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Old 02-29-2016, 03:11 PM   #421
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His motor looks like the Trackstar Hexitron sold at Hobbyking. As for the 9602 servo. The 9602 is a taller servo than the 9650, but the same width and thickness. The 9602 will just fit depending how you mount and shim it on the servo mounts. The issue will be which servo saver will you use. If you use an Xray servo saver, you will have issues with it hitting the damper tube. To get around this, you can attempt to mount the damper tube up front in the optional holes on the arms. Cristian can chime in on something he's working on as far as servo plates, but the 9602 will fit but not have much room to move around. It'll basically be in the same position as my 9650. If you have any more questions on this, just let me know.
I will be using a Kimbrough servo saver.
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Old 02-29-2016, 03:12 PM   #422
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Actually it's Hextronix.... it's the name on the Roar website for the V2's.
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Old 02-29-2016, 03:58 PM   #423
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Actually it's Hextronix.... it's the name on the Roar website for the V2's.
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Old 02-29-2016, 04:20 PM   #424
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Thanks for the feedback as always guys!

As Jimmy said, I am working on a Futaba servo mount that will have a single slot in between the 2 existing ones. Should have some ready to go in a day or two.
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Old 02-29-2016, 04:27 PM   #425
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I'm ready for next RSD race with RR-V2 aluminum and TR-V2 17.5.

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stator length:20.3mm(not short stator, this maybe for dirt application)
weight:173g
timing/roll out: I will start at 43deg/87mm.

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Old 03-05-2016, 06:08 AM   #426
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My V2Al ready for race. But I'm distressing ESC.

1. Tekin RS with Lije booster: 731g, including 9g wight.
2. SMC RF-120 1S: 741g

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Old 03-19-2016, 09:07 PM   #427
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I was finally able to run my 12th car for the first time today. I bought a 12r conversion kit several months ago but with one thing or another I just have not had time to get it on the track yet. We do not have any full time tracks here, just one track that is put up and torn down each Sat in a local business parking lot. The asphalt is good but has some bumps so a tall ride height and full size tires are a must.

The first two rounds I had some body issues and other misc maden run problems but by the main the car was running great and felt great on the track. Kudios Cristian the car is a dream to drive and I'm looking forward to more track time with it. Now to finish the WGT build.
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Old 03-20-2016, 01:54 AM   #428
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Hey guys, curious what process others have been using to get the front height/droop set between runs. Personally I am doing the following:
- Back off droop screws,
- set ride height with fresh cut tyres
- set droop.

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That's the best way to do it!
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Is the rear slider pod slip and change ride height after some good hits or one solid hit? Is it serrated?
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It's not serrated. It's similar to the CRC. It just slides up and down. I haven't had any issues with it moving on me, but I haven't had any bad hits with it either.
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I got to test drive the RSD 1/12 this past weekend and it felt like I was driving a wgt, the car was that stable and smooth.
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My RR12 as it hit the track this past weekend

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My RR12 as it hit the track this past weekend

Nice shell and Paint. Which shell is that?
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