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Old 10-27-2011, 12:28 PM
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Default Ofna DM-1 Spec Electric 1/8 Gt OnRoad

Coming soon , check it out - http://www.nitrohouse.com/p24575/OFN...duct_info.html





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Old 10-27-2011, 01:37 PM
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wow that looks great!
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Snr please make some nice cf for this if the older dm1 stuff doesn't fit.
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Snr please make some nice cf for this if the older dm1 stuff doesn't fit.
Im sure everything should fit, the motor mount comes from a nexx, the chassis might be specific,battery tray looks like the ofna ultra one
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Old 11-19-2011, 10:12 AM
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Mines already been shipped. Tower had them for about an hour yesterday, it says mid Dec now. I want to get this thing to 100. My kyosho gt2 only saw 85. I can't wait !
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anyone know if i can fit a 25t pinion or higher on here without modification? to me the motor mount looks non adjustable?
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anyone know if i can fit a 25t pinion or higher on here without modification? to me the motor mount looks non adjustable?
Probably wont fit, the motor mount slides to adjust it but not much meat to move over to widen.
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Old 11-21-2011, 07:26 AM
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Probably wont fit, the motor mount slides to adjust it but not much meat to move over to widen.
good info you answered my question i was going to order saved me the head ache!
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good info you answered my question i was going to order saved me the head ache!
You probably could mod the mount to allow the motor mount screws to slide,and plus doing that to the chassis allow you to go up? ofna/nitrohouse only list a 17 as the highest option?, though they have a 47 center spur, but thats on a center spool , no diff which is kinda dumb,they advertise around a track car not a drag car?
until someone post what kinda of center diff and lowest spur you can run with the highest pinion count, I am gonna hold off
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i really hope the 25t at least fits. the whole reason i ordered this was for speed runs! any one else have an idea?
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i really hope the 25t at least fits. the whole reason i ordered this was for speed runs! any one else have an idea?
Since it uses the 2speed style gear holder,I dont see why you cannot run the 44t spur? But I dont think the 25t is gonna fit without some modding, elongating the chassis plus the mount itself to slide the motor on the mount might get you somewhere in the 20s but not sure about 25, lets us know
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Just received my dm1 spec e today. Also picked up a 45t spur (smallest they had at my lhs). It comes with a 49t stock. As soon as i find out what pinion fits i will let you guys know.
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Originally Posted by boostin250x View Post
Just received my dm1 spec e today. Also picked up a 45t spur (smallest they had at my lhs). It comes with a 49t stock. As soon as i find out what pinion fits i will let you guys know.

I already look at it, 47t is the lowest that it will fit. You will have to modify the gear holder to make it fit 44t.

All the towers and parts that I make for the DM1 nitro will fit this car and I will be making a chassis for the electric, just contact me if you want one.

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