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Old 06-06-2007, 09:08 AM   #10471
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im trying buddy.i am really trying to do a large run of them for this carpet season to keep from taking a beating on them.i set a price and i am gonna stick to it.i just need to run the volume to make out ok on it.it should be soon though
Jason, I can wait, not a problem, I will sell my CRC stuff and wait. Your cyclone outdoor cyclone is SWEET!!!!!!. The Quality is great, better than factory. you should do theres.
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thanks bro.that means alot
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Old 06-06-2007, 06:14 PM   #10473
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protc3,
a slightly out of topic question, just want to ask somebody in the know. can you recommend a desktop milling machine that can do like small parts like knuckles, a-arms, etc..? or..can you suggest features/capabilities to look for? not looking to get into production, just hobby stuff. thanks in advance.
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are you looking for something with cnc capabilities?there are a bunch of small benchtops out that are relatively inexpensive.i will check a few of my catalogs at the shop tommorow.
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Old 06-07-2007, 10:59 AM   #10477
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are you looking for something with cnc capabilities?there are a bunch of small benchtops out that are relatively inexpensive.i will check a few of my catalogs at the shop tommorow.
yes, cnc capabilities. a decent system less than a grand would be nice (not including the pc). thanks jason.
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Old 06-09-2007, 07:43 PM   #10478
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Does your T2 chassis accept parts from the T2 2007 ie bulkheads and other parts?
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Old 06-10-2007, 04:23 AM   #10479
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yes it will.the T2 and T2 007 use identicle chassis plates.it is the top decks that differ.
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Old 06-17-2007, 05:27 AM   #10480
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yesterday we had our florida carpet cup series race with some big time fast guys from all around the state and raced against all brands and styles of 1/12th cars.the DB12R showed its dominance by taking TQ and the win.as a side note,the DB12R was the only 2 cars to hit 42 laps.hows that for getting it figured out.congrats to cheston on the win and to me on the TQ
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awesome job jason it just shows the superiority of BMI products.
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thanks dude.it just shows that on a level playing field without buying the top drivers,our DB12R is way ahead of the rest.we raced against all of the latest cars and they were not up to speed.the DB12R is the next step in evolution to the 1/12th market.
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yesterday we had our florida carpet cup series race with some big time fast guys from all around the state and raced against all brands and styles of 1/12th cars.the DB12R showed its dominance by taking TQ and the win.as a side note,the DB12R was the only 2 cars to hit 42 laps.hows that for getting it figured out.congrats to cheston on the win and to me on the TQ
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no prob.

front:
.020 front springs with 5000 wt diff oil on the kingpins
.010 preload on front springs(should give you about .5mm front droop)
10 degree castor blocks shims all back for max castor(i used the new IRS front arms)
3.5mm ride height
1 degree camber
.5 degree toe out
2x pink front cut to 1.68(i ran mine full size becasue i forgot my truer)
165mm front width

rear:
30 wt. oil in shock with gold spring
use the stock AE style antenna mount w/ IRS medium height ball stud w/ 1.5-2mm of shim under the stud
1mm pod droop
2x pink rears cut to 1.78
batteries in the middle
5000 wt. diff oil in the tubes
3.5mm ride height
172mm rear width
.075 flex plates
parma speed 8 body

sauce the full rear tire and 1/2 the inside front.car was a land missile.
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Old 06-17-2007, 07:21 PM   #10485
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heres my setup for the DB12R
Front
.20 front springs (New CRC front end)
no spring preload and 0 front droop
all 3 shims all the way back for more caster I think about 9 degrees on kingpin
10 degree blocks for caster
3.5 ride height
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.75 mm of toe out
TRC double pink 2 stage 1.66
163 front width

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30wt rear shock with asc gold spring IRS shock
7000 wt grease in tubes
1.5 mm of pod droop
.063 flex plates
4mm ride height
batteries 1.5mm from rear
TRC double pink 2 stage 1.76
168 rear width
Protoform Speed 12

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