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Old 03-23-2007, 05:06 PM   #17941
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Old 03-24-2007, 12:16 AM   #17942
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Anyone out there able to give me a parts breakdown needed to fit a spool set-up to my MSX from the standard diff - part numbers would be great if possible!!!

Also whats needed to change to the TA05 white pulley system

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There will always be some chatter and you shouldn't worry about it. Unless you can come up with a CVD that is actually a real CVD and not a fake CVD. The reason why you have less chatter with the alloy ones is that aluminium is a lot softer and consequently twists slightly where the steel one stay a lot straighter under vibration.
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Anyone out there able to give me a parts breakdown needed to fit a spool set-up to my MSX from the standard diff - part numbers would be great if possible!!!

Also whats needed to change to the TA05 white pulley system

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Hi,you'll need to get the spool for the MSX and just bolt directly to the original black pulley.

If you want to change to the white pulley, then you'll need to get the MRE spool & the white pulleys.By changing to the white pulleys, you'l change to internal gear ratio to 2.25,so keep that in mind.
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Wow...that is so cool! Did you anodized them yourself?!
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Exclamation NOVAK BL WIRING SET-UP/LAY-OUT FOR MRE W/AIR SCOOP

Need assistance with said topic above.

Can someone post or share pics of their brushless (Novak GTB if possible) layout or wiring setup on a MRE w/ air scoop or any 415 version.

I plan on running my MRE with the air scoop, Novak GTB ESC, KO std profile servo and Spektrum Micro Rx.

Any pics will be appreciated.

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Need assistance with said topic above.

Can someone post or share pics of their brushless (Novak GTB if possible) layout or wiring setup on a MRE w/ air scoop or any 415 version.

I plan on running my MRE with the air scoop, Novak GTB ESC, KO std profile servo and Spektrum Micro Rx.

Any pics will be appreciated.

Thanks.
This is my GTB wiring on my MSXX. It did not work well with the standard servo. The micro Rx will help with space.
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This is my GTB wiring on my MSXX. It did not work well with the standard servo. The micro Rx will help with space.
Thanks Sohlman. Appreciate the pics.

Anymore pics who want to share their wiring BL set-up/layout on the 415's?
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hey everyone,
just uploaded two new items too my website.
1) product reviews of some of the JAAD racing gear here
2) a small info section on the 415 line of cars here

Let me know your thoughts
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Ed, i just checked out the write up on the JAAD products - very helpful! i have seen them on the precision RC website for some time now, but wasn't quite sure. I might try out those diff covers for sure though!

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how did you do that? Any info appreciated.. thanks
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hey everyone,
just uploaded two new items too my website.
1) product reviews of some of the JAAD racing gear here
2) a small info section on the 415 line of cars here

Let me know your thoughts
Cheers
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Great work as alway's Ed. Keep up the great job you are doing, You have one hell of a great website there.
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Thanks Sohlman. Appreciate the pics.

Anymore pics who want to share their wiring BL set-up/layout on the 415's?
Here are pics of my msx with a GTB in a 5 cell setup. The reciever sits on the battery side.
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Here are pics of my msx with a GTB in a 5 cell setup. The reciever sits on the battery side.

I too run the receiver on the cells side.Though I'm running 6 cells. The GTB is very big thus no choice but to run the receiver the other side.
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