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Old 05-20-2010, 06:36 AM   #571
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i want upgrade to the 150cc tank..do i have to change the shock tower & which tank can i use..have anyone tried crt x2 tank?
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i want upgrade to the 150cc tank..do
i have to change the shock tower & which tank can i use..have anyone tried crt x2 tank?
Read post# 245, which identifies the Jammin 150cc fuel tank installation on a DM1 chassis.
However the DM1 Spec chassis is shorter, and space is limited. I'm not sure this tank will fit.
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The Kyosho ST-RR/ST-R tank is the same length as the GT tank, only taller it, may fit.
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You can use either the CRT-X1 or the Kyosho ST-RR tanks. The for the X1 like curveracer said look for it here. You only need to make a little piece out of a servo horn or with a little piece of material. The ST-RR is an even better choice since the holes line up without any drilling. The only thing is that the tank support will need to be cut a little to fit the Kyosho tank. I have used both so go for it. Right now I have the Kyosho and it works great.

The X2 will not fit I tried it, I had a spare X2 tank that I tried before the X1 tank and tha Kyosho.

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Old 05-20-2010, 07:35 PM   #575
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This thread is awesome, I really like the videos and less drama... I need some help, I scanned the thread without finding an answer. I have picked up a Fioroni Vario clutch and I am wondering if anyone has this clutch and if so, what clutch bell are you using? My 'cough' 'cough' kyosho 'cough' clutch bell isn't deep enough.
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Old 05-20-2010, 09:14 PM   #576
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You can use either the CRT-X1 or the Kyosho ST-RR tanks. The for the X1 like curveracer said look for it here. You only need to make a little piece out of a servo horn or with a little piece of material. The ST-RR is an even better choice since the holes line up without any drilling. The only thing is that the tank support will need to be cut a little to fit the Kyosho tank. I have used both so go for it. Right now I have the Kyosho and it works great.

The X2 will not fit I tried it, I had a spare X2 tank that I tried before the X1 tank and tha Kyosho.
thanks jneg but do i still have to change the shock tower before i change the tank?
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Both tanks a very high so you will need to use stand up shocks.
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Both tanks a very high so you will need to use stand up shocks.
ok thanks for the info...now all i need is some setups
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well yesterday i some parking lot fun dm-1s the car is awsome and handles great ..this week im ordering the shock tower and stand up servo tray...too bad in my area between alabama - georgia the class has died..but on that hand i'll be setting out cones in a parking lot ...i also be looking to buy 1/10scale just to be around a race crowd
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I make a lot of carbon fiber for the DM1 like towers, radio tray, center top plate, front top plate and front top plate. So hit me up for some pics.
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Hey guys sorry to butt in on the fun, but i was wondering if anyone on here was considering selling there DMone 7th scale?? preferably as a roller??? id like to have a brushless one myself!!
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Hey guys sorry to butt in on the fun, but i was wondering if anyone on here was considering selling there DMone 7th scale?? preferably as a roller??? id like to have a brushless one myself!!
Yeah I put one of those together it is cazy fast. 86mph.
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Mcsquish, on the clutchbell question, try the Losi LST one . You will need to use the pinions from the evolva, but I used one and it is deeper than the Kyosho bell.
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do anybody know or try the front shock from the ofna ultra gtp2 fit on the dm-1 spec?
I ran the rear shock in the front with my carbon tower I made.
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