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Old 09-08-2001, 07:04 PM   #331
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shuie..that is what i did....just screw it to the diff cover...it works fine...
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Old 09-08-2001, 07:15 PM   #332
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Thanks Mr. Losi. So does yours bend down toward the front of the chassis away from the posts? Any chance you could shoot me a pick of yours or give me an idea what size screws you used?
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Old 09-08-2001, 07:18 PM   #333
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3/8 inch...it bends....
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Old 09-08-2001, 07:23 PM   #334
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Thanks again........4/40 by 3/8th's?
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Old 09-08-2001, 09:47 PM   #335
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yes, those are the ones...
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Old 09-09-2001, 12:22 AM   #336
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You are correct on the Trinity Gear adaptor. pn# TMF-1117.
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Old 09-09-2001, 09:14 AM   #337
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SirSpeedy, do u have the rest of the new MF part# and can u post them?
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Old 09-09-2001, 10:59 AM   #338
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XXX-S owners,
Anyone run the car on carpet with foams? Does it need any modification parts or is the car pretty good out of the box? How is it compared to a TC3? Thanks everyone.
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TY - All you need to do is stiffen it up. Check ou the losi site and start with the carpet setup. It's pretty good. as compared to the TC3..let's just say you will be very impressed.
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Ty - The car is absolutely fantastic on carpet. No problems in keeping up with the TC3's. Check out my earlier posts for a good stock sedan set up with foams.
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A little update on the Aluminum CVDs.

If you break the front suspension, you WILL tear up the Aluminum dogbone.

The place where it breaks is where the pin goes through the bone and the axle. I hit a board today and broke a steering hub and this is when the cvd bone got messed up.

Now, granted, I shouldn't of hit the board but things happen.

BTW, this is the first time I have broken any pieces on the car.
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Old 09-09-2001, 08:21 PM   #342
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rcspeed-

Sorry, that is the only PN I got. I have had my car since the 'nats, and running is weekly, have not broken anything. So that is all I was really interested in. Everything else is just added wieght.
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Old 09-09-2001, 08:38 PM   #343
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I have the whole list in front of me right now. Put "TMF" in front of all the PN's for the full PN.

1100 - Red foam bumper
1101 graphite bumper brace
1102 Heatsink Battery hold-down
1103 Battery hold-down posts (2)
1104 Al motor clamp
1105 - Sus A-arm mounts, 0/4 & 2
1107 Front Sus. Arm rear mounts L & R
1108 Rear Sus arm mounts 0/4 & 2
1110 Rear usupension arm front mounts L & R
1111 motor heatsink
1112 Servo mounts
1113 steering brace
1114 Wheel adaptors ( std hex ) 4
1115 Rear carriers, 2
1116 Shock bushings
1117 Gear adaptor
1118 Frnt spindles
1119 steering bellcranks
1120 motor mount

That took a long time to type.. lol
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Ty - The car is absolutely fantastic on carpet. No problems in keeping up with the TC3's. Check out my earlier posts for a good stock sedan set up with foams.
I don't know about carpet, but on asphault...... my TC3 is faster then my XXX-S.........

I ran the xxx-s in a race today........ it was slow even geared the same as my TC3...........

I was able to run faster lap times with my TC3, then with the XXX-S......

I am not saying that the XXX-s was slow, I was right with the front 2 guys all thru the race..........

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troy...that was why i did not put all the info in...i heald back...

wolverine....what setup did you have in the xxx-s????cause it should be just as fast as a tc3, iif not better...
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