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Old 10-16-2003, 08:16 PM   #7396
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Looking for trinity part number for a motor mount heat sink that was used for the street weapon. This is the one that has a huge blue heat sink attached to the motor mount and can be used w/ the xxxs. Been looking for this mount and cant find the part number.

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do you mean this??...it's not blue but red..haven't seen one with blue color...here's the link..i dunno if thats the one ur looking for

http://dynamiterc.com/Products/Detai...ductID=DYN6820
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akrcracer: It will move the motor out a little..

I have a one of them from my xx4, let me see how much it moves it...

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Old 10-16-2003, 08:53 PM   #7398
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Anyone having a harder time setting there losi up on the asphault than lets say a x-ray guy or yokomo guy, seems I have to work alot harder on the asphault than those fella racer, most of the guys here run the x-ray's or tc3's. Just wondering if it true nature is the carpet and to stick to carpet.
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Old 10-16-2003, 08:58 PM   #7399
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are you using a one-way? that really seemed to keep the speed up in the corner. the setup i used and worked excellent for me was the Greg Hodapp asphalt nats setup on the losi website. that should get you started.
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Anyone having a harder time setting there losi up on the asphault than lets say a x-ray guy or yokomo guy, seems I have to work alot harder on the asphault than those fella racer, most of the guys here run the x-ray's or tc3's. Just wondering if it true nature is the carpet and to stick to carpet.

nope. i run exclusively on asphalt now, and can definitely say, my xxxs handles great.

i run todd hodge's socal set-up with a few variations, like the rear spring. try it out.
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Old 10-16-2003, 09:03 PM   #7401
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luke, u usin the hodge setup this winter?
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Old 10-16-2003, 09:31 PM   #7402
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i use the hodge setup for rubber carpet but now i run foamies so im trying out a custom that im told works well.
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thank you all, I will check that out.
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Old 10-17-2003, 05:29 AM   #7404
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Has anybody tried the rear steel out drives ? any improvement?
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Old 10-17-2003, 08:33 AM   #7405
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Default Re: trinity motor heatsink

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Looking for trinity part number for a motor mount heat sink that was used for the street weapon. This is the one that has a huge blue heat sink attached to the motor mount and can be used w/ the xxxs. Been looking for this mount and cant find the part number.

thanks in advance
I think the part number is "TK3068", I found it on the Trinity page. I have one, it is very cool. I did though cut on it a bit so the holes in the side of the can are not covered so the air flow is not changed.
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Old 10-18-2003, 01:03 AM   #7406
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Anyone have a problem with the Losi one-way bearings? I have a brand new one way and when I installed it the right one doesnt spin freely as well as the left one. Any ideas? Thanks!
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I would think that right side don`t sits right. Cheack the screws again and thighten them carefully
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Anyone have a problem with the Losi one-way bearings? I have a brand new one way and when I installed it the right one doesnt spin freely as well as the left one. Any ideas? Thanks!

just a suggestion, check if you have tightened to halves correctly... i made this mistake and it caused a bind.

if all else fails, maybe you just need to re-lube the one-way bearing, after a while it'll free up.
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could anyone tell me whats the diffrents between piston 56, 60,57 and so on?
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could anyone tell me whats the diffrents between piston 56, 60,57 and so on?

the smaller the number the bigger the hole.

... also the number denotes the drill bit that corresponds to the bore diameter.
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