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Old 02-13-2005, 06:38 PM   #181
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wow gtxs are really tiny lol. i had so much trouble trying to fit my sr and big standard futaba reciever on my t1r tub lol. it seems as if you have space to spare
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Old 02-13-2005, 08:31 PM   #182
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Yep. Tiny electronics. Amazing stuff. If you ahve seen the T1fk05. I think this combination is necessary. The chassis is so small.
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Old 02-13-2005, 09:03 PM   #183
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lol yea. definitly thought about that. another reason im looking for a cheap q2. and for my reciever.. ima gonna hafta get a transmitter first lol
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Old 02-14-2005, 11:02 AM   #184
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check it out

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Old 02-14-2005, 11:04 AM   #186
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oops sorry about the 2 piccys
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Old 02-14-2005, 11:46 AM   #187
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everything is very pretty on there, but you need to wire it neater, shorter wires and neatly tie up the servo and esc wires going to the reciever

that warpspeed chassis is hot tho
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Paz nice TC3 and more blue than any other I have seen! I see you finally got that chassis! I take it that is the Warpspeed one? Who else makes that chassis for the TC3, BMI, Associated and Warpspeed the only ones? Will the aluminum parts cause the chassis to break first in a crash?
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primusblowsgoat- yea that was taken just after i built the chassis, im gonna tidy it up tomoz.

gene465- cheers, yea its the warpspeed D1
but i got more blue on order lol, err theres BMI, IRS, warpspeed D1+D2 not sure bout any others

Although it looks all ally there are plastic parts to create "weak spots" so if i do have a nasty crash they will break. Mainly the hinge pin holders. Ive never broken any other ally parts since May last year, although i did bend a C- hub after a really nasty open end of plastic pipe crash
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person with the yokomo cgm, do u have problems with ur diff skrews
If you are refferring to me then, no. the car is bulletproof. I've taken my stock motors apart more often then diffs. My diffs have seen 6 months of tuesday racing without a rebuild. should probably do it soon as the diff is starting to feel gritty
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