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Old 08-02-2010, 06:50 AM
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Originally Posted by Trevor Williams
Thanks Trevor, good info. Says I should try a 22. Are any of you guys having cooling problems, and if undergeared slightly by 9% (using a 20tooth) will this add to the motor / ESC getting hot?

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Old 08-02-2010, 08:03 AM
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Thanks Trevor. I'm not used to having to figure out gearing. Don't have to worry too much about it in 1/8th fuel offroad.
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Lets all laugh at the noob that used the wrong hole and just purchased an Orion pack (that's for sale btw).

lol

Please ignore my previous posts, as it now fits like a glove.
Pm sent..........
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Just have to install some electronics (in the mail) and I should be making my maiden voyage soon.

Can't wait!
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Weds. perhaps , btw pm sent........
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Perhaps, but I won't have a proper speedo until later in the week.
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I got my aluminum hingepin holders today, finally. HRP really hooked it up and charged me for it.

I have been less than happy with the support I've gotten so far. I just hope this damn thing will make some laps finally.
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Originally Posted by rfleck
Thanks Trevor, good info. Says I should try a 22. Are any of you guys having cooling problems, and if undergeared slightly by 9% (using a 20tooth) will this add to the motor / ESC getting hot?
Undergearing doesn't generally cause more heat.
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Old 08-03-2010, 04:27 AM
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hi guys, i have an issue with my ball cups, they pop off as soon as i try to adjust them, any tips? I have pre-threaded and put Associated black grease on them with a screw before i threaded the turnbuckles and it still does it

this is the only complaint i have about this car so far...
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The stock cups are very soft. Many people upgrade to Associated TC5 studs and an appropriate ballcup.
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I noticed that also the ball cups come off way to easy so its the ball cups or the ball studs? Or replace both ?
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Both.
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Originally Posted by JoeNolasco
Undergearing doesn't generally cause more heat.
With brushless it does.
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Originally Posted by aradaiel
I got my aluminum hingepin holders today, finally. HRP really hooked it up and charged me for it.

I have been less than happy with the support I've gotten so far. I just hope this damn thing will make some laps finally.
Who did you speak with for support through HRP and what store do you order through?
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Just FYI:
When you shim the stock DEX410 motor mount, and mid mount to add more room for thicker batts, you are also raising your motor the same amount. Not a lot, but just thought would want to be aware. The new mounts for the R only raise the spur, and not the motor.
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