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Old 01-28-2003, 03:35 AM   #1
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Default Just Finished X-Ray T1 Evo 2

I have just finished putting together my x-ray t-1 evo2. Its my first electric

Novak Gt7
Novak XXL 75mhz
Futaba 9451
Trinity P2K2 Pro
Lrp Pulsar Pro Charger
12gauge Deans Wet Noodle and connectors

I must say that assembling the chassis was easier than assembling a nitro chassis(mtx-2) but soldering the batteries and esc was time cosuming. In all truth it took me longer to completely build the x-ray than the mtx-2. Also Getting started in nitro was definitely cheaper than getting started in Electric. Well Anyway just had to let someone know I've finished since it is 4:30 A.M. and my bro is sleep, his losi xxx- graphite plus comes in tommorrow.

One quick question though, is okay to put receivier directly aton the steering servo. Please help.
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Old 01-28-2003, 04:28 AM   #2
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Thumbs up T1 Evo

I use my receiver (Sanwa rx-211) upper the servo and it works well No broblem at all, when you place it that way.
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