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Old 03-28-2005, 07:29 PM   #1186
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This site doesn't seem to work:

http://precisionracingsystems.com/browse

Are the 112 and 116 gears these?:

PRS64112PLO PRS 64 Pitch 112T PRO-LITE Oval Spur Gear
PRS64116PLO PRS 64 Pitch 116T PRO-LITE Oval Spur Gear
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Old 03-28-2005, 07:33 PM   #1187
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FYI got this Quote from a friend on the Corally RDX =(REAL DELICATE XRAY)
Funny, the news I've heard from the racers that own one around here is that the car is VERY sturdy as is, and almost tank like once a Rubberneck bumper is added... I've owned two Corally's before, and one word that never came to mind was "Delicate".

The locals also mentioned that they are very fast on carpet. And since Corally always seems to have their designs out first, its kinda hard to call them Xray's. CALM DOWN...CALM DOWN... (just a shot from a former Corallly owner who remembers the shots fired from each side when Xray first came out...ahhh...good times....goood times...)

In other news....

I must say I'm getting closer to becoming an Xray owner... I downloaded the manual today. (A usual routine for me with any car I'm considering...except the Losi since they haven't made it availible ) A very impressive manual indeed. I was determined to wait till the end of the month on Losi, so I will since it was my first choice. But after that....
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Old 03-28-2005, 07:36 PM   #1188
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what? a civic not good enough for you? lol
how is everyone finding space to mount their electronics? i dont have a fk05 but from the pics seems you might be VERY tight on space. i wanna see pics!
here you go...
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Old 03-28-2005, 07:37 PM   #1189
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Wow thats not much room,I have a KO so i know just how small that reciever really is.. Plus the KO speed controller is small,How much faster is the 05FK over the 04FK,I got a FK a while back put a BMI 350 chassis on it,Have yet to run it on carpet and the 05 comes out.. ..and you know the story..I want one..
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Old 03-28-2005, 07:38 PM   #1190
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=MisFitz= NuKe:Wow, that is tight. But no worse than some other cars I've seen...

And about the same as all these other 'narrow chassis' kits on the market.
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Old 03-28-2005, 07:41 PM   #1191
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Wow, that is tight. But no worse than some other cars I've seen...
Ya, but as you can see, I put all the wires in between the servo, Rx, and speedo,instead of say, wire tied on top of it all. the balance side to side with my electronics is very good. I am probably going to shorten the speedo wire, like I did to the servo wire.
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Old 03-28-2005, 07:41 PM   #1192
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Hey Mike does it glitch, with everything being that close?

Why isnt the precision website working?
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Ya, but as you can see, I put all the wires in between the servo, Rx, and speedo,instead of say, wire tied on top of it all. the balance side to side with my electronics is very good. I am probably going to shorten the speedo wire, like I did to the servo wire.
Yes, the wiring work there is very impressive. Its always cool to see when people have put alot of thought into wiring layout.

I've always thought of shortening the wires on stuff, but I always chicken out.
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Old 03-28-2005, 07:48 PM   #1194
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Hey Mike does it glitch, with everything being that close?

Why isnt the precision website working?
Hell no it doesn't glitch , I have never had glitching problems with my stuff, and I have never used any of those fancy magnets and what not, .
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Old 03-28-2005, 07:53 PM   #1195
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Funny, the news I've heard from the racers that own one around here is that the car is VERY sturdy as is, and almost tank like once a Rubberneck bumper is added... I've owned two Corally's before, and one word that never came to mind was "Delicate".

The locals also mentioned that they are very fast on carpet. And since Corally always seems to have their designs out first, its kinda hard to call them Xray's. CALM DOWN...CALM DOWN... (just a shot from a former Corallly owner who remembers the shots fired from each side when Xray first came out...ahhh...good times....goood times...)

In other news....

I must say I'm getting closer to becoming an Xray owner... I downloaded the manual today. (A usual routine for me with any car I'm considering...except the Losi since they haven't made it availible ) A very impressive manual indeed. I was determined to wait till the end of the month on Losi, so I will since it was my first choice. But after that....
It was a tough choice for me also booth cars look really awesome but it just came down to the lHS support on certain cars. & Corally is not one of them
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Old 03-28-2005, 08:12 PM   #1196
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We have some pretty good support for all the cars around here. But most of all, I have no problem ordering parts online. So when it comes time to get a car, local parts support has never been a determining factor for me.

If its supported great, if not, I carry a nice sized zip lock bag full of parts I figure will break.

After owning some of the most off the wall cars around, including an Academy STR-4pro , I can proudly say I've never been sent home early because of not having parts.
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if someone can post a pic of gtx and futaba hrs receiver it would be cool.

can you use front and rear sway's from fk04?
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Old 03-28-2005, 09:01 PM   #1198
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Anyone have a good use for the wheels and spur from the FK05? I won't use them. Someone pay shipping via paypal and they are yours.

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Anyone have a good use for the wheels and spur from the FK05? I won't use them. Someone pay shipping via paypal and they are yours.

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Make a "wheel-man" out of them.
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umm..no
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