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Old 09-14-2011, 03:02 PM
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I haven't seen the new car up close so I'll have to see if it can work for both. My guess is no but we might make one for both.
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Sorry if this question has already been asked, but I was just looking at the pics of your OP12C off RedRC and was wondering, with the exception of electronics of course, what is needed to assemble this kit? Would it be easy to just buy a donor car (RC12R5) for building this kit?

What else would be needed? What are the steering turnbuckles from? the Body posts?, dampers etc?
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Sorry if this question has already been asked, but I was just looking at the pics of your OP12C off RedRC and was wondering, with the exception of electronics of course, what is needed to assemble this kit? Would it be easy to just buy a donor car (RC12R5) for building this kit?

What else would be needed? What are the steering turnbuckles from? the Body posts?, dampers etc?
Here is a list of parts you will need to complete the kit. If you have had a 12th scale before you might have some or most of it already.

1. Complete 12th rear axle and diff. Recommended IRS2132BK or IRS2136 for CRC and Xceed tires.
2. 12th center shock, AE, Hotbodies, IRS, CRC, Silva
3. ASC6274 ball cups, for damper tubes, steering and shock
4. Ride height adjusters Recommended IRS1167
5. 3mm flat head screws 3x6
6. Servo mounts
7. ASC31284 for top of shock and 1mm shim under ball stud.
8. ASC4635 side links and football
9. ASC4637 link pivot balls (5)
10. Body mounts
11. ASC4686 R5 front end or just plastic parts and camber turnbuckles
12. ACS31280 Short ball stud for bottom center shock mount, and servo saver
13. turnbuckles for steering
14. 3mm low profile nuts
15. Kimbrough Medium servo saver


The turnbuckles and body post in the picture are from Serpent. The tubes come with the kit.

Let me know if you have any more questions.

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Old 09-17-2011, 11:50 AM
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Originally Posted by chicky03 View Post
Here is a list of parts ...

1. Complete 12th rear axle and diff. Recommended IRS2132BK

Let me know if you have any more questions.
there are always more questions!

so the IRS2136 (3mm brushless offset) is not needed?
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there are always more questions!

so the IRS2136 (3mm brushless offset) is not needed?
Only for CRC and Xceed tires.
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Originally Posted by chicky03 View Post
Only for CRC and Xceed tires.
oops,
sorry, i just realized you have now answered this question 3 times in 2 pages.
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Old 09-29-2011, 12:58 AM
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Anymore news on the car's release date Paul? Specifically the conversion of the On point '10 to the '11 version.

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Anymore news on the car's release date Paul? Specifically the conversion of the On point '10 to the '11 version.

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Originally Posted by chicky03 View Post
The front holes for the front end are different also the shock tower and top plate. The only thing that is exactly the same is the bottom plate. You could bolt either pod plate on the bottom plate but you would need to have the top plate that goes with the pods.
if one were to prefer IRS rear adjustors and the serpent front end, would it be possible to combine OP300 kit with the OP105 main chassis plate?
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if one were to prefer IRS rear adjustors and the serpent front end, would it be possible to combine OP300 kit with the OP105 main chassis plate?
Send me an email and we can work it out. [email protected]
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Old 10-03-2011, 08:24 AM
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Default On-Point 1/12 17.5 Boosted Setup

Here is my setup from the Hurricane series this past weekend. My car was fast and corner speed was very quick (See attachment from Main). In the main I had a fast car but had back luck with dead car in a turn that ended my day. Oh well, we showed the car is good in both Mod and Stock.


Motor:
Thunder Power 17.5 with 1cell rotor
2.60 Roll-Out
20 Degree Motor timing

Tekin:
46 Boost
7 Turbo
Start RPM 781
End RPM 7500


Setup:
Front:
20 Associated springs
.5 Camber
Castor (Small shim in front)
3.5mm Ride Height
Turn Buckles flat and height on spindle and servo saver are equal
10,000 lube on kingpins
Parma Magenta 1.56
167mm Width (Measured at front axle height)

Middle:
Blue Associated Center Spring
Blue Associated Side Springs pre-loaded with 1 turn
Kyosho 15,000 lube on tubes
3.7mm Ride Height

Back:
3.7mm Ride Height
Parma Magenta 1.66
Rear shock spacer 2.5mm under shock mount
172mm Width

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Indianapolis, IN USA
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Nice lap time Steve.

What color rotor were you running?
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Nice lap time Steve.

What color rotor were you running?
Blue
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im new to 1/12th and wanna no what the damper cause the car to do comparing them to the stock shocks
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Originally Posted by pinky13 View Post
im new to 1/12th and wanna no what the damper cause the car to do comparing them to the stock shocks
The dampner responds faster and allows the car to transition quicker in turns, even going extremely light with the fluid in the mom- shock I could not get the same snap out of the car that I have with the tubes, that said the mono-shock was very easy to drive....just not as fast
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