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Old 06-05-2010, 11:05 PM   #1546
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Make sure you have the larger pulley for the side belt on the front lay shaft.
I'll double check, but pretty sure it's correct.
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Its a new car, never run.
Just run the car, all will become loose.
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Just run the car, all will become loose.
I realize that, but was suprised how stiff the belt is. Of course it's probably much more durable, I have not had an 1/8 scale car in almost 10 years.
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Be sure the tensioner is not set to tight!
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MRX4-X w/ plenty of extras for sale.
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Can someone please help me find Part # HO373 it has theRX mount,battery and the on and off switch holder the holder is what I am looking for I am plugging the battery into the RX and I do not want to do that anymore and I can not find mine.
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I just use a 10cm servo extension cable which I leave in the receiver and the oter end I use to connect and disconnect the battery. In the past I have used switches and I only have dad experiences with them
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I just use a 10cm servo extension cable which I leave in the receiver and the oter end I use to connect and disconnect the battery. In the past I have used switches and I only have dad experiences with them
WOW! Did not think of that one that works for me. I did not want to put the switch on it but I also did not want to distroy the RX pluging and unpluging the battery.
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WOW! Did not think of that one that works for me. I did not want to put the switch on it but I also did not want to distroy the RX pluging and unpluging the battery.
I use a short servo extension but I cut off the battery end and replace it with a mini deans. Then just put a mini deans on the battery.
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Old 06-17-2010, 06:44 PM   #1555
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Damn Sean, thats a good idea. Ive had problems with extensions coming loose.
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Old 06-17-2010, 06:45 PM   #1556
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I use a short servo extension but I cut off the battery end and replace it with a mini deans. Then just put a mini deans on the battery.
i like that
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Damn Sean, thats a good idea. Ive had problems with extensions coming loose.
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i like that
Yeah I've been a switch guy for years with no problems but the new car just doesn't have a spot for it and regular servo plugs just don't hold up for me. The mini deans seems to be the perfect answer.
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I use a short servo extension but I cut off the battery end and replace it with a mini deans. Then just put a mini deans on the battery.
That is a good idea I like that going to try it this weekend
thanks for the help guys.
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i did mine also..didnt know why i never did this sooner coming from a guy who flies nitro heli's,thanks for the tip wingracer
also dont forget to add the mini deans to your rx charger.
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i did mine also..didnt know why i never did this sooner coming from a guy who flies nitro heli's,thanks for the tip wingracer
also dont forget to add the mini deans to your rx charger.
I forgot about that one I also can make an addapter to fit the charger so I don't have to change it. and I will be able to charge my other batterys.
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