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Old 11-02-2014, 05:51 AM   #91
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IIC 12th Scale Stock winning setup for X12'2015

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hello man whall wiil be the gear ratio for an 8,5 and 6,5 motor, thanks
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Old 11-03-2014, 03:40 AM   #92
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Hi,

what is needed to fit Associated side springs?
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Old 11-13-2014, 03:53 AM   #93
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you need xray 373590
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Old 11-13-2014, 03:57 AM   #94
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what is needed to fit Associated side springs?
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I would use instead of those AE aluminium side spring retainers. R5.2 part, don't remember part number. The xray spring retainers don't work so well with other make springs, because of different spring diameter...
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HI,

Thanks o Migigu and Peakki

@ Peakki so the old retainer's from AE 4640 will also work?
@ Migigu is it correct that you are running an LRP WT Flow without a Booster or Lipopack?

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is correct :-)
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is correct :-)
So I will try it too, hope it works with my Sävox Servo
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I think the Savöx servo can do it, the question is whether your receiver can it? My receiver is a Sanwa RX-451R, which can be 1 cell use. Transponder? My Old MYLAPS transponder AMBrc it could not, I then moved on MRT, the can 1 Cell. The new MYLAPS transponder can be 1 cell use.
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Hi,
Question: If I reverse my antenna plate (point facing forward) and buy 378071-O adapter will I be able to perform the long shock mod in my 2014 X12?
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Old 11-14-2014, 01:25 AM   #100
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yes you can use. x12 14 in the damper must longer than in 2015, but it should be enough.

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I think the Savöx servo can do it, the question is whether your receiver can it? My receiver is a Sanwa RX-451R, which can be 1 cell use. Transponder? My Old MYLAPS transponder AMBrc it could not, I then moved on MRT, the can 1 Cell. The new MYLAPS transponder can be 1 cell use.
Hi Migigu,

I have a Sanwa RX471 receiver and an MyLaps RC4 Hybrid Transponder.
Do You have a part number or a link where I can buy a PTX just in case?

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Old 11-14-2014, 02:07 AM   #102
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I do not know if the rx-471 goes. by lrp page is 4.8-7.4 voltage. I'm not sure but somebodies here in forum wrote it also comes with rx471. your transponder should go.
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Run an RC Dynamics booster and thats your voltage problems solved.

http://www.rcdynamics.co.uk/Products.html
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Old 11-14-2014, 03:30 AM   #104
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Run an RC Dynamics booster and thats your voltage problems solved.

http://www.rcdynamics.co.uk/Products.html
Sorry but no,

If I look at the price for the booster + ESC I can have an Orca 1s with the prog. Card and I don't have to solder and cut cables an I keep the LRP for my TC.

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Run an RC Dynamics booster and thats your voltage problems solved.

http://www.rcdynamics.co.uk/Products.html
Hobbyking also have a 1S voltage booster and I've had more success with that one than I had with the RC Dynamics booster.
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