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Old 05-10-2008, 04:38 AM   #376
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i find that 48 pitch is needed for 7.4 volt lipo. I run 64 with 4 cell.
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Reading some of the boards for other Pro-10 cars I am really excited to see what happens when a DB10R runs head to head with the other cars. I know the DB10R will not push with a 10.5 on asphalt or carpet with the kit setup
I just got a phonecall from an extremely happy customer. He explained how he lapped the field of new 1/10th pan cars. He said he had the only car that wasnt pushing. He also let me know that a bunch of guys will be converting to the DB10R after todays run.
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Old 05-10-2008, 09:22 PM   #378
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i find that 48 pitch is needed for 7.4 volt lipo. I run 64 with 4 cell.

Definately run 48P. Acouple of our fast drivers removed teeth from the 64P gears on the starting line last week, and I shreaded a 64P earlier today just from the torque of a 10.5, running a 7.4 Lipo.

You need a small SPUR though, I am running 67T to 72T SPURs.


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Old 05-10-2008, 10:46 PM   #379
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I just got a phonecall from an extremely happy customer. He explained how he lapped the field of new 1/10th pan cars. He said he had the only car that wasnt pushing. He also let me know that a bunch of guys will be converting to the DB10R after todays run.
Any CRC GenX10's in the mix?
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Old 05-11-2008, 02:29 AM   #380
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Any CRC GenX10's in the mix?
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Old 05-11-2008, 07:14 AM   #381
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Hey guys,

I tested the new weighted lipo tray. It brings the lipo pack to the same weight as a 4 cell pack. The car worked extremely well. Normally the cars will push really bad due to the lack of weight in the car. With the tray it made it handle like the animal it was designed to be.
Do you have ant other photos of the Lipo tray not in the car and will we be able to buy it?

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Now that i have it all figured out, I will be making them in production. They will be machined for production instead of stamped like the prototype. I stamped the prototype to keep it cheap and funtional. The production ones need to be real nice.
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I will post pics as soon as they are ready
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Now that i have it all figured out, I will be making them in production. They will be machined for production instead of stamped like the prototype. I stamped the prototype to keep it cheap and funtional. The production ones need to be real nice.
jason - put me down for one of the ones from the first production run. will they be annodized or just plain?
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I will be anodizing them black
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Jason, why do you recommend a servo in the db 12 with a higher torque rating than in the db 10. Shouldn't it be the other way around.
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I actually use the same servo in both cars.
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a 9602 servo
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I always recomend the 9602 first because it is a great servo for a great price. The KO949 is my servo of choice but costs more
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so it has to be a mini servo?

i have a ds9411 that i have just lying around.. its not mini, but its not full size either

http://www.horizonhobby.com/Products...dID=JRPSDS9411

think it will fit?
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