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Old 03-23-2005, 04:00 PM   #886
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oh...forgot to say where to buy it. $380 @ Allspeed Hobbies
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Old 03-23-2005, 04:46 PM   #887
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Where? Sheldon's?
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Old 03-23-2005, 05:18 PM   #888
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Does anyone know if the C-Hubs (caster blocks) from the fk04 will fit the fk05?
C-hubs to my knowledge have not changed since the Evo 2 and maybe even before that.
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Old 03-23-2005, 05:25 PM   #889
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Does anyone know if the rayspeed, and yokomo springs will fit on the xray 05?

Did anybody else get their kits today?
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Old 03-23-2005, 05:28 PM   #890
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C-hubs to my knowledge have not changed since the Evo 2 and maybe even before that.
C-hubs came out on theEvo2 FOC I believe...ant then the T1R and T1M around the same time...

The original T1 and T1 Evo2 where PB
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Old 03-23-2005, 05:33 PM   #891
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I just Recently purchased a Xray T1FK 2005 touring car. This is my first Xray. I plan to run stock with this car with the 84 spur what pinion should I use for a Trinity monster horespower stock motor? I currently run on a medium sized asphalt track with rubber tires any help would be greatly appreciated.
Well, you really need to be asking what final drive ratio you should be running, and for that motor, the guys here that run them are around a 7.3-7.6. To find that out, you take the Spur gear number of teeth, then divide it by the number of teeth on the pinion, then multiply by 1.7 (internal drive ratio).

So, (Spur/Pinion)*1.7=Final (S divided by P)times 1.7 equals F

Or if you know the final drive ratio and the spur you want to use, to find the pinion go:
Pinion=(Spur/Final)*1.7 (P equals (S divided by F)times 1.7)
Then round to the nearest whole number.
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Old 03-23-2005, 06:46 PM   #892
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Where? Sheldon's?
Sheldons usually has really good prices for their kits,
but the price I quoted was the original price at speedtechrc.
They may have gone up since the pre-order but I would e-mail them and ask what the price is.
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Old 03-23-2005, 07:38 PM   #893
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Well, you really need to be asking what final drive ratio you should be running, and for that motor, the guys here that run them are around a 7.3-7.6. To find that out, you take the Spur gear number of teeth, then divide it by the number of teeth on the pinion, then multiply by 1.7 (internal drive ratio).

So, (Spur/Pinion)*1.7=Final (S divided by P)times 1.7 equals F

Or if you know the final drive ratio and the spur you want to use, to find the pinion go:
Pinion=(Spur/Final)*1.7 (P equals (S divided by F)times 1.7)
Then round to the nearest whole number.
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Old 03-23-2005, 09:24 PM   #894
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I was just wondering how stiff the stock chassis and upper deck are. I know they are offering the optional 3mm chassis and wide upperdeck, but are the stock pieces stiff enough for carpet w/foams?
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Any one that has a FK05,,can you give me an idea if a Brushless system will fit with out mounting things up high...

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Any one that has a FK05,,can you give me an idea if a Brushless system will fit with out mounting things up high...

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Thanks for the reply,,,but I'm running the Novak system and it's pretty big. I don't think it will fit into the FK05.
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I was just wondering how stiff the stock chassis and upper deck are. I know they are offering the optional 3mm chassis and wide upperdeck, but are the stock pieces stiff enough for carpet w/foams?

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Opps

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OK yall, looking for help in electronics placement... I can't afford a fancy new tiny RX or ESC - LOL...

With the RX where it is, the transponder wire ain't long enough to reach, and I don't think the ESC is going to fit there - it is slammed against the RX wires on one side and right on the edge of the motor area on the other...

How bad is it to put the RX on top of the servo? What about moving the antenna? That would let me move everything forward, and might fix it.
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