried about You? Not really sure what you are talking about. I was a big nitro guy before I sold all 3 of my Reflexes, my G4 and all my support equipment to play with the electric cars. I have been missing the Nitro class. I'll run both, no sweat!

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Originally posted by RokleM
That was my guess Jason...

Installed with the arms swung 180 from the nitro standard (2 arms towards the rear, servo ballstud in the middle, two ballstuds towards the front)?

-Eric
Hi,

Does anybody have any pics that they can post showing the nitro steering located in the new steering rack holes. I have tried many different variations and it just doesn't look or operate properly.

Mike
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