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Old 10-30-2003, 01:03 AM   #736
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itchynad,

The stage one actually comes with a motor mount that works with the Pal components. The reason for a different motor mount is that the Xenon conversion have the upper deck bolt on to the motor mount. This adds more rigidity to the chassis and also allow them to implement a two piece upper deck design that will allow you to access the spur gear by removing just 6 screws (assuming that you are running the short steering post and you've done away with the plastic gear covers)

The chassis will accept the original motor mount and the Pal system motor mount as well. But for the best effect, I would use the motor mount that comes with the Xenon conversion.

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I sent you an email.

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Steve: I saw the update on your website today. What made you decide to sell Fukuyama batteries? How do they compare to Pro-Match, SMC, etc? Also, are you still planning on making SD components? For a while you seemed interested in that idea on the SD thread. If so, have you decided what to make? Thanks
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Steve: I saw the update on your website today. What made you decide to sell Fukuyama batteries? How do they compare to Pro-Match, SMC, etc? Also, are you still planning on making SD components? For a while you seemed interested in that idea on the SD thread. If so, have you decided what to make? Thanks
Fukuyamas are the dogs balls. Only batteries i'll ever buy again.
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Fukuyamas are the dogs balls. Only batteries i'll ever buy again.
That's an intersting way to put it. But I agree.
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That's an intersting way to put it. But I agree.
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Steve: I saw the update on your website today. What made you decide to sell Fukuyama batteries? How do they compare to Pro-Match, SMC, etc? Also, are you still planning on making SD components? For a while you seemed interested in that idea on the SD thread. If so, have you decided what to make? Thanks
Yes, we are beginning the process of making SD Spools. We are getting some CAD drawings done.

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Yes, we are beginning the process of making SD Spools. We are getting some CAD drawings done.

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You've sold at least one when they are avalible Steve
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I know the first day you post them as available I will be placing an order for one.
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Pre Order Pre Order...lol Put my name on a SD Spool as well Steve....that would be sweet.

Gotta throw us a pic of the CAD drawing when you get it done...
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Steve,

Thanks for the explanation When will you be getting the stage one kit in red ? How much does it cost and can I place a pre-order for it?

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itchynad,

The stage one actually comes with a motor mount that works with the Pal components. The reason for a different motor mount is that the Xenon conversion have the upper deck bolt on to the motor mount. This adds more rigidity to the chassis and also allow them to implement a two piece upper deck design that will allow you to access the spur gear by removing just 6 screws (assuming that you are running the short steering post and you've done away with the plastic gear covers)

The chassis will accept the original motor mount and the Pal system motor mount as well. But for the best effect, I would use the motor mount that comes with the Xenon conversion.

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Yeah, I want a Spool too!!!

Steve W...... question for you. Do the Promatch Stick packs come with a Tamiya Connector or Deans plug? I'll be needing something for my F201 soon.

Thanks...

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Hi Steve

You told me you would calculate a price including postage if I send you an email with the stuff I was interested in. So I did, but I still haven't received your reply.

You might be buzy. But....

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SpinX-SSL,

Sorry about that, I'll check my email again today.

Kilruf,

Thank you for your order on the batts, I try to pick out the better numbers for ya

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Hi Guys,

Sorry I've been lagging on posting what's new Here are some of the new items we got in stock:

ProMatch Racing batteries are back in stock

Chevronmodel G350GT bodies are now in stock. Winner of Japanese National 2003

Xenon Racing tire inserts are back in stock

Fukuyama Racing Batteries are now available at Speed Tech R/C

Yokomo and Rayspeed hop-ups and spare parts for the MR-4TCSD Are back in stock

And much more new stuff are coming in everyday, check our website often for updates

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