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Old 08-01-2005, 06:18 PM   #14311
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Im in Australia, i'll ask our importer if they can get them next time i'm there I wasnt sure if they were out in Japan yet, hopefully we can get them here
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Old 08-01-2005, 06:33 PM   #14312
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I finally got the Tobee Craft driveshaft. And I made my wiring look much cleaner...
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Old 08-02-2005, 02:22 PM   #14314
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That's probably the worst my pitspace has looked in a long time
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Old 08-02-2005, 04:29 PM   #14315
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Old 08-02-2005, 05:12 PM   #14316
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Wow...... how do you work in a mess like that j/k
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Old 08-02-2005, 08:28 PM   #14317
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Thing is, to ya'll it looks like I dumped my pitbox on that table, but I actually know where everything is and have never lost anything in the clutter
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Old 08-04-2005, 07:43 AM   #14318
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My two prototype spools are ready... They are superlightweight...
One-way: 22g
Spool: 10g

Sounds ok to me...

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Old 08-04-2005, 09:58 AM   #14319
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is your spool or one-way ready to sell yet.... how about thouse bladder that fits over the dog bone pins... any news on them also?

still trying to reduce the damage when bashing with my mod motor.

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Old 08-04-2005, 10:41 AM   #14320
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is your spool or one-way ready to sell yet.... how about thouse bladder that fits over the dog bone pins... any news on them also?

still trying to reduce the damage when bashing with my mod motor.
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no offence to speedy-932.
but runing those spools you will get alot more damage, as they will be very weak, as they are aluminium, they will not last long, especcialy in mod, i may get some though for stock 27t but nothing higher, they just wont be strong enough.
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My two prototype spools are ready... They are superlightweight...
One-way: 22g
Spool: 10g

Sounds ok to me...

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Wow! Nice job on those. If I weren't afraid of spools, I'd get one!
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@aoizip: I only have a spool... no one-way... sorry... If you want a spool or aluminium diff outdrives send me PM, please... the Xray blades will fit... perhaps I will make some of delrin... who knows...
And perhaps a nice special in blue anodized aluminium...

@agower: I understand your worries but I think the spool is strong enough. We will see... A german driver will test one of the two spools in modified at the german nationals (rubber tires) and I will test one at the HPI Nationals in 17T (rubber tires). And I will try them with a mod motor with foam tires... I think that's enough testing.
BTW... it depends on the material you choose for the spool... there are some very good aluminiums out there...

I made some diff rings which are really hard... ceramic balls are very good with this rings but steel balls wear way too fast... and nearly no wear on the rings...

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does anyone have the part number for the xray blades? and what is needed? is it just the bit that goes over the pin? or the hole dogbone / cvd?

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order#: 305240
It's just a set of 4 plastic clipses which protect the outdrievs from getting damaged by the pin. The blades are slightly bigger but that's no problem... perhaps I will make a few delrin blades...

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thanks mate, any idea of pricing for them yet?
once i no that ill pm you saying i want some, unless there to much.

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