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Old 04-26-2005, 10:39 PM   #4501
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Thanks Rob. Unfortunately in the Main I ran a pack that had been charged for 5 hours too. Maybe only worth a couple seconds-luckily I ran a fresh cut motor !!

The pack I charged for the Main wouldnt fit-I couldnty close the battery door-lol. My only GP3300 pack that wouldnt fit.
Funny you mention that about the one pack not fitting. I worked on a friends car and his battery seemed larger. It was a GP3300 with shrink and it measured .901 and I measured one of mine with shrink and it was .892. Not a huge difference, but there is a difference.

It has been said and has become a large topic out here, but the most important thing is to get the slot in the chassis right.
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I just have to post to you all how I choose to wire up my JRX-S. It is nice and neat and make it so ther is little chance of me melting my belt on accident. I took half of a battery bar and bent just about half of the the end out to accept the wire. I only did half so that is was easier to install the batt's. And as you can see I ran the wires around the stand offs so that I could get my iron in the side to solder. Now it does make is a bit more difficult to hold the wire but I always use pliers anyways so it is a no brainer for me. but it is pretty easy. I just wish I could drive the car since I have all this neat wireing done. I was a victim of missing parts. But here you all go. What do ya think?
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Old 04-27-2005, 12:41 AM   #4503
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Old 04-27-2005, 12:42 AM   #4504
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Old 04-27-2005, 04:29 AM   #4505
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Hello,

Is it possible for someone that has the Los3018 thrust to provide me the following details?

thickness
total diameter
inner hole diameter
of the plates/washers

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Old 04-27-2005, 06:52 AM   #4506
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Thanks Rob. Unfortunately in the Main I ran a pack that had been charged for 5 hours too. Maybe only worth a couple seconds-luckily I ran a fresh cut motor !!

The pack I charged for the Main wouldnt fit-I couldnty close the battery door-lol. My only GP3300 pack that wouldnt fit.

Ray, PM me your tele again I lost it!!

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Old 04-27-2005, 08:25 AM   #4507
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Hello,

Is it possible for someone that has the Los3018 thrust to provide me the following details?

thickness
total diameter
inner hole diameter
of the plates/washers

Thank you

Nick
why? need it for your xray? I have had several guys with X-rays come in looking for replacement for the Thrust balls w/race. The Duratrax Trust balls for the Nitro evader seam to work fine, but did not get a chance to try the JRXS balls w/race, but It does look very close in size to the xray......
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Old 04-27-2005, 09:19 AM   #4508
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is there a spring kit out for this car ?
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Old 04-27-2005, 10:12 AM   #4509
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Todd,

For stock/foam racing-whats the lowest rear toe in youd recommend and how to achieve it?

In other words-0-deg pivot blocks and 1-degree hubs

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2 degre pivot blacks and say 1-degree hubs on backwards.


I am leaning towards less inboard toe in and put it on the hubs. Makes car more aggressive???
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why? need it for your xray? I have had several guys with X-rays come in looking for replacement for the Thrust balls w/race. The Duratrax Trust balls for the Nitro evader seam to work fine, but did not get a chance to try the JRXS balls w/race, but It does look very close in size to the xray......
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XRay's are very expensive and I'm looking for an alternative!
If you can measure them it would be nice (the whole xray community will thank you )

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This sucks I just buy the jrxs and a week later my local track closes.
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This sucks I just buy the jrxs and a week later my local track closes.
OH-dude-that really, really sucks!! YOU can do what I did a few years ago-go on sight acquisition trips and start calling for any property you see and see what you can do.

Some landlords are desperate and some understanding to the needs of a non-for profit club or group looking to rent some space for a track.

Also see if the old woners will sell there carpet and/or scoring system cheap.

YOu can do it-I did.
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XRay's are very expensive and I'm looking for an alternative!
If you can measure them it would be nice (the whole xray community will thank you )

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The Corally thrust are a direct fit for the x-rays! If you can get them in your area.
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How far out do you have to space the front shocks top and bottom to run the number 1 hole inside on the tower? So that it does not rub.

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