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Old 05-10-2012, 07:47 AM   #1051
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I leave you with some teaser pics.









And the standard set up:

https://reflexracing.3dcartstores.co...ard_Set_Up.pdf
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are there mounting locations for the RSD motor Fan mount on the chassis?
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are there mounting locations for the RSD motor Fan mount on the chassis?
There is still 1 screw hole for it. it is more than enough to hold it in place
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There is still 1 screw hole for it. it is more than enough to hold it in place
that works for me.
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Chassis looks great! Good job.
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Old 05-10-2012, 01:18 PM   #1056
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Nice pictures. Quality control seems high, can't wait.
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Old 05-10-2012, 02:44 PM   #1057
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Default Solaris Tires

We now have Solaris Hard Spec tires for sale at the shop!

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Do you have any more Photon Love in the works? Should I look back through this thread or is there another one? Chassis looks great by the way.
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One click = Two post. I dont know why it does that.
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One click = Two post. I dont know why it does that.
Hey Snoopy, we will start with Pistons for the Photon. The bladders already fit.

We will also follow that with DCJ's for it as well.
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Old 05-10-2012, 07:02 PM   #1062
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Got my RSD together tonight. Couple things:

- the offset screw is really so slight. If you change the order you install the screws you wouldn't even notice. I think that speaks to how high quality this is.
- I didn't realize it doesn't come with a new turnbuckle link. What length is appropriate for that?
- I assume I'm supposed to cut the bottom ear off the servo on the outside?
- the belt tensioner works much better with the new chassis and the revtech lipo. no problems whatsoever
- pictures do not do it justice on how narrow the chassis is. You will be quite surprised when you first see it.

Here is a picture pre electronics.


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Old 05-10-2012, 07:38 PM   #1063
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Looks awesome!!!!

I did an ooopsy! I forgot your steering link. It's just a long 20mm set screw. I just realized that right now. I will send all of ya'll steering links tomorrow.

There is no need to cut the whole servo horn off, you just need to trim it like 2-2.5mm to clear the bracket. The servo mount is intended to be used with the lower hole.
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I found a 25mm turnbuckle that looks like it will work for me so no need to make an extra shipment for me. You can ship mine with the rest of my stuff.

Couple more observations:

- no antenna mount holes. Shouldn't be a big deal with my short antenna. I hope.
- the seis fan is gonna be a challenge to mount. Still working on how best to do it.
- for now I just shimmed the right servo post the same high as the left and I'm using the stock mount. This obviously will put weight higher but it might work out better for me. I usually have to add significant weight to my electronics side and the tungsten weights I use now slide under the servo to lower that weight.
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Antenna should mount on the top deck. A hole has to be drilled. This is at least how I am doing mine. You can always mount a seis fan with our 25mm bracket and fan mount. Therebis still a hole behind the motor to achieve this.
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