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Old 01-31-2010, 01:23 PM   #2116
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can anyone confirm this. no disrepsect M.
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Fit without problems.

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Old 01-31-2010, 01:30 PM   #2117
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can anyone confirm this. no disrepsect M.
It fits perfect, you don't even need the supplied servo mounts that come with the kit. I installed mine with with longer screws, a couple of washers and some lock nuts.
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It fits perfect, you don't even need the supplied servo mounts that come with the kit. I installed mine with with longer screws, a couple of washers and some lock nuts.
Agreed. Its almost like the servo was sized for the car! Perfect
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Old 01-31-2010, 04:45 PM   #2119
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Hey Guy's

I have a question... I just picked a a used 12r5 what i want to do is I want to run the speedmerchant formula front end off the Rev5 on this car just to experiment.

But the holes dont line up. Does any on have a template where i can cut out the holes for the older front end i could be made out of lexan or anything like that I can drill outthe hole I just need a template or something like that

if anyone can help that would be great.
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Old 01-31-2010, 06:51 PM   #2120
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My car setup is really close. Just need to make the rear pivot a little more.
Any ideas?
Rear setup is.
Red Center spring up in the center 30wt
Blue side springs
Center damper 30wt
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My car setup is really close. Just need to make the rear pivot a little more.
Any ideas?
Rear setup is.
Red Center spring up in the center 30wt
Blue side springs
Center damper 30wt
Your having rotation issues running a red center spring? With 1C lipo I dont know anyone who is running the red spring in stock due to the massive amounts of steering it provides just being to much, have you thought about looking at the other end and run a different tire to get more steering that way out of the car?
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Old 02-01-2010, 12:36 AM   #2122
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is the futaba S9650 a direct fit to the 12r5. or do i need to drill new holes in the chassis to adjust the servo mounting brackets or anything else. thanks in advance.
fits perfect, but the servo saver included is for Airtronics.
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Your having rotation issues running a red center spring? With 1C lipo I dont know anyone who is running the red spring in stock due to the massive amounts of steering it provides just being to much, have you thought about looking at the other end and run a different tire to get more steering that way out of the car?
The front end setup feels really good. very consistent. Thats why I was looking at the rear of the car. The rear just seems to bog down.
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Old 02-01-2010, 04:20 AM   #2124
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fits perfect, but the servo saver included is for Airtronics.
Just buy servo saver for futaba:
from AE #3761, or from BMI: DB530X, or from HB Cyclone 12: 61644.

Cyclone one is bigger but is stronger, for AE or BMI I recomend
this item: Carbon saver brace BMI DB5305.



Hope this helps!

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Kimbrough 114 servo save also fits the S9650
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Old 02-01-2010, 07:26 AM   #2126
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Default digital servo...

can a digital servo be used with an anolog system (transmitter/receiver)?
thanks in advance.
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The front end setup feels really good. very consistent. Thats why I was looking at the rear of the car. The rear just seems to bog down.
Fred - Try gold side springs. It will wake the car up in the corner. Though, you might have to go to softer center spring.

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Old 02-02-2010, 03:41 PM   #2128
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Is there any other supplier of Yokomo other then RC Market, either On-line or any hobby shop in the US were we can buy the 12R5 Rear Brace and Side Spring Holders as listed below.

Yokomo 12R5 Rear Brace Part No. SP4611
Yokomo 12R5 Side Spring Holders Part No. SP4640

Any help would be greatly appreciated.....................Thanks Again!!!

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Yokomo motor mount is for use Yokomo wheel !
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Old 02-02-2010, 04:08 PM   #2130
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Is there any other supplier of Yokomo other then RC Market, either On-line or any hobby shop in the US were we can buy the 12R5 Rear Brace and Side Spring Holders as listed below.

Yokomo 12R5 Rear Brace Part No. SP4611
Yokomo 12R5 Side Spring Holders Part No. SP4640

Any help would be greatly appreciated.....................Thanks Again!!!

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NO DUDE, BUT IM WITH YOU... HAD TO ORDER THE BRACE FROM THEM...but theres a guy on here selling USA made rear braces, wish i had not paid weeks in advance from them....the spring retainers if u really think aluminum is nessacery they have also..a well as the SMC 3.7 5300 wich i thought was a american company, but he has that before us also....dont get it..
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