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Old 03-20-2013, 01:46 AM   #181
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I think E4RS II Evo

It's not definitely defined, but it seems that an upgrade kit would be also available.
great news, I hope in upgrade kit
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Old 04-08-2013, 08:50 PM   #182
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Anyone know any other top decks that fit this car?
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Old 04-08-2013, 10:57 PM   #183
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Anyone know any other top decks that fit this car?
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Team Magic 2mm
Kfactory 2.3mm
Kfactory 2.5mm

That's all
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Team Magic 2mm
Kfactory 2.3mm
Kfactory 2.5mm

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Great - any suggestion on where in North America these items are available? (The K Factory versions)
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Hello

As Amain Hobbies sell the E4RS II in USA, they are probably able to order Kfactory parts (Kfactory is a brand of Team Magic)
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hi,
just picked up an E4RSII roller. It has 104t spur, what size pinion should be run in this as a good basis. I tried my 39t pinion out of my Cyclone in the E4RSII, and the pinion was rubbing on the top deck. Motor is 3300KV
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3300KV motor sounds like a 10.5T.
What do you want to run then?
Blinky?
Boost and turbo?
This is a bit little information to determin what FDR you want to run.
If it is blinky, start with 5.5 on a medium size track.
If you want to run boost then go up to FDR 6 and start driving the car and temp the motor after 2 or 3 minutes of running.
I have run the E4RS(old one) with a FDR of 7.5 with a 13.5 full open with turbo and timing.
Did go like a rocket and temps of motor where in the 75 degrees celcius range.

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just picked up an E4RSII roller. It has 104t spur, what size pinion should be run in this as a good basis. I tried my 39t pinion out of my Cyclone in the E4RSII, and the pinion was rubbing on the top deck. Motor is 3300KV
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I have been racing my ERSII boosted for a while know. The FDR you should be looking for is around 6.81 to 6.18 on 10.5T depending on your track size and configuration. I do recommend to have 0 timming on the motor, specially on the Trinity Epic 3.5. I have raced with the SP MMM motors with the standard timming (11-20 degrees) with great results. The max temp recorded was 165 F degrees, which in race (and very hot weather) conditions is doable.

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just picked up an E4RSII roller. It has 104t spur, what size pinion should be run in this as a good basis. I tried my 39t pinion out of my Cyclone in the E4RSII, and the pinion was rubbing on the top deck. Motor is 3300KV
If your pinion is in contact with the top deck, it's a problem of pinion width. I use GreenRC pinions, which are standard size one (like Xray, RW and many other brands), and it simply pass on the center of the upper deck, without problem.
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Team Magic 2mm
Kfactory 2.3mm
Kfactory 2.5mm

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I have just found through luck that the XRay T3 top deck is a perfect match as long as you add a 0.5mm shim under where the screws mount to the bulkheads.
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Is there a trick to installing the bone blades on the axles without breaking them?
Is there a better blade that fits from another manufacturer?
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Is there a trick to installing the bone blades on the axles without breaking them?
Is there a better blade that fits from another manufacturer?
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Yes, the material is extremely hard, so it's difficult to insert them.

Here is my method:

1. Insert the pin on the first hole
2. Heat the center of the blade with a lighter
3. Insert the pin on the second hole (with a long nose plier)
4. Heat the center of the blade to make it perfectly curved arround the ball
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Yes, the material is extremely hard, so it's difficult to insert them.

Here is my method:

1. Insert the pin on the first hole
2. Heat the center of the blade with a lighter
3. Insert the pin on the second hole (with a long nose plier)
4. Heat the center of the blade to make it perfectly curved arround the ball
Thanks. That worked but sucks they made them so hard.
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What brand spur gear fits well? I have some old ones that fit but can't remember who made them.
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Thanks. That worked but sucks they made them so hard.
We asked for HARD blades due to high power modified motors... it's hard to insert the blade, but you will "never" destroy your aluminium outdrives due to a broken blade.

Xray blades will also fit.
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