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Old 02-15-2008, 12:43 PM   #6541
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YOu would think that the 3200 would not be anywhere near as good as the 3600, but from what ive heard they are about equal, except for the fact that the 3600 is hard to fit.
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eh, it's for stock club racing anyway.
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Old 02-15-2008, 03:46 PM   #6543
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i've ran the 3200 orion pack with my 3.5 orion motor with no problems at all , also i have no problems getting 6 minutes out of it either.
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what ratio you running?
my buddy tride the 3.6 with the orion 3200 and got like 2 laps before it smoked his lipo...i dont know if he did something wrong or what...but i was just curious so i can pass the info to him.
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Old 02-15-2008, 04:30 PM   #6544
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guess i'll go with the 3200's since they're a direct fit. and i'll save a few buchs too.

should still be a big step up from my 2 year old IB3600's...
Why not just go the 4800 - fits like a glove & waay more runtime
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Old 02-15-2008, 05:13 PM   #6545
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YOu would think that the 3200 would not be anywhere near as good as the 3600, but from what ive heard they are about equal, except for the fact that the 3600 is hard to fit.
Get the Core Lipo and get the steel tray from BigMike at our track. Your car will be at legal weight and have mad power. I can help you get it to fit on your car.
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Old 02-15-2008, 08:26 PM   #6546
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Get the Core Lipo and get the steel tray from BigMike at our track. Your car will be at legal weight and have mad power. I can help you get it to fit on your car.

Is the Core a hard case lipo n do you have to mod anything to get it to fit right? Have any pics of it in your car?
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you have to remove some material from the sides so they don't touch the pulleys. I'll see what I can do about the pics.
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marcos,
what ratio you running?
my buddy tride the 3.6 with the orion 3200 and got like 2 laps before it smoked his lipo...i dont know if he did something wrong or what...but i was just curious so i can pass the info to him.
im sure there was something else wrong with that pack , i gear my 3.5 at a 9.75 fdr and i set my radio timer to 5 minutes when i practice and i actuall went 6 minutes before i stopped, when I recharged the lipo pack it only took 2750mah to be fully charged.
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Is the Core a hard case lipo n do you have to mod anything to get it to fit right? Have any pics of it in your car?
just need to trim a little bit th clear the pulleys or just run a few packs and it will take it off for you
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Is the Core a hard case lipo n do you have to mod anything to get it to fit right? Have any pics of it in your car?
hope this helps!

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Old 02-16-2008, 09:39 AM   #6551
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Hi All

Just recently fitted the one way to my type R would you believe my first race out the drive cup broke off completely on one side has anyone else had this problem? the principle of the one way is good but to rely on a small screw to support the load on the drive cup doesn't make sense.

I know there are replacement drive cups avaliable but is there a titanium version avaliable?
Anyone had any problems with a one way?

Also the piston colours does anyone know the small hole sizes of each colour?
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Old 02-16-2008, 09:58 AM   #6552
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Hey just curious. I started building a new kit and received two of the same upper bulk head pieces. Did this happen to anyone and did you have any problems getting the problem fixed thru Losi? Thanks.
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hope this helps!

reason I asked is if someone runs it at Nats Im wondering if it will cause a issue....
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reason I asked is if someone runs it at Nats Im wondering if it will cause a issue....
i dont think so but to be on the safe side just run a few packs on the car with the battery pask and it will rub and it may take about a hair to clear the pulley its not much at all!! , i mean how mush protection you want when the lipo is in the middle of the car and maybe almost impossible to get damaged if you get hit from the side!! unless the other car has a bayonet in front of it
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Hey just curious. I started building a new kit and received two of the same upper bulk head pieces. Did this happen to anyone and did you have any problems getting the problem fixed thru Losi? Thanks.
Losi is quick about getting mistaken parts taken care of. This is one of the nice aspects of buying from a company with good parts support!
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