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Old 08-28-2001, 11:06 AM   #151
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hmmmm thanx I always wondered what that was for ....j/k
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I got installed the Blue aluminum Lower Center of Gravity motor mount for the XX4 and SW and that does a good job of allowing the motor to cool down. A heatsink would be a good combo to add to that.
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Yep, that is it.

Works alot better than the clip on heatsinks.
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Old 08-28-2001, 11:09 AM   #154
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I got installed the Blue aluminum Lower Center of Gravity motor mount for the XX4 and SW
I have no idea what that is.. lol

I'll look into it ,Thanks.
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Old 08-28-2001, 11:13 AM   #155
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TK3068 Blue Aluminum Lowered Motor Mount Heat Sink $14.99

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Old 08-28-2001, 11:28 AM   #156
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Ok Thanks! I'll add that on my list of stuff to get.

Gotta sell my Pro2 before i can get anymore RC stuff lol
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Old 08-28-2001, 12:09 PM   #157
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I should add that the 3mmx6mm Motor Screws will not fit. I had to go buy 3mmx8mm Motor Screws so that it fits properly
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Old 08-28-2001, 12:10 PM   #158
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mark i see you also owned a ft tc3....by the lexan trans mount and the transpponder
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matt - prolly ...lol.. but you can get the mount seperate. I think we accually have the lexan mount at my lhs... we did at one point anyways. I almost got it when i built my XXX-S.. but i made my own. Yours looks kinda cool though..
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Old 08-28-2001, 12:38 PM   #160
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Just got my Quantum and all I got to say is wow....it is small and nice. can't wait to see my Computer tonight so I can buy 6 packs of 3000 SMH and slap my TI 8 turn Single in t .
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mine is froma mugen.....i dant know wich though
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do you actually slide the motor into the (street weapon) heatsink?
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no..it is just like the XXX-S motor plate. same cutout and holes. it just has a 2mm gap beteween the front of the plate and the motor for air to get in front of the motor and there are 3 aluminum strips that comeout to support the motor and allow it to cool by dispating heat. It is not really needed but a guy at my track was running it with is Motor and says it helps with cooling. He also had the XX4\SW Outdrive Covers and the Shock aluminum supports and some other parts for the XX4\SW.

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mark i see you also owned a ft tc3....by the lexan trans mount and the transpponder
Yep, I retired the TC3 a long time ago. I did like the transponder mount well enough to use it on this car
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do you actually slide the motor into the (street weapon) heatsink?
For the heatsink that I have pictured, yes the motor does slide into the heatsink .
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