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Genki's Overdose Type-C
#41
Ject tripple conversion..

I'm really liking the design.

http://www.jectracing.com/jc120.html

for the rear motor. side battery

ヨコモ D-108 イマドキSSGコンバ バッテリーマウントセット ●600 <- Imdoki Battery Mount Set

For the front motor side battery
ヨコモ SD-202M DP-DPM用ステアリングãƒãƒ«ã‚¯ãƒãƒ³ã‚¯ ●680 <-- DPM Steering Belcrank

For the lateral Battery
ヨコモ DRB-118L DP-DRB用ショートサイズLiPoバッテリーマウント ●780 <-- DRb short Battery Mount for the lateral battery
and a 40㎜ターンバックル


Black and red alloy for the DIB is coming.
Eventually silver arms for the DRB.
I polished the arms on the drift package but I'll need to go harder to get the mirror finish.
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#42
Ohhh... so as far as parts from Ject Racing go, all I'd need is #JC-130, which is the conversion itself? Looks like I was over complicating things for no reason, I kept thinking this was an upgrade made for a previous conversion that Ject Racing released -_-

So many de-anodized/fully polished chassis have been popping up as of late, they're really growing on me. The list of chassis I want to build grows lol...

Alloy for the DIB? Does that mean upgrade packages are on the way? :D
AFRO'S RC CLUB x KERIZMA CLUB x MADHOUSE

Yokomo Type-C - RWD
Wrap-Up Next FR-D - RWD
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#43
There was an older 120 that was copied by that chinese knock off company.

this is the new 120

the 130 is a slightly different beast with the carbon battery mounts and towers etc.

I'm not sure about the DIB
is was not so popular in Japan when I was over there. All you could get were the left over DRB parts.
Kazama made some DRB parts like knuckles in the beginning of the year.

I'm running Kazama rear knuckles on mine.

But there are thousands of drift packages sold in Japan.
so there are many upgrades for them.
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#44
I was thinking about buying a Type C, but ended up buying a FS01D. How do you like it so far?
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#45
http://ameblo.jp/mishi0325/entry-11514306472.html

new a-arms for DPM or Type C with KPI
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#46
very interesting indeed
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#47
http://page10.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/au...m112672967

Check this machine!

pretty cheap actually.
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#48
Wow man.. That's nice setups right there... That's a whole different level.. Especially love the dpm..
The underdog drifter....
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#49
thats the only level! hahaha

yep, about $600 to $800 per rolling chassis is usually my budget for a NEW machine.

my DIB was about $300 used. but still needs that $300 alloy injection.
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#50
(04-18-2013, 08:59 PM)Basil Wrote:  I was thinking about buying a Type C, but ended up buying a FS01D. How do you like it so far?

I think the FS01D in direct comparison to a stock Type-C is better value, and stock for stock performs better. The FS01D will have much better steering angle out of the box as well, MUCH better. Also the Type-C comes stock with Phillips head screws. The Type-C would require a few additional items to bring it up to par performance wise, and then it would come down to how well you can set up the chassis.

(04-18-2013, 11:23 PM)RE-Xtreme RC Wrote:  http://ameblo.jp/mishi0325/entry-11514306472.html

new a-arms for DPM or Type C with KPI

http://page10.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/au...m112672967

Check this machine!

pretty cheap actually.

That Type-C setup on the DPM looks great. Are those the new Team Suzuki knuckles?

And that Ject conversion, damn... for that price, considering what's included, that's great value!

I really want to make a second Drift Package using a Ject Conversion now haha @@"
AFRO'S RC CLUB x KERIZMA CLUB x MADHOUSE

Yokomo Type-C - RWD
Wrap-Up Next FR-D - RWD
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