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Old 10-11-2009
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Welsh are there an postal strike in U.K since i havent recived my tekin yet.
Also in the picture are the SP107H,V and V2
I have an suprise for you on friday.

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Old 11-11-2009
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Welsh are there an postal strike in U.K since i havent recived my tekin yet.
Also in the picture are the SP107H,V and V2
I have an suprise for you on friday.

mvh Isobarik
You guessed correctly. The worlds first postal service has gone on strike in a large part of the country. I suppose the good thing that may come from this is a new company starting up and taking the business away from them. The majority of workers are people that never went to school so shouldnt complain about their wages as they are already over paid. They should be sacked and replaced by people that want to earn a living. They are lazy people and redundancies will be made in the near future and i hope all those striking idiots get it first.

Im guessing the gear cover is the surprise
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Sorry but no its not.
Welsh have you ever used the hole furthest out on SP-107H???

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Are these the rear hubs, if so ive used all holes. Prefered the very bottom hole on the wishbone, and either middle or inner hole on the zxr. On the zxs im using the middle wishbone hole and middle hole top.
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Yes thats the one.
Even recived my Bluebird BMS-617DMG+HS servo and i works ...its alive....
Welsh all i can say is keep youre eys open to morrow at the track.

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Yes thats the one.
Even recived my Bluebird BMS-617DMG+HS servo and i works ...its alive....
Welsh all i can say is keep youre eys open to day at the track.

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Today?, the club is tomorrow on Friday. Will keep them peeled mate, funny if you did arrive to LRRC in Woking.
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And i have recived my nice tekin G11pro and it looks awsome
i hope it works ok.

Does digital servos work better with digital radio pcm ???

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And i have recived my nice tekin G11pro and it looks awsome
i hope it works ok.

Does digital servos work better with digital radio pcm ???

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I have no idea about digital, sorry.
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Old 14-11-2009
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I actually drove my lazer today.

Tekin G11 pro
Futaba FM40 ( the brick type, old )
GM EVOII 15x2
Bluebird 617 dmg +HS servo
GM Panasonic scr black/yellow

Well it moved but hey them batteries are old and rubbish ha ha

it almost did an whellie .

I will try it tomorrov and then i shall put it on the shelf and convert it t standard MKII since it has never been run before everything is new and i have other lazers that i will use instead and they have the batteries more foward.

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Cool. Piccys please. What chassis did you run? If it was almost wheelying then possibly to high on the rear.
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It was that mkII but i shall convert it to original, since its never been run that car and i have chassis that have the batteries more forward ZX/ZXR chassi. Unfortunaly i sold the upperdec for that car but hey i can get another one and I have an LAW 12 laying around and i have been egar to do something with it so maybe i fit it to that car.

Welsh Them B4 spurs what is the largest of them ???

i was thinking of getting bigger diameter slipper and use the old slipper type that sandwich them gears between and use b4 slipper pads but the discs for now are smaller then B4 dito. Do you know what i mean?? I have an guy at work that are willing to machine it , i asked the same guy about the LA118 and i asked if he could duplicate it and he asked how many ??

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was i at the starting rooster at the club ???
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Im unsure about the b4 spurs as i only use the one that came with the kit and havent needed to replace it yet.

The zxr(s) chassis i designed balances the car really well with the cells being moved to the best position.
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Here is what i looks like damn those batteries i have better but not welded for the moment.



Also felt a bit bad since you have been working way to hard in those corners so i made this for you ...



So you could have under youre morning tea cup.

Actually sometimes i have to be an father and play with my kids and they wanted to play with beads so .. have to make something...

Still thinking of sending it ha ha ha ...

It is supose to be an K you know the kyosho K tilted forward but hey i have never said that my last name was picasso...

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I have ordered them 3 LA-111 and i will have them hopefully this week wednesday or thursday.

Now when i look at it , it looks like an "ormbo" or in english an eagles nest

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I have recived the 3Racing X5 drive shafts for the rear but i dont know if they have packed it wrong since they are like 68mm long so they fit in the front but not in the rear.

Since there are driveshaft for the front and rear i´ll suppose they are different lenght any way i talked to the supplier of 3racing in sweden and he is gouing the check it .

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Welsh what do you think of these ???



"my lady got balls she got balls"

Damn ceramic diff balls almost a £ each and 12 balls per pully.

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Not bad. As its been a very long time since ive had to rebuild my diffs how many holes are there in the original compared to this. My ones being made have a couple more holes and is super smooth.
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Welsh there are 10 in the original pullys

I also have these pullys that have 12 balls but they use a smaller ball more like 3/32.



also very smooth i just took em for the nice pullys and they were very cheap.

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ps do you want me to send you the K ??
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Hehe the k that put picasso to shame, no thanks mate. Should be a good mug stand though.

The diffs are pretty mych identical to mine, smaller diff balls but more of them does get rid of the gritty feeling that the standard ones have. Your getting quite a good collection and sooner or later will have as much as me. Then the lets get out there and show them newer isnt always better.
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"my lady got balls she got balls"

Damn ceramic diff balls almost a £ each and 12 balls per pully.

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Nice Henke!! when will I get them delivered? an put on some socks please
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