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Old 12-28-2005, 07:56 AM   #1
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Default DO CORALLY OR YOKOMO PLASTIC BATTERY TRAYS FIT 3800

IF SO WHAT TOURING CARS CAN YOU FIT THEM BESIDES THE OBVIOUS
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IF SO WHAT TOURING CARS CAN YOU FIT THEM BESIDES THE OBVIOUS
I know Yokomo trays do.
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I may be incorrect but I think that the RDX was the first car to come with a chassis that accepted the larger cells.

The cars that I know for a fact that will accept IB3800's as I have these cars and all I run are the IB3800's:

RDX - Yes
FT TC4 - Yes

The cars I listed above needed no special modification for the cells to fit perfectly.

I've seen the larger cells in X-Rays and the JXR-S, although I cannot say whether or not any modification was needed for them to fit.
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The slots in the FT TC4 chassis actually fit 3800's way better then 3300's. At least that was my experience.

I've seen most every belt car at my local track with 3800's in it. The only car I hear that requires a special tray is the Losi JRXS.
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3800's fit like a glove in the Yoke BD chassis too...
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i have an older car and instead of trimming the chassie down i want to retrofit the trays
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