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Old 11-02-2011, 09:48 PM   #136
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Looks like the rear pivot is holding the battery in place

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Just received the upgrade kit today.

Still need that optional top deck piece to do the in-line setup...Dang!
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What is holding the in-line pack in place towards the rear?

Cannot tell from the picture.

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I'm using the standard batteries block to push pack forward
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Old 11-03-2011, 03:40 PM   #139
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Small edit to inline setup
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Old 11-03-2011, 03:47 PM   #140
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What rollout and settings did you run on your Tekin kenny?
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What rollout and settings did you run on your Tekin kenny?
Rollout really depends on track size and Tekin setup pretty standard 212 blinky
drag 0
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profile throttle 5
timing profile 1
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What rollout and settings did you run on your Tekin kenny?
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I'm using the standard batteries block to push pack forward
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hi guys,

just a short question to the pros: which tools are needed to build the carpet knife?

I found the following but im not sure if this is correct:

1/20; 1/16; 3/32

3/16; 11/32

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Rollout really depends on track size and Tekin setup pretty standard 212 blinky
drag 0
push0
profile throttle 5
timing profile 1
limit 0
brakes 85
rev0
blfw
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hi guys,

just a short question to the pros: which tools are needed to build the carpet knife?

I found the following but im not sure if this is correct:

1/20; 1/16; 3/32

3/16; 11/32

Thank you and best regards!
We include allen keys in the kit.

It comes with .050 (1/20), 1/16, 5/64 (2mm), 3/32, 2.5mm (motor screws) and .035.

The two nut drivers needed are 3/16 and 11/32.

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We include allen keys in the kit.

It comes with .050 (1/20), 1/16, 5/64 (2mm), 3/32, 2.5mm (motor screws) and .035.

The two nut drivers needed are 3/16 and 11/32.

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.035 What size hex is that used for?
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.035 What size hex is that used for?
We use the smallest Allen key for the set screws inside the damper tubes
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Thanks for all the car and Tekin onfo, much appreciated!
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