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Old 01-21-2007, 12:26 AM   #1576
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Oh yea then there's that, wires, wires, wires everywhere with this BL stuff ....I'll probably shorten the wire going into the recvr ...once I run the car and see if she's gonna stick around or not.
Just pass her on to me if you are the least bit dissatisfied...
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Cant you just shorten the wires in the servo instead of cutting the wires clost to the plug and shrink wraping it. the wires in teh servo go through the circuit board just like the QC2 tabs, much easier! I will have a full length spare one for when it goes to the offroad cars. I run the Losi CR and teh CR Truck that will be coming out, and if i put the 9550, i would have to put extra weight in her ontop of the weight you aready put in the front on teh CR! lol

I applied some decals on teh DNA, I think it looks sharp, to many decals, and it just looks... blah..! made room for the FullThrottle sticker on teh front hodd above the Xray logo for when they come with the next package!




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Old 01-21-2007, 07:54 AM   #1578
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Just pass her on to me if you are the least bit dissatisfied...
LOL ...I'm 99.999% sure she's gonna be a keeper, just in the build you can tell she's dialed.

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Cant you just shorten the wires in the servo instead of cutting the wires clost to the plug and shrink wraping it. the wires in teh servo go through the circuit board just like the QC2 tabs, much easier!
When I shorten the recvr wires I usually cut the wire and put a new end on it.
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Old 01-21-2007, 08:49 AM   #1579
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LOL ...I'm 99.999% sure she's gonna be a keeper, just in the build you can tell she's dialed.
So, now we know how Derek got soooooooooooo fast all of a sudden!
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That may not be far from the truth Bill.
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I will be perchasing My first Xray T2 007 euro in March, and I plan to buy the Hudy basic tool set in feb, is there any special size hex or driver I will need besides what comes in the kit. Also I am new to electric, and dont have much knowledege about batteries and specificly discharging, I need a discharger, I have been looking at a Spintech, the Trinity Dyna (the cheeper one), and the Integy reactor 30, what are some thoughts, is there another one under $50 that would be good?

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Old 01-21-2007, 11:44 AM   #1582
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Harsh: Is that one of those express roadrunner car stand ? If it is, your O.G. status bro. BTW: Racenut dipped into the 8.1's (the only sedan) with his 007 this past friday on the carpet. Can you say " BIZIALED " ? The car is on rails for his first time out. Very impressive. If this car is that good out of the box, I can't imagine how good Xray's N1 car will be out of the box.
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Old 01-21-2007, 12:30 PM   #1583
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I will be perchasing My first Xray T2 007 euro in March, and I plan to buy the Hudy basic tool set in feb, is there any special size hex or driver I will need besides what comes in the kit. Also I am new to electric, and dont have much knowledege about batteries and specificly discharging, I need a discharger, I have been looking at a Spintech, the Trinity Dyna (the cheeper one), and the Integy reactor 30, what are some thoughts, is there another one under $50 that would be good?

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Brian,

I only consider the Integy Reactor 30 as being a "discharger". The other two are more or less "battery conditioners". They discharge at very slow rates.

When my CE GFX isn't available, I often discharge 6-cell packs using a set of lights (20A) with a 5.4V electronic cutoff module.
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Gonna be alot of fun come next weekend. I'll shock the world and run stock....
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Harsh: Is that one of those express roadrunner car stand ? If it is, your O.G. status bro.
Honestly I don't know ...I've had it forever, I did run the express MS edition for a while, not sure if I picked that car stand up at the same time maybe????
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Gonna be alot of fun come next weekend. I'll shock the world and run stock....
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Maybe I'll have my brushless back by then...
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What happened to your GTB? You better run 19t!
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Old 01-21-2007, 04:38 PM   #1590
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What happened to your GTB? You better run 19t!
...I may run both, just picked up a "whole setup" that if it get's here by wed or thu I can move the 4300 over from the MRE to it.
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