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Old 01-14-2008, 06:40 AM   #691
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Will Orion 3600 LiPo Batt fit in T2'008 or T2'007?
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Orion 3600 LiPo today tested fit in T2'008 6 Cell chassis
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Old 01-14-2008, 06:49 AM   #692
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Want to see a 3600 on a T2'008 though



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Old 01-14-2008, 09:47 AM   #693
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Orion 3600 LiPo today tested fit in T2'008 6 Cell chassis
Great!! Thank you!!



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which car/ tire setup. 3.5 chassis and foam or 2.5 and rubber tires...?
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Old 01-14-2008, 12:28 PM   #695
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which car/ tire setup. 3.5 chassis and foam or 2.5 and rubber tires...?
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Old 01-14-2008, 02:27 PM   #696
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i fixed it. i just took the smallest grub screw from a 26 tooth pinion and ground it down and then at a 45 degree angle and now it is flush with the pinion.BELT SAVER....
by the way i ran it with a stock brushless and it is awesome, it has all the steering needed.
Yup, that's what I did as well. I put the set screw in my wrench and just moved it back and forth on a piece of sandpaper flat on a table until it became flush with the outside of the pinion.
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Old 01-14-2008, 02:52 PM   #697
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help guys
what do the diffs do up in the car,front & rear,and then i put them to down front & rear,:
which way is best for grip & handling,etc:
ok, I will try again. It depends on foam or rubber tires, and which chassis.

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Yup, that's what I did as well. I put the set screw in my wrench and just moved it back and forth on a piece of sandpaper flat on a table until it became flush with the outside of the pinion.
Yet another method: I fitted the pinion backwards (that is with the screw oposite to the motor side) on a 17x1 motor. Conected it to 7.2 volts and ground the pinion with a file till 7.4mm. That will ground the pinion also, so i reinserted the hex driver ocasionaly to remove the aluminium from the screw.

Takes about 2 minutes
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for the truely talented, you can use xray part number 901302 on metric threaded pinions(ie ti racing) or you can thread the grub screw in backwards with locktite. grind down about 0.5 mm(my robinson pinions thats about all it took) and the heat from the grinding should free it up a bit and just take it back out by hand. if needed heat the thread locking compound with a lighter..

for the truely brave(i did this while i as mad) super glue your pinon grub screw to the allen tool and grind the non hex side... btw, dont degrease the screw or the tool lol..

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When are you getting all the T2008 spare parts in stock?
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When are you getting all the T2008 spare parts in stock?
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