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Old 09-11-2010, 07:33 AM
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Cool, thanks a bunch for the info guys. . .and Sickwittit I like those CF parts!
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Old 09-11-2010, 09:22 AM
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Originally Posted by MindThoughts View Post
For the money, This is a great servo:

Associated XP Digital
High Torque High Speed DS1015 Servo with Coreless Motor.

SPECS: Dimensions: 1.6 x 0.81 x 1.5" (41.8 x 20.6 x 39.6mm)
Weight: 2.32oz (66g)
Torque: 201.4 oz-in (14.5 kg-cm) @6V
Transit Time: 0.108 sec/60
Voltage Range: 4.8 - 6V
Traveling Angle: 90/180

Link to Servo:

http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin/wti0001p?&I=LXTCX9


For a little more money, The HiTech 7950TH is quite powerful:

http://www.servocity.com/html/hs-7950th_servo.html

More Data:
http://www.tcscrawlers.com/Hitec-HS-...o-p-17941.html


we all have opinion's and mine on Ace/Ae servo's isn't a pretty one, Lets just leave it at you like the Ace and I dont.

no sense getting into details as i know the outcome of arguing over servo's.


PS talk to robert lately joseph ?
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Default Matrix Concepts Inc. Carbon Fiber Chassis and Parts- Status.

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we all have opinion's and mine on Ace/Ae servo's isn't a pretty one, Lets just leave it at you like the Ace and I dont.

no sense getting into details as i know the outcome of arguing over servo's.


PS talk to robert lately joseph ?
Hi Nick,
I'm very very interested in knowing what your experience has been with these Servo's. I will send you a PM.

I spoke to Robert two days ago and he was looking at another 2am late night shift working on chassis specifics and also working on side guards and a few other new design carbon fiber parts as well. Robert is extreemly busy getting everything ready for the Nationals. Jeremy Kortz has been testing and racing with the Matrix Concepts Inc Complete Carbon Fiber Kit- which includes the Carbon Fiber Chassis. This project is going very well. I'm extreemly happy to see Robert and Jeremy Kortz working together on this project with the carbon fiber chassis and shock towers and all the parts Robert is making. Robert has been working almost nonstop- often working until after 2am in the morning, a couple hours sleep and right back up to the shop designing and refining all these carbon fiber parts. I talk with Robert at least twice a week. I can hear in Roberts voice he's quite tired, but also extreemly excited about creating all these parts. Robert has a passion for his work and it's really great to see Robert so excited about what he is doing. The quality and attention to detail is second to none.
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I can't wait to pick up one of the matrix chassis kits!!!
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Originally Posted by MindThoughts View Post
Hi Nick,
I'm very very interested in knowing what your experience has been with these Servo's. I will send you a PM.

I spoke to Robert two days ago and he was looking at another 2am late night shift working on chassis specifics and also working on side guards and a few other new design carbon fiber parts as well. Robert is extreemly busy getting everything ready for the Nationals. Jeremy Kortz has been testing and racing with the Matrix Concepts Inc Complete Carbon Fiber Kit- which includes the Carbon Fiber Chassis. This project is going very well. I'm extreemly happy to see Robert and Jeremy Kortz working together on this project with the carbon fiber chassis and shock towers and all the parts Robert is making. Robert has been working almost nonstop- often working until after 2am in the morning, a couple hours sleep and right back up to the shop designing and refining all these carbon fiber parts. I talk with Robert at least twice a week. I can hear in Roberts voice he's quite tired, but also extreemly excited about creating all these parts. Robert has a passion for his work and it's really great to see Robert so excited about what he is doing. The quality and attention to detail is second to none.
The chassis look nice. How many years has he been making carbon parts for the hobby industry?
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Originally Posted by RACETEK View Post
The chassis look nice. How many years has he been making carbon parts for the hobby industry?

I stand corrected

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Originally Posted by RACETEK View Post
The chassis look nice. How many years has he been making carbon parts for the hobby industry?
I made my first RC parts in 1982 for the Associated RC12e, then my first (monocoque) molded chassis for the RC10 in 1989. I manufactured the carbon monocoqe F1 chassis for HPI, I think 1992, we produced 85 of them and they all went to Japan except for 3. I also made molded ground effect INSANE SPEEDRUN CARS, that Bob Novak ansd Shawn Ireland drove back in the early 90's also.

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Originally Posted by spunkysandoval View Post
I can't wait to pick up one of the matrix chassis kits!!!
I look forward to seeing your Full Matrix Concepts Inc- Hyper 9E with Full Carbon Fiber Chassis with all Accessories and Parts Available- some not yet revealed but will be shown for the first time around the time of the Nationals which are only a few weeks away. Once you receive your complete kit, please take lots of pictures of your buggy with all the carbon fiber and post those pictures up on this thread, and or on Roberts Matrix Concepts Inc- Performance Carbon Fiber Chassis and Parts Thread. You're going to love this kit, it's totally awesome in every detail. And the performance of the Matrix Concepts Carbon Fiber Chassis and parts is absolutely amazing.

Originally Posted by RACETEK View Post
The chassis look nice. How many years has he been making carbon parts for the hobby industry?
In addition to Roberts post, the past five years have include making carbon fiber chassis for the Losi 8ight which is pictured on the Matrix Concepts Inc- Home WebSite. The Carbon Fiber Chassis Robert Design for the Losi 8ight is like nothing I've ever seen. A front and rear "Built Into the Chassis" replaceable Skid Plate- molded flush into the bottom of the chassis. And also includes replaceable(Aluminum) Droop Screw Plates as well. In the past five years of the Losi 8ight Carbon Fiber Chassis being in Production, not one chassis has broke. Even the very first Prototype Chassis that didn't even have replaceable skid plates built into them- are still being raced to this day with zero problems and excellent performance. I truly hope that everyone in the RC industry- one day has access to Roberts Products, in other words; I hope Robert can continue to expand the line of Chassis and Parts he makes in carbon fiber- to all the major manufacturers of 1/8th scale buggies and truggies.

PS. In the past twenty years, Robert has worked with Carbon Fiber Design and Manufacture for the purpose of Performance Parts for various high tech industries and hobbies. All of Roberts Experience goes into everything Robert makes with Carbon Fiber. Plus I believe Robert has a Natural ability, a rare Genious that makes the impossible; Possible

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Old 09-12-2010, 05:50 PM
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I'm trying to find the Matrix Concepts carbon fiber chassis and complete kit on the website for my Hyper 9e but not having much luck. Can someone please post a direct link? Also, I want to buy screw set to replace the stock. . .any recommendations?
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I'm trying to find the Matrix Concepts carbon fiber chassis and complete kit on the website for my Hyper 9e but not having much luck. Can someone please post a direct link? Also, I want to buy screw set to replace the stock. . .any recommendations?

Hi RMJ22-
The Complete Matrix Concepts Carbon Fiber Kit's which include the Carbon Fiber Chassis will be available around the time of the Nationals, which is quite soon. The final pricing will not be available until the Chassis and Complete Kit is ready for release.

Be sure to send Robert an email asking to be placed on the waiting list for the Complete Hyper 9E Carbon Fiber Kit which includes the Carbon Fiber Chassis- Side Guards- Radio Tray- Center Diff Top Plate- Ackerman Arms- Shock Towers- Front Upper Hinge Pin Holder- And More- All Extreemly High Quality.

Direct Link to Matrix Concepts Inc WebSite:
http://www.matrixconceptsinc.com/

Link to Robert's Direct Email Address:
http://www.matrixconceptsinc.com/pro...ix_mission.asp

As for which screws to run. Many Racers run the Titanium Screws, NitroHouse sells two screw kit's for the Mugen Buggy- which fit the Hyper 9E quite well.

Two Links to the kit's you will need:
http://www.nitrohouse.com/catalog/pr...ducts_id=20022

You will also need this kit.
http://www.nitrohouse.com/catalog/pr...ducts_id=20023

If you would like to spend less on screws, you can give aluminum a try and replace any screws that break with either Titanium, or the Hardened Black Steel screws which are heavier- but also quite strong.
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Hmmm...Patience boys...patience....As the cliche goes,"Everything comes to those who wait"...but seriously, are we there yet?! just putting in a friendly jab...
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Does anyone use this Ofna Hyper 9e CNC Aluminum Motor Mount Heat Sink.
Did it fit when I use Elite RC motor mount ?
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Originally Posted by perdoden View Post
Does anyone use this Ofna Hyper 9e CNC Aluminum Motor Mount Heat Sink.
Did it fit when I use Elite RC motor mount ?
If you're talking about the one that comes with the kit, no it doesn't fit.

It doesn't even fit with the stock motor mount with most motors.
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Default Elite-RC motor mount moves the motor closer to the chassiss than stock. Even with 26T

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Does anyone use this Ofna Hyper 9e CNC Aluminum Motor Mount Heat Sink.
Did it fit when I use Elite RC motor mount ?
The reason the heat sink doesn't fit when using the Elite-RC motor mount is because the elite-RC motor mount lowers the motor even closer to the chassis, test revealed that even with a 26mm tooth pinion gear, and the 15 degree incline angle Brandon design into the motor mount, the motor still sits closer to the chassis compared to the stock motor mount. Brandon of Elite-RC, lowered the motor as close as possible to the chassis, yet still leave enough space between the chassis and bottom of the motor for any possible chassis flex. Thus preventing the motor from making contact with the chassis directly.
If you're considering buying the elite-RC motor mount, I highly recumend it. If you already own the elite-RC motor mount- well done
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Mindthoughts - thanks!
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