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Old 27-10-2011
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Man, you guys are always talking in code Looks good Henrik!
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Old 27-10-2011
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Man, you guys are always talking in code Looks good Henrik!

Thanks and yes we are talking in codes but when you learn the numbers it will be so easy to know what we mean but before one learn them its a bit like lottery .

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Hi there just incase any one that wants to see my tachy paintjob...



And yes the camera is crap.

And yes i know i dont have that artistic feeling.....

but it was very much appreciated.

And yes i know that the front uj┤s are missing since they have flead to signorio borginio spagetthi...

Switched to sp-107 in the rear and 39655 for steering missing the
la-235 so i cant put on the la-219.7

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well i like it,

its a bit like one of mine
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yeah it does look like yourse an "splatt" love em looks good ron

And one have to admitt that yourse is so much better.....

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yeah it does look like yourse an "splatt" love em looks good ron

And one have to admitt that yourse is so much better.....

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naaa, yours is better as you did it,

i didnt spray mine, it came with a second hand car


is that a bluegroove shell
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Old 28-10-2011
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Just had to buy the blue aluminum mount from pargu should be in my hands soon will post some pics.

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Damn, You bought it already??

I am designing a set that is used with Lazer zx-5 or the TF-5's suspension bushings (LAW 32 / LAW 39)

Price would be cheaper as well.
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Damn, You bought it already??

I am designing a set that is used with Lazer zx-5 or the TF-5's suspension bushings (LAW 32 / LAW 39)

Price would be cheaper as well.
The current pivot blocks work well. The plates on the zxs look great but can be a hinderance. Ive bent two so far and is the reason why i opted out. Also you need to buy the collars as if they are not allen keyed on it wont hold the wishbones on.

Sorry, misread, thought it said ZX-S DOH!!!
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Damn, You bought it already??

I am designing a set that is used with Lazer zx-5 or the TF-5's suspension bushings (LAW 32 / LAW 39)

Price would be cheaper as well.
Sorry but i dont get it where the bushings go in the "upperdeck mount" since thats what i bought.....



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naaa, yours is better as you did it,

i didnt spray mine, it came with a second hand car


is that a bluegroove shell

Yeah sure i did it every one can see that ...
but yourse is still better and yes its an bluegroove body.

Well its really glossy.........

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Sorry but i dont get it where the bushings go in the "upperdeck mount" since thats what i bought.....



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Opps, I thought you bought the suspension shaft holders.
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That should be an correct description of usage.
Think i have to order that ......damn.........
Wonder of he would be interested in making the reardeck ( la-31 ) mount and the motorplate also ....

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Iso, are you looking for this?

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Yup

exactly that ....

and now just the finned motor plate left...

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Iso, are you looking for this?

Thats whats needed and make sure its identical to the original as the last company that made it got the dimensions wrong so drilling the chassi was needed to fit it. As iso said mk one and mk two version finned motor plates as well, with both fitted that does dissapate the brushless motor heat very well. Looking very good.
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Thats whats needed and make sure its identical to the original as the last company that made it got the dimensions wrong so drilling the chassi was needed to fit it. As iso said mk one and mk two version finned motor plates as well, with both fitted that does dissapate the brushless motor heat very well. Looking very good.
Don't worry, I am very confident that it's identical to the real thing. I took measurements off of a brand new one. I am getting it quote this week.
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I just had an idea, I revise the rear upper deck mount to be able to fit a fan to cool the motor
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Good idea.....

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I just had an idea, I revise the rear upper deck mount to be able to fit a fan to cool the motor
Yup good idea, but not necessary as the metal mount and motor plate will be sufficient. However is you cut the metal post away from the bottom (between the two legs) centre of the mount then that should be plenty of room for you to add a small fan.

Also guys LA26 full set is on ebay worldwide (I searched under kyosho lazer zx) and found it on page 2 if set at 200 per page. Good hunting!!!
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Old 31-10-2011
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There's actually 2 different auctions for LA26 on the bay at the moment. One pair of ZXR and one of ZX arms
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Guys,

OK I have finally fulfilled my promise and have updated the front shock tower. Please see pictures of original and newer beefed up version. Please note tem I actually cut off the body clip area.

Also attached is my newer designed top deck which takes into account my new L brace with belt tensioner so allows the belt to run freely without rubbing on the top deck area.
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