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Old 07-29-2004, 08:35 PM   #8161
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Here is an example to route your Electronics on T1FK
I had to put weights in mine so I kinda routed the servo wire "in between" the weights.

Here are some pics I just snapped. I also just put the transponder up front....



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Old 07-29-2004, 08:37 PM   #8162
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I ordered some parts from http://horizon.hobbyshopnow.com/serv...nufacturer=XRA they are a new distributer for XRay. They have almost all the parts listed and my order was shipped within a week via USPS Priority.
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Nice car Dom..........!!!!!
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Old 07-29-2004, 08:51 PM   #8164
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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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On suspension holder side: original configuration as per manual makes the R suspension shaft not paralell with the Left side. So 0.4-0.5mm shims between that all plastic holder and bulkhead (just like is you wanted to have some toe on the rear) is required to correct the angle.

On the Servo horn side: to make the servo linkage (from servo saver to servo horn) sits straight when you look to car from front (front of the car facing you)
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Old 07-29-2004, 08:58 PM   #8165
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I have my PT as shown here, using my KO713 i couldnt get the servo to mount exactly as shown in the manual, this is about as close as i could get it to being straight, seems okay on the track though. Think it is worth moving the PT onto the front bumper or further to the right, i know my car will pull and push slightly due to the old (and large) electronics but ive not had chance to balance it yet.
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Here is an example to route your Electronics on T1FK
I like your new ride, Mr. Pyramid
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Old 07-29-2004, 09:05 PM   #8168
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I prefer your current configuration as the PT sits lower to the ground. Putting it up front in bumper will gives you 1/100secs faster to hit the check point loop.
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I like your new ride, Mr. Pyramid
You`ve been to too many places Mr. Giant.. anyhow, let`s the fun begin again Are the batteries coming? Any 1.2++ Volts at 35A?
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You`ve been to too many places Mr. Giant.. anyhow, let`s the fun begin again Are the batteries coming? Any 1.2++ Volts at 35A?
What you need is not 1.2++ Volts but 500++ discharge runtime
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What you need is not 1.2++ Volts but 500++ discharge runtime
I was thinking putting 12 cells on it but then no way out to install the servo
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Put the PT on the front bumper, use servo tape to mount the servo closer to the center line of the car.
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Put the PT on the front bumper, use servo tape to mount the servo closer to the center line of the car.
Hey Neil,

That's how I saw some of the cars at the Nats. Couple of them did shoe goo the PT behind the front bumper on the main chassis. I thought about that too, but heck since I'm waiting for that new XRAY chassis, didn't want to shoe goo it yet.

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I have my PT on velcro so I can use it on my other cars.
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Hi Mark, pics is here
Hey thanks Pyramid! Thanks for the pictures! Had a look at my car last night and I couldn't see much difference between the left and right-hand sides. Probably my old eyesight

Got the car built last night - now I just need to order some anti-roll bars (don't understand why non came with the kit) and a gear for the motor.

I'm impressed with how easy the car was to put together. There's a little bit of binding in the rear-left suspension arm, but that will be easy to take care of.

Looking forward to testing the car!
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