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Old 04-03-2006, 11:36 PM   #4861
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I was wondering if i can plug a motor fan directly to the receiver 3rd channel? Thanks in advance.
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Old 04-04-2006, 03:29 AM   #4862
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I was wondering if i can plug a motor fan directly to the receiver 3rd channel? Thanks in advance.
I did, it's working, but I suggest to steal power directly from battery instead loading more loads on BEC and ESC wire. Another reason is 5V ( BEC Volt output ) vs 7.2V ( battery )
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Alright fellas the day is finally here and I figured I'll hit up my Yokomo brethen - Gotta make room, have too much stuff and since I haven't touched the BD all winter it's the first to go Oh well ... I'll post pics and descriptions later but just so you know it's a 3mm lower/upper deck car. To be continued...
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Old 04-05-2006, 02:50 AM   #4864
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Alright fellas the day is finally here and I figured I'll hit up my Yokomo brethen - Gotta make room, have too much stuff and since I haven't touched the BD all winter it's the first to go Oh well ... I'll post pics and descriptions later but just so you know it's a 3mm lower/upper deck car. To be continued...
jaybee!!! did you see the note i left for you at SIR? thanks for letting me use your pit bro.
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Old 04-05-2006, 09:38 AM   #4865
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jaybee!!! did you see the note i left for you at SIR? thanks for letting me use your pit bro.
Yes I did you ol' sly fox That was hilarious Too bad you won't get to use it next year though... 'cause I'll be in it running with you (as I put my hands on my hips and let out a He-man laugh )
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Old 04-05-2006, 04:33 PM   #4866
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running on carpet with rubber my car is very good . got a very good setup. just came back from meeting after qualifying in A final 7 secs in front of everyone. only fault is under very slow corners such as 180 etc it wants to swap ends. not as if im going into fast either. goes into the corner fine then mid corner wooop back end goes. any idea what would cause this.. the car spot on everywhere else check tweak etc all spot on.
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Old 04-05-2006, 05:06 PM   #4867
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Alright fellas the day is finally here and I figured I'll hit up my Yokomo brethen - Gotta make room, have too much stuff and since I haven't touched the BD all winter it's the first to go Oh well ... I'll post pics and descriptions later but just so you know it's a 3mm lower/upper deck car. To be continued...
Here's a pic; I'll get to the details later
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Old 04-05-2006, 06:44 PM   #4868
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jaybee... if this car looks as good as your lathe. you'll sell it in no time!

for those interested... jaybee was kind enough to lend me his lathe over the weekend and i could have sworn it was brand new. he takes care of his stuff. purchase with confidence!
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jaybee's stuff is top notch... since i got his pro4....

if i got the money.. i would buy it...

you got any parts to part out??

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my BD does the same also, I can sometimes control a semi-power slide with it at other times it just want to kick out. Wish i could make it stick like some of the the other carpet cars, but other than that the car is flawless.

Have you tried different tires in the rear?


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Killer car body, got to give ya props on that color scheme.
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Old 04-05-2006, 10:26 PM   #4871
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jaybee... if this car looks as good as your lathe. you'll sell it in no time!

for those interested... jaybee was kind enough to lend me his lathe over the weekend and i could have sworn it was brand new. he takes care of his stuff. purchase with confidence!
Thanks Chris & you're welcome...can't wait for Vegas buddy

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jaybee's stuff is top notch... since i got his pro4....

if i got the money.. i would buy it...

you got any parts to part out??

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Believe me when I say this... I have ALLOOOTTT of parts. I just wanna stay away from the dozens of small requests. I wanna get rid of the stuff bunches at a time

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Killer car body, got to give ya props on that color scheme.
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JayBee, you got PM...
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Old 04-06-2006, 02:02 AM   #4873
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Is the MR4TC (non-shaft drive) back in style? Sorry I have been away since August. Last I knew, MR4TC SD was the way that everyone seemed to be going.

I have a couple of MR4TCs that are belt driven, including one SSG, and probably about 700 to 1000 in spare parts (retail price). Worth hanging onto, or is the new MR4TC-BD something way the heck different?

Thanks for any information that will bring me back up to speed!
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my BD does the same also, I can sometimes control a semi-power slide with it at other times it just want to kick out. Wish i could make it stick like some of the the other carpet cars, but other than that the car is flawless.
i had a similar problem when i had my BD (a long time ago...in a galaxy far far away ). i added more rear toe in...and removed some rear droop.
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jaybee...

a LOT of parts.... let me know what you have.. i might take a bounch!!!!

Thanks,

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