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Old 10-21-2007, 02:18 PM   #2101
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But I would trully NEVER recommend a switch in a PRO car.
Agree with Darren, I never used switches in any of my nitro cars...
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Do you have any pics of your direct-connect harness and how its setup on the car?
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After the xray clutch was explained to me properly by one of the team drivers, the stock clutch works very well for my track. Some of the team drivers are using the square orion spring though, I have one but I haven't tried it yet. Unlike the other clutches, the weights really are supposed to be mounted with the pins through the holes.
I read that alot of people are using the Orion spring (square). Can someone tell me if the part number is #88680? If not, what is it? I'm not saying I think anything is wrong with the kit spring but it never hurts to try something new .....
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Here is a few pic of a car that is going to the nats. Saw that body from the worlds, just had to do something with it.
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Old 10-25-2007, 06:23 PM   #2107
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I read that alot of people are using the Orion spring (square). Can someone tell me if the part number is #88680? If not, what is it? I'm not saying I think anything is wrong with the kit spring but it never hurts to try something new .....
88680 is correct.
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Agree with Darren, I never used switches in any of my nitro cars...
A switch could be a weak link however the connector for the battery coming loose is going to give you the same effect.

I fly nitro helis also and over half of them have on/off switches, nitro everywhere, constant vibration and yes the occasional impact. The motors are constantly turning high rpm, never had any problem with any switches personally. Definitely easier and trustworthy to use.


What is the square spring supposed to do or not do?
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Old 10-25-2007, 08:45 PM   #2109
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Can some post pictures of with out a switch on the NT1?
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Do you have any pics of your direct-connect harness and how its setup on the car?
Dude, hey man. Sorry I didn't read your post sooner, I would have sent a pic. I found a pic of how the TM harness is used. It is VERY cool and works great. I will post more pics of my other cars to show you different ways. All of my nitro's are a direct connention! The picture isn't the best but will give you an idea. Sorry this is all I have for now, but gives you an idea. Will post more soon!
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Can some post pictures of with out a switch on the NT1?
My car is in pieces, but here is a pic from xray's website. Not the cleanest job, but you get the idea...
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Lemiux just set new TQ at Kissimmi
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Lemiux just set new TQ at Kissimmi
Who's Lemiux and where's Kissimmi??

Lemieux, Kissimmee
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Who's Lemiux and where's Kissimmi??

Lemieux, Kissimmee
Paul is an X Ray Factory driver, and Kissimmee is by Orlando, Florida.
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