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Old 07-14-2004, 12:36 PM   #586
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Awesome Brion, Thanx for taking the time to make sure it is done right. Prices on all " option" parts ?

Keep us posted.

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Old 07-14-2004, 02:24 PM   #587
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Keep us posted.

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The Motor Plates are $5.99 ea
The Stick Pack battery Mount and the Radio tray are $3.99ea.
and the Saddle Radio tray packs are $8.99 ea

The saddle radio trays in the P7509a are the same as the P3509a (so if you have those you can use them without change) though the P7509c is a combimation of one Bullet style mount and one Saddle. This will allow you to run a bullet down the motor side and put your electronics to the inside of the batteries toward the front, and then move the servo to the left side and put a 3 cell LTO on the other side.

The 400 option does not yet have a price but i suspect it will be around $25 as it comes wth a new upper deck, motor plate, and motor spacer.

We are hoping to have the Web page (with all of the pictures) and pre-ordering up next week.

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Old 07-14-2004, 10:21 PM   #588
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Thanx Brion. Can you please send me an e-mail/pm whenever they become available. I would like to order them directly from you.

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Old 07-15-2004, 12:38 AM   #589
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Thanx Brion. Can you please send me an e-mail/pm whenever they become available. I would like to order them directly from you.

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If you can please drop us an email at [email protected] and ask to be on the notify list.. If you emailed us about the car in the past you may already be on the list. This is so we can keep everything in the same place.

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Old 07-15-2004, 02:48 AM   #590
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Default Modified 300s

Hii all, l am going to start selling modifed 300 motors.
Basicly , I tune the 300s. there will be two kinds. One that is tuned ,can is polished, shaft grounded down, and performs similar to the other tuned 300s.
The other one is special, its rewinded, epoxy balanced, timming has been changed, shaft grounded down,wire has been hard coated[so they dont move in the hi rpms] and the can is polished. I can rewind it to anyway you guys want it, but single winds only.I can't double wind,or triple wind yet.
Having a rewinded motor will be a huuge difference, to ANY other 300 motors out there.

So far I'm looking to sell the rewinded ones at 30 dollars, and
the regular tuned ones at 17 dollars.

Im not sure when im gunna start selling them, but im thinking probably sometime next week through ebay, or email.

Leme know what you guys think.
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Dude, $30? I'll get one from Lemar, lol
BTW, this is Francis
Hope you can start selling these
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What? All that and no bearings?

Though how are you getting the can open? I heard its a pain to open, and never seems to work the same after you get it back together.
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Old 07-15-2004, 11:34 AM   #593
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Everything works with the right tools
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Old 07-16-2004, 01:15 AM   #594
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Im used to it

bearings, I cant find any, Ive been looking everywhere for them.Juss cant find the rite size..
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Here are some pics of the hubs on mine and a friend's M18. JWerks parts.









You can purchase them now in the US.

www.allspeedhobbies.com
www.microrcshop.com
www.rctechonline.com
http://shop.one18th.com

http://www.speedtechrc.com might have them...but I'm not sure.
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is a 8000kv mamba controlable in a m18 with 6 cells on an rc track, what are run times like with this setup.
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also one more question, will the mamba cog alot with this setup, what will i need to do to make it stop if it does.
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ive seen the mamba 6800 run its insane
its still controlable...i think even the 8000 still should be driveable.Iono
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is a 8000kv mamba controlable in a m18 with 6 cells on an rc track, what are run times like with this setup.
If you don't know how fast that is, then you probably shouldn't be driving with one.
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