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Old 07-18-2014, 01:31 PM   #3706
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i re-read my post and i mis-typed. i bought the factory team standoffs and caps for my B5M and i put the stock plastic B5M standoffs and caps on my D413.

i am curious about your setup. you used aluminum factory team caps on your D413 shocks? what o-ring did you use?
I used the associated b5m plastic caps ,plastic standoffs and a yokomo shock cap 0 ring I had laying around it worked fine, I think any standard 12 mm shock oring will work Do not use the aluminum associated caps they will not thread all the way down .
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Old 07-18-2014, 03:51 PM   #3707
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JP would it be possible to see a pic of your RSX? I am doing my wiring right now and am a freak about clean looking and the capacitor is a pain, with my RS gen2 in my B5M I layed it over towards the body but if run the fan on the RSX it must go behind your help is much appreciated!
This is yzracer758 out of office reply. Cap is ran under the motor/battery wires and off the posts as best as possible.
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Old 07-18-2014, 05:11 PM   #3708
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heres race 4 in the wednesday's point series ....i upped front shock oil to 45w and blue associated springs....was so nervous you wouldnt believe it...had 3 other racers that can be very fast....i had pole, but nerves got the best of me, and i overshot the triple by a mile, and then the tabletop...landed me number 6 out of 7 arghh...but luck smiled upon me and i ended up winning....this would not have been possible without the D413 and josh's superb setup...thanks !

during practice before the race i tried new HB pink beams/fullslot...it added time to my laps, so i went back to rear tires that are nearly bald in the middle, and fronts where you can barely feel the ribs, this gave me the push i am used to and lap times fell, i managed a 15.3sec inbetween low 17's, and then a 15.9...mondrell with his crazy fast b44.2 (with gear diff's) managed a 15.6 during qualifying !!!

ohh and dirt webs megasoft are almost as good as the beams, now that the whole of USA is out of Beams arghhhh !

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Old 07-18-2014, 05:20 PM   #3709
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This is yzracer758 out of office reply. Cap is ran under the motor/battery wires and off the posts as best as possible.
thanks so much, yup that's kinda naturally where it ended just like yours! although I wish I could have seen your picture before I soldered I may have layed the wires on the posts, but I always like to use shrink tube, hopefully I kept everything tight enough to fit under the body which I don't have (out being painted) thanks again for your help!
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Old 07-18-2014, 05:21 PM   #3710
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I have a set of beams if you need them. Pm me
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Old 07-18-2014, 05:22 PM   #3711
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This is yzracer758 out of office reply. Cap is ran under the motor/battery wires and off the posts as best as possible.
sorry also one more thing no need for fan?
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sorry also one more thing no need for fan?
Runs nice and cool with no fan.
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Anyone rig a way so the body can be somewhat velco'd for a more snug fit? My proline body fits odd... Might have received a rotten one.
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Here's how Ty does it.
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Old 07-19-2014, 08:03 AM   #3716
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Just a heads up, absolute hobbyz has D413 in stock ready to ship. You can use the $25 coupon too, and his fedex home delivery option is basically overnight shipping to anyone within a few hour drive of jersey and it's like $13
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Oh and He's got 17 and a lot of parts.
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Just a heads up, absolute hobbyz has D413 in stock ready to ship. You can use the $25 coupon too, and his fedex home delivery option is basically overnight shipping to anyone within a few hour drive of jersey and it's like $13
What's the coupon code?
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Just ordered mine, thanks guys
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