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Re: Goldie into runner build

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losi stagger ribs

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Re: Goldie into runner build

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scr8p wrote:losi stagger ribs
Thanx Jason. Did anyone copy them? I have a new one and a used one and the new one has less 'ribs' around the diameter of it...
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Re: Goldie into runner build

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shumacher used to make some that looked very similar. i'm pretty sure they still do, but 2.2's.

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thanx again scr8p

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Re: Goldie into runner build

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here's the schumachers on wyldbill's edm.....

http://www.rc10talk.com/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=2190

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Re: Goldie into runner build

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hey there's my car!
schumacher stagger rib slim fronts are similar to the losi stagger rib fronts except losi's are 1/8 inch taller in diameter. i have both kinds here and they are both for 2.1" rims. the schumacher's come in their super soft yellow compound and you can stretch them on to 2.2" rims, the Birdsboro guys do it all the time but i still use them on 2.1'. the losi's are a harder compound similar to the old schumacher blues, but nothing compares to the schumacher's it's just a flat out awesome tire even when bald.

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Re: Goldie into runner build

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a cell phone shot from my painter, rusty-racing:

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Just have to decide is this going on this build, or my goldie/stealth car....
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Re: Goldie into runner build

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That's sharp! What car got the undertray/underwrap?

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Im likes the colors :D

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Re: Goldie into runner build

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I still need to pick them up from the painter. I havent decided :( . I think I will leave this one for the black pan car, I have a Protech II I got when I bought a car that I fitted to the goldie for now. Now off to order wheels/tires. :)

More pics once I get the stuff, trim it up and install the wrap.
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Re: Goldie into runner build

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so tonight was FINALLY the maiden voyage of this car.
:mrgreen: <- that smile isnt big enough

TQ and first place in a small stock class (5 cars). I lapped everyone in the main. I will post some pics up before I clean it up, I left some race dirt on there for effect.

I tested the gold chassis car (that had the brushless in it) and it was pushing really bad, so I tossed my spektrum receiver in this one, left the 27T and Novak T1 in there (when I pulled the brushless, I couldnt leave it empty!) and headed off....first qualifier I broke the servo. My fault, no servo saver, Losi alloy steering, stock Z270 JR servo. Bad combo. So I tossed a servo saver on the Futaba 3003 (old messed up saver at that) and TQ'd in the second heat. On the tone in the main, I took off and never looked back. Car drove very well, little push (probably due to wrong tires) jumped well and was easy to drive.
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Re: Goldie into runner build

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1568 grams as pictured below, only 69 grams above minimum weight. :) -- forgot to add the PT in there though :(

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Re: Goldie into runner build

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NICE... :D congrats on the run.

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Re: Goldie into runner build

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vintage AE wrote:and I don't think I seen it mentioned, but also front B44 CVAs
scr8p wrote:
Darkrider wrote:Just so i understand right..i need the milled hubs to run the B4/B44 axles on the stock length rear arms correct?
correct. if you go with the dynotech arms, you'd want to go with the rpm gt, losi #2038, or custom works #3241 carrier. all of which require no part modifications.
OK, I have the Dynotech arms on the way and because of the quality I'm headed the direction of the RPM GT hubs, but just to clarify cause this is the first post I've found in detail on it, I want the FRONT B44 CVD's, NOT the rear right???

Just want to make sure i don't waste 30 bucks that i don't really have

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Re: Goldie into runner build

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B44 REAR.

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