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Old 04-16-2007, 08:03 AM   #16
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shaft drive??!

looks a bit fragile and flexible to me?!? also what is going on with those cells?
Actually, the design allows to use 4,5 or 6 cells rules, so now you can see the 6 cells scheme, with servo on the right side (not mounted on the picture).
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is that a new xray?
no :-) new brand ))
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Looks like a belt-drive motor position, with a shaft-drive drive train. Interesting design. 100% need special spur/pinon.

More interesting, is that a laydown damper through damper rod? Or something else?
the gears are similar to others - nothing new :-)

the suspension - one of the designs that is getting patents now.
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It looks like the Penguin TC4 chassis. Where its completely configurable where the batteries and electronics go.
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the gears are similar to others - nothing new :-)

the suspension - one of the designs that is getting patents now.
If the pinon/spur is like traditional, how to make pinon/spur 90degree cross?

Or motor isn't mount like belt-drive but like traditional shaft-drive?


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motor is like BD )) you're right
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Old 04-16-2007, 09:35 AM   #22
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If the pinon/spur is like traditional, how to make pinon/spur 90degree cross?

Or motor isn't mount like belt-drive but like traditional shaft-drive?


BIGGER PHOTO SOMEONE!


There is no spur gear mounted on the car. If you look closely you will see that the spur gear and pinion is layed out on the table.
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If the pinon/spur is like traditional, how to make pinon/spur 90degree cross?

Or motor isn't mount like belt-drive but like traditional shaft-drive?
From the looks of it, it seems that it doesn't have a traditional "pinion on spur" transmission. Behind the batteries (4) you can see a blank aluminium piece which holds a pinion and is connected to the spurgear. Somewhere between the motorshaft and the aluminium piece should be a drivetrain connection which can't be seen.

@ number_one, just take a few pictures the next time you see it, there's already a picture made of it so it doesn't matter anymore!
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Maybe the new design is based on the Spur and Pinion looking something like this:
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additional photos of the car:

http://forum.rcdesign.ru/index.php?a...=post&id=76974

http://forum.rcdesign.ru/index.php?a...=post&id=76975

The prototype is in the center (white car). On the left the driver finished second with Xray t2'007 and right Tamiya 415 MSX finished third.
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It would strengthen things if you posted pictures that are closer and without the bodies.
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Maybe the new design is based on the Spur and Pinion looking something like this:

Forget he shaft!!! Let it go!!! LIVE IN THE NOW!!!!! LMAO

Go to the Corally thread Barry! hehehe

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Top secret RC car. Name?
Chernobyl MK II


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Top secret RC car. Name?
Chernobyl MK II


I think it will have better name
but your one is good too
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Forget he shaft!!! Let it go!!! LIVE IN THE NOW!!!!! LMAO

Go to the Corally thread Barry! hehehe

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