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Old 04-30-2004, 09:56 AM
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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, 10:08 AM
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Default Re: Re: Personal Transponder

Originally posted by Headbanger
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, 10:09 AM
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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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Old 04-30-2004, 11:00 AM
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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.)

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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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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, 11:53 AM
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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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Default Re: HELP!!!

Originally posted by nutfluff
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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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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Old 05-01-2004, 01:58 PM
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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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Old 05-01-2004, 05:10 PM
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Default Re: Setting Rear Toe on the FT

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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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