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Old 07-01-2014, 09:57 PM   #5686
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cool, I will install an o ring and see how it looks.
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Old 07-01-2014, 10:00 PM   #5687
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tried the plastic losi horn but no success. dremmeled my assoc horn and it should work fine as long as it can hold up now that it is thinner.
Micah, you need to put spacers inside the horn, they need to be small enough to fit inside the teeth and 3 mil screw pass through. In-between the horn and the servo output shaft. I used about a 1/2 mil to push the horn away from the servo.
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Old 07-02-2014, 02:22 AM   #5688
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Micah, you need to put spacers inside the horn, they need to be small enough to fit inside the teeth and 3 mil screw pass through. In-between the horn and the servo output shaft. I used about a 1/2 mil to push the horn away from the servo.
I'll try to put up a pic tomorrow.

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thanks for another great idea.
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I wanted to ask how many of you are using the clamping front hexes & axles? Also is anybody else experiencing a not so smooth gritty movement in the front axles? I tried the fix that was posted on b5 nation a while ago involving the traxxas spacers to no avail.
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Old 07-02-2014, 08:03 AM   #5690
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nice
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Old 07-02-2014, 08:29 AM   #5691
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I wanted to ask how many of you are using the clamping front hexes & axles? Also is anybody else experiencing a not so smooth gritty movement in the front axles? I tried the fix that was posted on b5 nation a while ago involving the traxxas spacers to no avail.
pick up new set of crush tubes , Ae made a running change and adjusted their size.
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has anyone tried any of the ST racing parts?
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pick up new set of crush tubes , Ae made a running change and adjusted their size.
what all parts did the up date?
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what all parts did the up date?
axle crush tubes & wing mounts are the only parts I believe Ae has made a running change with thus far.
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http://www.redrc.net/2014/07/exotek-...ex/#more-83231

What's taking jc so long to make this stuff?
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are the hexes a different offset than stock?
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I really only want the wings mounts!

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axle crush tubes & wing mounts are the only parts I believe Ae has made a running change with thus far.
What was updated on the wing mounts?
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Improved space or a longer mount for the wing & body clip...
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I wanted to ask how many of you are using the clamping front hexes & axles? Also is anybody else experiencing a not so smooth gritty movement in the front axles? I tried the fix that was posted on b5 nation a while ago involving the traxxas spacers to no avail.
I'm running them. They work great. Nice to not have to worry about axles falling off.

Bearings- 1st set died on me with the old steel axles

Got some new bearings from advantage hobby those are holding up great.

Also got some schelle bearings to try shortly.
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