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Old 11-12-2003, 02:02 AM   #421
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Hey Josh,

What KO servo should I get for 12th scale?

Mark
From what I know the best KO (and might be the only) is the Ko PDS-947.

It is small, fast and digital!

It's not very cheap though!

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Hey thanks guys for the information.

I'm installing the KO gear tonight.

One thing I noticed was the 2343 servo doesn't fit in the TC3. Do you guys just shave some material off the chassis or off the servo?

Is the HIPOINT the same as EPA? It appears that KO uses different terminology then Airtronics when it comes to radio setup.

If you guys have any recommendations on radio setup please feel free to pass them my way. It appears that KO has a lot more features then my M8

Later,
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Hey Mark, Not to step on Josh's toes, but it's a KO PDS947.
I have been using a 947 for 2 seasons now and it is great. I run a reciever pack to get it to zing back and forth at 6v but I am looking at putting in a 7.2v reviever pack to make it move like it does when my 5 cell pack is freshly peaked. I am just lazy when it comes to building these things, that's why it isn't done yet.

Hey Josh, I have everything from the current switchblade except for the front end on my car. Should I just use the trinity "Associated style" front end with the angled blocks or switch to the double link style like the kit. Reilly changed his front end, so he has extra parts.

I started with the older car, not the new kit. I have been upgrading it piece by piece.

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I think that was more like the 98-99 era... A novak speedo and P-35 body...
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Hi I can't think of anything to say , who is Josh Cyrul?
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He is a GOD.......
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I finally got the chance to visit his place, and it was impressive indeed. LOTS of trophies, cars, parts, LEXAN, tools, etc scattered throughout the basement. Maybe CEFX could hire me to keep feeding vinyl to the cutter, eh?
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Aaron, of you could be the forklift to move all the lexan around in the garage....
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Sure, because he already has a pallet jack.
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Aaron.. Your gonna have to send a resume to Angel, shes in charge of vinyl. Braaaaaaaaaaaaa
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How many different paint masks does he have out now?
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Thats a good question, Ray. I know Angels binder has been getting pretty full so the number has to be up there.
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I am pretty sure Aaron and I packaged at least 20 different types and that there were a whole bunch already packaged up. I still am waiting to find out what 401k options I will be getting.
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I am pretty sure Aaron and I packaged at least 20 different types and that there were a whole bunch already packaged up. I still am waiting to find out what 401k options I will be getting.
Josh used to work for Trinity, so let's hope he didn't pick up any employee relations or "benefits management" habits while he was there.

401k.......... That's funny Rich.
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I am pretty sure Aaron and I packaged at least 20 different types and that there were a whole bunch already packaged up. I still am waiting to find out what 401k options I will be getting.
Rich, don't you have to wait till your probationary period is up?

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