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Old 07-04-2014, 10:29 PM   #1966
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What's wrong with Xray spurs? I find them to be perfectly round and very well made, unlike some other brands I tried.
The price.

Kawada spurs/pinions are equal quality and much cheaper.

Plus they're universal and that counts a lot when you race a stable of cars.

There are others as well, like Robinson, etc.
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Old 07-04-2014, 10:55 PM   #1967
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Hi Guys,

Can anyone advise me of a suitable starting point for FDR/Rollout for 13.5 blinky please

All LRP gear, 140mtr track with 40mtr straight

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4.8 for lrp
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Old 07-05-2014, 01:21 AM   #1969
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Used some of my spare parts from my T3 and T4 as battery stoppers for my '14 - just some bling :-)
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Old 07-05-2014, 03:09 PM   #1970
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Old 07-06-2014, 03:37 AM   #1971
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Here at the ETS Hagberg has been using the ARS system though I'm fairly sure he wasn't at first.
Martin Hudy said they set it up to make around 0.2deg difference.
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Old 07-07-2014, 05:39 PM   #1972
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And it looks like the ARS will be an option on the cars, not standard.

It looks like the production ARS systems will attach the link to the rear front pivot block holders. The one I saw had the inner part of the pivot block raised and squared off so no shims were necessary.
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I guess you still use tape to hold down the battery, so wouldn't that make the forward/rearward kind of useless. To me the tape will be in the way.
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I guess you still use tape to hold down the battery, so wouldn't that make the forward/rearward kind of useless. To me the tape will be in the way.
I can't see how to tape down the battery, the Aluminium piece is the way of the tape cutouts.
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Anyone interested in the new AME Direct mount servo's for the Xray I'll be bringing them into the States and should have an order of them next week.

Specs are pretty good on them. .06speed and 105oz torque at 6V. They are also capable of running directly off of lipo power for nitro on road cars.

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Anyone interested in the new AME Direct mount servo's for the Xray I'll be bringing them into the States and should have an order of them next week.

Specs are pretty good on them. .06speed and 105oz torque at 6V. They are also capable of running directly off of lipo power for nitro on road cars.

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What will be the price point?
What servo horn will fit, ie Futaba?
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What will be the price point?
What servo horn will fit, ie Futaba?
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They come with a Alumn arm like a lot of factory guys use. 25T gear (same as futaba). They are 159.00 for the direct mount (Fits xray, yokomo or any car with 14mm spacing on the mount holes) and 149.00 for the ones with ears.

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http://shop.team-ame.com/product_inf...roducts_id=367
Does it sit flat on the chassis or raised up so it can float?
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