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Old 11-17-2014, 03:26 PM   #136
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"Hiro Seiko 69744 Xray X12 Titanium& Alloy Hex Socket Screw Set

Save about 11.5g."

My X12 is 750g ... but did screw the original and in the body I have a lot of shoe goo in use

must make new body only with a color and without shoe goo.
and the screw kit aluminum titanium buy .. hope I kom on 730 grams
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Old 11-17-2014, 03:30 PM   #137
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"Hiro Seiko 69744 Xray X12 Titanium& Alloy Hex Socket Screw Set

Save about 11.5g."

My X12 is 750g ... but did screw the original and in the body I have a lot of shoe goo in use

must make new body only with a color and without shoe goo.
and the screw kit aluminum titanium buy .. hope I kom on 730 grams
Yeah I saw that too. Just trying to find somewhere that has them in stock!

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Old 11-17-2014, 03:43 PM   #138
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Hi

my X12 from the box with body 740g
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Old 11-17-2014, 03:51 PM   #139
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Please note.... servo saver must be processed, otherwise he looks out of the chassi
What you mins ?...ist necessary to cut the rear part of servosaver?
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Old 11-17-2014, 04:13 PM   #140
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sanwa servo is smaller as you know. Therefore servo saver comes more down, and as he progresses down he looks out of the chassi. I have the front part cut, and a steel ring taken out (not need it because the Saver is already strong with a less)
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Old 11-18-2014, 01:28 AM   #141
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Ok....but at end is no better add 1mm to bottom of holder ?..
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Old 11-18-2014, 01:30 AM   #142
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i would take 2 mounts also if your making them
Hello Jason, if want two mounts is ok fo me..but take in account i live in Italy...

you have add the shipping cost...
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1mm You must too de saver cut.
it is also advantageous from the better setting we bumpsteering less.
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Old 11-18-2014, 02:14 AM   #144
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I check it...but ist also simple add some shim/plate under holder...
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Old 11-18-2014, 02:42 AM   #145
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yes sure. but it is easy to edit the saver! rasp take and go;-) we obviously not as nice as cnc machine .... but it too! or possibly also goes a Kimbrough saver ... but do not know how big is it !? maybe someone can give information?
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Kimbrough saver is very small compare to xray...
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let me know how much it is to ship to usa and cost you want to make them


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let me know how much it is to ship to usa and cost you want to make them
Ill take 2 as well if you're making them. Just post the cost each and the shipping to the US please.

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Hello Jason, if want two mounts is ok fo me..but take in account i live in Italy...

you have add the shipping cost...
It would seem you could make some money on this if you make and sell enough of them.
Can't just be the Xray's that have the problem with the Sanwa's
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Yeah I saw that too. Just trying to find somewhere that has them in stock!

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Apex RC had them in stock as of yesterday. I ordered 2 sets
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