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Old 02-10-2011, 06:56 AM   #12571
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I thought about it, but I found no real reason to at this time...
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Old 02-10-2011, 02:05 PM   #12572
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Angry-Alien - sorry for delay
dimensions - inside of bearing to second bearing is 22mm
What other dimensions do you want?
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Old 02-10-2011, 02:35 PM   #12573
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Angry-Alien - sorry for delay
dimensions - inside of bearing to second bearing is 22mm
What other dimensions do you want?
Hey Lochness, no problem man... the distance between the bearings on the inside and the outside should be good... the objective is to see if the spool
will fit between the T1's bulks without modifications... did you get any photos of yours with the spool installed?

i found this one on ebay... XRAY T2 T3


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Old 02-14-2011, 02:06 PM   #12574
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Rebuild started . The rounding carbon egde process is sucessfully over , cars will be finished these days . Pics to follow
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Old 03-05-2011, 05:57 AM   #12575
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Problem guys ...

I just bought an EFRA legal hardcase CS Electronic 5600 mAh and unfortunately it can't get into the car . It can only get in the car laying far outside . I also can't put it perpendicular to the belt because I don't have a belt tensioner ... Any ideas ? I'll post pictures soon ...
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Old 03-05-2011, 06:16 AM   #12576
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Post some pics... is it that the battery is too high when you try lay it across the back of the chassis? is the belt making contact with it? or are the battery straps not high enough?

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Old 03-05-2011, 06:59 AM   #12577
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To put it alongside it's too long and to put it under the belt it's to high so it touches the belt ... Pics soon
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Old 03-05-2011, 08:36 AM   #12578
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ok... make some measurements and post them too...
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Old 03-05-2011, 10:26 AM   #12579
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The dimensions are 13,7 long , 2,4 height and 4,6 width , all in centimeters ...

Here are the pics

These 2 pics show as far as the LiPO can go ...





If under the belt , you can clearly see how it's rubbing it

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Interesting... this battery is no larger than mine... you can increase the tension on the belt from the front bearing hub... when torque is applies through the belt...
it raises slightly off the batt...

if you look closely at the photo below, you will see the battery does not fit parallel to the upper deck... There just not enough space between the bulkheads...
If you wish to fit across the chassis, you will have shim the batt straps 3mm...

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I see you're battery was also not parallel when on that setup ... Was it OK ? I'll try to make a holder for the battery , now you've made me optimistic again
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Old 03-05-2011, 03:31 PM   #12582
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The best way to do it with the T1 is to use a saddle pack. That's what I use in mine and it works a treat. I have the servo on the rght side too. That was the main reason i bought the T1 in the first place, because it allows better weight distribution than cars with the battery on the side.
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Old 03-05-2011, 08:48 PM   #12583
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I see you're battery was also not parallel when on that setup ... Was it OK ? I'll try to make a holder for the battery , now you've made me optimistic again
this is BCbud's photo posted on page 828... I am using the batt across the chassis... it just make things simpler... i have no balance issues with the car having
the battery in that orientation...

ask BCbud to fill you in on the details on his setup...

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The best way to do it with the T1 is to use a saddle pack. That's what I use in mine and it works a treat. I have the servo on the rght side too. That was the main reason i bought the T1 in the first place, because it allows better weight distribution than cars with the battery on the side.
i agree, i use saddle packs and my car works damn good ! no need to rebelence l-r evrytime the battery is diffferent weight.
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mine was the first and perhaps the only car I had that I managed to get equal loading on all wheels without even trying. Other cars take some effort and sometimes you end up with a car on the heavy side after balancing it correctly. I started looking at ways to convert all my cars to saddle packs now.
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