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Old 06-26-2010, 09:31 AM   #2476
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Is there a shim kit for getting different inboard toe settings?
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yes there is diffrent shims you can get from xray in diffrent thicknesses
The shims you want to space the arms are the 3mm x 7.5mm shims --

303131 - Steel Shim For Lower Susp. Holder 3X7.5X0.4 (10)

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303133 - Steel Shim For Lower Susp. Holder 3X7.5X1.15 (10)

303134 - Alu Shim For Lower Susp. Holder 3X7.5X1.5 (10)

Don't forget that you can also change your rear toe with different rear hubs - there are 1 degree left/right and 2 degree left/right hubs available in two different hardness - medium and hard.
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For anyone that is worried about there lipos not fitting heres what I did. I use the older Acorn lipos and they dont fit under the top deck, so I took the little T looking pieces that are for the nimh's and put them in the middle of the car and they space the battery out just enough so it clears the top deck, and the battery just barely hangs off the chassis. The plus side to this, is it doesnt take weight to balance (at least not my car lol) And for the front to back holders I took the L shaped ones and cut them so there just straight so the lipo cant move forward or backwards

Also I started running my front camber link like Paul L, works really good! Well worth the few mins with a dremel.

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tekin rs, ko 2413 servo, trinity duo1 10.5, airtronics m11x reciever, intellect 5000 50c lipo.....with body and pt 1360 hmmmm oh and the battery strap
More paint IMO
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Time for new batteries and I guess I should have checked at racing the other week, but can somebody just confoirm for me that the new IP5000 50C lipo's fit in the T3 as is.

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Time for new batteries and I guess I should have checked at racing the other week, but can somebody just confoirm for me that the new IP5000 50C lipo's fit in the T3 as is.

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yes they definately do mate.....thats what i have and use...
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For anyone that is worried about there lipos not fitting heres what I did. I use the older Acorn lipos and they dont fit under the top deck, so I took the little T looking pieces that are for the nimh's and put them in the middle of the car and they space the battery out just enough so it clears the top deck, and the battery just barely hangs off the chassis. The plus side to this, is it doesnt take weight to balance (at least not my car lol) And for the front to back holders I took the L shaped ones and cut them so there just straight so the lipo cant move forward or backwards

Also I started running my front camber link like Paul L, works really good! Well worth the few mins with a dremel.

what does the long camber link do? Also, what happenned to the orange??? Looks good tho! Clean job!
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what does the long camber link do? Also, what happenned to the orange??? Looks good tho! Clean job!
I anodized it all away!
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More paint IMO
maybe i sould use heavier electronics...
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what does the long camber link do? Also, what happenned to the orange??? Looks good tho! Clean job!
Long camber link makes your car more stable. And because the link ends up being lower on the inside you get more steering too!

As for no orange I gotta roll blacked out but thanks
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reminds me of my mates phi he made all black....wont say the name he came up for it....
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blackedoutrevo what camber link ends are u using on that car ??????
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Also I started running my front camber link like Paul L, works really good! Well worth the few mins with a dremel.
are there any pics to the mod you are refering to? What are the benefits to doing that mod...


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yes they definately do mate.....thats what i have and use...
pics below...

Thanks.
If you do not mind me asking, where did you get the little round 'caps' on the end of your battery leads, they look nice and neat!
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If you do not mind me asking, where did you get the little round 'caps' on the end of your battery leads, they look nice and neat!
i mate...i got some nice low profile connectors with the lipos and just stretched heatshrink over the end and just cut off nice and neat...bit of a pain but worth it i think... here is a couple of pics
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