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Old 06-17-2007, 06:09 AM   #2791
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I agree that the idea of using the center one way seems useless if you are already using a front one way, But I like to use the center one way when i am already using a front one way. Im not sure why but it makes the car drive smoother, it must have something to do with the momentum of the belt still spinning with the second one way or something. but everyone that i have seen try it says that their car is smoother and a bit easier to drive with both as apposed to just the front one way. paul
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Old 06-17-2007, 07:26 AM   #2792
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Paul, have you ever used middle one way with spool or front diff?
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Old 06-17-2007, 10:17 AM   #2793
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nope it's to big. an 87 just fits
OK Thanks!
i'm using 87T
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007 EU 5 cell how can under 1350g
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Old 06-17-2007, 12:01 PM   #2795
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does someone have a link to how they have modded the car to fit the 4800 lipos?

i just got one coming used and i heard that the 4800 wont fit

i already have 2 4800s so i dont want to have to get the 32 if i can avoid it

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Old 06-17-2007, 12:11 PM   #2796
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To my understanding a F oneway removes the drag from the belts and motor, adding a C oneway will remove the rest of the drag in the drivetrain, as far as having a F spool or ball diff, there is no point, you really only need a F spool if your driving with brakes, with a oneway in the C you will have no brakes. I have tried a F oneway, and it works well for me on our track, but others say no, its not oneway friendly. I guess the best thing to do is try it, although some races don't allow oneways, even though you could stay up with the fast guys you will be a roadblock entering the corner.
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Old 06-17-2007, 12:16 PM   #2797
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does someone have a link to how they have modded the car to fit the 4800 lipos?

i just got one coming used and i heard that the 4800 wont fit

i already have 2 4800s so i dont want to have to get the 32 if i can avoid it

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http://nexusracing.net/newsdesk_info...1f366368139b95
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Old 06-17-2007, 06:05 PM   #2798
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Does this car take aftermarket spur gears, or only xray one's?


thanks....
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Old 06-17-2007, 06:33 PM   #2799
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does someone have a link to how they have modded the car to fit the 4800 lipos?

i just got one coming used and i heard that the 4800 wont fit

i already have 2 4800s so i dont want to have to get the 32 if i can avoid it

thanks
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Its retarded man, you have to shim the upperdeck, that affects the handling of the car. Just buy Maxamps 5000Hv packs and they slide right in PERFECT. You have 22mm clearance between the chassis and top deck on the 2007 xray and the Orion pack is 23mm, making it too tall. The 5000Hv from Maxamps is 20mm and it fits flawlessly.

Sell the Orion packs or use them ofr your off road cars. Oh the maxamps 5000Hv is $100 shipped each.
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Does this car take aftermarket spur gears, or only xray one's?


thanks....
I used Precision racing's 64p spurs, they are black and look exactly liek the xray ones but Im running a 96t spur on a 41t pinion, it comes to 3.98 FD and the car hauls with my ss13.5 pro!
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I used Precision racing's 64p spurs, they are black and look exactly liek the xray ones but Im running a 96t spur on a 41t pinion, it comes to 3.98 FD and the car hauls with my ss13.5 pro!
Cool thanks, Does it fit the kimbrough / Robinsion racing standard spurs?
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Cool thanks, Does it fit the kimbrough / Robinsion racing standard spurs?
both fits
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Thank you to all who replied regarding the center one way...guess I have to try it with a front one way then. Thanks!!




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perfect!! thank you

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Thank you to all who replied regarding the center one way...guess I have to try it with a front one way then. Thanks!!




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