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Old 09-03-2009, 07:48 AM   #1
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Default AMB Transponder Mounts that fit Losi 2.0 Buggy and Truggy

Hello all,

Is there a transponder mount that will work with the Losi 2.0 radio tray? I could just mount the transponder to the tray, but would like to mount it inside of a protective case first.

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The AMB case is sealed and very tough. I dont feel it needs any added protection. It could fit in the RX case, just use some servo tape. I change mine from car to car a lot and I just use servo tape.
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I do something similar as I switch a transponder between rigs but I use velcro which is easier than servo tape for quick swaps.
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you can bolt it to either the top or bottom of the losi tray....both work just fine...No need for it to be in the Rx box.



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did you take your tray out just to take that picture for this thread?
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did you take your tray out just to take that picture for this thread?


No that's an OLD arse pic....see the Gutless 1015 on steering....


I wont DARE run those in my race rigs anymore....they are just too darn weak and unpredictable as to when they will fail.

also both my rigs PT's are on the bottom of the tray now....that was something i did in the beginning then realized it would fit underneath without issues.


newer pic of the buggy layout.

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so much red...i love it integra
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