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Old 11-24-2010, 06:41 AM   #3301
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Hi Dirk. They are on the way and should be with you soon. Sorry for not responding sooner.



Thanks mate. Been very hectic in recent times with the Nats and State titles being so close. Sorry for not confirming some orders recently. All order are shipped. Only those orders received late last week had a delay of a few days while I was away.

The good news is that the Flying Fox outdrives were used on the winning cars in 17.5(open ESC) and 10.5(openESC). Also in the 3rd placed car(highest placed Xray) in Mod TC. The prototype gear diff outdrives also got a thorough testing in Mod TC. More news soon.


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Mine was same way, began to worry and actually sent an email asking, and they arrived shortly after. Took a little extra time coming accoss ocean I guess. I think in all it was about 3 weeks from order placed to recieved.
Now what did you buy without telling me?
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Old 12-06-2010, 03:25 AM   #3303
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Quick question guys. i see you can get different size belts for the t3. What size is the stock belt? as i want to order a spare.

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Old 12-07-2010, 04:14 AM   #3304
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Quick question guys. i see you can get different size belts for the t3. What size is the stock belt? as i want to order a spare.

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stock part

3mm * 507mm part number 30 5431

option part

3mm * 513mm part number 30 5432

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Old 12-08-2010, 04:05 AM   #3305
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Thanks mate!!!
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Old 12-08-2010, 04:56 AM   #3306
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stock part

3mm * 507mm part number 30 5431

option part

3mm * 513mm part number 30 5432

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That doesn't make sense to me. The car has the biggest pulley combo standard, 20/38. I thought the option was to run 16/38 which would need a shorter belt?
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Has anyone tried the Atomic Racing Products belts and outdrives for the T3?

http://www.nexusracing.com/index.php...a&filter_id=89
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Has anyone tried the Atomic Racing Products belts and outdrives for the T3?

http://www.nexusracing.com/index.php...a&filter_id=89
I use the Atomic belts and out drives on my T3R. I also use the Atomic/Spec-R swing shafts, steering blocks, rear uprights and arms! As a matter of fact if it were not for Atomic/Spec-R replacement parts I most likely would not have gone with the T3R because of the cost of Xray replacement parts. So far these aftermarket parts seem to be just as durable as the OEM parts, because of my poor driving skills all of these parts receive a pretty good weekly testing =)
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Hi,

I need to add a cooling fan to my T3 motor.
The motor ups 75°C, aprox 167° Farenheit.

I see there is little room to install it.
Which do you use ???
Can you tell me which is the best for this chassis.

There is a pic attached of my chassis.

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normally lrp ones work best
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I have a 25-30mm TOP fan stuck to the chassis just behind the motor.
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I have a 25-30mm TOP fan stuck to the chassis just behind the motor.
How do you stuck it to the chassis ???

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3Racing makes a heat sink fan combo that I use in my T3, clips on the motor with the fan behind the motor. Costs less than five bucks.
You can find it "HERE"
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How do you stuck it to the chassis ???

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Just via servo tape.

I do the fan only (without any bracket) because I do not want to add additional weight to that that heavier corner of the car.

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i need some advice on shock building. apparently, im having problems to build the T3 shocks (old thick bladders) without rebounds (using jilles groskamp method). Any1 have any tips or tricks? or do i have to switch to new low profile bladders? can tamiya bladders fit?
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