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Old 12-08-2009, 06:42 AM   #886
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Does anyone know the part # for the alum pullie set?
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Old 12-08-2009, 11:11 PM   #887
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can anyone tell me where can i get some max power decals please. many thanks
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call kamikaze toys and hobbies they have them in stock (should) i saw some chrome ones.
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call kamikaze toys and hobbies they have them in stock (should) i saw some chrome ones.
Max Power Decals or Serpent Decals that is in Chrome
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Does anyone have any information about the new 1/8 brushless Serpent?
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Old 12-21-2009, 05:10 AM   #891
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In case you haven't seem these threads;

Brushless Serpent 966

http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...ad-car-35.html

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Old 12-27-2009, 05:43 AM   #892
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anyone know the pin size for the front cvd? it's bigger than 3mm but smaller than 4mm; where could i buy some replacement pins?
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anyone know the pin size for the front cvd? it's bigger than 3mm but smaller than 4mm; where could i buy some replacement pins?
shaft to cup or shaft to Axle ?
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shaft to cup or shaft to Axle ?
shaft to cup

the end that goes into the front oneway drive cups, not the end to the wheels side.
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shaft to cup

the end that goes into the front oneway drive cups, not the end to the wheels side.
Is the pin wearing or u want some just in case, personally i have yet to see the pins wear
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Is the pin wearing or u want some just in case, personally i have yet to see the pins wear
the pins are wearing...my 1way drive cups having 'notches'.

right now i've replaced my 1way drive cups and also removed and rotated the shaft pins to the non-wearing sides that'll contact the 1way cups.
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the pins are wearing...my 1way drive cups having 'notches'.

right now i've replaced my 1way drive cups and also removed and rotated the shaft pins to the non-wearing sides that'll contact the 1way cups.
Its a good idea to change them instead of flipping them over as that will weaken them and they will break.
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Its a good idea to change them instead of flipping them over as that will weaken them and they will break.
ya i know, that's the reason i'm asking about replacement pins...
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Default Throttle servo layout

hi guys,
just wana check whether majority is running the throttle servo laying down or standing up?

any difference in handling and performance?
currently i'm running mine standing up as i needed the space for my receiver (with box)
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