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Old 06-05-2003, 11:24 PM   #16
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It might be cheaper to just go to OfficeMax or someplace, and buy some digital postage scales. Just set them on your setup board and you've got the same basic thing... Just make sure they're accurate to .1 or .01oz or something... I'm really not sure what scales like that cost, but it's something I've thought about doing.
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Old 06-05-2003, 11:27 PM   #17
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lol aw man im gonnna cry. its too funny

that is so true

im still a newbie in r/c but how to you check if the car in balanced or not balanced. do you hook a string to the middle of the car and put weights till it doesnt tilt?
XRay sells 2 little stands to balance the car on. They're pretty much a pin, with a weighted bottom. The XRay comes with a small hole in the front and rear, in the exact center-line of the chassis. You could just find the center of your car, make a mark or drill holes, and use the XRay balancing tools.
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