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Old 01-13-2005, 04:40 PM   #12646
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Thanks for the tip but you're right, after figuring in shipping, it's the same as buying local.

Anyone used a spool in the front like the one IRS offers?
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Old 01-13-2005, 07:48 PM   #12647
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Hey just want to know if anyone has the dynamite belt cover? Is it different then the one that comes with ghaphite conversion?

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Old 01-13-2005, 08:07 PM   #12648
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Hey just want to know if anyone has the dynamite belt cover? Is it different then the one that comes with ghaphite conversion?
I try to make it so I don't see the bottom of the car too often.
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Old 01-13-2005, 08:27 PM   #12649
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Your CVDs are binding from excessive cvd angles. You need to glue a washer to the spindle to limit the amount the spindles can crank. Then make some setup changes to get the car to have a little more steering.
Does anyone with AIM know how to do this? I just dont wanna do it wrong. Someone please hit me up.

And yea i have the CF bottom cover.. Cant tell a difference..
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Old 01-13-2005, 08:33 PM   #12650
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Thanks for the tip but you're right, after figuring in shipping, it's the same as buying local.

Anyone used a spool in the front like the one IRS offers?
I've used the stock spool it has great on power rip out of the corners but not a lot of turn in on asphalt. I'd really recommend it for carpet. Personally I run a one way on asphalt. If you're on carpet use the IRS spool other wise the stress will kill the stock outdrives.
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Old 01-14-2005, 08:01 AM   #12651
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I try to make it so I don't see the bottom of the car too often.
Really? ...humm ....j/k
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Old 01-14-2005, 08:55 PM   #12652
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Really? ...humm ....j/k
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What? I ONLY suffered three traction rolls on Saturday. Unfortunately, they were all during the race. Sunday...none.

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Old 01-14-2005, 10:24 PM   #12653
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What? I ONLY suffered three traction rolls on Saturday. Unfortunately, they were all during the race. Sunday...none.

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You should have only suffered "ZERO" traction rolls.
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You should have only suffered "ZERO" traction rolls.
I did...AFTER I glued the side walls and went up to the next stiffer spring on the rear.

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in non-offset hubs in the molded graphite? I can't find them anywhere. Only in the XXX-S kit. Anyone have the part #?
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in non-offset hubs in the molded graphite? I can't find them anywhere. Only in the XXX-S kit. Anyone have the part #?
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They are Part No. LOSA9847. If you can't get them, I have a couple unopened sets. I tend to use the 1/2 degree ones.
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Non-offset for sure.

Here is the Losi optional parts list for your info.

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bill go to www.roadragehobbyspeedway.com i sure they have all the non offset rear hubs go to the website and get the number and if you do it now they should be there or will have to wait until tues>
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Old 01-15-2005, 09:42 PM   #12660
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Ok guys, here's the challeng I'd like to find a US supplier of an aluminum or steel (preferably aluminum) one way out drive for my one way. It would seem as though no one makes this or sells this in the US and I don't know why. mine are practically ripping aprt from use in a 19t class I don't know how the pros can do it in open mod unless they're getting that one-way from Japan. any one have any suggestions?
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