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Old 12-03-2003, 10:10 PM   #2866
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I use the schumacher battery holders and they just work great.
any body work involved to use these? i really dont want to start hacking/drilling at my chassis just yet!
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Old 12-04-2003, 03:41 AM   #2867
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nothing to do at all, just fix them using the hole for the tape.

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Old 12-04-2003, 03:52 AM   #2868
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like that
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Old 12-04-2003, 11:59 AM   #2869
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That looks cool.
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the RC LAB ones work perfect!!
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Old 12-04-2003, 04:12 PM   #2871
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Thanks Cobra, that looks very neat and tidy. trouble is, i've gotta now try and track down those parts would you know the part number for it?


EVO_UK, any pics of the rclab one? or a url link?
cheers.

anyone know the transponder holder part number?

last question: does anyone know where i can get a plastic rear diff cover because i race on carpet and those little bits of fibre gets stuck in my ball diff and really clogs up the diff action after a nights racing
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Old 12-04-2003, 04:26 PM   #2872
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you guys can try the X-ray carbon battery strap.... it looks nice and it's a good fit.
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Old 12-04-2003, 04:56 PM   #2873
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Thanks Cobra, that looks very neat and tidy. trouble is, i've gotta now try and track down those parts would you know the part number for it?


EVO_UK, any pics of the rclab one? or a url link?
cheers.

anyone know the transponder holder part number?

last question: does anyone know where i can get a plastic rear diff cover because i race on carpet and those little bits of fibre gets stuck in my ball diff and really clogs up the diff action after a nights racing
I have no idea of the part number, check on the schumacher web site or ask your LHS...

R10 has nice decals that fits the diffs pulleys to prevent it, they're from Team Atlas.
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Old 12-04-2003, 05:52 PM   #2874
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Cobra:

decals (to confirm, you mean stickers right?) that fit on pulleys to reduce fibres from carpet...how do they work? stick them on the bulk heads to enclose the whole diff??
cheers mate. you've been a great help!
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yeah stickers. No they're just a ring external diameter is the same as the one of the pulley and the internal is sligthly bigger than the one of the outdrive and you stick them to the pulley, so it works more or less like the X-Ray ones and the dirt hardly comes in. Only thing is that when you want to clean your pulley while rebuilding the diff it's better to take them out and then put a new one. I think they're 600Y for 2 diffs so it's not that expensive.
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Wow i have never seen a bigger batch of whingers ever, i have just tried to dredge though the last 6-7 pages and it is full of crap.

I have just acquired a beautiful 414 WCR with SSG, i was looking for some baseline setups for outdoor, asphalt, parking lot style tracks on foam. Can anyone help?
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you might look here... he seems to have a number of 414 setups.
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yeah stickers. No they're just a ring external diameter is the same as the one of the pulley and the internal is sligthly bigger than the one of the outdrive and you stick them to the pulley, so it works more or less like the X-Ray ones and the dirt hardly comes in. Only thing is that when you want to clean your pulley while rebuilding the diff it's better to take them out and then put a new one. I think they're 600Y for 2 diffs so it's not that expensive.
thanks Cobra! again you have enlightened me! hehehe
cheers mate.
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i know this has been asked a million times on this forum

i dont really feel like diggint it out



do the evo 3 suspension blocks fit the 414mII

and do they still scrape the chassis?
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Yes, the Evo3 suspension blocks fit the 414MII.
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