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Old 04-12-2012, 12:59 PM   #2161
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A+ battery strap kit! No chassis tweak, and holds the battery in even when tumbling off the track, lol.
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Old 04-12-2012, 01:00 PM   #2162
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It's difficult to understand the spool hole being oversized. It's not like they machine the hole. It's molded in and that would mean that their tooling is wrong and many parts are potentially bad.
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Old 04-12-2012, 01:19 PM   #2163
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Thanks again guys for the reply's and the offers to help, at least I see that xray does make some mistakes, they just don't like to own up to them. Xray has stopped responding to my request for a replacement axle. Not very impressed with their service and especially their ability to comprehend my problem. You would think the help would be of better quality considering the cost of their kits.I guess I'm just $H!t out of Luck. Thanks HUDY!!
I seem to remember your handle from up here at Harbor Hobbies.
If you are in that area let me know and we can take care of your issue.

I am assuming you know to put the outdrive in the spool, turn it(the out drive) untill it drops in ( about 1/2") and then put the 3m x 10 screw into the OUTDRIVE and screw into the spool housing.

I have a spare spool and you are welcome to it.

Let me know,

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Old 04-12-2012, 01:38 PM   #2164
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CSO New Suspenion mount for T3'12
had 2.5 , 2.75 & 3.0 Toe-in Mount.

& Alu Servo Arm Set

ready to ship NOW !
This looks good, but how do you get a lower or higher roll center with these?
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Old 04-12-2012, 01:42 PM   #2165
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A+ had released alu. battery mount with magic tape
This battery mount is AWESOME. Used it for a few races now, had some massive flips and crashes, no problems keeping the battery in. I also bought some replacement velcro straps in case they wear out and can no longer buy it again as it is that good.
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Old 04-12-2012, 01:43 PM   #2166
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This looks good, but how do you get a lower or higher roll center with these?
Same as TRF, use spacers/washers under the suspension mounts. I dare say the spacers and pillow balls would be interchangeable too, like the exotek kits
Be better if there were options for the individual suspension mounts at the RF like the kit, and FR for more steering, like the exotek kits
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Old 04-12-2012, 01:53 PM   #2167
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This battery mount is AWESOME. Used it for a few races now, had some massive flips and crashes, no problems keeping the battery in. I also bought some replacement velcro straps in case they wear out and can no longer buy it again as it is that good.
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Is there any other place to buy them, then from HK?
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Is there any other place to buy them, then from HK?
Don't know, just get it from rcmarket you won't regret it. I buy heaps of stuff from them and never had a problem.
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Old 04-12-2012, 04:15 PM   #2169
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Anyone switch to MuchMore or TRF bladders? The Xray ones are hard to find and very expensive!
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Same as TRF, use spacers/washers under the suspension mounts. I dare say the spacers and pillow balls would be interchangeable too, like the exotek kits
Be better if there were options for the individual suspension mounts at the RF like the kit, and FR for more steering, like the exotek kits
So I'm assuming that they are at the lowest roll center. If so, there should be a shim shaped just like the blocks, kind of like an extension. I think there will be play using spacers. Especially after a hit.
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So I'm assuming that they are at the lowest roll center. If so, there should be a shim shaped just like the blocks, kind of like an extension. I think there will be play using spacers. Especially after a hit.
Not if you use aluminium shims.
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Old 04-12-2012, 07:08 PM   #2172
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Anyone switch to MuchMore or TRF bladders? The Xray ones are hard to find and very expensive!
I've used Tamiyas and they are a little large but they will work. I recently tried a set of the Reflex (RSD) bladders and really like them so far. They were made for the TC6, but so far so good in my T3.
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Old 04-12-2012, 09:04 PM   #2173
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Is there any other place to buy them, then from HK?

Drew Ellis imports the A plus products, I pickec up a set of the machined bulkheads from him, he had the straps at the time.
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Old 04-13-2012, 01:31 AM   #2174
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Not if you use aluminium shims.
I have some carbon fiber rectangular spacers in .05mm increments for under 1/12 scale arms that I think would work. Im just done feel like round simms under a solid rectangular piece would be sturdy. I'm going to order the blocks. Does anyone in the U.S. carry them?
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I have the T3 2011 and want to know if the 2012 chassis will fit and if so do I need to get any other parts to have it working?

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