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View Poll Results: Where and when should the LSTR meet?
Do the LSTR on the last Sunday and the aLmoSTR on the second Sunday 13 81.25%
Do one month London, next month Away 3 18.75%
Do them on the same day, and let people chose which to go to 0 0%
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Old 03-26-2010, 04:31 PM
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-what's a "quid" in USA money?
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Old 03-26-2010, 04:52 PM
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thats a pretty good deal. i paid that for just a rolling chassis. on the diff front when you take it apart there are three bevel gears. just take one and put it between the other two and reassemble the diff. that will lock it and its easy to unlock it if you want to. also you will probably want to shave the bumper underneath so the suspention arms drop more. i'll put a pic up in a min of what i mean. motor wise you will probably want to get a 35turn motor as that will help the crawlablity of the car. if you fit bigger tyres then you will have to shave part of the chassis to get clearence on the tyres. but after you've done all that it should be bullet proof.

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a quid is the nickname for 1 engish pound, equivalent to your, dime, buck... $55 if dont want the maths
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the TT-01 chassis is an on road unit. as a drift car they are brilliant for the beginner or expert that wants a basher. there is also a "rally" variant of the TT-01 but i'm pretty sure it's only a set of tyres that makes it any different
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UK andy and loki, why dont we organise a decent greenlaning day and take the rc along for lunch time fun. Anyone else not got a 1:1 can hop in as passengers in our motors and enjoys a days laning and rc's just an idea.
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Old 03-27-2010, 04:15 AM
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i would of taken it and made a rally raid bowler....
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UK andy and loki, why dont we organise a decent greenlaning day and take the rc along for lunch time fun. Anyone else not got a 1:1 can hop in as passengers in our motors and enjoys a days laning and rc's just an idea.
Thats a Great Idea
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any link on google map wher exactly meet?
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UK andy and loki, why dont we organise a decent greenlaning day and take the rc along for lunch time fun. Anyone else not got a 1:1 can hop in as passengers in our motors and enjoys a days laning and rc's just an idea.
Sounds like a plan mate. Dont think i am going to have much spare time after this weekend,only got two and a bit mounths till the wedding. Deffently up for it after june should have more time and money then.

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As you drive through Kingston Gate into the Park Take the second exit and theres a Carpark on the Left.

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=Kingston+Gate +Richmond+Park&sll=37.575331,-77.444&sspn=0.119452,0.219383&ie=UTF8&hq=Kingston+ Gate+Richmond+Park&hnear=&radius=15000&ll=51.44609 ,-0.350533&spn=0.093935,0.350189&z=12
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thats a pretty good deal. i paid that for just a rolling chassis. on the diff front when you take it apart there are three bevel gears. just take one and put it between the other two and reassemble the diff. that will lock it and its easy to unlock it if you want to. also you will probably want to shave the bumper underneath so the suspention arms drop more. i'll put a pic up in a min of what i mean. motor wise you will probably want to get a 35turn motor as that will help the crawlablity of the car. if you fit bigger tyres then you will have to shave part of the chassis to get clearence on the tyres. but after you've done all that it should be bullet proof.
Did that to mine and it worked great and for 40 quid you cant go wrong.
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looks like you got a nice place to run there mate. I would be well up for heading over at some point for a drive and maybe help build some stuff.
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Hi to all, few pictures of today fun, sorry quality not very good, but...
and video coming maybe tomorow








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Hi all here's a few pics from todays trip to Addlestone
http://s685.photobucket.com/albums/v...68/28-03-2010/
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And some more http://rikk.smugmug.com/Scale-4x4/Ru...21467724_pWutH


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