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Old 10-18-2007, 12:07 AM   #5746
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what is the part # for a spool or a diff, and will they interchange with the jrxs pro? not type R.
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Old 10-18-2007, 01:36 AM   #5747
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Old 10-18-2007, 09:17 AM   #5749
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Does anybody have trouble with their NiMH cells rubbing against the rear bulkheads when inserting and removing the batteries? I think maybe it's karma, I'm pretty sure these batteries hate me.
I did have that exact problem till I swapped battery trays with my spare R, and the problem disappeared! It has something to do with the molding tolerances of the plastic. I have since ordered another 2 battery tray sets, in hope that there will be at least another tray that will be good!
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I did have that exact problem till I swapped battery trays with my spare R, and the problem disappeared! It has something to do with the molding tolerances of the plastic. I have since ordered another 2 battery tray sets, in hope that there will be at least another tray that will be good!
I'll try that and see, I have a second one somewhere. Does anybody use the CF tray that Losi sells?
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I had one on order since forever, but as I'm in Australia, things take a little while longer to get here....

I would say that it will be better, as you can insert the pack first, then the carbon tray after. No more fiddling around with getting the pack and the tray in at the same time.... or you could just hack the 'ears' off the plastic tray?
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Does anybody have trouble with their NiMH cells rubbing against the rear bulkheads when inserting and removing the batteries? I think maybe it's karma, I'm pretty sure these batteries hate me.
What are NiMH cells?
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anyone has a good rollout for orion 10.5?
track is about 100x60
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anyone has a good rollout for orion 10.5?
track is about 100x60
with the 10.5 Orion motor advance the timming 1mm counter clockwise and gear it around a 5.00FDR

with foams around a 39mm
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39???!!!!!!!! holy geez what spur do you use? tried 128 motor won't fit so I tried 112.... plus I have a adaptor so any size is ok.. I was thinking 112 or 108
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what spurs are you guy with 10.5's running?
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39???!!!!!!!! holy geez what spur do you use? tried 128 motor won't fit so I tried 112.... plus I have a adaptor so any size is ok.. I was thinking 112 or 108
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so your using the prs adaptor? and like a 45 pinion or so?
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so your using the prs adaptor? and like a 45 pinion or so?
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