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Old 05-14-2007, 07:22 AM
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Originally Posted by POOKYT
I think I am biased towards Losi products. Any thoughts?
First up is...wow you save the freaking boxes

Next is ya couldn't have carted it all to the track to have a better background

Last is...why did ya wait so long to post that We needed to rag on you for somehting
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Old 05-14-2007, 07:38 AM
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Originally Posted by rcracingkid
First up is...wow you save the freaking boxes

Next is ya couldn't have carted it all to the track to have a better background

Last is...why did ya wait so long to post that We needed to rag on you for somehting
how is he going to fit all that in that little red car
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Old 05-14-2007, 07:41 AM
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how is he going to fit all that in that little red car
I'l be selling grandstand seats along the side of the driveway...want to be the first buyer?
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Originally Posted by POOKYT
I think I am biased towards Losi products. Any thoughts?
jeez "I wonder if he is sponsered?"
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Originally Posted by POOKYT
I think I am biased towards Losi products. Any thoughts?
PookyT is that a real conversion to a monster truck kit? if so that is old school. you've been doing this as long as i have.
plus is that a house in the back ground? didnt think they had houses in the south.
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Old 05-14-2007, 07:48 AM
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Originally Posted by rcracingkid
First up is...wow you save the freaking boxes

Next is ya couldn't have carted it all to the track to have a better background

Last is...why did ya wait so long to post that We needed to rag on you for somehting

First---Your jealous!

Next--No race yesterday.

Last--I had to wait untill my photographer(wife) was willing to take the pic.

All of those kits were sort of like dominos.......I bought the first and ran it untill I sold it for the next one.

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Originally Posted by tofuburger
PookyT is that a real conversion to a monster truck kit? if so that is old school. you've been doing this as long as i have.
plus is that a house in the back ground? didnt think they had houses in the south.

Yup! That is the original monster truck conversion kit. I also had the "Pro Formance" conversion for the JRX2 but My first Lab puppy decided to eat it one afternoon. LOL

We do have a few houses and mine is up on bricks while I have my "foundation" sent out to be mounted and balanced!!!! LMAO Ya know we have to rotate them every spring and fall.

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Old 05-14-2007, 08:27 AM
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Originally Posted by yyhayyim
My buddy's type R has some servo horm issues. he runs it with the servo saver, but even with that had a couple of crashes where the servo horn stripped...the crashes were pretty slow speed, thrugh a low speed corner...is the servo saver on to tight or too soft for it to strip so easy? Its driving him nuts...any advice on wha to check for?
He runs a futaba servo, and according tot he manula its the 25T horn. He already gone thru 2 of them in 2 weeks. Maybe he needs to tighten the servo saver a bit more?
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Yes it is 25 teeth.

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Nope, Futabas are 25-tooth splines.
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I seem to remember not using the servo horn the manual suggested for my 9550 because it didn't fit.
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I seem to remember not using the servo horn the manual suggested for my 9550 because it didn't fit.
Thanks Syndrome: Which one are you using for your Futaba servo? he is using the Futaba S9451...any else using this servo but having issues getting the losi 25T servo horn to fit? THis is really anoying as the 25T its a PITA to get it to fit, and you have to kind of force it in there, or else it just wont go in...something is not right. Has losi made a mistake on the manual or maybe bad design for the servo horn for the 25T futaba servos?
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Originally Posted by yyhayyim
Thanks Syndrome: Which one are you using for your Futaba servo? he is using the Futaba S9451...any else using this servo but having issues getting the losi 25T servo horn to fit? THis is really anoying as the 25T its a PITA to get it to fit, and you have to kind of force it in there, or else it just wont go in...something is not right. Has losi made a mistake on the manual or maybe bad design for the servo horn for the 25T futaba servos?
i have the 9550 in both of my Type R's with the 25t servo horn with no problems at all
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Originally Posted by yyhayyim
Thanks Syndrome: Which one are you using for your Futaba servo? he is using the Futaba S9451...any else using this servo but having issues getting the losi 25T servo horn to fit? THis is really anoying as the 25T its a PITA to get it to fit, and you have to kind of force it in there, or else it just wont go in...something is not right. Has losi made a mistake on the manual or maybe bad design for the servo horn for the 25T futaba servos?
I am running the 25T on my Futaba and I am using the S9451 servo as well. I have not had any problems. It was a tight fit getting it on there but I have not had any problems.

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