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Old 06-15-2005, 11:36 PM   #6031
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I'll take the adapter. e-mail me
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Old 06-15-2005, 11:49 PM   #6032
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It's the same size as what comes with the car, but much different. When using the PRS adapter you will not be able to use the spur that comes in the kit. Keep that 128 from PRS. You will need it.
I think BK is wanting to run 48 pitch and thats why he needs the adapter. If memory serves me correctly.

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Old 06-16-2005, 06:08 AM   #6033
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So what effect does changing what is above the bladder have on handling as well as having one or two o-rings on the shock shaft. I'm guessing it has to do with rebound, but how does more or less rebound affect the car?
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Old 06-16-2005, 08:12 AM   #6034
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So what effect does changing what is above the bladder have on handling as well as having one or two o-rings on the shock shaft. I'm guessing it has to do with rebound, but how does more or less rebound affect the car?
More rebound will help the car transition quicker. If the rebound is too light the car will be changing directions faster than the shocks can keep up( sort of ).

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Old 06-16-2005, 08:41 AM   #6035
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RBLove: I hate 64 pitch gears with a passion. No good experiences with them

Intelligentsia: I'm not selling the adaptor, I'm selling the spur

Spur Gear is getting shipped back out to someone once I get it
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Old 06-16-2005, 08:56 AM   #6036
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Intelligentsia: I'm not selling the adaptor, I'm selling the spur
O know that you are not selling the adapter. I already have it and want the spur gear. Let me know.
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Old 06-16-2005, 09:06 AM   #6037
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Todd and crew,

When setting up the steering on the JRXS-is it best to make sure the servo horn is vertical-or that the swing plate is centered perfectly? Or both?

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Old 06-16-2005, 09:54 AM   #6038
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who carries the new battery trays? i've heard some people are already getting theirs

btw... i've noticed that the ib3600's fit with no problems, any one else try them?
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who carries the new battery trays? i've heard some people are already getting theirs

btw... i've noticed that the ib3600's fit with no problems, any one else try them?
The IB3600 is no larger in diameter than a GP3300 so they do fit very well. Also-the IB3800's fits fine too. I ran them the other night. I am using my plastic battery tray too-but of course its heavily dremeled to make it work.
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Trays are available for sale. I picked mine up yesterday at my LHS. They ordered 5 in once we got the part number and we got all five. They are just as light if not lighter then the plastic one, incase you are worried about weight. The GP 37's fit great now and this is on my chassis that I never dremmeled the rear slot!! Anyone got the dimensions for the BK bars? I want to make a set for myself and can't find that info. Yes I know I could search, but I admit, I'm lazy!!
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The IB3600 is no larger in diameter than a GP3300 so they do fit very well. Also-the IB3800's fits fine too. I ran them the other night. I am using my plastic battery tray too-but of course its heavily dremeled to make it work.

any problems fitting 3300's back into that dremeled tray?
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Not at all-out of laziness I use the dremeled tray for GP3300, IB3600, IB3800. But i have a undremeled one too as thye are less than $4 a pop.

The smaller batteries move up and down a smidge now-but trust me-its not in any danger of coming out. If Ihad my car here-I'd shoot a pic. I'll try and do that tomorrow.
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i was thinking about doing the same: dremeling a tray and keeping an extra one for the smaller cells.
thanks for the help.
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i was thinking about doing the same: dremeling a tray and keeping an extra one for the smaller cells.
thanks for the help.

N/p-though I will be switching over to the aluminum tray soon. The spacing between cells will be correct then.
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O know that you are not selling the adapter. I already have it and want the spur gear. Let me know.
Sorry Intelligentsia, Already spoken for

I thought you were just the micro car guy. Cool to see you here too
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