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Old 07-07-2007, 12:17 AM   #1
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Default LRP SPHERE TC SPEC can it be ran without heatsink an fan for 10.5

i was just wondering if the fan and heatsingk could be taken off to run a 10.5 in tc im running the losi an its just plain old ignorant the way its gotta hang off the side
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I read somewhere the heatsink is directly mounted on the FET's..
you can always get the regular Sphere without the heatsink & fan.
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Nevermind...I just realized that you weren't just talking about the fan, but the entire heatsink...
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no i already have a tc spec was just wondering
i can always change cars lol
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my gtb hangs at least 1/3rd off the side of the chassis. never scrapes.
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yeh..half my electronics are only partly on the chassis, there is plenty of clearence between the side of the chassis and the bodyshell, so theres plenty of room. Not sure about the JRX-S......weird car. Good luck
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i was just wondering if the fan and heatsingk could be taken off to run a 10.5 in tc im running the losi an its just plain old ignorant the way its gotta hang off the side
mine hung out the side of my type r with no problems at all, also the heatsink on the lrp is mounted directly on the FETS, i would leave it alone
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