Hey mate it's my Fiance's camera, it's a Canon EOS 50D, it doesn't have video but it takes nice pics. I have no idea how to use it I just point it at toy cars and shoot!
I got the newly leafed 'yoda out today, it's great driving a leafed rig! I used RC4WD reds though (because they were the first thing I found in the shed!) and even with another leaf added they are way too soft. I've got some Bruiser springs to try next....
Thanks, man! It's the HILift leafs we used. They fit nice. The Tundra leafs are a bunch shorter than the Hilift ones, but I don't know how they compare to the Bruiser units.
Now if only I can figure out how to get all that nice weathering on my Yota, it's going to be a great year! Your rig here is such an inspiration!
The tamiya bruiser leafs are harder than the rc4wd bruiseraptor one with the same lenght.
Tamiya hilux and Ford leafs are the same and a bit hard..
You may use the soft (Black) rc4wd leaf with two or more sheets..
The reason for this because if you go too soft you need an antiwrap bar instead you Will close the leafs as a book;-)
Tundra's are shorter and the same strenght of hilux one..
Ps tamiya leafs seems to made with bettere iron then rc4wd's..
Ciao hope this Will help you