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Old 03-12-2002, 08:19 AM
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YokGuy:

Thanks for the response. Nope the spur gear and adapter are one piece.

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Old 03-12-2002, 02:45 PM
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Check how true the stock spur is. If it has alot of runout it'll rub on the white tensioner pulley.

For those using the red Trinity adapter, you can also use RRP ultra machine spurs. They are 1/3 thinner than stock. If you still hear rubbing check the button head screw that holds the tensioner pulley to the adjuster plate. The washer that we were told to put on before the screw is not really necessary. The head of the button head screw is big enough to hold the bearing in place. Leaving the washer out will give you enough room for the spur to clear the head.
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Old 03-12-2002, 03:56 PM
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anyone got any info on the new trinity stratus? i wanted to order andy's/yok stratus, but discovered that trinity has acquired andy's. steve at speectech says that yok is makin a body, but wont be stateside for a while. any insight?

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Old 03-12-2002, 08:27 PM
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Sydewynder:

Found the problem. Front end was using Associated 4 degree carriers. CVDs are slighly bent and rubbing in inside of carrier - previous owner didn't take out enough material to provide clearance for warped CVD.

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Old 03-12-2002, 08:51 PM
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Stefan that car is ugly man gaaaahhh.. now finish my shocks so i can test thursday J/K bro.... keep up the good work. Im going to try somethings Thursday see if i can gain a few more tenths. You goign to Columbia Sunday?
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Old 03-12-2002, 09:09 PM
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your shocks are done, I'll drop them off at the shop tomorrow around lunch.
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Okay, I know this has been asked, and I even answered the question once with a pic from Mark Dawson's site. Anyway, Mark pulled the pics of his car down so I don't know where to mount this power capicator for the TC2 ESC. Anyone got any pointers?

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good deal, ill snaggum tomorrow. Thanks again. Ill post some pics so others can see your handy work.
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Okay, I know this has been asked, and I even answered the question once with a pic from Mark Dawson's site. Anyway, Mark pulled the pics of his car down so I don't know where to mount this power capicator for the TC2 ESC. Anyone got any pointers?

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Check the pix below. Hope this helps.
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Good luck and happy racing!
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Old 03-13-2002, 05:10 AM
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Originally posted by JitsuGuy
Okay, I know this has been asked, and I even answered the question once with a pic from Mark Dawson's site. Anyway, Mark pulled the pics of his car down so I don't know where to mount this power capicator for the TC2 ESC. Anyone got any pointers?

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Hey Jits - I know you've seen this image before, but here it is again. I mounted it with ShoeGoo to the speed control itself. The ShoeGoo just peals right off when needed, but is stong enough to hold it on. I also put a little dab on the chassis where it touches the ridge.

http://www.shearracing.com/losichassis1.jpg
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Old 03-13-2002, 08:14 AM
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mine is back a few pages, also mounted with shoe goo

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stefan how do you anodize those aluminum parts?
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