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Old 06-14-2015, 06:57 PM   #931
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how do you mod the motor plate
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Old 06-15-2015, 09:22 AM   #932
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Instead of using screw holes in the motor that are directly opposite of each other as is the norm, you can take one screw out of the motor and move the motor further out and away from the spur gear and then drill another hole to utilize another screw hole in the motor that is not opposite, but actually closer together. I hope this makes sense. I am not the best at explaining things and I don't have a photo of it.

I made a crude image to explain it. The approximate area the new hole would be made is shown in red. I hope this helps.


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Old 06-19-2015, 09:54 AM   #933
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Doesn't appear all motors have an extra hole in that location? I'm a bit confused?
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Old 06-22-2015, 06:48 PM   #934
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Doesn't appear all motors have an extra hole in that location? I'm a bit confused?
Most brushed motors don't, but most brushless motors have the extra holes.
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Old 06-22-2015, 07:32 PM   #935
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got a new belt from jhwnissan, and the belt looks good, but having trouble mounting it, has any one run into this before, got an original belt tension off of eBay and original pulley, but still not even close to getting it mounted, picture shows full tension on the belt
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Old 06-23-2015, 09:24 PM   #936
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Anyone have any ideas, do i need a longer belt
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Old 06-24-2015, 07:23 AM   #937
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It should have come with instructions on modifying the tensioner slot. They are a tight fit, but they do stretch after a little running.
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Old 06-24-2015, 09:19 AM   #938
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There is no more stretch to the belt, that's as far as it will go down , motifing the tension slot will not help if it want go down to it
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Got it. Ships today.


I feel a little renewed vigor seeing people still racing. Maybe I won't quit but just adjust my belt selling to seasonally. When do most of you race? Here in Michigan, it was always fall through winter because of the weather. When do you most think about buying for your race seasons?
Sent you an email for belts. Spur adapter would be nice for me also. Where are you guys getting overdrive pulleys. Parts on eBay seem limited
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I feel a little renewed vigor seeing people still racing. Maybe I won't quit but just adjust my belt selling to seasonally. When do most of you race? Here in Michigan, it was always fall through winter because of the weather. When do you most think about buying for your race seasons?
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Old 06-24-2015, 07:00 PM   #941
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Anyone have any ideas, do i need a longer belt
Okay, I'll take a stab at it. Could be several reasons. If you have the over sized diff pulleys and run the spur gear that has the larger belt pulley on it, well that could be a possible cause. Something in your drive train is out of the ordinary as in maybe not stock, but an option part.
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has the original white pulleys and the red 86 losi spur gear, every thing is stock
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Old 06-24-2015, 09:56 PM   #943
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I ran into the same problem. Could not get it to fit either with stock spur gear or spur gear adapter. No room to modify the slot for the screw. As you probably noticed. The fix is to modify the tension arm extending the part the screw fits.

Or buy another belt (I did) from a guy in New York it just fits w/o modfication

Anyone interested in a Losi XXX-S G+? mine is available lotta spares
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I ran into the same problem. Could not get it to fit either with stock spur gear or spur gear adapter. No room to modify the slot for the screw. As you probably noticed. The fix is to modify the tension arm extending the part the screw fits.

Or buy another belt (I did) from a guy in New York it just fits w/o modfication

Anyone interested in a Losi XXX-S G+? mine is available lotta spares
do you have a picture of the modified tension arm that you did
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Wish I did, but I took the easy way out! Main reason is that I did not have a piece of aluminum big enough or thin enough to cut one out. Need to extend the arm where the 2 factory screw holes are to make it longer and add hole for new screw.

May 8, I got a belt from Scott Jaster (smonsterj@hotmail.com) cost 23.49. Do not know if he has anymore.
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