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Old 08-10-2008, 08:04 PM   #496
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Old 08-11-2008, 08:44 PM   #497
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At the risk of making a double post. What the heck is a guy supposed to use to true 1/10th pan car wheels on a Hudy Truer? Hudy has discontinued theirs. I have also tried a couple other brands of adapters but no luck. I have a 10r on the way and I want to get everything I will need to keep it going to minimize downtime. Help!
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did you check Integy?
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At the risk of making a double post. What the heck is a guy supposed to use to true 1/10th pan car wheels on a Hudy Truer? Hudy has discontinued theirs. I have also tried a couple other brands of adapters but no luck. I have a 10r on the way and I want to get everything I will need to keep it going to minimize downtime. Help!
RC4less makes a nice one that does all 1/10 pan tires and also 1/12.
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I just broke some of the ears on my JR z3650 servo and cannot find replacement parts for it or the case. If you have a non functioning z3650 and are willing to part with the case or top plate let me know how much.

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RC4less makes a nice one that does all 1/10 pan tires and also 1/12.
Thanks! I put one on order.

By the way have any of you had trouble with getting screws to fit in the mounting hole of the Jaco 1/10t Wheel/Tires ?
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Old 08-14-2008, 05:58 PM   #502
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Jason :
Are you or Adrian planing to make the first state series race this year? I would like to race if I can make it with my GT10 car?What have ya'll decided on motors or batteries. My selection is at this time a 13.5 with either a 4 cell pack or a 3200 lipo pack.Body is the HPI Mercedes.
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Jason, I got to run a couple laps yesterday. The car ran much better, I put 10,000wt in the tubes and had no problems with the chassis dragging. I only ran about 5 laps cause I grabbed the wrong battery, but it was enough. Thank you for the great support and advice.
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Are you or Adrian planing to make the first state series race this year? I would like to race if I can make it with my GT10 car?What have ya'll decided on motors or batteries. My selection is at this time a 13.5 with either a 4 cell pack or a 3200 lipo pack.Body is the HPI Mercedes.
Unfortunately due to an extremely tight schedule, I will only be running the minnreg races. I may do a couple races locally but not many. I wish i could though.

I like the 10.5 w/ 4 cell to be honest. Lipo and a 13.5 is a nice combo also.
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Jason, I got to run a couple laps yesterday. The car ran much better, I put 10,000wt in the tubes and had no problems with the chassis dragging. I only ran about 5 laps cause I grabbed the wrong battery, but it was enough. Thank you for the great support and advice.
Glad to hear it worked buddy. Let me know if you have any questions
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Hey Jason ,
i know you are waiting on the lipo trays ,did you get my last PM about my order

Also guys looking at 48p gears as i will be running outdoors and lipo and was recommended 74/24 gearing with the Mamba 5700kv motor on 7.4v lipo.
I can't find any 74t spurs , only found Kimborough 48p 72t spurs so what pinion range would i go to for with the same set up , i was thinking 26t - 30t .What about a smaller spur ?
Remember i'm in Australia so even finding simple things like a 48p 72t spur is difficult , i buy probably 85% of my rc gear from the US , Stormer , Tower and A Main hobbies .

No one runs these cars down in my area and most of Australia so i am trying to get my local track to allow me to race with TC for no points.Problem is i can see a few of them complaining if they get into a tangle with me on the track and losing points , they will say that if i wasn't on the track they wouldn't of been in the accident and thus losing position .
At worst i'll just run in practice and between there rounds on my own

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Jason what do you think of these saddle batteries , 24mm high http://aedownloads.com/press/in_050608_4800saddle.pdf

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Got your email buddy. I should have the lipo trays out for anodize tommorow. I got your email. I will be putting the prices together for you today. Thanks for your patience.

The saddle pack is nice but on the tall side. The max amps 4000 pack is perfect and not very expensive.
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Ok two weeks down in the record books and I love this car even more. Now I think I'm ready to start tinkering with some settings and since I am a pan car noob pretty much I come to the experts for advice. I was checking the ride height and noticed that the front was at 6.5mm and the rear was 5.5mm. To adjust the front I need to use shims under the control arms correct? If that is the case I'll need to order some. Also for the rear, I started adjusting with the shock but the realized that IRS parts for the rear axel should do that. Jason do you offer a complete set of the front shims? I have all of the rear height adjusters. I still have a slight problem with the car wanting to skip sideways in some corners and I figure the ride height was what was causing that, or do you think it could be something else in my setup?

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We do offer a shim set for the front end.
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