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Old 07-16-2005, 11:21 AM   #1
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wow!!! thats all i got to say these chubs and rear uprights are almost bullitproof. What a pleasure to have these as opposed to the stock Xray aluminium bendable stuff!!!!
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Old 07-16-2005, 04:08 PM   #2
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Hey I have to give a shout to Team Tamale.
The owner is an actual Rc racer so he tests and improves every design, he does this because he loves the sport. His stuff is unbreakable in my experience. Only top quality items.....and top materials.

Xray guys the C hubs (built in ackerman, ohh...yeahhh...) and shock retainers are must have items....you will notice the difference immediately.

Thanks LB for giving me tips and making my '05 bulletproof (a.ka. rookie proof)

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Old 07-16-2005, 09:49 PM   #3
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I second Orlando's comment. Larry is an avid racer and stands behind his product. If you haven't seen his stuff - check out www.teamtamale.com

The motor cooling fan mount for my FK04 was one the best upgrades i bought and now Larry has the double fan mount for the FK05 - A MUST FOR ANY RACER. The aluminum that he uses is top notch and much stronger than the Xray's hubs and steering blocks.

If you have an FK04 or FK05 - his products are a must.

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Old 07-16-2005, 11:44 PM   #4
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I agree also. I purchased the rear 2 degree hubs from team tamale and they are bullet proof. I received my order with-in 4 days from the time I purchased them on his website . Very quick and efficient. I plan on doing more business with him in the future.
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I coulda used some Tamale knuckles eh Roger? LMAO
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I coulda used some Tamale knuckles eh Roger? LMAO
yeah, you need them Kat.
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Those guys are a joke i email them a few times and no answer.
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wow i'm truly supprised!!!! I email them and within a day i get an answer...
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their parts and sevice are both great...but how is ackerman built into a C hub ?
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their parts and sevice are both great...but how is ackerman built into a C hub ?
I read that and didnt even catch it
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Those guys are a joke i email them a few times and no answer.
I apologize if I did not answer your email. I had a severe meltdown of my computer a while back and may have missed some emails. Also, my spam blocker software my have prevented some emails from reaching me. I believe I have this corrected now. If you would try to contact me again at [email protected], I will be happy to answer any questions you have. You can also PM me through this forum. If you still can't reach me, post here again and I will make a personal attempt to get in contact with you. My phone # is also on the website at www.teamtamale.com. This is really a one man show at the present time. I personally design, and manufacture all of the products on my website. Again, I apologize to anyone who has tried to contact me. I personally answer all emails.

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Orlando is refering to the aluminum steering blocks we have been testing at our local carpet track. These are made from the same aircraft grade aluminum that I build the c-hubs from. The ones we have been testing have the ackerman extension built into them so there is no need for the extensions. These have shown to be extremely durable with no bending or breaking as of yet. These have been tested for about 3 months now and I will be getting ready to release them very soon. I will update the website when they are ready.
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where can I get this double fan mount for the FK04, and also can I see some pics?
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where can I get this double fan mount for the FK04, and also can I see some pics?
The fan mount for the FK04 was only for one fan. It mounted above and in front of the motor on the left bulkhead. I still have a few of these in stock. If you will email me at [email protected], I will email you a picture.
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that was my bad for the double fan mount - he has a single mount for the FK04 and a doube mount for the FK05

Here is a pic of my 04 without the fan and a pic I pulled from www.teamtamale.com for the double fan mount for the 05
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Theres gonna be some e-mail your gonna miss Tamale. Earthlink really sucks bro! Get a G-Mail account (if anyone wants an invite e-mail me at [email protected])
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