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Old 08-10-2007, 01:09 AM   #5116
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They can never love you like we can. :-(
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That I will agree with. LOL

So far the Kyosho thread is pretty dead. It may just be me and three or four hommies trying to run the Red Rider!

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Pooky isn't after love... just the occasional one night stand...

What a tart!!
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Old 08-10-2007, 03:57 AM   #5119
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Nah, Sounds like he's just slumming.
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does anyone have any tips for building the LCD or is it just like building any CV style axle?
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does anyone have any tips for building the LCD or is it just like building any CV style axle?
Its pretty much like NO other CV axle. Take your time and use a dab of white grease on the axel and bone where they meet. The parts then slide together. The toughest part is getting the shrink centered before you heat it. You want to make sure the pins are covered but you don't want much if any excess hanging off the ends. Most of the time you will have some excess so just use your X-Acto knife and trim it off even with the edge of the coupler. Good Luck.

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Here-Here Now!!!

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To whomever is responsible for bringing the weighted LiPo tray to market, my sincerest thanks. Losi's support for fringe customers is really appreciated.
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I got mine yesterday. I haven't checked the cars balance yet. I'm glad I don't have to mess with the brass bar I made to work with the 3200 batts. I thought about polishing mine. Would that be pimp or what?
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Its pretty much like NO other CV axle. Take your time and use a dab of white grease on the axel and bone where they meet. The parts then slide together. The toughest part is getting the shrink centered before you heat it. You want to make sure the pins are covered but you don't want much if any excess hanging off the ends. Most of the time you will have some excess so just use your X-Acto knife and trim it off even with the edge of the coupler. Good Luck.

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I just take the piece of shrink they give you cut it in half, center it on both and heat it up. Some will hang off both sides. Once its shrunk take a sharp exacto and cut the shrink right along the cylinder part on both sides. Then heat slightly again to get it to tighten up slightly more. Then your ready to have NO chatter.
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Old 08-10-2007, 08:30 PM   #5129
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I got mine yesterday. I haven't checked the cars balance yet. I'm glad I don't have to mess with the brass bar I made to work with the 3200 batts. I thought about polishing mine. Would that be pimp or what?
Oooh, polished would be neat.

It appears to be thicker, so if you're using, say, an Orion 4800, it will sit up right against the bulkheads in the rear. You'll need to trim down the foam supports to keep it from being a tight fit.
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depending on the type of steel it is, polishing it will only look good for a little bit before it starts to get surface rust.
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