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Old 2012.06.25, 12:22 AM   #1
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Hassle-Free - One top cover for 94, 98 and 102mm case use

LIGHT WEIGHT ALUMINUM 7075-T6 MR03 TOP COVER WITH ADJUSTABLE LENGTH FOR 94, 98 AND 102 MM CASE
XP-M03-TOCR-V2




The ways to change for different length are shown as following.

For 94 mm,



For 98 mm,



For 102 mm,
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Old 2012.06.27, 01:21 PM   #2
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Do you have to take the top cover off to change wheel bases? It looks like it is screwed up through the bottom of the top cover.
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Old 2012.06.27, 02:37 PM   #3
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Looks like it... Also, is there a 4mm post to positively secure the damper plates? How is it secured to the top plate? It's nice to have the three holes drilled out in the center to mount the top shock bracket but really it should only be used to mount the top shock directly, and lower the CG.
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Old 2012.06.27, 02:57 PM   #4
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It looks like in this scenario, you need to mount the "y" piece to the top cover to keep everything form moving fore/aft if the rear screws loosen. I'm not convinced it can be considered "hassle free", if you have to remove it to make changes, but I still appreciate the innovation, and a different line of thinking than Ive seen with the movable rear posts.
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Old 2012.06.27, 05:43 PM   #5
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WTH looks like my pn disk damper and top shock in red
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Old 2012.06.28, 02:29 AM   #6
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Are you guys going to be crying at them when they make round black tires to?
You keep forgetting that you are all leeching of a brand who actually created the cars called Kyosho. There are other brands who also make disk dampers. There are other brands that also make dual top springs.
Get over it.

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Old 2012.07.08, 10:39 PM   #7
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Do you have to take the top cover off to change wheel bases? It looks like it is screwed up through the bottom of the top cover.
There is no need to take off the top cover for the change of the length.
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