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byebye
2006.05.24, 06:37 PM
This is a video of the AWD I sold to Gixxer.

Gixxers AWD Calsonic 350z (http://mini-zracer.com/mini-zgallery/showphoto.php?photo=4640&cat=717&page=1)

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GiXXer
2006.05.24, 06:40 PM
thanks! :D dont forget the banner sticker that says "tuned by Bye-Bye"

byebye
2006.05.24, 06:59 PM
Hey no problem! I'm sure it will fit your needs.

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JamesJozef
2006.05.24, 07:21 PM
Nice. If only my MR-01 were that fast... Oh, wait, it might be when my new motor arrives,a nd I get the fet's stacked. Wow. I'm surprised how much of a difference stacked fets make.

byebye
2006.05.25, 12:49 AM
Thats a 2x2 with a stock motor. It's actually only slightly faster than stock a MA-010. If you stuck even just an x-speed it would be significantly faster.

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JamesJozef
2006.05.25, 08:15 AM
Really? I'm surprised how fast the MA-010's are out of the box.

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2006.05.25, 09:25 AM
Really? I'm surprised how fast the MA-010's are out of the box.

They are alot quicker than the mr series because of the 3010 FETs. Well actually, I have to retract that because it wasn't till after upgrading the rear drive parts with alloy that I noticed on stock FETs the ma-010 was faster. There seems to be a lot of drive train loss(on stock plastic) typical with AWD.

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M2b1Z3
2006.10.06, 12:12 PM
They are alot quicker than the mr series because of the 3010 FETs. Well actually, I have to retract that because it wasn't till after upgrading the rear drive parts with alloy that I noticed on stock FETs the ma-010 was faster. There seems to be a lot of drive train loss(on stock plastic) typical with AWD.

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i was wondering if the plastic parts give to drive train loss? i guess they do. is there another chassis i can buy? maybe a carbon fiber one or somehting?aluminium. something sturdy?

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2006.10.07, 05:04 PM
i was wondering if the plastic parts give to drive train loss? i guess they do. is there another chassis i can buy? maybe a carbon fiber one or somehting?aluminium. something sturdy?

They do because of flex. The alloy is stiffer. I found that after upgrading the diff joints, swingshafts, driveshaft, and locking the rear diff the throttle was much more responsive.

I think the only CF chassis I've seen is from Pro-z. No big manufacturers yet.

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