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Old 02-06-2005, 10:09 PM   #46
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very uhh attractive lol. personally i like the pro2 better. but thats why i have an xray now lol. but it looks nice.
and i just noticed. the air duct. does that really help? cuz its really not hard to make. but i dont have a heatsink on my motor either. nor can i get one on if i tried. hmm
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do you get any glitch with the electronic all to near?
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Old 02-07-2005, 12:56 AM   #48
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People thank you for the nice comments.

Aggdaddy - Yep, that is my transponder on the side of the servo. I just prefer to have it on that side instead upfront, just to avoid making a mess with wires.

Apart from good looks it is also an extremely capable car. You can check my report of the most recent race I took part in:
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John, a little off topic but I notice you're running that low profile Futaba Servo. What model number is that and how do you like it? I'm thinking that maybe a nice fit in the Mi2.
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Old 02-07-2005, 01:48 AM   #49
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Here is a pic of my tc3....it is just a stock class racer....all plastic....no graphite yet.
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John, a little off topic but I notice you're running that low profile Futaba Servo. What model number is that and how do you like it? I'm thinking that maybe a nice fit in the Mi2.
I like this servo very much. Its quite tough, centers perfectly everytime and quick.

FUTM0250 S9550 Hi Speed Low Profile Metal Gear 67/.14 83/.11 Dual 1.6 x 0.8 x 1.0 1.60

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do you get any glitch with the electronic all to near?
Nope. I never have glitch with ko.
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Its not high Tech chassis improvent its still normal no dremel anywhere. i think it looks sweet though thats all that matters to me

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Heres my Yokomo SD with the Rayspeed Upgrade....
Althoug h the ervo has been upgraded to the KO 2343 but the Futaba S9550 is also nice.
Thanks for looking.
Here is what is in it.
Team Paradigm Monster Stock
GM Racing SX12 ESC
KO 302f Receiver soon to be replaced with a Spektrum as soon as it is released.
Futaba S9550 servo but as stated above it has been upgraded.
Let me kow what you think I tried to make it look clean.

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here is mine
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Paz- dooes that aluminum steering rack bind up like the stock one?
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racing carpet the bearings are as smooth now as they were when i got em and it doesnt bind at all, also it doesnt bend and warp shape like my plastic and graphite ones did a good investment.
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would you suggest I place the Rx on top of the servo?
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would you suggest I place the Rx on top of the servo?
why would you want to do that ?
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why would you want to do that ?
is it bad to put Rx on top of servo?
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