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Old 05-08-2010, 02:04 PM   #16
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Hey everyone,

Yeah, i was using a bathroom scale, and it was in race-ready form. And also, i am running a RC8 with all the upgrades to RC8B except for the new steering stuff.
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Servos play a big part in weight saving. The ACE/XP servos wheigh alot more than others like the Orion/Savox servos.
Yeah, i am running a z9100t and a 650M.
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