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Centro C4.1 & C4.2

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deja une date de sortie???:drunk:

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Ahahah il me semble que j'avais déjà mis le lien sur le post B4.1/T4.1... Pour une fois que j'avais l'info en preum's!!!lol Sans rancunes Reporter!lol

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J'ai eu un doute mais page 31 j'avais bien posté le lien

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Tom Yardy - CML C4.1 CENTRO

The CML C4.1 'Centro' is the new mid-motor conversion for the Associated B4, and if you've seen the Atomic Carbon S2 cars previously, the C4.1 will look a little familiar since Jonathan Clarke has designed this beast also.

Tom Yardy received the first prototype car in October 2010 and admitted that after 3 laps he pulled over and exclaimed 'this is like cheating' - it was that good apparently. Tom asked us not to use this quote as it sounded 'well cheesy' but we used it anyway. Sorry Tom.

Neil Cragg tested the car in the week leading up to this event and declared a similar love for it after putting in a few laps. Neil was running an older prototype whilst Tom's car (pictured) is the latest version.

The car currently has some rough edges but this is still a prototype and things like the alloy parts will get anodised on the production car.

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Alors le C4.1 j'en ai deja un(e)... :grin:

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La boite de transmission toute en bio-design me rappelle un peu celle de mon scorpion :grin:

A part ca je commence a me dire que je vais garder mon B4.1... entre ca et le machin vegaelite bidule (bon, ca coute un bras quand meme) ca redevient interessant pour qui a deja du stock asso et veut essayer un mid motor a chassis alliage :)

paul

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Etant donné que la transmission est commune aux 2, une adaptation au T4.1 pourrait elle être envisageable? Bien sur il faudra revoir le support amortos...

Mais un truck en mid motor ca pourrait etre sympa, et ca offrirait une autre alternative au seul X60.

Tonton.

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C4.1 Wins second round of BRCA electric off-road nationals!

Paul Bradby wins the second round of the BRCA electric off-road nationals first time out with the C4.1 Centro at RHR as it clinches three of the top four places.

Having only received his car the day before the event, Paul put in a stunning display of controlled driving to put his C4.1 mid-motored conversion for the Associated B4.1 on pole position for the A final.

He then went on to dominate all three legs of the final to take a fine win. To back Paul up, team-mates Neil Cragg and Tom Yardy were not far behind with their similar pre-production C4.1’s.

Neil joined Paul on the podium with second place and Tom was unlucky to miss out, finishing fourth and only beaten to the final step on the podium by current 2wd National Champ Tom Cockerill.

And to prove that the Associated still has what it takes, Richard Lowe put his rear motored B4.1 Factory Team car firmly into the A final too, unfortunately some bad luck in the finals masked the potential for a good final result on this occasion.

In the 4wd class, Paul again showed great pace with his Associated B44.1 coming in a fighting second behind current Champ Lee Martin.

The C4.1 is progressing well and the CML team are still working hard on the release – stay tuned for more news.

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Quelqu'un a t'il une date de sortie (j'ai pas envie d'acheter un kit x6:confident:)

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ha ben finalement je ne vais peut-etre pas prendre de 22... que je puisse reutiliser mon stock de pieces de B4.1...

ca devient tres interessant. Faudrait juste que la livre sterling se casse la gueule sinon ca va couter un bras leur truc...

Paul

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Pour le moment problème de prod de la boite, j'aurai en stock dès que dispo

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Je chipote peut etre mais j'espère que la version définitive sera mieux finie que la version proto car là ça fait un peu massif comme bloc transmission... un peu d'allègement serait le bienvenue...maintenant si ca marche comme ça! Par contre, peut on me dire si une version pour le T4.1 sera dispo? Oui je sais l'avenir des marques ne se joue plus avec le truck mais avec le SC! (M'en fous c'est la même transmission !!lol)

Tonton.

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Il faudra surement de nouveaux supports amortos par contre.

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Alors pour info un pilote bien informe m'a dit qu'il y aura une version shortcourse mais pas truck, pas compatible....

naaan je rigole. Mais a mon avis, le truck, ou meme le shortcourse, ca relevera de l'adaptation personnelle plus qu'autre chose...

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Paul

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Merci de m'avoir communiqué ce secret international Paul! Je vais de ce pas, plancher sur mes pièces proto pour mon T4.1 !!! lol

Wait and see comme on dit , une surprise est toujours la bienvenue... En tout cas si quelqu'un a des news pour une éventuelle adaptation au truck ou SC je suis preneur!

Tonton.

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Paul Bradby's TQ car

Paul Bradby took TQ with a car he'd received less than 24 hours previously - the new pre-production CML C4.1 mid-motor conversion for the Associated B4.1.

At the previous round of the championship there was only one 'proper' pre-poduction C4.1 - in the hands of its most early adopter Tom Yardy. Neil Cragg had an early prototype without some of the features that will be on the final car like the alloy chassis and that very car was being piloted by Phil Sleigh at RHR.

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dans le meme esprit, b4.1 a moteur central

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C'est du bel usinage, par contre ça doit être très lourd !! (Et rigide ...)

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Paul Bradby's winning CML C4.1

Another victory for the CML C4.1 and a 1-2-3-5 for the car proves it's capable in the right hands. Based on the design of the Atomic Carbon S2 but using an alloy main chassis plate - the C4.1 still isn't available to buy and there's no word on when it'll be released or which part may change - but opinion is that they need to get it out ASAP to benefit from the success!

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Losi ball cups

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Bradders used Speed Passion ESC and 7.5 motor geared on 22/78, reedy saddle lipo's and AE XP (ACE) servo along with some rudebits brass weights.

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