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Old 10-15-2005, 11:24 AM   #8326
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Here is what is on the Losi site for a sample wireing layout.


HHMMMMMMM!!!!!!! That's exactly how I have mine set up, but have noted that one of the losi boy's over here had turned the servo over so the wire came out to the left avoiding the belt and placing the receiver on the same side as the speedo as pictured, but don't seem to see a Cool-Can-Fan
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Old 10-15-2005, 11:41 AM   #8327
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JRX-S Bill Thanks I did just that.

Also I am sure this has been asked before but what do I need to build a Spool for the front of my car?

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Old 10-15-2005, 12:19 PM   #8328
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JRX-S Bill Thanks I did just that.

Also I am sure this has been asked before but what do I need to build a Spool for the front of my car?

Thanks Tracey
use some 150 sand paper cut to the same external size of your diff rings and a hole in the midle of them to go over the pulley collar, hope this makes sence
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Old 10-15-2005, 03:59 PM   #8329
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I have a gearing question.. I was useing a monster stock motor and had it geared perfectly with a 128\26 for my local track. Now I switched motors to an epic roar stock motor and I cant seem to find the right gearing for it? Can anyone help in witch direction I should be going(up or down)? Thanks for any help....

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Old 10-15-2005, 05:11 PM   #8330
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I have a gearing question.. I was useing a monster stock motor and had it geared perfectly with a 128\26 for my local track. Now I switched motors to an epic roar stock motor and I cant seem to find the right gearing for it? Can anyone help in witch direction I should be going(up or down)? Thanks for any help....

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A 26 seems very VERY small for a mosnter, maybe you mean 36 or run on a really tight track? Anyways i usually gear a roar 2 teeth less then a monster.

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i have a 28 on mine and ...is your track about 75 foot long straight?
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Old 10-15-2005, 05:57 PM   #8332
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Has the Losi JRX-S changed? I saw how the Losi crew was running the rear engine version at the nats. Is this a better set-up for the car?
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i have a 28 on mine and ...is your track about 75 foot long straight?
110 foot

I have run at smaller tracks, like 65foot, and still ran a 32. I must just like to gear hard.
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Old 10-15-2005, 08:13 PM   #8334
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Here is what is on the Losi site for a sample wireing layout.

mine is kind of like that, but my battery posotive is in the front, o well still looks pretty
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Ya I think they are coming out with a new one but I would like to know when
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Come on a 3 layered deck? It screams tweak machine to me. The centered mass design doesn't make a difference anyway. The chassis has to be wider, which makes it hard to fit electronics on it. I use to be a Losi sedan fan. It's just not worth it, but that's just my opinion.
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Old 10-15-2005, 10:27 PM   #8337
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The "new" one looks just like a old car i once drove, pro3 anyone lol
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Has the Losi JRX-S changed? I saw how the Losi crew was running the rear engine version at the nats. Is this a better set-up for the car?
is ford better then chevy

Honda better then Toyota?

It's going to be a matter of opinion no matter who you ask.
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Yes I run on a very small carpet track with foam tires. I think the dimentions are 36 by 60.... but overall an epic roar stock should be 2 or so teeth less than a monster... Thanks
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Old 10-16-2005, 09:33 AM   #8340
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