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Old 02-06-2005, 09:26 AM   #1
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Is anyone willing to post some pics of their cars so that I can get a good idea of how to set mine up? I'm new to 1/10 electric. I use to drive a G4 1/10 nitro comparable to a Kyosho v one rr.

I'm looking for hints on body cuts for cooling internals and electronic layouts for saddle packs. and just looking to see some really cool cars.
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heres my t1r (not anymore) with saddle packs.. i dont have any cooling holes.unless you count the holes under the battery and motor? but most chassis already have that
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heres my t1r (not anymore) with saddle packs.. i dont have any cooling holes.unless you count the holes under the battery and motor? but most chassis already have that
Cool.

Any other pictures? Larger perhaps?
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Old 02-06-2005, 10:35 AM   #4
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i got a blue TC3 it aint got any additional cooling slots etc just very blue but its a cool car soon to be even bluer ( blue warpspeed D1 conversion )
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heres my mi2 from the start of the outdoor season which was about june
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well all i have is my webcam right now so ask me an angle you want and ill post i guess.
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whoops. that wasnt the right pic.
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heres my mi2 from the start of the outdoor season which was about june
Niice. Looks really balanced. I'm guessing those are corally style connectors? Is it hard to solder those on? Can you still use a single cell discharger without desoldering the connector?

Do you have a picture of your body?
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here is a layout for 3X3 batteries.
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my gold xray
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there is no reciever in the pic, but it sits next to the esc.
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ok, here is a new pic of my car. i put on the team tamale aluminum c hubs, and bmi shock towers. and the reciever. it is ready to run.
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here is a layout for 3X3 batteries.
Dang you guys got some clean rides. John do you use a fail safe? Is that your transponder mounted on the side of the servo? That look like an easy place to put it. Have you ever though about putting it near the front bumper?
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hey david...i send you a pm...get on msn
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dado11g, where do you get a gold chassis? Is that just for looks or does it actually improve the handling?
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