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  1. finalement pas une blague, 4 ont fait le deplacement
  2. P Name R/Pts Result 1 Neil Cragg R:6(L:1) 2/43.39 2 Lee Martin R:6(L:5) 2/43.71 3 David Ronnefalk R:6(L:4) 2/43.89 4 Jorn Neumann R:5(L:6) 2/44.39 5 Marc Rhienard R:6(L:5) 2/44.44 6 Tom Cockerill R:6(L:5) 2/44.48 7 Ellis Stafford R:6(L:6) 2/44.49 8 Hubert Honigl R:5(L:5) 2/44.58 9 Richard Lowe R:6(L:11) 2/44.61 10 Martin Bayer R:5(L:6) 2/44.71 11 Renaud Savoya R:6(L:7) 2/44.75 12 Patrick Hofer R:5(L:4) 2/44.91 13 Kev Lee R:6(L:11) 2/44.91 14 Peter Pinisch R:5(L:10) 2/45.04 15 Shinadushi Adachi R:6(L:1) 2/45.30 16 Greg Williams R:3(L:11) 2/45.42 17 Daniel Kobbevik R:6(L:3) 2/45.49 18 Chrisopher Delves R:5(L:9) 2/45.50 19 Craig Collinson R:6(L:7) 2/45.59 20 Chris Doughty R:5(L:2) 2/45.65 21 John Spencer R:5(L:9) 2/45.73 22 Terry Streeter R:6(L:10) 2/45.77 23 Ben Jemison R:6(L:8) 2/45.78 24 Julien Parnot R:6(L:7) 2/45.95 25 Paul Crompton R:6(L:8) 2/46.09 26 Connor Cocker R:5(L:10) 2/46.11 27 Miguel Matius R:6(L:6) 2/46.16 28 Kevin Hunt R:6(L:6) 2/46.19 29 Michal Orlowski R:6(L:4) 2/46.23 30 Martin Owen R:5(L:5) 2/46.31 31 Mark Smith R:2(L:4) 2/46.33 32 Marcus Lind R:5(L:2) 2/46.54 33 William White R:4(L:8) 2/46.77 34 Billy Fletcher R:5(L:2) 2/46.96 35 Chris Clarke R:5(L:7) 2/47.25 36 William Venables R:5(L:4) 2/47.25 37 Mathieux Chaffardon R:6(L:10) 2/47.26 38 Nicolas Floudas R:6(L:4) 2/47.30 39 Luke Holdsworth R:5(L:7) 2/47.38 40 Brett Birch R:6(L:3) 2/47.52 41 Josh Hardwick R:6(L:5) 2/47.59 42 Clement Boda R:6(L:8) 2/47.94 43 Freddie Russell R:6(L:1) 2/47.99 44 Derek Mccloskey R:4(L:10) 2/48.03 45 Chris Pattinson R:5(L:10) 2/48.05 46 Andrew Webb R:6(L:3) 2/48.06 47 Demitri Panayides R:5(L:7) 2/48.21 48 Colin Whelan R:5(L:2) 2/48.25 49 Damian Whittle R:6(L:9) 2/48.34 50 Alex Johns R:6(L:3) 2/48.73 51 Daniel Town R:6(L:7) 2/48.89 52 Leon Morrell R:6(L:4) 2/48.94 53 Natalie Williams R:5(L:5) 2/48.97 54 Greg Hill R:5(L:10) 2/49.13 55 Josh Holdsworth R:5(L:8) 2/49.17 56 Matthew Mead R:5(L:7) 2/49.28 57 James Collins R:5(L:6) 2/49.35 58 Neal Lewis R:6(L:6) 2/49.59 59 Russel Gardner R:6(L:4) 2/49.64 60 Charles Krontiris R:4(L:4) 2/49.73 61 Mike Parker R:2(L:8) 2/49.75 62 Richard Miller R:5(L:3) 2/49.85 63 Jorgen Marksten R:5(L:8) 2/49.89 64 Joe Renton R:5(L:1) 2/49.90 65 Mark Thornewill R:4(L:7) 2/50.06 66 Jeff Steele R:6(L:6) 2/50.23 67 Daniel Thurston R:4(L:2) 2/50.32 68 Tim Finch R:3(L:5) 2/52.02 69 James Burgess R:4(L:6) 2/52.42 70 Tyler Liddle R:4(L:6) 2/53.35 71 Tom Walser R:6(L:8) 2/56.63 72 Hayden Steele R:5(L:3) 2/78.32 Ashley Caunt DNSe Dylan Saunders DNSe Stuart Wood DNSe Wesley Van Helmond DNSe James Butteriss DNSe Dominique Van Helmond DNSe
  3. avec la fin du b44.2, comment voyez-vous son successeur?
  4. +5AE ALLOY SPRING PERCH SET (4) B5M, B44 Serial Number:1518 Machined, polished and anodized alloy +5 off set spring perch set for Associated B5, B5M and B44 big bore shocks. Extra milling for a lightweight design with reinforced strength of cnc cut aluminum and a snug fit to reduce the chance of losing a perch. Milled holes also help reduce debris from collecting inside. Direct fit on the B5, B5M and B44.3 Set of 4. +9AE ALLOY SPRING PERCH SET (4) B5M, B44 Serial Number:1519 Machined, polished and anodized alloy +9 off set spring perch set for Associated T5M big bore shocks. Extra milling for a lightweight design with reinforced strength of cnc cut aluminum and a snug fit to reduce the chance of losing a perch. Milled holes also help reduce debris from collecting inside. Direct fit on the T5M! Set of 4.
  5. #15080 MIP 17.5 Eco All-in-1 Topshaft, All AE B5/T5 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: MIP introduces the ultimate top shaft for the AE vehicle line, the MIP 17.5 Eco All-in-1 Topshaft! Why is it called “All-in-1”? Well because it works with the original 3-gear rear motor, 4-gear mid motor, 4-gear V2 mid motor, 3 gear mid motor, and the MIP Box! How is this possible you may ask, well with a little bit of creativity and some awesome engineering we were able to fit the necessary bearing sizes on one top shaft. Along with the 5-in-1 capability the contact surface is 30% narrower than normal, equating to less overall drag/contact patch on the idler gear. If that isn’t enough, the All-in-1 Topshaft is the lightest on the market today coming in at a feather light 3.8 grams! So to reiterate, you get a top shaft that will work with any one of the transmissions on the market, a Topshaft that has less contact area meaning less overall drag, and a Topshaft that has less rotating mass than anything on the market today. Time to get what your 17.5 stock car needs; an MIP 17.5 Eco All-in-1 Topshaft!!! TARGET CUSTOMERS: AE 2WD RC10 B5, T5M, SC5M Generations Vehicles COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES: Less overall drag Lightest Topshaft on the market Allows user to push the vehicle harder FEATURES: 7075-T6 Hard Anodized Aluminum 100% Made in the USA! INCLUDES: MIP 17.5 Eco Top shaft REQUIRES: 2.0mm Allen Key - (Suggest #9008 MIP Hex Driver Wrench 2.0mm) COMPATIBILITY: Team Associated RC10T5M Team Kit (#70001), RC10SC5M (#70006), RC10B5 (#90001), RC10B5M (#90003), RC10B5M Factory Lite (#90000) Engine Cases: 3-gear mid-motor (AE # 91607) 4-gear V2 mid-motor (AE # 91552) 3-gear rear motor and 4-gear mid-motor (AE# 91424 & AE#91530 – You need to purchase #99097 HW-Bearing, to fit the 5mm I.D. gear end shaft) SUPPORT PRODUCTS: #99097 HW-Bearing, 5x12x4mm (1) +5AE ALLOY SPRING PERCH SET (4) B5M, B44 Serial Number:1518 Machined, polished and anodized alloy +5 off set spring perch set for Associated B5, B5M and B44 big bore shocks. Extra milling for a lightweight design with reinforced strength of cnc cut aluminum and a snug fit to reduce the chance of losing a perch. Milled holes also help reduce debris from collecting inside. Direct fit on the B5, B5M and B44.3 Set of 4. +9AE ALLOY SPRING PERCH SET (4) B5M, B44 Serial Number:1519 Machined, polished and anodized alloy +9 off set spring perch set for Associated T5M big bore shocks. Extra milling for a lightweight design with reinforced strength of cnc cut aluminum and a snug fit to reduce the chance of losing a perch. Milled holes also help reduce debris from collecting inside. Direct fit on the T5M! Set of 4.
  6. http://www.area52.cc/news/3295--toy-fair-2013--schumacher.html Reste à attendre.
  7. We are pleased to announce new option parts for the Mi5evo. Firstly a new lightweight more durable front spool. One of the main features is that the spool has steel outputs rather than the slider type interface included in the original kit. These will provide a longer life platform with less expense replacing sliders and not forgetting the lower weight...win...win! All spares available separately. U4731 - Lite Spool Complete - Mi5 + evo U4728 - Lite Spool Steel Outputs (pr) - Mi5 + evo U4729 - Lite Spool Spindle - Mi5 + evo U1633 - SPEED PACK - Small Pins (pk) Secondly these super strong steel gear diff outputs. Again replacing the slider interface making a more cost effective more durable drive system. U4730 - Steel Diff Outputs (pr) - Mi5 + evo With both the spool and diff outputs we recommend using a small amount of either U1300 or U1957 grease on the drive shaft pin/output interface.
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  14. a la yatabe arena lors du warmup
  15. X-Factory Infinity chassis for the Team Associated B5M in Test The small company X-Factory has long been an integral part in the RC scene. True to the motto "Do the Math" included Charles "Chazz" and Paul Sinclair end of 2004, two and three X the Team Losi XX-4 buggies and XXX-4 together and created the X-5, which the excellent chassis of the XX 4 merged with the then-contemporary design of the level for routes built, unloved by many successor. The next major breakthrough came with the X-6, which, inter alia Hupo Hönigl and Ellis Stafford have won numerous championships. The X-6 made from the dominant buggy over the past decade, the Team Associated RC10B4, the first for the competition devised, mass-produced mid-engined Buggy. Unlike the younger Centro conversion of X-6 was not built primarily for systems with extremely much grip, but should also work on conventional Lehmstrecken. Slowly but surely, more and more drivers from the belief come from that on slippery ground only a rear-engined Buggy can function, which is without question one of the achievements of the Sinclair family. Not for nothing is the current slogan, "We made mid-engine work!" - We have managed to make mid-engined cars work! In order to develop ambitious, but economically less attractive projects such as the 4WD Buggy X-7, was the product range Infinity by X-Factory introduced in the summer of 2014 to create the production of tuning parts for vehicles of other manufacturers another mainstay. Meanwhile, shock towers, battery holder, wishbone braces and just looked at the carbon fiber chassis are available. Looking at the development in the 1/10-buggies, so many things seem to go round in circles: experienced with the introduction of the TLR 22 massive aluminum plates a Renaissance, so the opinions about their suitability often go apart. On the one hand bring these light metal plates the weight low, are robust, can be used in conjunction with a front panel made of plastic manufactured inexpensively and by appropriate cutouts not too rigid to work on Lehmstrecken, but then lies dormant, the risk that the plates permanently distort and affect driveability, without the driver the cause can recognize. In a plastic or carbon fiber chassis, this danger does not exist if broken, then broken. In line with this philosophy X-Factory has always used only plastic or carbon fiber chassis, lately, the focus is clearly placed on carbon. Similar to aluminum, this material offers the possibility of influencing the flexibility of the chassis by strategically selected cutouts. If does not reach a equipped with the Infinity chassis B5M to the fully-designed overall package of the X-6 Cubed loud X-Factory, expected to result through the flexible material considerably more grip on slippery surfaces. The package includes in addition to the chassis plate with a bag of nuts, bolts and metal sleeves, a brace for the front of the chassis, two large and small side panels, two X-Factory infinity stickers and a detailed conversion instructions in English. By adhering to the instructions, the conversion is extremely unspectacular vonstatten because all parts fit perfectly. Information on the effects of different settings in vain, as a rough estimate, however, be noted that one further achieved by loosening the rear screw or omission or mounting the front cross brace up more flexibility and therefore more grip. At the end of the manual to indicate to a weight saving of about 70 grams, which I have not checked. In race trim for the LRP Offroad Challenge my car LRP Spin Super, Shorty battery, V2 slipper and two heavy wishbone holders made of brass on the rear axle commuted with the lightweight team Azarashi-body, low-profile power, at 1512 grams one, by no means to be despised. If, in addition, titanium bolts, an aluminum main shaft and the MIP Puck Drive differential, should be able to fall below the official weight specifications effortlessly. Since I've never been a weight fanatics, I was much more excited about the lower torsional stiffness and the resultant driving performance on slippery tracks. The Südring is still under reconstruction would provide ideal conditions for a corresponding test drive, and so it went on 14 May to RCRT Duisburg eV, the organizers of this year's LOC-DM. For the basic setup I oriented myself to the recommendations for slippery tracks from the Australian Team Associated-driver Ray Munday, which was specially developed for the B5M Set-up Guide. Since the Australian routes to Europe more similar than the ironed and treated down to the last US-tracks should be to use the drawn up on the other side of the planet during our latitudes well. According to the area of ​​use, the rear part of the chassis was built as flexible as possible at the beginning. In order to keep the adjustment even when loosened nuts to stress, I put at the top with a pair of used O-rings from the junk box. The underside of the chassis has been protected by the proven chassis Armor of epic1Designs against deceitful stones. On the chassis top, I mounted with double-sided tape a few Lexanwinkel with Velcro as a provisional body mounts to secure the various bodies set up during the race day safely. At the back of the carbon frame while loops are provided for attachment, but these fit not to the existing holes in my cars. The route presented itself objectively from a less beautiful side. As the weather had not always played, the team of RCRT Duisburg eV the extensive construction work was not able to finish in time for the race, and so the ground was extremely uneven and covered with a layer of dust and stones. That the planned jumps were missing, was the pilot of 2WD vehicles have the slightest problem, the short-course racer with the conditions prescribed in the LRP Offroad Challenge tires were even more shaken than the slightly more motorized buggy drivers who with the JConcepts Goosebumps in the green mixture had a proper basis is available. However, the fun layout knew to convince, and so prevailed in the driver's cab, the good mood - except, a car was once again placed by an invisible stone roof. (© Photo: Anja Fuhrmann / Flubber Digital Collection) After from the different also tested that day the bodies Azarashi team had emerged Lepter than ideal, it went to the fine-tuning. Even though I had deliberately chosen the most good-natured body, I wanted a little more steering. Fortunately, agreed theory and practice, and I was by removing the front strut under the small battery holder post a good deal closer to the best possible driveability. A trial basis built Saddle Pack had to give way again, because although the car felt more comfortable, the two runs total half a minute each were slower than the ones I with Shorty battery graduated hatte.Nachdem changes to the damper oil, the suspension travel and the springs more had brought improvements, I put the chassis behind a little stiff, and was given the track conditions more than satisfied. Although I would not call myself a really fast driver, jumped at the end of the day out a second place for me, with the VBC Racing Firebolt DM had gone into the goal before me a mid-engined Buggy. Conclusion With the chassis from the Infinity range X-Factory is the experimental B5M owners a successful tuning possibility of the hand in order to adapt the car even on very slippery surfaces can. To get the most out of the chassis, should certainly some battery charges be necessary, but already in a relatively short time I was able to customize the vehicle perceptible to my needs. For drivers who can not adapt to the driving characteristics of a mid-engined Buggy their gas finger, also the excellent crafted carbon fiber chassis will not overturn the laws of physics, all others who do not shy away from the investment of just under $ 100, should definitely risk one way or another test drive ,