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Old 02-02-2007, 11:31 AM   #1
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Default Spek telemetry RPM sensor RC10gt question

Hello, I run a RC10gt and recently bought the spek telemetry system for it. My question is how do you make the RPM sensor bracket work? I installed it on back side of motor per directions and it does not let me adjust motor bell to spur, hits on trans case. I tryed installing on other side but senors sets too high and misses part of flywheel.. (using small flywheel) Any suggestions? or has anyone else run into this problem.. Thanks for any help or info you can give me.... Everyone have a safe superbowl weekend...
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