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    im gonna get a 1 way main shaft. seems the way to go as then you still much around with your front diff tuning as well.

    i dont think you could flip the front diff center, but you could probably flip the dirve shaft which would reverse its action.
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    Yeah my TRF's got lightweight ali driveshafts, struts and hubs, low friction shocks, all sealed BB and the CF chassis is sweet. belt driven (unlike my older ali shaft drive) took pics of both so just need to upload them onto photobucket.





    oh the motor is a Trinity D4 Copper Head (10T Triple winding) it came with a little dyno graph 1.5kW lol
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    yeah post em up!
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    Hey I saw on that link you sent me to genki doridori has the raddest rims!
    SSR Mesh, Mk II's and Watanabe's among others! Sakura's sicker than aids yo!



    Little TE37's have much win! as do the Enkei NT03. The rims on my Sil80 Tamiya 2-Piece Mesh Wheels #SP549 (52x32mm adjustable offset)
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    yeah quite awesome really. i was gonna get mesh for the 86 but it was kinda impossible to work out the offset before i actually got my kit and then put the body on as it doesnt really seem there's that type of info on the net.

    to get it millimeter perfect, which is kinda important on an rc car as a mil is a lot, i think you need to put the actual body on the chassis youre gonna run, then take it for a run and get your camber settings right. and then order your wheels.

    but yeah if you get it spot on its pretty cool cos it doubles as a cool static model as well
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    ahh you edited those posts with pics. both of those are very cool.
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    this is my TT01 with shells a sil80 and some un knowan nissan, stock with locked rear diff and toe and camber kit, also got drift tyres but just got my stretched out set on it atm as it looks way better hahahahahahahah.

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    These thing are awesome
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    it is eays as aids to stretck tyres just get wheels you like with a tyre thats to small for it my rears are off my old Hornet used 2 tyres to do it on in side to give it the propper shape and one stretched from one lip to the other of the rim. use a screwdriver makes it so much easiear

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    yeah quite awesome really. i was gonna get mesh for the 86 but it was kinda impossible to work out the offset before i actually got my kit and then put the body on as it doesnt really seem there's that type of info on the net.

    to get it millimeter perfect, which is kinda important on an rc car as a mil is a lot, i think you need to put the actual body on the chassis youre gonna run, then take it for a run and get your camber settings right. and then order your wheels.

    but yeah if you get it spot on its pretty cool cos it doubles as a cool static model as well
    Seems that RC offset + is really negative



    This is like the narrow version of the 2-piece Tamiya mesh


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