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Old 07-29-2004, 03:02 AM   #8146
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Anyway, as for my current use of S9550 servo, also that I mounted the servo stay (that aluminum things) not in the most forwad position (closer to center of car) due to that the suspension holder (all plastic only, step 4 front transmission) on that side need 5mm spacer in order to line up the same with the other side, I need horn that will make my servo linkage towards more to the center of the car. The original Xray will make it closer to the servo while the one from S710 will make it farther (closer to belt) and still need +0.75mm spacer to have the linkage straight.

Did you get what I mean?
Habbit?? I can handle it!

I'll have to have a look at the instruction book to see exactly what you mean - if you have a picture though, that would be nice
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Old 07-29-2004, 03:40 AM   #8147
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Habbit?? I can handle it!

I'll have to have a look at the instruction book to see exactly what you mean - if you have a picture though, that would be nice
I will try to take some tonight and post to again by tommorow. The discussion on suspension holder was mentioned, I believe last week, that you would be needed 0.4-0.5mm shims in between bulkhead and its suspension plastic holder (all plastic one). If you built according manual, suspension shaft is not paralel between Front Left and Right.
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I will try to take some tonight and post to again by tommorow. The discussion on suspension holder was mentioned, I believe last week, that you would be needed 0.4-0.5mm shims in between bulkhead and its suspension plastic holder (all plastic one). If you built according manual, suspension shaft is not paralel between Front Left and Right.
Ok, thanks - I'll look through the previous pages of the forum for some more information, too.

Cheers, Mark.
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Old 07-29-2004, 03:02 PM   #8149
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Just got my t1 factory kit and getting ready to put it together,I was wondering If there is any tips you guys can give me on assembly.In my past experience with my tc3 the kit needed some special attention drivetrain for ex.

Also does anyone know a hobby store that has this kit in stock and not priced insanely high Thanks.
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Be patient w/ the shocks. They are a pain to build, but it is worth it.

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Old 07-29-2004, 04:53 PM   #8151
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Are most people using the adjustable pistons or the standard?
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Old 07-29-2004, 04:53 PM   #8152
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Hey,

I am contemplating buying a Xray Factory Team, but i was wondering what parts of the car would be able to be anodised, as i noticed some of it was duraluminium? Im not sure exactly what that is, but if somebody could give me a list of parts which could be anodised on this car it would be a great help!
Also i noticed that the driveshafts are steel, can you get any aftermarket aluminium versions?

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somebody on this forum got their bulkheads either gold plated or anodized gold it's 1,2 or 10 pages back I really don't remember but they were sweet.
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Adjustable all the way!
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Old 07-29-2004, 07:08 PM   #8155
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Hi Mark, pics is here
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Hi All,

Here is an example to route your Electronics on T1FK
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Pyramid, Interesting location for your P/transponder. I always tried to keep mine horizontal.
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Pyramid, Interesting location for your P/transponder. I always tried to keep mine horizontal.
That would also be my first choice as well, but on my particular case with the rest of electronics, it is more balance that way. Anyway, it is perfectly OK and the loop will pick up the signal with no problem as I tried before on 45mins GP race
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Sorry for being slow, but what exactly do those shims do? Also, I see the one between the servo horn and the link, but where exactly is the other?

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