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Old 02-20-2009, 07:26 PM   #9106
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These are great batteries:



Losi also has a "30C pack" that is a 4400:

http://www.losi.com/Products/Feature...rodId=LOSB9862
That LOSI pack works really well. And drops right in the Type R.
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I would just have to widen the pulleys for that? Sorry for asking so many questions, I am new to touring car. How about 30C batteries? I am just hoping not to do any mods and just looking for a drop in fit, that is all.
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here is a post I made on how to widen the pulleys, it's not a big deal and will open your possibilities. You don't have to buy new lipos every 2 months like nimh so you might as well get a good pack from the start.
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here is a post I made on how to widen the pulleys, it's not a big deal and will open your possibilities. You don't have to buy new lipos every 2 months like nimh so you might as well get a good pack from the start.
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Old 02-20-2009, 11:42 PM   #9109
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Do you know what are the most commonly used springs on this car? I don't want to buy springs I won't ever use.
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If anyone is in need of thrusts or ceramic balls, we are having a buy 1 get 1 free, + free shipping + you can use reward points to save more money

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Old 02-22-2009, 11:51 AM   #9113
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does anybody know if the orion 3800 fits in without any modifying??
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Old 02-22-2009, 12:40 PM   #9114
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Do you know what are the most commonly used springs on this car? I don't want to buy springs I won't ever use.
What would you use the car for? for rubber tire a set of 12.5's/15's/17.5s/20's should be around where you should be, a bit higher for foam.

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does anybody know if the orion 3800 fits in without any modifying??
You have to widen the pullies and i beleive dremel the bulkhead a little. I'm not too sure though.
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Do you know what are the most commonly used springs on this car? I don't want to buy springs I won't ever use.
David, for foam the car comes with 30 and 17.5 which work great. On occasion I've only really changed to 15lb rear springs. So If you run foam, really you don't need to get anymore, but I find the only thing that usually varies from my base setup is rear shock spring depending on layout.
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What would you use the car for? for rubber tire a set of 12.5's/15's/17.5s/20's should be around where you should be, a bit higher for foam.



You have to widen the pullies and i beleive dremel the bulkhead a little. I'm not too sure though.
what lipos fit without any modding??
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ive seen a few people run the ib 3800 does anybody use this pack in ther type r ?? if so does it require any modding??
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The old orions (3200/4800), the losi lipos (5000 20c/4400 30c)

Those are for sure able to fit, i beleive the trakpower 4900 fits as well as the older 28c SMC 4000, but i'm not 100% sure...
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The old orions (3200/4800), the losi lipos (5000 20c/4400 30c)

Those are for sure able to fit, i beleive the trakpower 4900 fits as well as the older 28c SMC 4000, but i'm not 100% sure...
my pack is

Length: 136mm (5.3")
Width: 47mm (1.85")
Height: 22mm (0.87")


i cant find the measurements on the losi lipos to compare the two
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Another thing to consider would be the location of the leads coming from the pack, most top-exiting leads won't work, but most bullet connecter holes will.

I'll measure my chassis and orion batt to give ya an idea of space needed. I'll be back.
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