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Old 01-14-2005, 04:27 PM   #1726
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For sure.

Putting quick disconnect terminals on the top deck will make for easy electrical connection. But how can we make the tray be more easily removable. It is certainly easy to remove for regular heat/main racing, as it is just two screws. If only zuess screws were available in a 4/40 size! hehe
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Old 01-14-2005, 07:29 PM   #1727
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For sure.

Putting quick disconnect terminals on the top deck will make for easy electrical connection. But how can we make the tray be more easily removable. It is certainly easy to remove for regular heat/main racing, as it is just two screws. If only zuess screws were available in a 4/40 size! hehe
There is a company that makes mini zuse fasners, like what is used to hold body pannels in place on a race car....Just have to find that company. I don't remeber the name.
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Ummmm....word. Dig the graphic.
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J.--That is sum sweet old schoolin graphics dude. I like it!

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There is a company that makes mini zuse fasners, like what is used to hold body pannels in place on a race car....Just have to find that company. I don't remeber the name.
They be "dzus" (zoose) fasteners.
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Old 01-16-2005, 01:15 AM   #1732
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is there a pic of them somewhere

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They be "dzus" (zoose) fasteners.
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Old 01-16-2005, 08:57 AM   #1733
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They go to size "small"; but, that's not small enough for an rc car.

Just put "dzus" into your search engine on the web.
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Old 01-16-2005, 10:22 AM   #1734
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I wonder it you JRX-S owners out there could do me a big favour?
I need 3 dimension measurements on the front shock mount area.
A - the overall width of the shock mount (measured from side to side)
B - the distance that the shock mount is ahead of the centerline of the front wheels.
C - the total distance that the top shock mounting bolt extends ahead if the centerline of the front wheels.

If anyone could post these dimension here (asap) I would be very gratefull.

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I know the jrxs kit will have "integral sway bar mounts" but will the sway bars / kit be included with the jrxs?

Every jrxs i've seen at socal or pics on the www, the jrxs have all used at least rear sway bars.
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I know the jrxs kit will have "integral sway bar mounts" but will the sway bars / kit be included with the jrxs?

Every jrxs i've seen at socal or pics on the www, the jrxs have all used at least rear sway bars.
lmslms- My guess is that the JRXS swaybar kit will be offered seperately as an optional item, much like the XXXS swaybar kit was.
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I sure hope losi offers sway bars with the kit. For 350, they better offer it... I'll buy a jrxs anyway, since the only thing it apears to be lacking is sway bars. I've already got my gtx and servo waiting for my chassis (and soon to be spectrum rx).
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any relese dates yet?
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any relese dates yet?
Still no official set in stone day of release. Just a timline of where they woudl like to release.
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