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Old 05-09-2003, 04:23 PM   #1201
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I ran stock a couple weeks ago with a monster motor. I had it geared 6.85
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Old 05-09-2003, 07:43 PM   #1202
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Talking Took me 4 days, but got it done!!!

For some reason I just want to share this with you all SD owner or will be.


Done with servo rotated 90 deg. I guess it's time to let this animal goes wild.....


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Old 05-09-2003, 10:55 PM   #1203
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....Done with servo rotated 90 deg....
the 90 deg rotation is intended to make more room on the main chassis for the electronics...drop that blue thing to the deck.
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Old 05-09-2003, 11:19 PM   #1204
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the 90 deg rotation is intended to make more room on the main chassis for the electronics...drop that blue thing to the deck.
komkit..

yes...definately put that receiver on the deck. I did the same mod..and you should have plenty of space to put all the electronics on the main deck.
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Old 05-10-2003, 04:41 AM   #1205
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Ummm yes, I could do that. I could put the transponder on top of the servo where the RX is right now.. and move the RX down


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Old 05-10-2003, 05:34 AM   #1206
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I think this should be it. What do u guys thinks??

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I think this should be it. What do u guys thinks??

Did you glue your servo to your chassis?
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Old 05-10-2003, 07:46 AM   #1208
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Hi,

I have got a problem with the rear transmission case. As soon as i tighten the two screws the drivetrain gets very sluggish..
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Old 05-10-2003, 07:50 AM   #1209
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Check that the bevel gear is located fully on the shaft, and make sure your shims are in the right places. The Teacher had a similar problem, he may be able to say how he solved it. Mine is perfect when built as the kit suggests.
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Old 05-10-2003, 11:37 AM   #1210
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I am building my SD at the moment and I am wondering If I should use a chassis protective film. Although i seems to be very tricky cutting out all the holes and slots..

Has anyone of you used it?

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Yes, I used it on my car. And completely covered the bottom of the chassis. I wont lie to you, it take a bit of time, and you'll probably go through at least two new hobby blades while you do all that trimming. But its definitely worth the effort.
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I think this should be it. What do u guys thinks??

beautiful...
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IH: here a look a the finished product. This was done using Associated's chassis film.

The best part is that there is very little reason to remove the screws in the chassis, so you probably wont have to cut out many of the screw holes.
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Hi Darkseid,

I did it like Mo suggested. I have only covered the front and the rear. Nevertheless I needed two blades....I have cut out all the
screw holes...
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Did you glue your servo to your chassis?
Yep, 3M tape and Shoe Goo around the servo.

heheheh Make me feel like running my YR-4M2 PRO again

I did it the same way. 4 years same tape same goo same servo.. Never had a problem.
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Its amazing what a new set of tires will do for you!

With a new set of pre-mounted Take Offs C22's and a small change in the piston/oil combination in the front and rear shocks, I now have a unbelievably excellent handling Yok SD!

The car felt slow, like I was driving in slow motion or something, but the lap times show fast!
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