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Old 01-26-2003, 12:07 AM   #5086
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Talking servo saver!!

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Is there a servo saver for the XXXs other than the the stock Losi bit? I think the 414 II will work but it is the same style as the Losi.
Just put some CA glue through it and run it..., Ive done that and have'nt had a problem ,,,This was done almost 2 yr's ago and still working.....that's my 2 cent's!!
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Old 01-26-2003, 12:59 AM   #5087
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Default chassis weight

Hi,

I find that the original xxx-s chassis weight is 200g,
the later graphite chassis is 150g. what about the
G+ chassis ?

anyone attempt to mill to reduce the weight ?

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Old 01-26-2003, 01:06 AM   #5088
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Stlnlst- correction, I haven't finished a main yet and it wasn't the cars fault. I only ran it the one weekend in stockton and if I remember right I was in the A both races with a car I've never run before that, where were you?
I was being hacked by a schumacher driver....remember
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Stlnlst- they were only there on saturday, what's the excuse for sunday?
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Hacked by a YOKOMO!!
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It was a TC3 that day.
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With a dujan way?You know they cant stop.
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I got this from Todd Hodge a couple months back:

"XXX-S with no milling done to it 178 grams XXX-S with milling done to it - 150 grams.

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Old 01-26-2003, 11:14 AM   #5094
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Anyone know the finial drvie for the xxx-s?

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Final drive ratio = primary (spur/pinion) ratio x drive-train ratio (internal)

The drive train ratio ... or internal ratio is 1.83 using standard diff pullies.

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Old 01-26-2003, 02:20 PM   #5096
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With a dujan way?You know they cant stop.
you guys better get use to that word because come the 1st of March he'll really be there.....lol

The guy with the TC3 is a cool dude so it didn't bother me as much as my reactions may have shown. We were both in the Bmain and he was in a zone for that heat. Too bad there were no bump up's.
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I got this from Todd Hodge a couple months back:

"XXX-S with no milling done to it 178 grams XXX-S with milling done to it - 150 grams.
I see. But G+ seems to have more milling done. So, it should
be less than 150 gram.
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Anyone have the correct part numbers for the chassis and shock towers for the G-Plus?
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A-9845 for the rear shock tower and the chassis part number stayed the same, A-9918. We should have the towers in later on this week with a good supply of hub carriers as well.
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Bearing kits? Can one be bought for the XXX-S? Just trying to get my final list of things I want to get my current XXX-S to the Plus edition. It would be great if Losi sold an upgrade kit.

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