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Old 10-22-2012, 12:53 AM   #736
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While they do have some good options available they are out of stock of the BD-7 C-hubs.

Which was the whole point of the comment.
and there is a refill coming this week...
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Old 10-22-2012, 12:55 AM   #737
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Thanks but unfortunately you do not ship the the united states.. so this does not help me
sorry about that maybe next year the shop will go global.
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Old 10-22-2012, 02:39 AM   #738
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My son had a good first club race with the new BD7 tq and win in 17.5 boosted, not bad for its first outing, the track is asphalt and grip levels were average but the car still held on well and cornered very nice, with higher grip on track this car will be very fast.
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Old 10-22-2012, 06:54 AM   #739
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Sweet sounds like I should be getting my aluminum today or tomorrow.

Then its go time.
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In order to balance out my car without getting new lipos I need to remove the optional lipo holders (~17g with screws). I looked through the team drivers photos and noticed they were not running any holders or any servo mount stoppers (other than a center ballast) which begs my next question, how do they keep the lipos in place? Lipos with feet? Or is tape sufficient?
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Old 10-22-2012, 03:32 PM   #741
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In order to balance out my car without getting new lipos I need to remove the optional lipo holders (~17g with screws). I looked through the team drivers photos and noticed they were not running any holders or any servo mount stoppers (other than a center ballast) which begs my next question, how do they keep the lipos in place? Lipos with feet? Or is tape sufficient?
Tape is more than sufficient to hold the packs in
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Old 10-22-2012, 04:10 PM   #742
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In order to balance out my car without getting new lipos I need to remove the optional lipo holders (~17g with screws). I looked through the team drivers photos and noticed they were not running any holders or any servo mount stoppers (other than a center ballast) which begs my next question, how do they keep the lipos in place? Lipos with feet? Or is tape sufficient?
Ronald runs LRP packs which have the bumps on the bottom, and presumably key into the holes in the bottom of the chassis.

Another option would be to get Schumacher U3569 and tape or shoe goo them to the bottom of your packs. Those too should fit into the slots on the chassis.

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I use servo mounts and strapping tape. I'll post pics when I get home
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Ronald runs LRP packs which have the bumps on the bottom, and presumably key into the holes in the bottom of the chassis.

Another option would be to get Schumacher U3569 and tape or shoe goo them to the bottom of your packs. Those too should fit into the slots on the chassis.

U3931 appears to be an updated part number, and is substantially cheaper from A Main (don't know about overseas).

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...-Locator-Set-4

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Ronald runs LRP packs which have the bumps on the bottom, and presumably key into the holes in the bottom of the chassis.

Another option would be to get Schumacher U3569 and tape or shoe goo them to the bottom of your packs. Those too should fit into the slots on the chassis.

I may be wrong but I thought that LRP did away with their bumps on the battery when they switched factories. That may be completely wrong though as no one in the US has them here.

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Old 10-22-2012, 09:18 PM   #746
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I may be wrong but I thought that LRP did away with their bumps on the battery when they switched factories. That may be completely wrong though as no one in the US has them here.

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i just asked the dealer in Austria and EA is correct. they do not have them any more
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Schumacher it is, then!
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how do they keep the lipos in place?
http://www.rctech.net/forum/11281482-post458.html This setup with good battery tape and well rounded tape slot edges on the chassis and there wont be any problems.
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Old 10-23-2012, 06:25 AM   #749
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My BD7 running all Dualsky gear.

Carbon Arms, hubs
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For anyone running 13.5 BLINKY what kind of fdr are you running? I just picked up a schurr speed 13.5 and am looking for a starting point for indoor carpet 96x40ish
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