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Old 05-04-2013
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Actually, I was so disappointed of what you stated for. I am also experiencing this kind of problem and us of now, I am planning to make a stadium car. Moreover,this car contains of good features such us complete wheels and good tires.
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Used to race lots.

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Ive still got a RTR 2 version that needs rebuilding after i stripped it all down for cleaning, then never got round to rebuilding it..........must get it done soon though so i can reduce the RC cars ive got
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Default UK Short Course Nationals

Hi Guys

Sorry for the blatant thread hijack, but you don't get if you don't ask!

We are running a heat for Stadium trucks at all rounds of the SC Nationals this year and it would be great if we could get some of you guys racing.

We have a few Stadiums already booked for the first round on the 14th April at Surry and Hants and a few more threatening to book in!

As always with these things the more that enter then more that will enter.

It would be great to at least run a full heat

All the details for the series can be found here:

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Thanks

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So I'll kick off with my el cheapo Team C TC02T,
Any idea where sell these in the UK? Struggling to find one
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Old 13-04-2013
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Any idea where sell these in the UK? Struggling to find one
No sorry, I got mine from dinball iirc. $105 which didn't include postage of course, but I went for cheap (read: slow) which took a week and a half. I originally took a look at SMD, considering they're the disty, but JB doe's not do them. Saying that, If you asked him nicely and offered him a curry and a nice bottle of wine, he might get you one especially lol
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Wow, this thread has died a death eh.

Just working on a tweak for my TC02T, including lowering the shell as I think it's mounted too high. Also, stumbled on a couple of ali bits from ebay.

Pics of the tweaks coming soon.
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I hope it dont die i like this yhread maybe more clubs could do more like silverstone to promote trucks as they are brilliant outside
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Here I'll help this is my lightning stadium pro mid conversion



Need a new shell though the old one doesn't fit now
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Nice pics there dude, although we are talking about 1/10th stadium here, not 1/8th truggy. If there was a "show us yer truggy" (is that a euphamism?) Thread I would blurt out some pics of my hyper st.

Alas, as it happens.
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Sorry my bad
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nice what body are you using on that?
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Loving the C4.2T JonD, Shame the trucks aren't as popular as they were.

Heres a couple of pics of the mods I've done to my TC02T, now dubbed the TC02T+

1st indications are from the shell, the rear mounts are now further back, this makes getting the clips one and off a whole lot easier, as their original position between the number boards was fiddly. The shell has been lowered also.




Ah, that could be how then, the wing/body mounts have been moved back and down with this little number, no drilling/butchering required either, but what's that in the lower right of the picture?




A pair of little chassis braces, again, machined so that no extra work is needed to the standard chassis components.




The thing that tells the story though is here, a new T piece, giving a 15mm increase in wheelbase, thus making the truck less square, and hopefully, less prone to it swapping ends when someone so much as looks at it in a funny way.




All pieces are machined from 6062, programmed by hand off the top of my head, in lunch breaks over a number of weeks (and the odd sly one in works time of course)

Testing it out at the weekend at my local with any luck. Hope you guys like.
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Testing went ok down the local. Steady 9 lapper, though I'm hoping to get it doing 10s.

The machined parts did what I was hoping as the car was more stable than it ever has been.
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Testing went ok down the local. Steady 9 lapper, though I'm hoping to get it doing 10s.

The machined parts did what I was hoping as the car was more stable than it ever has been.
Fancy making another set?
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Fancy making another set?
He he........pm sent
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top stuff mush, but what's it's running under the hood mister?
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