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Old 06-06-2014, 10:24 AM   #5086
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Are there any milled motor plates available yet?
Kody just posted the new AE ones on B5nation. They look boss.

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Well i put on ti turnbuckles nova clutch ceramic diff bearings aluminum top shaft and hopefully tweaked all the tuning....First race ever tonight been practicing for 3 weeks once or twice a week. Fingers crossed I don't embarrass myself lol. Thanks to all the great posts and tips on this thread it has helped a lot. Now just need to get a transponder
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Old 06-06-2014, 11:35 AM   #5088
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Kody just posted the new AE ones on B5nation. They look boss.

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=1&theater
I don't know, kinda look like they to go back and come up with some thing more attractive then that...
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Old 06-06-2014, 11:41 AM   #5089
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I don't know, kinda look like they to go back and come up with some thing more attractive then that...
+1 ill keep my solid plate, that doesnt even add alot of cooling surface area, looks more just like a "light-weight-17.5" plate.
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Old 06-06-2014, 11:45 AM   #5090
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Maybe they could just use some Ae graphics to fill the voids ?

Or ?

Laser some detail inside
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Old 06-06-2014, 12:13 PM   #5091
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I think they will look better in person. Having a finned option would probably offer better cooling.
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I'm getting back into racing after 10 years.

If I want nut and hex drivers for wrenching on an RC10B5M what sizes do I need?

2.5mm and 3mm hex

6mm nut?

Am I missing something?
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7 mm nut for wheels
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I'm getting back into racing after 10 years.

If I want nut and hex drivers for wrenching on an RC10B5M what sizes do I need?

2.5mm and 3mm hex

6mm nut?

Am I missing something?
1.5mm & 2mm hex drivers

5.5mm & 7mm nut drivers
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I'm getting back into racing after 10 years.

If I want nut and hex drivers for wrenching on an RC10B5M what sizes do I need?

2.5mm and 3mm hex

6mm nut?

Am I missing something?
No 6mm. They're 5.5 and 7mm.
This is cool for the front shocks. 5.5 mm driver
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No 6mm. They're 5.5 and 7mm.
This is cool for the front shocks. 5.5 mm driver
any 5.5mm socket and thumb ratchet works good too.
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Doh, thank you guys.

I appreciate it!
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7mm and 5.5mm drivers.

2mm and 1.5mm hex drivers. Get mip drivers and save yourself future issues
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Has anyone got they're cut gear sets yet I bought it two weeks ago and still hasn't shipped.
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Just thought I'd log on and see what yall are dremeling this week.

I'm going to try cutting some of the chassis brace out with a pattern following router bit on my router table while I wait for you to ship me the Stadium Truck paid you for Monday.
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