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Old 12-06-2010, 09:30 PM
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Originally Posted by BOLISARIO
Thank you sir. Will send a pm ASAP.


So has anyone tried the IP(Intellect) 5200 45c saddle pack and does it fit well on the buggy?


Anyone have any light green rear springs they want to sell me?
They are like 2-3 bux...?
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Old 12-06-2010, 09:32 PM
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They are like 2-3 bux...?
For the springs, I believe so, it's just that most stores are currently sold out.
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Originally Posted by BOLISARIO
Thank you sir. Will send a pm ASAP.


So has anyone tried the IP(Intellect) 5200 45c saddle pack and does it fit well on the buggy?


Anyone have any light green rear springs they want to sell me?

That's what i run and it fits very goog. Mine a got a really good hit and i thought they were going bad as the casings started seperating but it only looks like bad glue or something cause power is still there and good number on voltage.

As for the pin coming out of the center drive shaft, a fellow racer had his slide out last sunday and chewed the top of his Yeah Racing soft lipo pack, burst of flames, melted body shell and battery strap! Went for my final, warm up lap, lost the rear traction and found out mine came out loose too on the top of the battery case. That showed me the importance of a had case lipo!
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I have a durango dex410 4 sale
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TDR330063 Rear Shock Spring Set (5.5x10.0x1.0mm) (2) @ $3.49. There are 2 sets in stock at www.losipartshouse.com Hope this helps get you set up and on the track soon.
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Old 12-07-2010, 07:56 AM
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Originally Posted by syllag1969
That's what i run and it fits very goog. Mine a got a really good hit and i thought they were going bad as the casings started seperating but it only looks like bad glue or something cause power is still there and good number on voltage.

As for the pin coming out of the center drive shaft, a fellow racer had his slide out last sunday and chewed the top of his Yeah Racing soft lipo pack, burst of flames, melted body shell and battery strap! Went for my final, warm up lap, lost the rear traction and found out mine came out loose too on the top of the battery case. That showed me the importance of a had case lipo!
Awesome, thanks. Just bought the 5200 pack on ebay and was worried they might be too tall. Sometimes manufacturers list inaccurate specs and measurements.
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Originally Posted by rangerjkb
TDR330063 Rear Shock Spring Set (5.5x10.0x1.0mm) (2) @ $3.49. There are 2 sets in stock at www.losipartshouse.com Hope this helps get you set up and on the track soon.


Thanks....and they're somewhat local too.
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Dont know if this was addressed, but I noticed today that when my servo horn turns to the left it hits the front drive shaft just a lil bit. Anyone notice that?
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BTW..good luck with that...I had mine listed WITH spare parts for way cheaper and no1 bit on it.
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Originally Posted by tonyv2382
Dont know if this was addressed, but I noticed today that when my servo horn turns to the left it hits the front drive shaft just a lil bit. Anyone notice that?
Are you running the stock plastic one? I know the aluminum Racer's Edge needs to be modified. The Losi seems to fit great. Cheers!
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Are you running the stock plastic one? I know the aluminum Racer's Edge needs to be modified. The Losi seems to fit great. Cheers!
The Racer's Edge one comes close but I have about 2mm of clearance between the driveshaft and servo arm, I didn't have to modify anything.
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Originally Posted by Matt Howard
The Racer's Edge one comes close but I have about 2mm of clearance between the driveshaft and servo arm, I didn't have to modify anything.
I wonder then if it is servo dependent? I guess servos are all sized a bit differently and must have the pivot at different heights??
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
I wonder then if it is servo dependent? I guess servos are all sized a bit differently and must have the pivot at different heights??
Have no clue on that one, I'm running a Savox servo, don't remember what model.
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
I wonder then if it is servo dependent? I guess servos are all sized a bit differently and must have the pivot at different heights??
Bingo! I had not noticed this before working with the tight spaces in this ride.
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If you have 09 spec you'll have to grind down the racer's edge to clear (I did on mine) as the driveshafts are @ 2mm lower. I did buy a hudy and will give that a try as you can barely side a piece of paper in between my servo horn and front driveshaft.
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