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Old 10-11-2005, 10:19 PM   #1
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My old Street Weapon IWC has been sitting on the shelf for years. (Still in pretty good shape, 80% new). I thought I could just get it back to running again. Then I realized all the belts were decomposed into crumbs of rubber. After weeks of searching, I also found out that Team Losi has discontinued the production for the Street Weapon rear belt. I notice the new JRS-X has a drive belt of 330mm (Compare to SW's 336mm). I wonder if that would help me solve the problem. Has anyone encounter the same situation? Who might give me a little advice?


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heres a 336mm belt i found for a Losi doing a search

dunno if its the same one though

http://www.ehobbies.com/1002-8279.html

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Dear all,
My old Street Weapon IWC has been sitting on the shelf for years. (Still in pretty good shape, 80% new). I thought I could just get it back to running again. Then I realized all the belts were decomposed into crumbs of rubber. After weeks of searching, I also found out that Team Losi has discontinued the production for the Street Weapon rear belt. I notice the new JRS-X has a drive belt of 330mm (Compare to SW's 336mm). I wonder if that would help me solve the problem. Has anyone encounter the same situation? Who might give me a little advice?


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They have it listed on the site as LOSA3203 for the Street Weapon the XX-4 I think runs that belt as well.
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Old 10-12-2005, 07:29 AM   #4
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The xx4 and streetweapon uses different length rear belts. The front and side belts are the same.
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Old 10-12-2005, 07:56 AM   #5
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Thank you all for the info's. The correct item # should be 3203 or 3204. I also read that xx-4 and Street Weapon have different chassis length. So the xx-4 belt won't cut it.
Anyhow, I wonder if the gear-pitch's are the same for all LOSI belt? If so, I believe the JSR-X could do the job.

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has anybody found any more of the rear belts for the street weapon???? No where to be found!!!
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Old 12-15-2007, 08:55 AM   #7
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Dear all,
My old Street Weapon IWC has been sitting on the shelf for years. (Still in pretty good shape, 80% new). I thought I could just get it back to running again. Then I realized all the belts were decomposed into crumbs of rubber. After weeks of searching, I also found out that Team Losi has discontinued the production for the Street Weapon rear belt. I notice the new JRS-X has a drive belt of 330mm (Compare to SW's 336mm). I wonder if that would help me solve the problem. Has anyone encounter the same situation? Who might give me a little advice?


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the r/c belts are 3MR pitch so you need a 112t belt , this one is pretty close to it http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXAYS2&P=7

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Old 12-15-2007, 08:59 AM   #8
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you can get them made here

http://beltcorp.thomasnet.com/item/i...36-3m?&seo=110

there is a company here in Tampa that I ordered custom belts before, it cost me like $15.00 or so
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Old 12-15-2007, 09:27 AM   #9
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Stormer still has some SW parts, like chassis, rear towers, etc. No belts though.


http://www.stormerhobbies.com/cgi-bi...e=&man=&page=0
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http://www.dismodel.com/catalogo.asp...at=&cod=&desc= they have one but you will need to speak spanish
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Just picked up a used street weapon, came with two rear belts, "phew" but I need to pick up a front belt. fortunetley they're stil available. I am wondering if a longer belt could be substituted for the rear belt, if you moded in a belt tensioner like on my RDX. Would require cutting into the tunnel but hey
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Check rcslot.com, looks like they have them.
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still looking for one rear belt desperatly all the way from Hong Kong....
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They have em just got one here is the link. http://www.rcslot.com/mm5/merchant.m...w=&range_high=
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