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Old 12-31-2007, 01:35 PM   #3541
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Jason ~ What cells are you runnin' for the birds?
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Old 12-31-2007, 02:19 PM   #3542
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Just about ready to pull the trigger on the kit, seem to have misplaced my ofna toolkit, what size hex is used in the kit? and what size are the wheel nuts?

People around here seem to be useing 48p mainly because they can take more punishment.

I descided on the lrp 2007 and x11 6.5 motor according to lrp rollout should be about 34mm.

78/18 stock tire would be about correct?, and 78/19 as the tires get smaller?

Oh what pinion would be the correct with the spur supplied in the kit might aswell get one of those too.

Wow car is only 250$ but my total is getting close to 1100$ lol

Do i need to order the sensor cable seprate or does it come with the esc or motor? a combo was not awailable, would a 100mm cable be to short?

Would Elite 4500 cells do ok?
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Old 12-31-2007, 02:35 PM   #3543
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Just about ready to pull the trigger on the kit, seem to have misplaced my ofna toolkit, what size hex is used in the kit? and what size are the wheel nuts?
You'll need 1/16, 5/64 (or 2mm), and 3/32 allen drivers. Depending on which pinions you buy (kimbrough come to mind), you might need a .050" allen as well. The front wheel nuts are 3/16.
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You'll need 1/16, 5/64 (or 2mm), and 3/32 allen drivers. Depending on which pinions you buy (kimbrough come to mind), you might need a .050" allen as well. The front wheel nuts are 3/16.
Regardless which pinions are used, that .050 allen is going to be really handy when fitting the battery positioning brace or moving it.
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Old 12-31-2007, 02:40 PM   #3545
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You'll need 1/16, 5/64 (or 2mm), and 3/32 allen drivers. Depending on which pinions you buy (kimbrough come to mind), you might need a .050" allen as well. The front wheel nuts are 3/16.
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Old 12-31-2007, 03:30 PM   #3546
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Jason,

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Old 12-31-2007, 03:42 PM   #3547
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pivot insertion tool..scottrik. Where is that from?
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Old 12-31-2007, 03:58 PM   #3548
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pivot insertion tool..scottrik. Where is that from?
I was referring to the IRS one Adrian mentioned as being online now...along with the balance buttons. The pivot insertion tool is one place I disagree with Niftech...their tool is better than squeezing them in with pliers, but not by much (it's basically a shaped punch). The IRS insertion tool, otoh, is a DELIGHT to use. And cheap too for what it is. I'll never hesitate to recommend it, and if Jason's got 'em all the more reason to load up the cart if you haven't got one.
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Old 12-31-2007, 04:01 PM   #3549
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cool deal bro. Are you going to minnreg? I just got my speedpashion and 10.5 setup. Man that brushless setup is sweet.

yeah. since i haven't run 12th scale since last birds i gotta work with some komodos on gearing and setup. brushless comes later.
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yeah. since i haven't run 12th scale since last birds i gotta work with some komodos on gearing and setup. brushless comes later.
cool deal bro. hit me up when you get there and i will help get you going. That Jack The Gripper stuff was alot different than what i was used to. Once i got it figured out, i actually really liked it.
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Bump!:ti re:
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i'm thinking about making some flat servo mounts for the jr 3650. can anyone recommend a source for plastic or delrin (I rather not start with metal). any suggestions?
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you can get it from McMaster Carr. If you are looking to buy alot i can get you the number of my plastics supplier.
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Jason ~ I got the parts yesterday THANKS!!!!!!
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