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Old 11-08-2006, 04:54 PM   #1
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could yall post some pics of yalls cars? preferably shaft drive cars. i cant find a good way to mount all my electronics directly on the chassis.
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Why not tell us what kind of car you have that way someone with the same kind can post a picture for you.
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really any sd car will be ok. i run a yokomo mr4tc-sd black special with a rayspeed chassis. its got a neo-one 4star on it and it has the lrp sphere comp and right now an airtonics 94102 servo. reciever is either going to be a novak XXtra synthisized or an airtonics 92926Z depending on space in the car
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really any sd car will be ok. i run a yokomo mr4tc-sd black special with a rayspeed chassis. its got a neo-one 4star on it and it has the lrp sphere comp and right now an airtonics 94102 servo. reciever is either going to be a novak XXtra synthisized or an airtonics 92926Z depending on space in the car
When I ran my SD, I always ran a futaba low profile servo and spaced it forward 2MM. This gave me the extra space i needed so i didn't need to stack my electronics. I ran Novak GTX esc, Spektrum receiver and Futaba low profile servo. Never tried to fit brushless system.
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Here's my evo 5. I am using the KO low profile servo, it is sweet. I am also using hara twister 2.1 to go with that. There is actually extra space left. (but that's because my s4 capacitor is mounted under the shaft.
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In my SD I am using a Novak GT-7 esc Novak xxl reciever and a Airtronics 94360 servo it is a tight squeeze but they fit. Never tried brushless.
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the neo-one is the same size as a normal moded or stock 540 motor. the sphere comp is a 33L X 38W X 15H mm case. the reciever will be either a 42L x 29W x 13H mm case or a 42L x 28W x 17H mm case
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