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Old 04-30-2004, 10:56 AM   #6856
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Hi guys! I have an FOC and would like to know where is the best place to mount a personal transponder.

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Up near the front bumper away from the CF plates.
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Old 04-30-2004, 11:08 AM   #6857
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Up near the front bumper away from the CF plates.
Thanks for your reply! However, this is the type of transponder that is connected to the receiver.
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Old 04-30-2004, 11:09 AM   #6858
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I have mine sitting on top of the Servo. I've also seen it on the side of the servo.
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Is there anybody who has an extra 5mm ball joint they can send me. I'd be willing to pay, I just can't find anyone who has them in stock...

The part number is 302662.

If anyone can just throw one in an envelope and put a postage stamp on it...I would be forever indebted...(okay maybe not forever but GREATLY APPRECIATIVE.)

Thanks!
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Old 04-30-2004, 12:42 PM   #6860
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Yeah, I can do that for ya. It will be in the mail tomorrow. PM me your address.

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Old 04-30-2004, 12:45 PM   #6861
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My New BMI Xray chassis is being cut today. Yahoo. I'll post pics when it arrives. This one is a prototype design which should be VERY aggressive handling and it also designed specifically for the short arms. Something myself and other Ohio Carpet racers have been dreaming up (OH-yeah-and some nutcase from KC too!!!).

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Old 04-30-2004, 12:53 PM   #6862
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SWEET Ray! Can't wait to see that one!

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Thanks A TON Blake...you got PM!

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Old 04-30-2004, 07:55 PM   #6864
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Is there anybody who has an extra 5mm ball joint they can send me. I'd be willing to pay, I just can't find anyone who has them in stock...

The part number is 302662.

If anyone can just throw one in an envelope and put a postage stamp on it...I would be forever indebted...(okay maybe not forever but GREATLY APPRECIATIVE.)

Thanks!
You got PM.
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Old 04-30-2004, 11:25 PM   #6865
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I just finished building my car today, can't wait to run it tomorrow!!!!
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My observations on some of the earlier posts.

1) Xray belts do snap. My son snapped his rear one a few weeks ago. Indoor carpet track (high grip) and running stock. Just went into 2wd down the straight....funny as hell to watch!

2) I have shortened my PT wires to abour 2", and mount it on the chassis under the belt between the receiver and servo.
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Default Setting Rear Toe on the FT

Can anyone help me with this. The instructions say to use caster clips to adjust rear toe. Is there a better way? The pin holders with the aluminum inserts are all the same. Any help would be appreciated.
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Can anyone help me with this. The instructions say to use caster clips to adjust rear toe. Is there a better way? The pin holders with the aluminum inserts are all the same. Any help would be appreciated.
Put the caster clips between the rear a-arm pin holder (plastic part) and the bulkhead.

Like the attached photo, but on the outside of the bulkhead.
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The outside of the bulkhead? I thought they went between that holder and the bulkhead. Hmmm, I may have done my wrong....
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I was wondering what the biggest size spur gear (48 and 64 pitch) people are using with the low ratio in modified as i am going to make a spur gear cover so I dont get anymore rocks stuck in my spur gears and pinions and I need to know the diameter of the spurs so they dont hit the cover. this will make it like offroad cars will the fully enclosed spur and pinion.
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