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Old 03-25-2012, 03:57 PM   #1
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Default Mounting Werks B5 Pro to Losi 8T

I am changing from an Alpha Orange head to a Werks B5 Pro in my Losi 8T and seem to be facing difficulties in getting the Werks to fit correctly. Basically, the carb slide section sits too far forward and rubs/sticks against the centre diff section (plastic plate on top that holds the brake linkages). I have tried to move the engine mounts back as far as possible but still no luck. I am relatively new to this so any help would be greatly appreciated.
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I am changing from an Alpha Orange head to a Werks B5 Pro in my Losi 8T and seem to be facing difficulties in getting the Werks to fit correctly. Basically, the carb slide section sits too far forward and rubs/sticks against the centre diff section (plastic plate on top that holds the brake linkages). I have tried to move the engine mounts back as far as possible but still no luck. I am relatively new to this so any help would be greatly appreciated.
The best bet is the split center diff mount or you can try grounding off the bump off the top of the plastic diff mount so you can get a straight pull on the carb.
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