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Old 10-16-2004, 06:57 PM   #1
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ny1 no the website were the guy tells and dispalys pictures on how u move the batts closer to the centerline,dremel batt slots,open up motor space so the motor stays cooler?ny info will be well appreciated!!


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Have you tried searching? I've seen this topic posted several times before with a link, you could try that.

As far as doing it, I've done it several times and honestly having pictures or seeing someone else do it really doesn't help much. If you know how to use a dremel, have a good assortment of bits and know how to use them, it's pretty self explainitory.

Myself I just use a cutting wheel and high speed cutter to remove the material and cut the battery slots. You just cut half the center channel out, extend the slots towards the middle, and chamfer them. I oversize them a little to move the batteries down as well as in.

It would be a much cleaner job if one had access to a drill press.
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Did you search or just bump your post?

It took an entire 45 seconds to find this, by searching.

http://www.mistercrash.ca/_themes/page_mod_tc3.htm

Google is still useful if you can't find it in the forums.
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on that site they have to pics of his tc3 being weighed with 1 scale! how do you do that, because i have one scale like that and i dont want to by 3 more?
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I use one scale to do scale my car. Here are some pics. The trick is making sure both surfaces are even and level.
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You can use paint sticks or any flat pieces for this. I made the lexan ones because I use them every week.
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