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Old 11-24-2011, 06:36 AM   #16
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Steve I checked the site , all I see is front & rear towers , do you happen to make any other parts in cf for the dm1? , also I'm guessing the 44t spur will not fit then ?
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Steve I checked the site , all I see is front & rear towers , do you happen to make any other parts in cf for the dm1? , also I'm guessing the 44t spur will not fit then ?
44t will not work you have to modify the holder.

What were you looking for any suggestion?
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Old 11-24-2011, 07:25 AM   #18
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Yes a servo tray , Steering plate , Front plate and center spool/diff top plate. There's is a company that makes them without giving out there name I think it would be a good idea. I also see Nitro house sells a CBC shock stay , pricey but nice , would this be able to be made in cf also?
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Old 11-24-2011, 11:25 AM   #19
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Steve i will be the first to buy your chassis for the e! Please design it to allow the motor mount to slide further out to allow for 25t or higher i big you lol. I already moded the gear holder for the 45 spur. I think the 2speed gear holder will solve the problem. But even with the smaller spur i had to cut into the chassis to allow the mount to slide over more. Now its working, cantt see why ofna didn't do that from the factory. Please let me know when you have the chassis i am ready to buy. Thanks Steve!
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Yes a servo tray , Steering plate , Front plate and center spool/diff top plate. There's is a company that makes them without giving out there name I think it would be a good idea. I also see Nitro house sells a CBC shock stay , pricey but nice , would this be able to be made in cf also?
I see the cnc front shock stay but personally I don't like the laydown front shocks, that why I make a stand up version.
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Thinking about picking one up. Castle or Tekin? 2650 combo.
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Old 11-24-2011, 07:32 PM   #22
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Tekin is nice, but Castle is more reliable. I have alot of castle systems, all work great!
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I run a Castle MMP with a Tekin 2650 sensor mode very smooth combination.
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What center diff can we use in this car ?. Will the LX1 Buggy diff's fit ?
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What center diff can we use in this car ?. Will the LX1 Buggy diff's fit ?

You will need a Jammin X1, x2 or Nexx 8 center diff.
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Thanks . Will be on the lookout for one. Nice thing I think with the Jammin center diff is you can use the ofna 44T spur, so that should let us run a higher pinion count, but I'm setting up this car for the track so likely will use a 17T max.
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Got the diff, but the stock center dogbones are too short. For now I am using a vorza front and and inferno gt1 front to fit.

Anyone have any other dogbones part#'s that work with the center ?
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Hey guys i have 2 of these cars now i just got the first one done today the first one has a 2 speed trans with mechanical brakes 26t and 23t pinions and 45t and 48t spur gears
2200 ccmm on 6s alphas for brushless this car is a beast the second on im building im gonna run a 44t spur and 30t pinion on 6s both are drag cars the 30 will fit with a small mod to the chassis and the 44 with fit the center spool after u cut it down a little bit ill get pics up soon i wasnt able to run the 2 speed yet due to the weather but i cant wait it should be faster than my gtp2e 2 speed due to the diffs it seems to spin faster on the dm1 vs the gtp
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Old 12-06-2011, 04:49 PM   #29
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Without modifying the chassis the largest pinion I could fit with the 44T spur was 22T. I think you are gonna have to cut the crap out of the chassis to fit that 30T. Got pics of your setup ?
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