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Old 03-16-2015, 05:00 PM   #8431
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I'm still on the stuck spur gear with a 6.5 motor. If your gear mesh is set properly and you always check your motor mount screws, it's not going to strip.
I agree, I was on my original spur as well. I still believe that you can get more power to the ground with delrin though, it is much stiffer than the stock plastic spur. My .2 cents.
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Old 03-16-2015, 08:25 PM   #8432
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somebody post close up pics with your Schelle Racing chassis on top and bottom
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I use the HB aluminum horn.fits perfect. Check it out
Ya saw that one Thanx!!

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Whichever horn you use, make sure the ballstud is facing to the rear
The losi one looks as tho it is too close to the servo kinda goes strait up and the hb horn has more of a stand off that may seem better for the ball stud to come from the rear and still be off the servo a bit.Gonna head to the race shop tmrw and figure it out,Thanx for your reply!
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Old 03-16-2015, 11:11 PM   #8434
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Ya saw that one Thanx!!

The losi one looks as tho it is too close to the servo kinda goes strait up and the hb horn has more of a stand off that may seem better for the ball stud to come from the rear and still be off the servo a bit.Gonna head to the race shop tmrw and figure it out,Thanx for your reply!
The Losi one is the perfect shape but is tapped for 4-40 so you'll have to tap it for m3 and use a long enough ball stud to nut it on the other end.
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Old 03-17-2015, 02:39 AM   #8435
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The Losi one is the perfect shape but is tapped for 4-40 so you'll have to tap it for m3 and use a long enough ball stud to nut it on the other end.
and HB you dont....perfect fit.i tried both and HB wins hands down
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Old 03-17-2015, 06:09 AM   #8436
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HB horn fits almost like it was made for the HB car. Oh wait...

IMO don't even mess with anything else if you can get the HB horn. I'm sure there are others that work, but the HB horn is the right part.
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somebody post close up pics with your Schelle Racing chassis on top and bottom
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i can do for you. i am running the chassis and love it. what exactly do you need to know?
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Old 03-17-2015, 03:59 PM   #8438
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somebody post close up pics with your Schelle Racing chassis on top and bottom
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just got mine today. I will be installing her tonight and will post top and bottom pics asap
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Old 03-17-2015, 05:33 PM   #8439
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Been using the stock spur gear since day one. No issue.
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Old 03-17-2015, 05:36 PM   #8440
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Been using the stock spur gear since day one. No issue.
Same here... No broken parts... So i impressed with this car coming from b44.3...
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I've got several races on the stock spur without a problem too. But I still like the design of the Exotek and being able to swap spurs easily.

While I haven't and don't expect to strip a spur, the one that comes in the kit is not exactly a precision part. You have to decide where you want to set your mesh and check it all the way around since it is not perfectly round.

I was definitely going to get the Exotek until I read about the noise level increasing after it was installed. Now I'm not so sure as I was hoping for just the opposite of that.

I'm having the hardest time finding stuff to spend money on with this buggy.

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Same here... No broken parts... So i impressed with this car coming from b44.3...
What did you break on your 44.3? The ones I run against seem to be pretty solid the last couple times out. Seems like many are running RPM front arms now but other than that they don't seem to be breaking much.
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Old 03-17-2015, 06:31 PM   #8443
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We had a bone stock 44.3 smoke all of us last time out. After the 10 minute amain I was like how in the world did that guy manage 29 laps when I got 24. I lost a couple laps by having to be marshaled 3 or 4 times in the first two minutes before I got settled down, but dang.

Found out a couple days later that Blake Boggs drives for AE. I really need to pay more attention to some big races and at least know the names of some of the fast guys that live within driving distance.

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HB horn fits almost like it was made for the HB car. Oh wait...

IMO don't even mess with anything else if you can get the HB horn. I'm sure there are others that work, but the HB horn is the right part.
Thanx for the tips guys, race shop had the HB horn and its on the car,Build went sweet , she will on the track tmrw. I have to say the 3 piece body is kind OF a joke so went with the Proline body, fits nice!!

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I've got several races on the stock spur without a problem too. But I still like the design of the Exotek and being able to swap spurs easily.

While I haven't and don't expect to strip a spur, the one that comes in the kit is not exactly a precision part. You have to decide where you want to set your mesh and check it all the way around since it is not perfectly round.

I was definitely going to get the Exotek until I read about the noise level increasing after it was installed. Now I'm not so sure as I was hoping for just the opposite of that.

I'm having the hardest time finding stuff to spend money on with this buggy.

-Chris
Built the car with the Exotek spur gear and 1st run in the street I found no unusual noise coming from the spur at all! !Either people have something to loose or too tight would be my guess ,Exotek is no overnight hack shop, they would have done their homework and it seems they did!Ready to run over sum 22-4~s lol jk, not lol
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