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How to build up 3-Lane Special Machine

Discussion in 'MS' started by ODN@UDA, Jun 28, 2020.

  1. ODN@UDA

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    I tried to explain how to build up 3-Lane Special Machine.


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    Machine Name: Ava-roA "斬紅郎F"
     
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  2. ltr74

    ltr74 FRP H-Bar

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    The front roller setup is interesting. Most people build up from the brake plate. I want to experiment with this on one of my cars. Did you add angle to one of the plates used for the roller stay and mount for thrust?
     
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    Thrust is not attached to the plate itself.
    The arm extending from the bumper rides on the chassis.
    Thrust is attached with this arm.
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    Do you know this?
     
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    ltr74 FRP H-Bar

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    I see. very nice solution. I need to buy some parts, but I am going to build it to try.
     
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  6. ODN@UDA

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    Test Run.
     
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    ltr74 FRP H-Bar

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    I've been working on my version. The front roller stay is a bit lower but I think it will work out. I still need a body but I am going to try to get to the track on Saturday to test it. IMG_7462.jpeg
     
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    great!
    There is one point to note.
    When using a 9mm roller, the edge of the front bow bumper come into contact with the course.
    Please sharpen the edge.
     
  9. yao wei

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    nice build, good running too
     
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