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Old 03-08-2011, 06:46 AM
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Allow playback on phones please. Thanks Trey.
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Old 03-08-2011, 07:02 AM
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Originally Posted by hacker07 View Post
5 is a 1.15mm hole which the closest is a 56.

So the stock are # 3 pistons right?

If I drill stock pistons they r now # 5?

I dont have to add any additional holes?

Thank you!
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Allow playback on phones please. Thanks Trey.
Plays fine on my EVO
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I know I probably should know this but this is my first sct. How do the "number panels" I'll call them... where does the triangle shaped one go? I figured out the other one
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If I could request one thing on this truck, I'd like to see a full build up manual like what shipped with the 8ight and 8ight-T made available. It makes speccing hardware and rebuilding the more complex assemblies that much easier.
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Old 03-08-2011, 07:39 AM
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Originally Posted by AMorgan View Post
If I could request one thing on this truck, I'd like to see a full build up manual like what shipped with the 8ight and 8ight-T made available. It makes speccing hardware and rebuilding the more complex assemblies that much easier.
I concur, even if its online @ losi's website.
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Originally Posted by DC#14 View Post
I know I probably should know this but this is my first sct. How do the "number panels" I'll call them... where does the triangle shaped one go? I figured out the other one
I put mine between the number panel and the truck body, to act as a spacer. Without it, it seems you could crush the body or the number panel and cause cracks at the screw holes.
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Would 3s be to much for a 6.8-7lb truck?
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Originally Posted by S/X Runner View Post
No it's not, it's in completely separate bag that just floats around in the box by itself. The bag is TINY. Look in the floor where you opened the box. When I opened my box, my wife said do you need this? She was holding the bag with the motor screws and the servo piece.
Weird mine was in the bag with the manuals.

Sorry. :\
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Old 03-08-2011, 08:27 AM
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I wish that was the case, I've looked until my face turn blue , guess I'll have to make do.

Thanks, Jeff
Sorry man, mine was in the bag, I guess it's different in different boxes.
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Old 03-08-2011, 08:30 AM
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Originally Posted by S/X Runner View Post
Allow playback on phones please. Thanks Trey.
Fixed... Had no idea that was an option.
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Originally Posted by dirtracer1 View Post
Thanks hacker......I haven't had a chance to play with the truck yet (too much work), but I was thinking 5/5/3 as a start. Our track is outside, clay, sometimes lose/dusty and usually grooves.
For low bite I would really go with 3 in the center.

Originally Posted by ffpm46 View Post
So the stock are # 3 pistons right?

If I drill stock pistons they r now # 5?

I dont have to add any additional holes?

Thank you!
No additional holes required. Losi sells the the piston pack so you can have all the tuning options. Better then drilling out your only set.
http://losi.com/Products/Features.aspx?ProdId=LOSB2909


Originally Posted by DC#14 View Post
I know I probably should know this but this is my first sct. How do the "number panels" I'll call them... where does the triangle shaped one go? I figured out the other one
The triangles are options in case you don't like the taller square ones is what I was told. Never tried to put them both on at the same time.
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Originally Posted by heavyjeffd View Post
Sorry man, mine was in the bag, I guess it's different in different boxes.
mine came in a lil seperate baggy.

spent 15 mins looking for the pinion gear till i looked at the manual and saw the pinion listed under the "required" category...

gotta go back to the LHS today and grab one so i can try this beast out.

you guys running the sidewinder SCT 1410, how do you like it on the SCTE? hows the temps? runtime?

thanks
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Originally Posted by ffpm46 View Post
So the stock are # 3 pistons right?

If I drill stock pistons they r now # 5?

I dont have to add any additional holes?

Thank you!
Correct, there are no more holes, they are all 4 hole pistons. Or you can just buy two of the piston packs and have all the pistons.

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I know I probably should know this but this is my first sct. How do the "number panels" I'll call them... where does the triangle shaped one go? I figured out the other one
Those are just another option.
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Originally Posted by SaladFork View Post
Fixed... Had no idea that was an option.
Thanks bro. I'll check it out now.
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