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Old 03-14-2008, 12:08 PM   #1
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Default Losi JRX-S Top Plate Cooling Fan Question

I just ordered the top plate from http://www.xtremercracing.com/JRXS.cfm
It has holes to attach 2 cooling fans to it for motor cooling. Bruce at Xtreme Racing said that the mounting holes are 20mm across and 28mm diagonally. He said that it was drilled for trinity cooling fans but he was unsure. I wanted to know if anyone out there is using this upper plate and which fans fit best. I know Novak has a 20mm fan, and associated has a 2 fan kit that come prewired but I am unsure of the size of those since I cannot find an specs on it. I have been looking and cannot find any trinity cooling fans. Any help would be great.
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