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Old 07-22-2007, 01:35 PM   #46
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My Core LiPo will fit, right
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One thing I really like about this design that I haven't seen mentioned yet is the rear pivot mount is bolted to the rear pod and not to the chassis like all the other link cars...why does this matter you ask? Well with the pivot mount bolted to the rear pod it then moves with the rear pod. So you can move the motor all the way foward and not have to worry about it rubbing on the pivot and causing binding or tweaking.
i also forgot to mention that the rear pivot balls are broached to fit a hex wrench to allow you to tighten them down during assembly.
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My Core LiPo will fit, right
yes,without removing the shock either punk.
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i also forgot to mention that the rear pivot balls are broached to fit a hex wrench to allow you to tighten them down during assembly.
That makes me (happy tears)!!!
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Old 07-22-2007, 03:24 PM   #52
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am i gonna need to grind down the pod to fit my preferred gearing like the t-bar cars?
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Old 07-22-2007, 03:31 PM   #53
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Are the battery slots beveled?
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Old 07-22-2007, 03:47 PM   #54
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am i gonna need to grind down the pod to fit my preferred gearing like the t-bar cars?

it has a TON of room for large pinions.i will check but it looks like we can fit 45/88
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Are the battery slots beveled?
i will need to look into that.i want to include as many high performance things that i can that will actually improve the cars performance.this may be an area where i need to sacrifice to keep the cost down.to bevel the battery slots like i have done on all my kits in the past will require an extra operation with machining.if i have room i will do it but with all of the expensive upgrades i am putting in the kit it may be tough to include that.i will try though
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Jason:

Hi,

Did you get my e mail?????

also waiting on the DB10R........


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Hi,

Where can I see this core LiPo pack?????? and where can I buy them???????

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Schumacher sells the Core LiPo. Its a 5000mah 7.4v LiPo battery in a hard shell. There is a thread about it here in the on road forum.
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Thanks, I'll read it.
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i am developing new servo mounts that will allow you to run the servo flat or angled.the car will come with my asphalt setup and the carpet setup we used for testing.both setups work extremely well.i will put together some pics tommorow to go in depth with an explination on our new rear suspension system.it is very unique and is extremely durable.my car has not seen a tweak station since february and is still tweak free.
Hey Jason,
will these servo mounts be availible seperatey, if so I would like a set, along with the rear pod.
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