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Old 12-24-2012, 01:35 PM   #646
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Old 12-24-2012, 02:13 PM   #647
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The RSx one10?
I was going to use my RSx Response unless weight or size is in issue with this car?

RSx one10
Torque @7.4V: 165.6oz-in, 12.0Kg-cm
Speed @ 7.4V: 0.09sec @ 60
Size: 41 x 25.5 x 21mm
Weight: 51.0g

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TORQUE @7.4V: 242.9 oz-in, 17.6 Kg-cm
SPEED @ 7.4V: 0.06 S @ 60
BEARINGS: YES, DBL
LEAD CONNECTOR: GOLD PLATED
GEARS: FULL METAL
WEIGHT: 65.6 g
SIZE: 41x38x20 mm

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Old 12-24-2012, 02:24 PM   #648
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I use the little Sanwa one, I'm loving Sanwa/airtronics at the mo
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Old 12-24-2012, 09:15 PM   #649
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The one before that,
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Old 12-24-2012, 09:57 PM   #650
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The 2413 ICS is the low profile servo before the Response series came out.
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Old 12-24-2012, 10:50 PM   #651
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Well let me give this a go. I have found that the higher roll center in the rear works well as well as a Lower rc in the front. Keep in mind this depends on what you want to accomplish. My objectives was tire wear and traction levels. The track was high speed and this helped with the digging feel going into the corner. This car runs very similar to my T3' 12 but a lot easier to adjust loosen the screws and slide under the blocks. The xray was a huge ordeal. I have tested this car in mod and 17.5 blinky. This car is awesome!
Hi ! Thanks ,will try and see how it will feels !
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Old 12-25-2012, 08:58 AM   #652
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Yeah that's the one.
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Old 12-26-2012, 10:41 AM   #653
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So im about 70% done with my R1 Build and as I was messing with my CVD's I noticed 3 of my 4 are drilled for the use of a set screw to hold the pin and the 4th is not. as I now took a closer look at that one I noticed that, that cvd has MUCH more slop in the joint than the rest. Disassembled the joint to find that all looks fine just tolerances being off. Can anyone aid me in getting a new 50mm cvd?
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Old 12-26-2012, 10:47 AM   #654
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What steering servos are you guys running?
Radiopost 1005M Servo... I have a Savoxx 1251 in my S1 and loose some of my end point turning right but the Radiopost 1005M Servo I'm able to get both left and right end point all the way.
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Old 12-26-2012, 11:15 PM   #655
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RSD072 RSD XRAY/ Spec R R1 DCJ (Narrow Axle)



RSD073 RSD XRAY/ Spec R R1 DCJ (Wide Axle)
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What's the difference between regular and narrow axle? Does the narrow one just require a thinner inner bearing, and move the joint deeper into the knuckle?

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Correct. A further inset axle is more efficient at the cost of a little bit of bearing durability. As a plus though, you do have a little less plunge, which aids in narrow front end chassis settings.
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Is that a 5x10x3 bearing? The physical axle lengths are the same I assume, correct?
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Old 12-27-2012, 12:17 AM   #659
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Yes, it is a 5x10x3mm Bearing. There are 2 types of axles, a wide one, which is identical to the XRAY ECS Axle, and uses the standard bearings the R1 comes with and a narrow one, which uses a 5x10x3mm bearing on the inside of the steering knuckle. This allows the assembly to be moved outside. Gives less plunge, less friction and slightly reduced bearing life.
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Might sound like a redundant question but the wide axle uses 5x10x4 bearings in and out? I just want to word it a little different to be clear.
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