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  1. Nevermind, found it after extensive searchs Those are Tamiya #53492 hop up dampers, originally made for the TXT-1. Unfortunately discontinued as of today. Per instructions, it doesn't seem to accomodate balls for upper clamps ; so I'll have to find an alternative solution to keep using them
  2. Hi there ! I'm looking for information on the dampers shown below : these are aluminium dampers with Axial spring, RC4WD alu lower ball cup and Tamiya (?) alu silver retainer. For information, the body is composed of 3 alu parts : the main body for the oil, the upper caps and the lower part which acts as rod guide. No aeration in the upper caps. The only thing I don't know is : is this damper a Tamiya one ? If so, which part # / model ? I actually would like to find plastic replacement parts in order to replace the plastic part in the left upper part of the pictures above, because as of now, the upper caps is fixed once screwed on the shock tower and does not allow any play according to damper travel,... Many thanks for your help ! G-rem
  3. I'm working as an auditor for one of the Big 4 . This allows me to fund my RC enthusiasm as well as getting some free time in the summer months (this compensates the fact that between January to almost May, I have to live for my work)
  4. Super valuable information, many thanks for your help @ImALlama Cheers !
  5. Hi everyone, sorry for bringing up such an old thread back to life but I was wondering some questions regarding the body genuinly coming with this chassis : whith the optional pontoons mounted, how large was the space between both sides of the body ? Pics for illustration of what I am looking for : Many thanks for helping me finding out ! Regards, G-rem
  6. Gorgeous ! Esp. the color which is perfect ; would you mind telling us which paints you did use to achieve such a stunning result ? Thanks !
  7. Thanks both for your reply ! I was specifically looking at TA01 alu uprightS since the part where the steering rod needs to be fixed is quite angle inward compared to other options available. This being required to achieve what I am looking for
  8. Hi there, I've also got a question related to TA01 Front Upright Knuckle Arms (JazRider, Yeah Racing, GPM) : I would like to know how tall they are, in order to evaluate if I can fit them in the original C-hubs of my Wild Dagger (WR-01) : I understood from the above discussion that I will need different bearings to accommodate the new steering uprights compared to the 1150 currently used in the genuine uprights from my WR-01, right ? Many thanks for your help, G-rem
  9. Hi there, I've also got a question related to TA01 Front Upright Knuckle Arms (JazRider, Yeah Racing, GPM) : I would like to know how tall they are, in order to evaluate if I can fit them in the original C-hubs of my Wild Dagger (WR-01) : I understood from the above discussion that I will need different bearings to accommodate the new steering uprights compared to the 1150 currently used in the genuine uprights from my WR-01, right ? Many thanks for your help, G-rem
  10. @Nwc100 this red look stunning on your Yaris, what paint did you use for that result ? Thanks !
  11. Thanks for your reply Stam ! I will go with these for a first try : http://www.yeahracing.com/catalog/df03015sp-spring-steel-shaft-tamiya-df03-wild-dagger-twin-detonator-double-blaze-force-p-4739.html If they fail, I'll buy the Kyosho LA257 : https://rc.kyosho.com/en/la257.html Why I do not take the Kyosho first : I would like to see if the fitment is enough with the Yeah Racing, hopefully it fits perfectly Cheers, G-rem
  12. Sorry to resurect such an old thread but I could not find any satisfatory answer to my question : can someone tell me what are goods CVD or DCJ shafts for the WR-01/WT-01 chassis (apart from GPM) ? I would like to get rid of dogbone jumps when steering is fully locked in. Thanks in advance for your help ! Regards G-rem
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