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Old 08-05-2009, 09:28 AM   #1756
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I wasn't able to link to the page as I am a noob.
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Old 08-05-2009, 01:43 PM   #1757
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Cut and paste.
It looks like there are forum settings that restrict users with low post counts from making posts with urls embedded.


Anyway, back on topic... titanium spools shouldn't be too pricey... the TR ones are GBP25. I would expect the TOP ones to be 15-20 for the ally ones knowing what UK prices are like compared to the US

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Old 08-05-2009, 04:35 PM   #1758
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The spool looks nice but very pricey.
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Old 08-05-2009, 05:58 PM   #1759
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Anyone having spool issues, I urge you to please try the wood screws that EJ suggested, a friend and I both have had zero issues since using this little trick that cost 1.29 for 8 screws.
I agreed
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so are these the newer version of the spools or are they the same ones that
was sent out aready???
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Old 08-05-2009, 07:26 PM   #1761
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so are these the newer version of the spools or are they the same ones that
was sent out aready???
Newer version is the V2 right now...
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I tried a few more things on my car last night and had it working very nicely indeed. Rather than list everything I've posted my setup here

I found the car is extremely responsive to RC changes, e.g at 2.5mm under the camber link at the front the car was a bit understeery, 3.5 had a lot more grip but a bit too much roll, and 3mm was just right.
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Use a #5 x 5/8" wood screw, not pretty but effective. NOTE: You have to trim about 1.5-2mm from the end of each screw so they don't hit inside the spool, if they hit you won't get the outdrives tight against the spool. The screws we use are phillips button head screws

i went to my local hobby shop today and they don't have this wood screw, they only have #4 and #6, so where can i find this wood screw? i appreciate your help, thankz....
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i went to my local hobby shop today and they don't have this wood screw, they only have #4 and #6, so where can i find this wood screw? i appreciate your help, thankz....
Your local hardware store should have screws like that
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Your local hardware store should have screws like that

ok, thankz i might gonna check tomorrow in home depot....thankz again.....
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ok, thankz i might gonna check tomorrow in home depot....thankz again.....
Home Depot and Lowe's won't have the #5 wood screw they only have #4 and #6 I looked all day yesterday E.J. tole me they got them at Orchard supply warehouse
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Or shop at the king of hardware stores:
http://www.mcmaster.com/#tapping-screws/=32k4ri
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Home Depot and Lowe's won't have the #5 wood screw they only have #4 and #6 I looked all day yesterday E.J. tole me they got them at Orchard supply warehouse
ok, but the problem is, i dont know if there's orchard here in my area, cuz i never hear' them before, thankz for the info....
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Anyone know of any shops selling the Photon online, yet?
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ok, but the problem is, i dont know if there's orchard here in my area, cuz i never hear' them before, thankz for the info....
I live in the midwest and no orchards here mrrcguy gave me a little tip the screws that come in the kit are actually too long so i cut 2mm of each screw and now they get nice and snug feel really tight which they didnt before thanks Q
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