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Old 04-15-2006, 01:14 PM   #16
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The RC10-T chassis looked like that.

Alright, what about the Tamiya Stadium Blitzer and Blitzer Beelte.

http://www.tamiyaclub.com/car.asp?id=112

Looks fimiliar, but the chassis pan doesn't have the cut out for the switch. Also, the stadium blitzer has the same pan as my Falcon. I have it right here, it's all plastic. This one is all aluminum. Can't figure it out. Now, I can't get the motor mounted correctly, the pinion is always too tight. This is getting annoying man. I've been on it since 10 this morning. The motor mounting plate is aluminum and it has screw holes to change the mounting position for 20-23T pinions on it. When I put my 21 on it, it's too far away from the counter gear. When I put the 23 on it, it's too tight against the counter gear. It just doesn't make sense. It's definately a 540 size motor mounting plate. But for some reason, it's not fitting correctly. Also, if it helps, it's all 48 pitch gears. I know that Tamiya usually uses 32 pitch.
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Old 04-15-2006, 01:30 PM   #17
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Looks fimiliar, but the chassis pan doesn't have the cut out for the switch. Also, the stadium blitzer has the same pan as my Falcon. I have it right here, it's all plastic. This one is all aluminum. Can't figure it out. Now, I can't get the motor mounted correctly, the pinion is always too tight. This is getting annoying man. I've been on it since 10 this morning. The motor mounting plate is aluminum and it has screw holes to change the mounting position for 20-23T pinions on it. When I put my 21 on it, it's too far away from the counter gear. When I put the 23 on it, it's too tight against the counter gear. It just doesn't make sense. It's definately a 540 size motor mounting plate. But for some reason, it's not fitting correctly. Also, if it helps, it's all 48 pitch gears. I know that Tamiya usually uses 32 pitch.
if you put a 21 its too far, 23 is too tight.....try 22
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Old 04-15-2006, 02:51 PM   #18
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if you put a 21 its too far, 23 is too tight.....try 22
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Old 04-15-2006, 09:58 PM   #19
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Hey, an update. I modified the motor mount so my 21T fits on my 13x2 Trinity motor. I just used my dremel tool and my rotozip, lol. I took the shocks off and put Stampede rear springs on it and changed the oil in all of the shocks to 70 wt. Anyway, I ran it with the power pulse and I burnt the tamiya connector on the ESC. It was hot as hell. Maybe the reason for that was that I was running my IB3600's on it and they tend to overload electronics quickly. I am going to lock out the rear end next and put my Stinger in it so I can give it to my god son. He'll be excited. With the 13 turn motor in it all it wanted to do was do some doughnuts on the road. It was REAL fast. I love the fact that this truck has dogbones for rear axles. It's a neat little truck. BTW, ass pennies is from the Upright Citizen's Brigade, lol. I didn't even know that my cousin wrote that until about 2 minutes ago, lol.
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it uses metric 48 pitch more than likely which is different from std 48pitch, you need to buy tamiya brand pinions. Also as said before it is more than likely the dyna storm truck
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Scratch what I said before, I knew that thing looked familiar I remember about mid 90s Futaba had a truck. I beleive that may be it.
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Have you ever seen a T2? They look nothing alike... I don't understand why people come into threads and give advice when they abviosly have no friggen clue
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Can I please see some pics of the top and bottom of the chassis???
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Old 04-16-2006, 10:43 AM   #25
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Here ya go.
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Figured it out, it's a Futaba FXT stadium truck. Circa 1992.
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Figured it out, it's a Futaba FXT stadium truck. Circa 1992.
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