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Old 02-22-2005, 01:10 PM   #766
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revzalot .. I liked it but i kept blowing them up ... So i took them out and use a standard one now.. Not sure if it was too high of volts for the reciever or servo @ 7.6 Volts... But so far i have had nothing but problems with them...


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Old 02-22-2005, 01:34 PM   #767
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Mike do you know when the hard-coated TC shocks will be released to the pubilc? I need to buy a set of shocks and I am wondering if I should wait for these.



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Old 02-22-2005, 01:45 PM   #768
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Mike, FAM direct has a very small voltage regulator for a 2 cell Lipo pack- https://www.fmadirect.com/site/fma.h...roducts&cat=28

It's about the same size as the small cells you were using but the only drawback is that it regulates the voltage down to 5V instead of 6. I wonder if they have or could make the same thing but at 6V...?
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Old 02-22-2005, 01:59 PM   #769
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OK, here's a 6V regulator that bypasses itself after the voltage gets below 6V (pretty cool). not sure of the size but looks pretty small.

http://www.batteriesamerica.com/lithium_polymer.htm

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Mike is all about the Bunny.... Nowhere but Hell for you...lol. See ya in a few weeks
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Jack Smash.. I am pretty sure it will be posted to the AE site in the next few days.. If not then i will write it out here ... but keep checking there...



ApexSpeed... I am pretty positive they are out already.. here is the part # for them # 3985



BigDogRacing... Thanks for the lookups there... But as of right now i think i am going to stay away for alittle while before they are more stable.... thanks alot ...


Eric Desrosiers... Hey buddy..... I like that bunny... So nice and white ....... see ya in a few weeks...


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Old 02-22-2005, 02:53 PM   #772
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mike...i feel my tc4's transmission is not a smooth as it could be, are there any things to look out for, and how and with what should the transmission gears be run in?

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Could i put my tc3 diffs in my tc4?
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S2... I just put lite amount of lube on the gears not too much then run them in with a 6 cell battery for about 3 mins then run it on the track a few times.. then clean it all out and that is it ...


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revzalot .. I liked it but i kept blowing them up ... So i took them out and use a standard one now.. Not sure if it was too high of volts for the reciever or servo @ 7.6 Volts... But so far i have had nothing but problems with them...


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Try to put A resistor between the batteries and reciever so you can lower the voltage that goes to the reciever, than you know for sure if the voltage of 7,6v is the cause.

I can't tell you what resistor you should pick, since I don't know how high the (average) current is.
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Hey Mike,

Good job at the birds.....once again

Shoot me an e-mail you need the mcmoney touch

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hahaha..TJ might even give you the reach around during..haha
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