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Well...the wider of the two chassis is a Tamiya...

Well...the wider of the two chassis is a Tamiya F103LM kit. Tamiya used to sell LeMans cars way back in the day. It’s based off of the F103 chassis. It looks like somebody tried to convert it to...
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No sir they are not. The 104's use a different...

No sir they are not. The 104's use a different location than the 103's and 102's. This is why the re-release bodies from the 103 days don't come with holes anymore. The 104's have been relocated...
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Thumbs up Tamiya TCS Sale in Aliso Viejo

Hey guys,

I just thought I'd share some information I found out about. It looks like Tamiya is having a sale at the TCS race this weekend. I've attached a flyer but if you can't read it this is...
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Posted By Vyger

Well, you're right. The blue one is a Kyosho,...

Well, you're right. The blue one is a Kyosho, that's the Yamaha Jordan 192. If memory serves Kyosho released them in 1992-1995. It was pretty good parking lot racer back in the day. Kyosho had...
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Thumbs up At first glance this sounds like a great idea. ...

At first glance this sounds like a great idea. My concerns would be how the car handles on a solid rubber tire. Running on a prepped smooth surface wouldn’t be a concern but a track with small...
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Posted By Vyger

The Tamiya F104 (like the Ferrari F60) and HPI...

The Tamiya F104 (like the Ferrari F60) and HPI Formula 10 car are based on a more modern F1 design, longer and narrower. The Tamiya F104W is a wider car that used a different front and rear end...
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Posted By Vyger

@Orcatkt, I saw that you're looking for an...

@Orcatkt, I saw that you're looking for an Williams FW16 body. You're in luck, there's a company that makes one those. It's actually a very nice looking body with good detail. The only problem I...
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Posted By Vyger

Kyosho use to make a 1/8 F1 car. They offered...

Kyosho use to make a 1/8 F1 car. They offered three choices in nitro and electric. Occasionally you'll see a kit surface on ebay and they disappear quickly...at a really high price.

Here's a...
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Posted By Vyger

My batteries are 4100mah, 65c, the cars are super...

My batteries are 4100mah, 65c, the cars are super light fully loaded, but I don't have any specifics with regards to weight. Just a suggestion with regards to the chassis choices, I'd probably go...
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Posted By Vyger

Well, I see your theory, but I'm not 100% sure...

Well, I see your theory, but I'm not 100% sure about it. I run a 7.4 shorty lipo, 21.5 motor, 93 spur, 34 pinion. I have no idea what the kv rating is on the motor. It's a Novak 21.5 ballistic....
08-14-2013, 09:02 AM
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Posted By Vyger

Not the most current pics...but it's all I have. ...

Not the most current pics...but it's all I have.

http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=1907950

http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=1907951
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Posted By Vyger

Either car will handle a 540 size motor, brushed...

Either car will handle a 540 size motor, brushed or brushless. The stock gearing will and motor combo is no where near 30mph. Maybe if they're going down hill with the wind to their back, or if you...
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Posted By Vyger

RE: Official DB-01 Durga Thread

Like I said...I don't really need it...I just think it's a cool kit. I like the ruggedness of the drivetrain. It reminds me of the 1/8 scale stuff...which looks pretty tough. I haven't had any...
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Posted By Vyger

RE: Official DB-01 Durga Thread

It's a shaft driven 4WD buggy.

http://www.tamiyausa.com/product/item.php?product-id=58507

http://www.tamiyausa.com/images/product/250/58507/header_58507.jpg

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Posted By Vyger

RE: Official DB-01 Durga Thread

Thanks for all the info. That's all good to know...but I think I'm still going to wait for the metal gears. It's not something I want to dig into several times. I'd rather install them...
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RE: Official DB-01 Durga Thread

I pretty sure my diffs are done as well. I errored on the side of caution after seeing pics of everyone's melted diffs. So I gave mine a little extra crank. I got the gear diff but they come with...
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RE: Official DB-01 Durga Thread

Hey Eman!

I know right! Five years in the making...for shock towers. LOL

Spoke wheels? I've never seen them...I've never looked before but... I always run the dish wheels from Tamiya on...
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Posted By Vyger

RE: Official DB-01 Durga Thread

Hey all, I'm not really sure if anyone still visits this thread....

But, Tamiya has finally released carbon fiber damper mounts for the DB01 (no rush guys). I gave mine a nice refresher with...
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Posted By Vyger

RE: 1/10 RC Formula 1 Cars...lets see'em

What up Kramer! Happy New Year bud!

I'm always around the forums...lurking....checking things out. LOL I am in the midst of jumping back onto a project I started just before...
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Posted By Vyger

RE: 1/10 RC Formula 1 Cars...lets see'em

uuuumm...they said there would be no math [:o]
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Posted By Vyger

RE: 1/10 RC Formula 1 Cars...lets see'em

Nice job as usual man. Great work with that front wing. Very clean. And the Lotus is looking marvelous! How goes the McLaren body...any luck with it?
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Posted By Vyger

RE: 1/10 RC Formula 1 Cars...lets see'em

Hey Kramer, sorry about the bad news man. I think weve all made a few mistakes in the past. Yes the TS Sprays are for the hard, or ABS, style plastic...like models. The PS spray is for polycarb...
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Posted By Vyger

RE: 1/10 RC Formula 1 Cars...lets see'em

Hey Kramer I just realized after revisiting your post and carefully looking at the pics...that's the wrong paint! You need the PS (polycarbonate spray) not the TS (Tamiya Spray) which is an acrylic...
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