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Old 12-02-2009, 09:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Randy Caster View Post
Hey guys, just wanted to let you know that I have designed and made a new style setup wheel. The new design will not only give accurate camber readings, but will also allow for accurate tweak measurement. The wheel actually threads on the axle allowing it to center perfectly every time.

I made a handful of them with 8-32 threads with the Losi racers in mind, check out my RCRevealed thread in the Team and Company Discussions forums for more info.



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wow master of Losi XXX-S is in our thread, but this showing how long Randy haven't care about the Losi products cause you see here new(for you that is) Losi type-R use Metric wheel axle (M4) just like your shiny TRF cars. no more 8-32 or 10-32 for us iether.
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Old 12-02-2009, 09:52 AM
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Originally Posted by da_John_wee View Post
Losi type-R use Metric wheel axle (M4) just like your shiny TRF cars. no more 8-32 or 10-32 for us iether.

Again!........ John Lee all over it!!.........


......... Long Live LOSI Nation!!
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Old 12-02-2009, 10:31 AM
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Sorry, I should have noted that they were aimed at the JRXS (and even TC3) I have 4mm threads available for the Type R.

Just wanted to be sure that I had the older threads available for those that need them.
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Hi,

Pablo Diablo: what else if not a FlyingFox spool? Our thanks for the great products!

MikeXray: I wish once I will know it!

Greg: I try to make the car faster in turns instead
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Originally Posted by Gergely View Post
Hello Type-R fans,

Just a short news to let you know that my protege made the A-final in the ProStock class last weekend with the JRXS-R.

http://ets.redrc.net/
http://ets.redrc.net/wp-content/gall...tockgrid-9.jpg

The field included some big names like german and japanese stock national champions.

For Sunday the grip was very high, our shoes were sticking to the carpet during the ceremony...

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WOW nice job! made A in ETS!

any picture of the car without a body? or setup sheet to share?

thanks
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Old 12-02-2009, 02:13 PM
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Originally Posted by MikeXray View Post
The unbeveled edge of that motor makes it a tight fit, you can dremel the block to get more clearance, or get a prs or flyinf fox spur gear adapter and run a 108 instead. Most other motors clear a bit better due to being shorter or a different endbell design.
thanks, i hadn't thought of the spur gear adapter having a motor selection advantage.
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Originally Posted by avs View Post
thanks, i hadn't thought of the spur gear adapter having a motor selection advantage.
I am sure I've fit a 51/118 with the stock layshaft, I think I was running a novak at the time, this is with a drememeled pivot block though, you can take a good bit off, but you will lose the ability to flip it over, so I have one ready for each RC position
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Originally Posted by MikeXray View Post
I am sure I've fit a 51/118 with the stock layshaft, I think I was running a novak at the time, this is with a drememeled pivot block though, you can take a good bit off, but you will lose the ability to flip it over, so I have one ready for each RC position
or just dremeled that endbell off make it look like a trinity one
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Originally Posted by da_John_wee View Post
WOW nice job! made A in ETS!

any picture of the car without a body? or setup sheet to share?

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I see he's using the 5th body post, as I suggested a long time ago
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does anyone know if the flying fox lay shafts are in stock at skyrocket?
i would like to get one befor the KO race on dec. 12
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I see he's using the 5th body post, as I suggested a long time ago
yeah I start using one too after I saw my own car's high speed pic
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Originally Posted by metalracer2 View Post
does anyone know if the flying fox lay shafts are in stock at skyrocket?
i would like to get one befor the KO race on dec. 12
As far as I know Skyrocket is out and so am I. I will have my biggest batch of layshafts yet ready in 1 week. Flying Fox is stepping it up. I still can't believe how many Type R fans are out there.
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Originally Posted by Pablo Diablo View Post
As far as I know Skyrocket is out and so am I. I will have my biggest batch of layshafts yet ready in 1 week. Flying Fox is stepping it up. I still can't believe how many Type R fans are out there.
Any update on the spool kits?
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I really need to get that 5th body post mounted. boy, does that body flex.
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So... Which body is best for rubber? What are you guys running? Mazda6 or Speed6? LtcR?
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